Vijeta (The Victor) is the coming of age story of Angad (Kunal Kapoor). Confused like any other teenager trying to find himself and caught in between the marital problems of his mother Neelima (Rekha) and father Nihal (Shashi Kapoor). It is time for him to decide what he wants to do with his life. To select a profession and be someone, Angad chooses to become a fighter pilot with the Indian Air Force. What follows is his struggle to become a victor both with his self and the outer world.
- Stars:Shashi Kapoor, Rekha, Supriya Pathak, Kunal Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Om Puri, Dina Pathak, K.K. Raina, Madan Jain, Raja Bundela, Shafi Inamdar, Keith Stevenson, Arvind Deshpande, Sulabha Deshpande, Achyut Potdar,
- Director:Govind Nihalani,
- Writer:Dilip Chitre (screenplay), Dilip Chitre (story), Satyadev Dubey (dialogue), Satyadev Dubey (screenplay), Satyadev Dubey (story)
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(ca) wrote: Exciting and watchable thriller let down by a silly twist and a pat resolution.
(it) wrote: It's silly but sweet. It's basically a pretty generic rom com, but it kind of made me miss the days when Reese was sweet rom com Reese and less serious actress Reese.
(au) wrote: There aren't any happy films about methamphetamine users (You know like those stoner buddy comedies) I enjoyed this attempt at a depiction on what the effect of being Spun out is like.
(gb) wrote: Very well executed, Asa Butterfield was amazing.
(nl) wrote: The most positive thing that I can possibly say about The Devil's Hand is that Robert Alda has a large role in it, even if he isn't all that effective. The other noteworthy cast member is Neil Hamilton, who you might recognize as Commissioner Gordon from the Batman TV series. Other than him and Robert Alda, there's no reason to watch this film.I was bored to tears with it and I couldn't really find much good to say about it. I tend to dislike voodoo movies from this era because they're more about the intent rather than the effect. For example, early in the film Ariadne Welter's character's voodoo doll is pierced in the heart, and she has a heart attack. If this film had been made today, she would probably have died. The effect was less-interesting than the intent, and I find that boring in this movie. Nothing really happens and there's no real threat, only in words, making the characters completely dumb. So the plot goes nowhere, the characters are unrelatable and do unbelievable things, everybody talks and talks about nothing, AND the movie looks like it was shot for TV with sets that look like they're about to fall over at any minute. Don't even get me started on the rubber knife scenes. Just skip this, unless you have a morbid movie curiousity like I do.
(kr) wrote: i think that this is not just ang lee's best movie but one of the greatest films ever. just watch it and see why i think that. the action scenes are perfect as well as the cinematography and direction from ang lee 5/5