29 Februari

29 Februari

The first Malaysian 3D film, "29 Februari" focuses on a man born on the leap day of 29 February, and ages only one year in every four years. Because of this unique trait, he has lived through many historical periods of Malaysia; from the colonial years to the Japanese invasion and Independence. Though some may consider it a gift, the man's long life can also be a curse as he has to face the reality of seeing the ones he loves die. A highlight of the film will be the changing landscape of Malaysia from the early days up to 2012.

A man ages once in every four years and spends his life searching for his true love, Lily. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


29 Februari torrent reviews

Ritwi J (kr) wrote: Bheja fry 2 the name gives memory of the movie bheja fry 1 which was a good sequel comedy and had a very good story in which the actors were fitted into. The sequel is nothing but a waste of time as it is in the movie. The movie lacks comedy accept some scenes. when u go for the movie the desire to watch the movie will be too much because the part1 was some thing very special though it could not make loads of profit. Now when the time had come again to show some good things out it could not.Moving on to the actors the movie has got a very good actor named Vinay Pathak whose dialogues are set very perfectly and as far as the acting part is concern the acting is the main pillar of the movie which actually is the main reason behind some interest in the movie. the movie from my side on the basis of some good acting could collect 1/5

Joshua L (de) wrote: I liked how fun this movie was but hated all the teasing. The movie is jokes, i'd watch it again, its not great doh.

Joo P (ru) wrote: This one is actually pretty good. I was expecting a lame movie (well, a lame teen movie) but instead came across this funny, fast-paced and sweet movie (albeit sometimes corny).As always, it's a pleasure to see Christy Carlson Romano acting, and the other two girls came as a surprise to me.All the members of the band deliver a good musical show, kudos to Eric, Joey and Ben's singing.An overall good movie, extra points for the comedy and feel good vibe, that's hard to come across these days.

Mark W (it) wrote: Although "The Leprechaun" has been found in many locations they decided that for the sixth installment they would return him into the worst scenario of the lot. I will say one thing about this movie, it was actually better than the predecessor, but only just. No cross dressing and no singing... The story was a little more together, just with added dope... Of course!

Jon C (ru) wrote: Soul-searching, philosophical and sensuously erotic.

Jeff B (gb) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyable movie from an aging John Wayne and Robert Mitchum, punctuated by a young James Caan. I only wish the audio hadn't been so distracting.

Kenneth Y (gb) wrote: I don't think it's as good as how it was merited. At least I don't think it played the topic well. Maybe I prefer those such as Love Exposure much more than that grand artistic one.

Tom R (gb) wrote: I love tearjerkers. In my top three of all time.

Muffin M (ru) wrote: Ex-crime reporter Raymond St. Ives (Charles Bronson) has elegant taste, a yen for gambling and an unfinished novel in his typewriter. When he crosses paths with sinister Oliver Procane (John Houseman), he gets something else: a price on his head.also stars Jacqueline Bisset, Maximillian Schell, Harry Guardino, Harris Yulin, Dick O'Neill, Elisha Cook Jr and Val Bisoglio.directed by J. Lee Thompson.

Cody C (it) wrote: Definitely one of the best murder mysteries I've ever seen. The pacing is expert, never drags, and it's genuinely funny and engaging throughout. Also contains what is now one of my favorite lines in a movie: "No sane person would think about using seaweed as a pattern for a shawl!"

Jason M (nl) wrote: Ghostbusters was an original blockbuster. The epitome of Ackroyd-Murray-Ramis (and Moranis) films, it ranks up there with Blues Brothers, Stripes and Caddyshack. Seemingly a little dated by today's standards, this film was a worldwide phenomenon of the '80s. Unfortunately, its sequels' quality deteriorated quickly like so many other original blockbusters such as "Back To The Future", "Jaws", etc. This movie was built upon a box office winning formula that was repeated throughout the careers of the above-noted actors. Ony Ackroyd and Murray were able to break out of the stereotypes that made them famous, as they became older, as demonstrated in "Driving Miss Daisy" and "Lost In Translation", respectively.

Scott P (ag) wrote: I've been watching a lot of action movies lately, and this is quite easily the best of the bunch. It's slow-paced with subtle character beats, a twisting tale of intrigue and loyalties, and quite a few excellent car chases. Robert DeNiro and Jean Reno have incredible chemistry together. Absolutely loved this movie.