Vijay Chatterjee is a lonely widower and a successful restaurateur in Montreal. His thoroughly Westernized son Ashish works at his father's eatery but is more interested in the rock band that he started with his friend Michael. One day, Vijay meets the elegant, strikingly beautiful Maarya, who recently emigrated from Calcutta. He immediately hires her for his restaurant and introduces her to Ashish, thinking that she would make the perfect wife. Though Maarya soon realizes that the young Chatterjee has a closer relationship to Michael than she originally thought, she plays along, keeping the secret from Ashish's dad so that she can remain in the country. When the elder Chatterjee starts to pursue Maarya and her jealous knife-wielding brother arrives on the scene, this volatile situation turns downright explosive.
Vijay Chatterjee was born in British India, and his dad was a freedom fighter. Unable to handle the riots between Hindus and Muslims in the late 40s, the Chatterjees first immigrated to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jacob B (gb) wrote: The Nut Job is visually delightful, stars a talented cast and some of the jokes work but a story that plagiarizes from Over the Hedge and a main protagonist who isn't really likable make this movie a forgettable film which will probably only be found entertaining by little kids and true animation diehards.
Paul D (es) wrote: While this does well with the gore effects, I found people in this film to be pushing the limit of horror-movie stupidity.
Brian B (de) wrote: This was the first movie I ever saw Dabney Coleman in. I laughed the whole way through. He is a great actor, but in this he is effortlessly funny.
Eno l (jp) wrote: This movie is very good you have to watch it
Brett B (mx) wrote: Ray Harryhausen's effects are really cool, and the artistry behind them still holds up, but the plot is uninspired (even by 1950's B-movie standards). That said, the creature work alone is worth a look, and Tobey is a fine, square-jawed leading man.
David J (fr) wrote: its ugly maybe but beautifully eloquent [critique in process]
Codie E (au) wrote: There are quite a few nice touches in this film, for example, hearing an uncovered Beatles song and the performances of Robbins and Turturro but these is just pretty poorly made and the whole other plot with the girls and German guys is completely pointless and time wasting. One thing i really did notice watching this though was Foster; a rare actress that no matter what the quality of the film is nothing less than terrific in her own performance.