A.B. Normal College (Todo na 'yan! Kulang pa 'yun!)
Dominic (Ogie Alcasid) and Miguel (Mikey Macapagal Arroyo), the school's most notorious students, are challenged when the school participates in a quiz show to upgrade the image of the school. With the gorgeous Professor Eula Yulo (Rufa Mae Quinto) as their mentor, the three are out to prove to everyone that they are more than just troublemakers.
- Stars:Andrew E., Ogie Alcasid, Mikey Macapagal Arroyo, Rufa Mae Quinto, Patricia Javier, Jen Rosendahl, Salbakuta, Rico J. Puno, Alicia Lane, Manjo del Mundo, Caloy Alde, Don Pepot, Cloyd Robinson, Al Tantay, Jebby Soliman,
- Director:Al Tantay,
- Writer:Al Tantay (story and screenplay), Sherwin Buenvenida (story and screenplay), Rolf Mahilom (story and screenplay)
Dominic (Ogie Alcasid) and Miguel (Mikey Macapagal Arroyo), the school's most notorious students, are challenged when the school participates in a quiz show to upgrade the image of the school. With the gorgeous Professor Eula Yulo (Rufa Mae Quinto) as their mentor, the three are out to prove to everyone that they are more than just troublemakers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A.B. Normal College (Todo na 'yan! Kulang pa 'yun!) torrent reviews
(us) wrote: It's trying a bit too hard to be Casablanca (what movie could be) but it has a great cast and incredible production values.
(gb) wrote: such an amazing film. shows how quickly your life can fall apart.
(nl) wrote: Not really a fan of some of the editing choices during the former sequences of the film but I do however liked the biopic overall; and Salma Hayek, although did not necessarily portray the great artist Frida with great veracity (I believe), did a terrific job. I just wish the film was a tad shorter without too many subplots.
(au) wrote: 45%Saw this on 18/11/14The reason for making such a sequel (other than monetary gain) are as strange as to why David Arquette is given top billing in the series. The original Scream was a film for which an actual sequel couldn't possibly me made and that's because it's too original and that it's impossible to make a movie as pulpy as it. The original scream is a homage to the cult horror thrillers and it made fun on the stupid ones, along with that, it provided various twists that made us convince ourselves that the film is entirely different from all the films that it praised or panned. All these elements are off shore in this sequel which lacks in pulp, thrills, twists and most of all pace. The killer sound track of the first film and it's mystery were super credential, which is nowhere to be seen in this horrible thriller. In the first film, the audience is made to doubt each and every character in the movie, but in this sequel, going into the first half itself, it's clearly evident who the killer is. The film has some twists which some may consider good, but still it seems unconvincing. I leave the rest of the series there, I just wanna live with my memory of the original.
(es) wrote: Singer is back and clearly has nothing else to do. No more hair extensions this time I think as we see the final adventure for Dar. It appears Dar has upgraded his menagerie of loyal performing creatures. He now has a lion under his control (with the same name? So...same creature somehow? or he just likes that name a lot), a new eagle (same name though) and Kodo and Podo seem to be back despite being left in 90's LA in the last film. Thing is the little ferrets are never called Kodo and Podo in the film so maybe they aren't the original critter duo.This time we discover Dar has a brother King in the form of Casper Van Dien sporting a very hokey blonde wig. This relation gets kidnapped by an evil Lord/sorcerer so its up to Dar with his new sidekick Seth, a witch, errr..a jester guy and a female warrior to rescue him before he's drained of his youthful essence. Yep this evil bad guy is looking for immortality as they all do, popular spell huh.I think this third film is generally better than the last because its set completely within a fantasy realm. There is no silly portal jumping into our reality which makes the characters look ridiculous, this is all within a nice barren desert fantasy universe. The bad guys are a bit better this time also, sure they look like ancient Greek Spartan warriors but hey it looks cool, its the helmets that do it.What amazed me is the cast for this thing. Considering this is a straight to the waste bin production the cast is pretty decent...well a decent cast of B-movie regulars anyway. In terms of B-movie trash rankings this film is low and even the B-movie cast they have managed to muster is somewhat above this kind of schlock...usually. David Warner, Tony Todd, Casper Van Dien, Sandra Hess and Patrick Kilpatrick on show here folks.Yes it all looks awful, the sets are clearly sets, the locations are the same places over and over, the effects are laughable, action is again a kids pantomime and 'acting' is beyond hammy. To be honest I think the slightly bigger names here know its crapola and are just having a good time chewing up scenery. You can see its a TV movie and I think you should know what to expect, but all that aside it can be a good laugh.I still don't quite know why they ruined the franchise with such low rent sequels which make a mockery of everything the original had but there you go. Plus points are the animals and a nice big rubber monster suit for Dar to battle at the end.
(es) wrote: The ParasiteStarring: David Gaffrey, Julia Matias, David Akin, and Robert TamingaDirector: Andy Froemke When college professor Richard Austin (Gaffrey) volunteers to be the test subject in a fellow researcher's (Taminga) experiments with a powerful psychic (Matias), he finds himself the victim of a stalker who doesn't even have to leave her house to make his life hell. The premise of this film is damn cool--think "Fatal Attraction" with psychic powers and hypnotism tossed in and you're close--but it's executed badly here. The film unfolds at a glacial, deadly dull pace... it's not padding that makes it boring (as is often the case with low-budget horror films like this), it's just a boring film. To drag the film down even further, the acting is pedestrian, the gore effects are badly done, and the visual "psychic vision" cues are even worse. I'm sure there's a way make a premise as this one into an exciting film. "The Parasite" isn't it, though.
(it) wrote: Top notch Pacino even if it's a bit melodramatic and tiresome.
(us) wrote: This was a fantastic cult classic sci-fi satire B-movie. I didn't know it was a spoof of 2001: A Space Odyssey going in, so I wasn't sure where it was going, but I loved it anyway. It was quite funny, despite being a little disjointed (which didn't actually bother me). It even felt paced like an old sci fi.
(ag) wrote: C'est le genre de film qu'il faut avoir vu dans sa vie mais honntement, c'est pas du tout ma sensibilt. Les complots de courtisans et la grandeur de la russie me laissent froids. Seule l'esthtique (les grandes ombres portes) me touchent.
(ru) wrote: Takes an Alice Munro story and makes it a Sam Lipsyte one, undoing itself with an increasingly implausible plot and acting that's too understated.
(it) wrote: Quite intriguing and enjoyable