Ram Jaane

Ram Jaane

Ram Jaane is arrested by a security guard after stealing cargo from a train with his best friend. He is shortly released and becomes one of the biggest hustlers in the city. After a deadly shootout, he is arrested by a corrupt police department and sent to jail again. After a few years of serving jail time, he goes back to the streets and to his friend's place. There he decides to help him raise the local kids in the area so they won't be corrupted by the streets. He quickly falls in love with a childhood girlfriend Bela (Juhi Chawla), but also goes back to his old ways.

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Brendan N (ag) wrote: My only concern is all the boxing movies that came out in 2016 lacked heart, this movie was much better then Hands of Stone, no debate. The cast is great but the kickoff doesn't setup the rest of the movies plot, you don't really care for the rehabilitation or return to the ring. The boxing scenes are well handled and the screw removal scene is near unwatchable. There is a lot of good in this film but fails to be great. The direction just isn't at the form of the actors and it's a shame, this could've been one of the better boxing movies based on the true story itself. The film just fails to deliver a strong character driven film, which it does attempt.

Jerem M (gb) wrote: Very good indie with a heart of gold. It's a bit like Mud in that it's seen through the eyes of a young boy who's trying to make sense if the world around him. The story is slow paced but effective. There are a couple of young actors here worth keeping an eye on for the future.

P D (ru) wrote: This is the movie Quetin Tarantino would make if he would could grow chest hair, and it even tops Tarantino's habit of including trivial sidestories for slice of life authenticity, in Zift they are actually part of the story and play a pivotal role in the plot. The beginning of the film starts with a real splash, like a cross between Kenny and Blues Brothers. Acting was top notch, especially Baharov, who makes the quirky but loyal prisoner come to life. It's got violence, sex, tattoos, feces fables and smoking Eastern European nurses. The B and W at first seems claustrophobic, but the richness of the characters and story easily compensate. Ranks up there in overall coolness with City of God. Must see for those who love foreign films with violence.

Tyler R (br) wrote: It was ok. The plot was basic and very predictable. The main draw of the movie was the excellent cast. But they can only do so much.

Laura F (mx) wrote: A pretty fun action / horror / comedy movie.I started watching it with 0 expectations, imagining it would be just another "Asylum / SyFy" type of movie, but got positively surprised.- The characters are pretty likable - you actually root FOR them, instead of against them as (at least I do) in most other "modern horror" films. They also don't act stupid - no "lets split up to cover more ground" or other bs like that;- It doesn't try to shove a "bogus pseudo-science" down our throats - you won't get a lot of explanations, but while watching it you simply won't care much about those anyways;- It manages to mix action, horror and humor in a successful way, not letting one spoil the others - the movie doesn't take itself too seriously and neither expect us to do that;- The actors are pretty convincing and in general the characters don't fall in the usual clichs;- The special effects / creatures are pretty ok - better than the ones you see in most movies like this.The only part that bugged me (no pun intended) was the ending, but I don't think it stops you from enjoying the movie.Summing up, Infestation is a pretty entertaining movie for horror flick fans.

Chad B (gb) wrote: Interesting movie. Loved all the roles, Benecio del toro, Halle Berry and David Duchovny. I saw this movie back when it came out but didn't remember all of it. It was great to re watch it.

Grant S (ag) wrote: Enjoyable...when it doesn't take itself too seriously.Vampire/werewolf/monster/whatever-hunter Van Helsing (played by Hugh Jackman) and his faithful sidekick Carl (played by David Wenham) go to Transylvania to track down Count Dracula (played by Richard Roxburgh). They end up in a town whose inhabitants are tormented by vampires. Among the town's leaders is a local vampire-fighter, Anna Valerius (Kate Beckinsale).Had heaps of potential...as a comedy. There are some great lines and funny scenes in the movie, and many of the them are thanks to Carl / David Wenham. Richard Roxburgh's great campy portrayal of Count Dracula is also wonderful - reminded me of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.However, the movie too frequently regards itself as a drama - even worse, an action-drama - and this is where it suffers. The dramatic plot is weak and the action scenes are dull and generic.So what you have are some great funny scenes interspersed with, and generally swamped by, dull action scenes. Very uneven.Overall, okay, but could have been so much better.

Todd M (gb) wrote: This movie got a lot of mixed reviews, but I really liked it. Then again, I like a lot of Asian Cinema. Hinano Yoshikawa was really cute.

Steve M (es) wrote: Excellent melodrama about illegal imigration...And fuck you to anyone who doesn't like this film or won't see it because of the pro illegal immigration in the film. I love Das Boot but don't like the Nazi party. I love Man Bites Dog but don't like Serial Killers (well on a curiosity and study level I do). You get the idea, put aside you beliefs and understand these people.

Shawn W (nl) wrote: Death tries to even the score with a woman who cheats it as the sole survivor of a plane crash. Liked the poster with the digital font. I'll remember this for the actress who does over 100 takes for a coffee commercial without getting it right.

Lanky Man P (au) wrote: The title is very misleading.

MariePier D (ru) wrote: I don't know what to think of it... That was weird, intensely weird, but it was brilliant in many other ways.

Kyle S (ag) wrote: Jackie Brown is Tarantino's most mature film that created a different atmosphere than his other work. He has proven time and time again that he can make excellent crime films and Jackie Brown is no exception. The film has a clever story, great acting, and Tarantino behind the camera.

Phil H (ca) wrote: The boys are back in town only its not a sequel but a prequel and we gonna see how Mike and Sulley became friends. Yep its back to school for this next adventure into the world of scaring.Mike is off to Monsters University to become a scarer, only problem is he's not very scary, but he's book smart, so he learns all he can on the art of scaring. Sulley is a bit of a jock and thanks to his privileged family background he has a good reputation and following. He's a good scarer and indeed scary but not so book smart, so in essence these guys need each other. Even more so after getting kicked off the scaring programme they must both work together with a team of nerds to win the scare games and get back into the scare programme (the word 'scare' is used by the bucket load in this).My initial thoughts on this were skeptical I admit, another prequel which seems to be the trend these days, why not a straight forward sequel. These thoughts were virtually obliterated as Mike jumps off the bus and enters into the Uni. Do I really need to talk about visuals here? one word...awesome! these animated films just get better and better. Everything just looks so damn real! the slimy monsters look slimy, the furry ones look perfectly furry, everything has such a solid realistic sense and weight about them its fantastic. The colours are bright, bold, vivid and gosh darn beautiful.On top of that the detail here is astounding, everywhere you look in each frame or scene there is something going on. Of course being set within a school there is plenty to create, plenty of visual gags, homages, in-jokes, parodies etc...the possibilities are pretty endless and sure enough its all covered here. Yeah sure a lot of it is cheesy and cliched, we've seen many of these high school-like pranks and party scenarios with jocks and dweebs before, its an old concept, but it all looks good enough to eat.Its actually pretty cool to see a very young Mike Wazowski, he looks so adorable, I really felt sorry for the little guy when he gets pushed around. Once he's grown up a bit and voiced by Crystal that cuteness falls by the wayside but never mind. I really liked all the other characters in the school, it must have been hard to create so many unique looking creatures, there are some that look a bit lame, a bit similar, a bit Dino-esque but in general a nice selection. The middle aged textile salesman monster Don Carlton was a great little creation although he does look somewhat like Mario. I really did like some of the fraternity monsters especially, the monster that looked like an eagle with horns and his mohawk/mullet-like hair. I also liked how they came up with stereotypical types of monsters which parody reality...the goth/emo kids, the girly cheerleader types, the porky kids, the poindexters etc...I REALLY liked the brief appearance of the scream can design teacher, like an overly hairy Muppet. It was also cool to see Randall back as for some reason I didn't expect to see this guy. So not only do we get to see how Mike and Sulley become friends we also see how Randall comes to hate Sulley.The scare games predictably do go the way you know they're gonna go, but the finale scaredown is cool and fun to watch. What I liked is the actual ending to the film doesn't play out as you'd expect, there is a little twist and the good guys don't totally win in every way you'd expect them too...which is cool.There are absolutely tonnes of good morals, good values and good lessons to be learnt in this film, a great motivational spirit lifter for all ages (especially the younger gen of course). Maybe a little bit more for the kids this time but still thoroughly entertaining, the perfect underdog story, or should that be undermonster? zing!

Valerie P (gb) wrote: My daughter purchased this movie on DVD when we were visiting family in the US. I had never heard of it, as it had never made an appearance here in England. Now I have to wonder if it was released straight to DVD even in America because it hasn't had many reviews or sparked much attention on the internet. I can easily see why Ribbit failed to create much of a hubbub. I am struggling to recall any scenes that made an impression. It seemed to pass me by in a some technicolor blur of frog-legs and flying squirrels. I can remember chuckling at Deepak, the Indian-voiced bat. I also remember being very irritated that the main character, Ribbit, was portrayed with teeth. This was most confusing to my kids, who are both quite aware that frogs have no teeth in reality. The synopsis is simply that Ribbit wants to find others of his kind. He doesn't believe that he is meant to be in the rain forest, and so he sets off with his friend/love interest, Sandy the Flying Squirrel, to find himself. It's as weird as it sounds. I have, however, seen much worse. I wasn't surprised to find that Tim Curry was involved, but I'm a bit surprised at Sean Astin. Perhaps he's just really fond of frogs (with teeth).

Jerem M (ca) wrote: Director Marc Forster has had an up (Monster's Ball) and down (Stranger than Fiction) track record. This one is definitely on the downslope. Loaded with talent both on the screen and behind it, so little is effectively interesting. In fact the movie is a bore. You can try to make sense of the Lynch-ian imagery and schizophrenic editting, but in the end it amounts to... not much. The payoff is so cheap that the entire film feels like one big waste of time. It's unfortunate, because a lot of work obviously went into this production. Rent Forster's Finding Neverland for a more fulfilling experience.

Stafford V (ca) wrote: Not what I was wanting from it, it was pretty bad.