Vikram and Sunita love each other but Vikram's mother disapproves Sunita as her future daughter in law because of Sunita's poor background. Vikram and Sunita decide to marry without the will of Vikram's mother BUT on their way to temple, they come across with a serious accident. Vikram gets minor injuries but Sunita's face is completely lost due to piercing of wind screen's shattered pieces in her face. When Vikram comes to conscious, he asks his mother where Sunita is and she replies Sunita is dead. On the other hand she tells Sunita that she has completely lost her face and she should go out of Vikram's life. Sunita agrees. The doctor sends Sunita to Bombay and refers her to Dr. Mehra. Now will Vikram and Sunita be again united?
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Matt B (ca) wrote: Horrible cinematography, horrible pacing, just plain horrible.
Mirkku S (fr) wrote: Stunning animation and colorful characters, but the movie itself wasn't that good and felt a bit unnecessary. It's fun to watch every now and then, but it's nothing too special.
Jason T (kr) wrote: this movie was long on yawn and short on zombies. it made my brain hurt and forced me into unconsciousness.
Joel A (au) wrote: A fascinating documentary celebrating the underbelly of cinema from day one...filled to the brim with fantastic footage of early indecencies.The interviews are all insightful & interesting to see the oddballs behind these odd films. It was fascinating to see how early films began to get risqu (C).As the years go on the movies get wild & wilder & the so called grind house is still around today. This is not for the faint hearted some is quite vile, a top Doco.
t w (us) wrote: Good twist that dosent accomplish anything
Viviana M (ag) wrote: It's ambitious, but it misses. There is yet something unconvincing about this movie, despite the thoughtfulness of the direction and the delicacy of the performances, the alternance of gentle surreal and terribly real shots. For those who like a strange, old tale with mythical and earthly elements in it.
shamal p (es) wrote: good thought nice story
Anatoly S (ag) wrote: Nic Cage and Sam Rockwell are con artists. Rockwell is funny, Cage is crazy. Great acting, the story is... well, it's a con men movie. Also features Alison Lohman, who looks like a kid despite being in her 20s. CHECK IT OUT.
john o (gb) wrote: I didn't quite know what to make of this movie. It's good to see a film that dives into the mind of a lonely woman desperate for affection but I didn't really like the characters. Especially the douchebag from Six feet under. The character of May seems so sweet and harmless that she is so unpredictable and scary. Feel like it should be put in a time capsule though since it had such a early noughties feel with certain actors etc.
Graham B (ru) wrote: The first time I saw this, I loved it. The second time, not so much. It's not a bad film, by any means. It is, however, too preachy and ridiculously simplistic. All the lines like "It just makes all my problems go away" are too much for me. Still, it might be the best MTV film out there. 6/10 or 3/5 stars
Private U (au) wrote: an old favorite film by jeff bridges. he looks so good in this movie!
Colin F (mx) wrote: One of the weaker Amicus anthology films with the penguin himself Burgess Meredith as Dr Diablo who runs a fairground attraction telling peoples futures, the film is made up of four tales of horror and is badly let die by one story that is just complete pure b***locks! A story about a killer Piano, yes a killer Piano, YES A KILLER PIANO!! The other three stories are not bad including one about a demonic cat and another about robots replacing actors. The best tale though is the final one with the ever reliable Peter Cushing and a quite bizarre performance from Jack Palance about them both having an obsession with the poet Edgar Alan Poe, Peter Cushings obsession is so great he has brought Poe back from the dead through Vodoo and has him locked in his cellar writing poems! Off the wall stuff! It all ends in tears!A film that is good and bad, with a flawless DVD transfer and a pure cheese ending where Meredith becoming the devil with some dodgy camera effect and lighting! They must of been scraping the barrel for stories though having one about a Piano that pushes people out of windows!
Steven M (nl) wrote: A beautiful piece of cinema with some stunning shots. Propaganda's a funny thing viewed out of context. These are stories but have some base in fact but are exaggerated for effect yes? I sometimes ask myself, "What's the point of making up stories?". Are films like this the reason?I think I have seen the influence of this in the films of Werner Herzog, especially in the way the camera moves into the actors' faces.
Molly R (es) wrote: It's predictable, but it was funny and Felicity Jones is charming.
Aaron B (de) wrote: Everything about this movie was bland. Nothing stood out. Including the writing and cinematography. It looked as if it was made by ameteurs and acted out by them also. Rappers are better sidekicks and second bannannas than leads.