Pusit is having the worst day of his life. He just lost his job and is in serious debt. That is all about to change when he receives a mysterious phone call with a tempting offer. If he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
13: Game of Death
After losing his job, his car and his money, Phuchit, Krissada Sukosol, races against time to complete 13 tasks ordered by an anonymous caller who promised 100,000,000 Thai Baht upon completion.
- Stars:Krissada Sukosol, Achita Sikamana, Sarunyu Wongkrachang, Nattapong Arunnate, Namfon Pakdee, Piyapan Choopech, Philip Wilson, Sukanya Kongkawong, Nakarin Triemmareng, Chano Pemberger, Stuart Nombluez, Suttipong Satjachoktam, Nuttakrit Boonannatanasarn, Chanunpong Peungrargdee, Pasnani Chinsatapornchok,
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Dennis L (au) wrote: Tries hard to tell stories of China's corruption and hardship but was just too boring.
Consuelo G (au) wrote: Love the Hobbits! Hope I can see go to New Zealand to visit the village.
MeLany C (it) wrote: Cool movie i like how they kill the enemy good ideas on how to torture
Megan B (es) wrote: Cute and funny and sexy.
Dhiraj B (au) wrote: differnt and cool story
Jon C (nl) wrote: certainly one of those rare enjoyable creature-features that plays off the urban legend of flushing animals down the toiletoh when will we learn to not flush our pet alligators down the sewers? maybe because they'll mutate into flesh-eating killing machinesthis monster flick really like to play off of the myth so much that the script is almost ridiculously laughable yet in this case it can be considered realistica young Robert Forster plays a pretty cool deadbeat cop with a troubled past now having to confront this monstrous reptilianthe animatronic effects for the alligator are truly convincing, you can almost tell it's not an effect half the timethere's some real character development to be had in here tooas far as creature features go this is one of the better ones
Louise D (us) wrote: Was hoping this might be proto-feminist, from a time when marrying money really was the best a woman could hope for. It's not. Some good jokes though.
Steve W (br) wrote: The first pairing of the epic duo of Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. I liked how it focused more on the romance and character development rather than gags, but there are some excellent scenes. One that really sticks out is the breakfast scene at the end. The on screen chemistry between the two leads is just so present and the dialogue is very fluid. The pace is amazing and I liked how it was a compromise ending and not a complete change for any character. A very good romantic drama with a little comedy.
Collin P (jp) wrote: This was a great movie! Good cast, good plot, good story line. Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman are great together. Great movie!