After his father's retirement, the onus is on Bharat to look after his Delhi-based family. He has two younger college-going brothers, Deepak and Vijay, and a sister of marriage age, Radha. Bharat is a graduate, but is unable to secure any employment, much to the frustration of his girlfriend, Sheetal. Vijay takes step to secure his own future, by turning to crime, which is strongly opposed by Bharat, and as a result Vijay leaves the house. Mohan is Sheetal's boss, and finds her very attractive. When he proposes marriage, she accepts, and soon both are married. This leaves Bharat devastated, unable to deal with life, and unable to afford the basic needs of Roti (food), Kapada (clothing), and Makaan (shelter), he must now decide to carry on honestly, or otherwise
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Siu K (nl) wrote: A very flat plotline but still the conversations are exquisite, making me smile from my heart. Especially, I'm living in Wanchai :)
Russell B (br) wrote: Not bad for gangster flick but way better on the Market past and present. Quite tame directing and a few good cast but mainly some muggy si's
Claire E (us) wrote: He brought it all on himself!
Emily L (mx) wrote: i just really like amy smart, the movie wasn't the greatest..and VERY corny.
Ash J (it) wrote: I can neither say I hated this film, nor can I say I enjoyed it. I just sort of witnessed it. The characters were very basic, Dafoe was true to his roots as he always is... Weird. But thats what endears him to me somehow. Anyways, just far too... uhh. I don't even have the words.
Kelly W (ru) wrote: Liked performances and story very much. Great to watch Sophia Loren again
Natalie K (ca) wrote: Still liked the original better, but it was worth watching, I think.
Michael T (nl) wrote: Wrongfully accused presents generic, tired 'spoofs', most of which are unfunny...Simply referencing a famous film in some way, does not mean it is funny...Generic and boring...
Brad W (nl) wrote: Unfortunately, a huge waste of talent. Wayne's World and Master of Disguise showcase Dana Carvey much better! Also, watch The Dana Carvey Show from the mid 90's on IMDB TV. Very funny!!
jen (kr) wrote: this movie is great! its one of my favs!
Bryan M (br) wrote: Poor Edith takes revenge on rich twin sister Margaret for stealing the man she once loved. After killing her sister, Edith takes on the unexpectedly dificult task of assuming her sister's identity. This is the kind of entertaining thriller that would seem silly in the wrong hands, but is emmensely worthwhile with Bette Davis playing a dual role. Karl Malden is dependably solid as a policeman who loved Edith, while Peter Lawford is amusing in a smaller role as a devious playboy.
Scott S (kr) wrote: The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) -- [6.0] -- Glenn Ford is tasked with enforcing democracy on a small Okinawan village but slowly begins to embrace the villagers' hedonistic lifestyle in this off-kilter comedy costarring Eddie Albert and Henry Morgan. It's a sweet and exuberant film, though Marlon Brando's performance as an Okinawan interpreter earns some notoriety. My favorite scene finds Ford being forcibly disrobed by a geisha girl (Machiko Kyo from "Rashomon") while on the phone with his superior officer.
Tina N (gb) wrote: Horrible movie! I would use the service from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind to get rid of the memory of this movie.
Callum M (mx) wrote: This film will always be remembered as Shakur's last film as he was killed months before its release. With his final performance Tupac yet again shows what talent he had and what could have been. The story revolves around two cops (Shakur & Belushi) who are trying to cover up a murder after they kill an undercover police officer. Dennis Quaid is also on deck. A good story that maybe runs a little longer than it should.