Five close friends have been together since high school. They have stuck together throughout the years. One fateful day, they decided to take a three-month break and not communicate with each other in any shape or form. Their lives immediately took on different courses, with each pursuing their own dreams while holding on to the memories of their close friendship. When the agreed-upon break was up, the five met up with great enthusiasm, deciding to celebrate the event by going on a challenging and dream-filled adventure. A meaningful journey to raise the national flag on the highest peak of Java on August 17th, Indonesia's Independence Day. A journey filled with struggles that deepened their love for Indonesia. A journey for the sake of dreams, friendship and love, a journey of the heart that would forever transform their lives.
Five close friends have been together since high school. They have stuck together throughout the years. One fateful day, they decided to take a three-month break and not communicate with each other in any shape or form. Their lives immediately took on different courses, with each pursuing their own dreams while holding on to the memories of their close friendship. When the agreed-upon break was up, the five met up with great enthusiasm, deciding to celebrate the event by going on a challenging and dream-filled adventure. A meaningful journey to raise the national flag on the highest peak of Java on August 17th, Indonesia's Independence Day. A journey filled with struggles that deepened their love for Indonesia. A journey for the sake of dreams, friendship and love, a journey of the heart that would forever transform their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Team America: World Police is classic Stone and Parker humour. Blending tongue-in-cheek with irony and satire, this "puppet" movie is fantastic about the American attitude and how it differs from other country's attitudes. The story works well and for puppets with limited facial expressions, the emotive scenes are effective. Team America: World Police is something the world has needed for a while, and it has been received as expected. With so many quotable and memorable scenes, this comedy will always be considered one of a kind.
(mx) wrote: This was definitely funny. I'm glad they didn't put real people through the torture of having to act that way. It's definitely a movie of its own kind.(one can only hope)
(br) wrote: As much as I cant stand Kirstie Alley, Tim Allen's talents cancel her annoyingness out. Very funny, very clever movie. Allen and Alley work well together.
(es) wrote: As a movie that I grew up with, it's hard not to love this one. Looking back it's pretty old school, but stands up fine today, with a great story. Acting is typical for the time, yet good, the script is good and makes their language barrier believable and convincing. The story is the strong point here, the lone soldier, who had tried to kill himself in the line of battle, by himself in a hostile territory who makes friends with a tribe of Indians who live on the land. It is primarily a dark story in my opinion, shows the worst of people and their beliefs, and how different yet similar these two peoples are. Cruel and violent, they way they all were at the time, and almost hard to watch at times. Can be pretty dark and gruesome for a PG rated movie, even if it doesn't show much we know exactly what their doing. For example the Indians killing the man who drove the cart that John rode to the fort, which I remember from the first time I watched it. The action is good, for the time is western in style for sure, but well done with hand held weapons and old rifles. Looks good and sounds good. What really sticks out is the killer instincts of the Indians and how they love to kill, in an evil and ruthless way, they way they have been portrayed forever. The soldiers too don't show compassion, but get slaughtered when they come against the Indians. Overall good movie for sure, long as hell and not super fasted paced, but interesting and well done.
(au) wrote: John Cleese and the fantastic cast romp through this comedy classic, as one drama follows another, all due to the head teachers ocd behavior for time keeping that causes the whole thing to lead to mayhem.
(it) wrote: One of, if not THE, most highly recommended Pete Walker films in my opinion. I frequently use the word "classy" when I talk about Pete Walker and his movies and he certainly continues to prove that with this offering as not only is it presented extremely well, but he also presents subject matter which could have EASILY been handled with a much more . . . shall we say "sleazy" touch in a very mature and appropriately careful manner as to not take away from the meaning and validity of this movie. THE HOUSE OF WHIPCORD is very well thought out, realistically creepy and FULL of subtext and undertones. In fact Pete Walker, I believe, drives the point home and further ensures the intentional maturity with which he wished to handle this subject matter and the way he presents it by prefacing the movie with a thoughtful quote regarding Capital Punishment to try and get the audience thinking right away. And with great metaphors, analogies and other fancy sounding things of this sort, he creates great discussion points regarding not only Capital Punishment and the faults of justice systems that would be handling people's mortality, but also some potentially interesting gender issue undertones! But what of course makes this brilliant is the fact that along with all this interesting stuff for the film snobs to talk about, there is a very good linear, surface plot unfolding! Recommended for fans of Pete Walker's work (FRIGHTMARE being one of my other personal favorites) as well as fans of movies such as: THE GIRL NEXT DOOR (Jack Ketchum book/movie), LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT, HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK, BLOODSUCKING FREAKS, and WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO SOLANGE.
(ag) wrote: I use to be on the 'Chariots' bandwagon for a while, and still like to keep an open mind. But, the only thing I actually remember from this 'documentary' was a chance to actually see many of the sites and artifacts which von Daniken mentioned in his book of the same name. Otherwise, this was probably the moment when the entire extraterrestrial origin theory 'jumped the shark'. Mostly consisting of the: "Could this have been...", "Maybe another answer is...", "What if..." vague posits, it's hard to consider this an actual documentary. I can see viewers being in two distinct camps: those who are totally enthralled with the ideas put forth by von Daniken, and those who dismiss those same ideas out of hand. The acceptance and condemnation of Immauel Velikovsky is a prime example of what happens when people fail to examine evidence, and either totally accept theories on blind faith, or feel that it's not worth the time and effort to debunk those same theories. It's hard to actually walk the fence (though I'm in that vague wishy-washy category). In any case, as I mentioned, it was an opportunity to see some of the Fortean objects. As a side note: I believe this film was actually released in the early 70's, rather than the 1977 date currently being shown by this page).
(ru) wrote: Heard it was really good!
(ca) wrote: Not really mine thing, bit artsy and depressing
(ru) wrote: Part of the reason I loved this movie so much is because of the honesty behind Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance. He continues to amaze me, even after his passing. I enjoyed the theory behind the movie, but I do think they could have avoided the gangster portions of the film. All in all, a good flick, starring an amazing actor.
(us) wrote: By far one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It lacked suspense and wasn't even the slightest bit scary. Boring from beginning to end.