Vikram Singh is the Maharaja of Pratap Nagar and is very impressed with his Senapati Sangram Singh for years of loyal service. He decides to make him a Maharaja and agrees to marry his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vikram Singh is the Maharaja of Pratap Nagar and is very impressed with his Senapati Sangram Singh for years of loyal service. He decides to make him a Maharaja and agrees to marry his ...
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familiar s (fr) wrote: Despite having watched "I Saw The Devil" already, I went for its Bollywood remake because all I could recall about "I Saw The Devil" was that I've watched it. Everything else about it has been wiped out from the memory, thanks to the ongoing health hazards. Anyways, I'm glad that I went for it because it was an engaging fare (the fast forward button may have helped the cause, though). Riteish Deshmukh wasn't incredible in a negative role, but he isn't used to playing this kind of role. Surprisingly, KRK's performance was quite impressive. Maybe because his character didn't essentially require him to put in any extra efforts, and all he needed was to act himself!! Sidharth Malhotra & Shraddha Kapoor give a top notch performance.While the dialogues are effective, the jokes used are quite worn out. Wished they'd used some better ones. Apart from that, nothing much to complain about. Enjoy and have fun.
Zeeshan S (au) wrote: BRILLIANT! loved every second of it! Piggy chops rules, oh and yes Ranbir is darn good too! Heartfelt, feel good movie!
Nancy C (ru) wrote: I find it interesting as to how many reviews mention Sharon Stone's looks --rather a pathetic take from the movie. This movie was a good, thought-provoking film.....quasi-documentary as to the problems facing Mexicans (and other country's citizens) on just how much they want to get to the U.S. It also underlines the total ridiculousness of how little sympathy and knowledge that a lot of people in this country have for these peoples' plight. and how many of us take our benefits for granted.Unless you are one-hundred percent Native American - people in the U.S. need to remember that OUR ancestors also came here for a better life....thank heavens!
Alexander L (nl) wrote: Not for me. It's for children.
Sami Q (fr) wrote: the more movies i watch of Shahid, the more i am convinved that the guy is good. The film marks a notable return to grassroots morality. has a few flaws too but it is still pretty watchable.
kelly (de) wrote: This guy just keeps getting worse as a director. If you ever wondered, hey what happened to that kid who made that shitty zombie movie with packaging promising a cult favorite called "The Dead Next Door" ? Then this movie is your answer. JR Bookwalter just went on to make even crappier movies. If you are blottered out of out your mind and you have seen everything else on netflix instant watch, then try to get through the first ten minutes of this movie. I dare you!
FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: 88% "The ending is so bad their going to throw rotten people at the screen."-Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) Russ Myers would have been proud. Since Elvira is the main character, there is eye candy through out the entire movie. The jokes are steady and everything is pretty light (except for Elvira's breasts) and has some notable 80's actors. Have you ever heard of poodle punk? "I found these panties upstairs, there eatable, try one!"-Mr. Clotter (Kurt Fuller)
Mike S (us) wrote: There were some routines in this that were absolutely hilarious. There's a joke about a bear and a rabbit that was perfect. A long riff about family Fourth of July "cookouts" was also very good. It's a shame, though, that he had to constantly drop F-bombs. Rarely were they used as part of the joke; they were just punctuation and filler. NOT for children!
Harvey I (ca) wrote: I liked this movie, but I could do without some of the terrible things that happens to the monkey master. Lo Wei, who was in 5 fingers of death was the villain. By the way, 5 fingers of death is an absolutely awful movie; but I digress. The training of the student who the monkey master trains was really great. The final fight scene was terrific and you will see why the movie is called Mad Monkey Kung Fu.
Randy H (jp) wrote: Brilliant photography, and even though the subject is all about fomenting revolution in Cuba, it's the amazing and complex camera work that really sells this film. A mist for anyone who can appreciate black and white films and perfectly orchestrated and absurdly long shots.
Jose Luis M (it) wrote: Vale la pena por su grandioso final y una deslumbrante fotografia a todo color.
Ben L (es) wrote: As a hater of horror films I tend to love movies that take a more tongue-in-cheek look at the tropes found in those movies I hate. Therefore, Tucker and Dale vs Evil was almost perfectly suited to my taste. It's a film about a group of college kids who go out into the woods for a trip but run into 2 hillbillies named Tucker and Dale, and a lot of horrific things begin to happen. I don't know if I want to spoil anything beyond that, but perhaps the title of the film already says too much. The point is that one misunderstanding compounds on another and leads the movie down some hilariously unexpected paths. And yet, while it's eliciting laughs by making fun of horror cliches, it also accomplishes the task of being a legit horror movie in its own right. There are so many great moments, and they keep the mix of humor and horror going right up until the end credits. Somehow they even managed to make the movie a little bit heartwarming which astounded me as well. Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine are superb in the title roles, but I also have to acknowledge how great the casting was of the college kids that all fit into traditional slasher film stereotypes. If you are intrigued at all by what I've said then definitely seek out this movie and give it a shot. It might be my favorite horror comedy since Shaun of the Dead.