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Anjaam, a review by Tom

Title: Anjaam
Year: 1994
Director: Rahul Rawail
Rating: FSK-16
Length: 162 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35
Audio: German: Dolby Digital 5.1, Hindi: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: German

Madhuri Dixit
Shahrukh Khan
Tinnu Anand
Johnny Lever
Kalpana Iyer

Vijay Agnihotri is a wealthy, spoilt man who lives with his mother in the city of Mumbai. His mother has allowed him everything and more than that he wants. One day on a mishap Vijay manages to reach up with an air-hostess named Shivani Chopra, he immediately falls head over heels in love with Shivani. He tells his mother about his love, and his mother agrees to get him married, on there way to Shivani's house they get a nasty shock for Shivani had get married to Ashok Chopra, an air-line pilot. Vijay is unable to accept this proposal and continues to persuade Shivani to marry him. He even destroys Shivani's family and has her sent to jail. When Shivani is released from jail she plans to take revenge from Vijay and to make him account for all his sins.

Filmfare Awards1995NominatedBest Actress AwardMadhuri Dixit
Filmfare Awards1995WonBest Villain AwardShahrukh Khan

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My Thoughts:
A very early Shahrukh Khan movie, where he plays a character which is different then the ones he plays later on. Here is a psychopath who destroy a woman's life because she does not want to have anything to do with him.

The movie starts off like the usual romantic comedy. A wealthy arrogant man falls in love with a woman, but who rejects him. He then learns that she is marrying another man. The opening credits set in here, half an hour after the movie started, as if to say, that now, the real movie starts. SRK sets things in motion, which leads to him killing the husband of the love interest, framing her in getting her into the jail. Also her sister and daughter dies, as well as her unborn child. This is the point where the movie turns into Lady Vengeance.
SRK has deserved his Best Villain award. Also Madhuri Dixit did a great job.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on August 2nd, 2009)

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Night Junkies, a review by addicted2dvd

     Night Junkies (2006/United Kingdom)
IMDb |Trailer |
Director:Lawrence Pearce
Writing:Lawrence Pearce (Writer)
Length:98 min.
Rating:Rated R : Strong Sexuality/Nudity, Violence, Language and Drug Content
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.66:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo

Giles Alderson as Vincent
Lucy Bowen as Stella
Beverley Eve as Party Girl
Matt Tully as Tattooed Man
Ellie Ansher as Young Ruby
Katin Winter as Ruby

Against riverfront London's sordid backdrop of seedy nightclubs, winding streets and dark alleyways, a modern-day Jack the Ripper stalks his prey... Meanwhile, troubled, newly "turned" exotic dancer Ruby and her brooding vampire lover Vincent struggle to resist their overpowering addiction to the "drug" that both sustains and shatters them: Blood.

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My Thoughts:
This is a film a good friend gave me. Being I am a huge vampire fan... I went into it hopeful... though before the movie I watched the trailer and wasn't too impressed by it which dashed my hopes a little. Unfortunately as hard as I tried I just couldn't get into this one. Matter of fact I didn't even make it to the end. The storyline had possibilities. It could have been a decent film. But I found I didn't care about any of the characters... and found the acting to be on the stiff side. I will rate this one a 0.5 for the story idea alone.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on June 30th, 2013)

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Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews, a review by Tom

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
6.24 Time's Orphan
Writer: Bradley Thompson (Screenwriter), David Weddle (Screenwriter), Joe Menosky (Original Material By)
Director: Allan Kroeker
Cast: Avery Brooks (Captain Sisko), Rene Auberjonois (Odo), Michael Dorn (Lt. Commander Worf), Terry Farrell (Lt. Commander Dax), Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko), Colm Meaney (Chief O'Brien), Armin Shimerman (Quark), Alexander Siddig (Doctor Bashir), Nana Visitor (Major Kira), Rosalind Chao (Keiko), Michelle Krusiec (Older Molly), Hana Hatae (Molly), Shaun Bieniek (Deputy), Randy James (Security)

O'Brien's daughter Molly falls through a time portal and lands hundreds of years in the past. When they are able to retrieve her, ten years have passed for her, living and surviving alone in the wilderness. Which of course causes her problems adjusting again to her live on DS9.
It is a good episode. Even though the ending is a little cop out.


(From Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews on November 27th, 2011)