Fresh printed bank notes to the value of incredible 10 billion rupies are stolen in India from a train by the henchmen of super-gangster Vikram living in London. The code card only being ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An Inspector is assigned to track down a large sum of stolen money. His investigations lead him to a couple of small time crooks, a village belle, a murder, an absconding suspect, and an international drug dealer.
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Kevin M (it) wrote: Despite his faults, when everyone else was sucking up to Dubya, Moore was pointing out the emperor's state of undress.
Nic L (kr) wrote: fun times, hella awkward but fun.
intuciic (es) wrote: great movie.. dance!
Crystal P (us) wrote: pretty trippy, ending was kinda strange
neil L (us) wrote: It was ok but nothing new
Vincent B (mx) wrote: Une ral phmre, mais le mlange comdie/action fonctionne du tonnerre et les acteurs sont trs amusants.
Andrey B (au) wrote: Not bad werewolf movie with elemets of horror and coming of age teenagers, played very well by leading actresses.
David B (br) wrote: pretty good if you aint expecting some thing brilliant, but i thoroughly enjoyed it i think, maybe ?
Dave L (fr) wrote: Director Tim Robbins' politics is in full preachy mode in this film set in the 1930s American Great Depression. The work is a comedy examining the awkward relationship between art and politics. The WPA- federally funded theater puts on a show, "The Cradle Will Rock" with all kinds of left wing sympathizers and various historical characters. There is a lot to take on in the story and the pacing and drama seem off. There are some good cinematography moments and solid performances from an all star cast.
Mandela W (jp) wrote: The game of basketball is a great one. It's a fantastic game that brings everyone and anyone together and is one of the great all American sports. Spike Lee is someone who knows and still knows this very well. This is at the heart of He Got Game. Spike Lee directs the type of basketball picture not seen on the big screen at the time. Lee's 98 feature is about Jake and Jesus shuttlesworth. Jake is a convict in prison and one day he gets a deal from the warden that his sentence will be lightened if he can convince his star player son to go to one of the big state colleges in the country. Jesus is no ordinary star player he is one of the most sought after ones in the country, that means every league in the NCAA wants him. the main conflict of the story is that jake was responsible for the accidental murder of his wife jesus's mother and so jesus harbors a lot of hate for jake. Jake has only 1 week to convince his son and hopefully mend his relationship with him as well. Right off the bat it started great. I Really liked the opening credit scenes. it's a really impactful showing of basketball and its impact on kids and adults everywhere. spike lee does an amazing job of showing the beauty and art of the game and also how it can affect people. he shoots it very documentary style but with cinematic flair too it. His story telling ability in this film is almost Spielberg like its incredible. As someone who loves basketball and loves watching it I really dug this film! this film is dope favorite basketball film ever. I am actually convinced that if the 10 film extension rule had happened in 98 this would have made the Oscars best picture category, its that good! great choice of music for the soundtrackI was impressed ray allen can actually act. he doesn't force it with each line and he has quite a demeanor that is extremely rare to find with actor who was or is a pro athelete. Jesus is a very righteous and level headed guy and he's tryna stay humble while making a decision that will change his life. He was interesting to watch. It was cool seeing all the nba cameo's in there. As far as my man denzel he does it again. Jake Shuttlesworth is a man with redemption on his mind but he knows he cant dwell on the pain of what happened to his wife his sons mother he's got to do something.the film actually reminds me of the hype that came with Lebron james when he was getting ready to go to the NBA. the script is phenomenal! so well written. If you love basketball and want to see a great film on it check this film out
Linn S (ru) wrote: ... *blinks* That was... no, there's no way I can call that good. Ever. No matter how hard I try. I'll stretch to 'interesting', but that's as far as I'll go.Pluspoints for Snakes/The Futurist. And the Hamlet. But really. No.
The Critic (us) wrote: A nicely animated adaptation of the popular, imaginative story by Roald Dahl.
Brian B (nl) wrote: It's unfortunate this movie was so bad. I like Bernadette Peters, or at least I did in the Jerk. Eastwood was hit and miss, I guess.
Susanna N (ag) wrote: A very odd movie. All stars go to the feline and human cast, especially Griffith who had to spend 6 months in the hospital after a lion-related incident and then went back and finished the movie...and the director apparently never fully recovered after his full body contact with one of the cats. Dedication to an idea (it took more than ten years to complete the movie) rather than profit.
Brandon W (mx) wrote: Steven Soderbergh's Solaris is a really good science fiction film that it's really interesting to see a talented director make a different genre that's not his usuals. The writing by Steven Soderbergh is really good, and the direction is well shotted. The effects are spectacular to look at and doesn't look like your typical space film. George Clooney and Natascha McElhone are great and have really good chemistry together. It's really well made, and the plot is pretty good, although very vague on the answers it provides. There are some good ideas in it, and the characters are pretty developed. It can be a little bit too slow for some viewers to handle, and while I don't think Solaris is a fantastic film, I still enjoyed it for what it was and it could've been so much worse, knowing that it's a remake of a film that has even more high praise than this film.
Ian C (mx) wrote: Linda Fiorentino gives one of the finest performance of the 1990's in John Dahl's thriller. She also has to go down as the biggest slag in the history of cinema. Cream the togs stuff. My only complaint would be the gullibility and mongness of Mike Swale (Peter Berg).