Wealthy Janki falls in love with poor Jaiprakash, much to the displeasure of her parents, and ends up getting married, and living with her husband. She subsequently gives birth to a ... See full summary »
After being shipwrecked, Bombay-based Aditya Pandit wakes up on an island populated by tiny thumb-sized people, who mistaken him for a cruel giant. But when they find out that he is harmless, he is welcomed, and asked to help them fight a giant named Jhamunda. Aditya agrees to do so, and comes face to face with his worst nightmare. For, Jhamunda is not just a giant, but an indestructible shape-shifting monster with magical powers. Written by
Because it is from India, it makes up for the really bad cgi horrible rip off of Gulliver's travels and lots of roars. Not worth the price I paid. It was a rip off. Even the kids wont enjoy this one. I bought it in China for a dollar. I want my dollar back. The only benefit is being able to mock it mystery science theater 3000 style. I didn't think it was possible to find a movie worse than cabin boy, but this is it. It is two hours of my life that I want back... But then again, if I were drunk this might actually be funny. It does have it's random rock video moments. The mermaid is just ridiculous. You could blind someone with that beard! The plot from power rangers would be considered advanced compared to this.
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