Rajoo (Naseeruddin Shah) is an honest, naive, villager with a heart of gold. When he comes to the big city, he comes across a beautiful young girl, Sunayana (Rameshwari), who almost gets runover by a car. He assists her to her feet, and she tells him that she is blind, lives in a small tenement with a neighbourly woman everyone calls Maushi (Leela Mishra), and sell flowers for a living. Rajoo takes it upon himself to make arrangements to ensure that Sunayana can see again. He meets with all kinds of people in this process, namely a wealthy suicidal drunk, Heeramohan (Pinchoo Kapoor); Circus owner (Mukri); Lion-tamer, Shamsher (Rajendra Nath); Prisoner Jaggoo (Jagdeep); Prisoner #204 (Viju Khote). He also meets with Dr. Indrajeet (Vijayendra Ghatge) and arranges to pay him a sum of Rs.2000/- for Sunayana's cure. Dr. Indrajeet lives with his mom (Sulochana), and sister, beautiful Sushma (Gayetri).
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Mario P (kr) wrote: I loved it , the message & everything
LA L (nl) wrote: Visionary and exciting, a real modern masterpiece from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. Outstanding cast, visuals, and storytelling.
EDSON VANDER e (br) wrote: Adorei , mas poderia ficar melhor!
dennis J (es) wrote: it was hell in the room while watching,you know what i mean,cocks rooted up like soldiers ready for war and pussies dripping mad
Henry M (nl) wrote: LeeLee Sobeleski is very good, and this is one of Albert Brooks's three best. Check it out!
Jacky L (ag) wrote: fun and funny allen. might've loved it more if the heart wasn't a lil heavy.
Stephen W (it) wrote: This is another great Robert Altman film, based on the play by Sam Shepard. Kim Basinger is a great actor. Harry Dean Stanton turns in another brilliant performance as himself. Fans of either Altman or Sam Shepard should see this, but don't watch it if you're in a bad mood.
James B (kr) wrote: a wounderful and true story film of our brave men who saved this country from hittlers grasps, by saving out merchant shiping in the south alantic
Tyler F (gb) wrote: First off- f### all you. American Ninja is a great damn movie and you know it. Of course it's no masterpiece- it's Canon. But it is still incredible. It is everything you could want in a movie called American Ninja. Didikoff has every right to be a bitter asshole (if he is- I have no idea, but would rather think not because I like my heroes pure) because he could have been a great action star and this movie shows that. He's a hell of a lot better than Schw/Norris/Van-Damn in their first films and think how much glorious action has come from them. American Ninja has a badass US Army Ninja who barely speaks (Snake Eyes anyone?) a badass roundhousing black Sgt. with a badass fro, evil ninja, mean foreign drug lords, and a lost father-son subplot to boot. Fuck you all. This movie deserves 5 stars for effort, but I don't believe in participation trophies either, so 4.5 it remains. Great action, great fun, THE perfect "ninja" movie, and even a really impressive soundtrack to boot. Those horns will blare strong and high in your mind till the day you die. Dont hate.4.5
Brandon W (br) wrote: I honestly felt underwhelmed by Breathe In. However, the acting is great, the conversations were good, the music sounds nice to listen, and there was some scenes that I like. I also like the fact that it doesn't play it sappy or schmaltzy, but I felt there was something missing in there, the plot isn't anything special, it's not exciting to watch nor is it very interesting, and the way they find out was really convenient and made no sense, but it wasn't those that was missing. I think what was missing was the lack of conversations between Keith and Sophie. If there was more, I think it would make it better. For what it is, I don't think it's bad nor it is good, Breathe In is a disappointing film that could've been better.
Teri F (es) wrote: I can't wait to see this. I really enjoyed the original from MANY years ago.... :)