Bond-like adventure has a glamorous beauty queen falling for a racecar driver while visiting Hong Kong.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
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A beauty queen is caught up in international intrigue aboard a luxury yacht, and begins to suspect she cannot trust anyone, not even her race-car driver boyfriend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Doug B (de) wrote: An interesting tale of greed versus kindness, wealth vs poverty and the triumph of the little guy over the ugliness of desire. Naseeruddin Shah is really outstanding giving a truly humble performance as Amal and terrific scenery in Delhi. This film didn't follow every clich in the book but it was completely compelling and visually beautiful throughout. The song scene will put a lump in your throat. Nice to see it's a Canadian production no less..

carl d (us) wrote: does anyone know what these guys are talking about???

Tim W (mx) wrote: Freaking me out. 3 completely weird stories, the first one is funny, the second one is disgusting and the third one is just pointless gross. Not something you see everyday.

Steve W (gb) wrote: Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance is a stylish and bloody samurai movie. Very different from his brother's philosophical Zatoichi film series, Lone Wolf and Cub is more about the hardcore violence. Its not without theme, as the corruption is apparent and honour still plays a role. This movie sets up the series quite nicely, showing the savage nature of bladed combat, as well as the brooding Tomisaburo Wakayama in his most famous role. The movie's pace does sag in the middle for a little bit, but there's plenty of swordplay in the first entry of the Lone Wolf and Cub series.

Justin S (nl) wrote: Few funnys parts with the shaving cream in mouth and one guy kept on looking all around when sonar went out, good alien reference. Cat guy terrible, darth Vader wanna be stupid, yoga stupid

Tom K (de) wrote: after watching this movie only one thing popped up in my head.....Roger Ebert was the most brilliant screenwriter of all time