Madhu lives a wealthy lifestyle in Mussorie, India and operates Hotel Savoy. She meets with and falls in love with Vijay Sanyal and shortly thereafter both of them get married. After the marriage, her friend, Julie, and her mom notice a change in Vijay but do not tell Madhu about this, leaving Vijay free to get Madhu to sign a Power of Attorney in his favor. He runs the Hotel, but eventually finds that it is not doing too well, and decides to sell it to Darshan Damania and his partners, Mirza Baig, Chhadha, Nikhil Chopra, and Kanwar Singh much to Madhu's displeasure. The partners, with two of Darshan's girlfriends, Kamya, and Rama in tow, arrive in Mussorie to sign the documents. The only one missing is Mirza, who had stated that he will be arriving later. Instead, however, ACP Sumed Singh arrives to inform them that Mirza has been killed in a car explosion.
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Greg W (br) wrote: jewish grrl meets arab boy trouble follows
Dammy G (nl) wrote: I thought this was very good. While the characters can be a little wooden, the cheoreography is outstanding.
Matt H (it) wrote: Not a bad movie all together. It is a fun story but I think it is missing something. I just can't figure out what that something is. I had fun watching this movie and really that is what the movie experience is about.
John B (fr) wrote: Leprechaun 4 falls in the middle of two things, and that's Goofy & Outlandish. Yet somewhat I feel a certain guilty pleasure regardless.
Martin D (fr) wrote: Disney filmed its version of the Jack London story in 1991 and followed with this sequel four years later. Besides the presence of a dog named White Fang and its setting in the Alaska Gold Rush days, the story bears no resemblance to London's original story. Jack Conroy (Ethan Hawke), the hero of the first Disney film, has bequeathed his gold mine and the wild wolf-dog White Fang to young Henry Casey (Scott Barstow). The boy and dog thwart a would-be thief and decide to take their gold to San Francisco. While rafting to the nearest town, they capsize, lose their gold, and are separated. Lily (Charmaine Craig), a young Indian princess, rescues Henry from the rapids. She, along with her tribal chief Moses (Al Harrington) and his followers, believes that Henry is the reincarnation of a great spirit wolf who will help the Haida tribe find the Great Caribou. Henry and Lily fall in love, and Henry sets out to find the legendary Caribou who will save the tribe from extinction. Television actor Ken Olin made his directorial debut with this family fable.
Jeff B (gb) wrote: Too bad with such a good cast there just wasn't much meat here.
Brandon J (it) wrote: I have the power of calling this a piece of shit, with horribly stupid characters, and dumb plot strategies. I give them the special affects since it was 86. Still this movie was a bad boring, not a bad entertaining. I thought it was going to be funny bad. Hope its not weird I kept thinking starwars. Very mediocre.
Lee M (gb) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, the film is delicate and sometimes brilliant, but also depressing and enigmatic psychodrama. Well acted but much misunderstood, it was one of the first American films to deal with mental illness and the fine line between therapists and patients.