Zaat

Zaat

A mad scientist (and apparent former Nazi) unleashes his master plan: to transform himself into a mutated walking catfish, gain revenge on those who have spurned him, and kidnap nubile young women to similarly transform so that he can breed. Or something like that.

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Rebecca P (it) wrote: Well, if you want to watch a revenge-motivated assassin kill a butt-ton of people, this is your movie.

M C (es) wrote: Apollo 18 has scares and some clever concepts, despite some overly shaky camerawork, but it ends up coming off as overly bleak. 47/100

James H (kr) wrote: I am surprised at the generally negative reviews. I thought it was a suspenseful thriller, fresh and unpredictable. The acting isn?t the greatest, but the woods setting is very effective. Well directed. 6.5/10.

Li K (kr) wrote: One of those movies that only got watched because horrible movies are the only thing happening on weekend TV and I needed some background noise. Pretty sad when TV guide even warns you in the description that it's a bad movie. Gwyneth Paltrow's existence certainly didn't help matters any.

Kisaan T (es) wrote: the best movie of Nagesh Kukunoor. Also said to be a rare of its genre because Bollywood contains very less Hostel Movies to its History.

Brad W (us) wrote: Bad buddy cop movie.

Max M (gb) wrote: Utterly ridiculous - but all in good fun.True sci-fi camp silliness about a trio of astronauts and a scientist who crash land on on the planet Venus and find it inhabited by a society of mini-skirt clad women, including the glamorous Zsa Zsa Gabor, who are ruled by an evil queen bent on destroying the Earth.Luckily the film is intentionally funny (it was truly meant as a light-hearted spoof - along the lines of the similar Abbot and Costello Go to Mars - of the types of genre pictures that were being released at the time), what with the film's director, Edward Bernds, having helmed many Three Stooges two-reelers.But spoof or not, it is still a sight to behold!

Julie K (de) wrote: i know it came out in the 50s, but this was incredibly predictable. FYI: the last episode of "Home Movies" is based off of this film.

Ashley H (es) wrote: One of the most influential western of all time, Vera Cruz, depicts a Mexico rarely seen on the screen. The exchange of harsh words and quips between the top billed stars, Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster, throughout the movie is excellent. Actors like Charles Bronson, Ernest Borgnine, Cesar Romero and Sara Montiel, at the beginning of their career, were a solid support to the production. Excellent photography, taking in consideration the film is 50 years old. Excellent soundtrack, beautiful wardrobe and the hundreds of extras in a story that has all the ingredients to keep the viewer's attention, make this movie one of the best crafted westerns.

Donnie B (gb) wrote: An unbelievably good film that questions the expanse of our minds while showing the boundlessness of our connections.

Guillaume B (ru) wrote: A BIG SURPRISE, Great rythm, great images with humour