Ratan Kumar lives a middle-class existence with his wife, Pushpa and son, Sunder. When he is asked to commit a crime for Balram Singh, he does so, but decides to keep a suitcase full of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ratan Kumar lives a middle-class existence with his wife, Pushpa and son, Sunder. When he is asked to commit a crime for Balram Singh, he does so, but decides to keep a suitcase full of ...
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T C (fr) wrote: Typical Tyler Perry movie.
Dennis L (it) wrote: Godfather-like story. Gripping and engaging. A good addition to the HK triad movie genre.
CJ C (fr) wrote: Another badly acted & amateurish Canadian horror.
Torion O (br) wrote: Oz (Seth Green for those who are uncultured) is in this and has the best scene in the movie.
Beccy W (us) wrote: so unrememberable that I had to watch it again to recall if I'd seen it or not.
Susan F (gb) wrote: This is pretty bad..sorry to say.
Toggo U (nl) wrote: I think this is the only movie I've ever seen where I didn't want to change a single thing. It gets more beautiful for every time I watch it?
Erin C (nl) wrote: Really bad acting. I figured this one out almost immediately.
Cassie H (jp) wrote: A great romantic comedy consisting of these great ingredients: a great soundtrack of Elvis music, James Caan, Sarah Jessica Parker & how can you forget Nicholas Cage. This is such a fun film! :)
Grant S (au) wrote: Charming high school drama, but you expect nothing less from writer John Hughes.Sums up well the anxieties and politics of high school. Also has a bit of a comment on social status and class divides.Mostly a romantic drama, but has its comedic moments.On the negative side, feels a bit formulaic. Also not as deeply emotional, or complex as some of Hughes other 80s movies. Plus, some of the characters were felt unrealistic and contrived. Jon Cryer's character was particularly annoying.Good performance by Molly Ringwald, a regular in John Hughes movies, in the lead role. As mentioned, Jon Cryer is annoying. Good support from Harry Dean Stanton, Andrew MacCarthy, James Spader and Annie Potts.
Angela G (us) wrote: a wonderful love story inside a war film and the first quality film i've seen from finland!
Toms T (mx) wrote: Very dramatic and awfully truly acted/filmed story about modern slavery in post-war Bosnia. Remarkable performance by Rachel Weisz.
Cody C (jp) wrote: I like the second one the most, but this one does some good things. Fun kuleshov effect stuff, plus scenes of horror in well-lit rooms.