Ai lop yu pul
One morning, Emak’s kiosk was blown with fireworks by Beno. Topan was very angry and wanted to revenge to Beno and his friend, Satyo. When Topan entered Satyo’s house, he instead hit Indah, Satyo’s daughter who was going to run away from home. Indah wanted Topan to use her as hostage and they both ran away from Beno and Satyo. A series of hilarious incidents folllows….
One morning, Emak’s kiosk was blown with fireworks by Beno. Topan was very angry and wanted to revenge to Beno and his friend, Satyo. When Topan entered Satyo’s house, he instead hit Indah, Satyo’s daughter who was going to run away from home. Indah wanted Topan to use her as hostage and they both ran away from Beno and Satyo. A series of hilarious incidents folllows…. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ai lop yu pul torrent reviews
(us) wrote: So this is a standard kids-in-a-haunted-house film, nothing spectacular and very little to add to this genre and stock pile of these types of films. I'll start with the positives. The camera work is pretty decent... and that's about it. The script is poor in parts - wooden and a tad unrealistic. The young and unknown actors/actresses are pretty good to be fair considering in these types of films they tend to be quite bad. The Keith Drummand character is hilarious though, everything he says and his lack of unrealistic emotion is actually laughable; If you see the film you'll know what I mean. I'm not sure if he was possibly suppose to be drunk or have gone a bit crazy from the house but his acting is horrendous. I'm not sure if he was putting on a British accent or not or if his high pitched tone was just carrying off like that. The actor Alex Arleo had most of convincing moments so congrats to him! The make-up isn't too bad, but there is one scene with the character Vanessa where she turns around which is pretty phony. The plot development is done most through the script, which personally is one of my pet hates along with random and unnecessary boob shots; which this film also includes (only one of but it was ridiculous). This film doesn't have a lot going for it. There are better films of this kind, but it is good if you want a few jump scares and laugh at bad acting.
(us) wrote: Not a total loss- it does give a little more depth to some of the most underused characters (see: Cylons) in the series, but it's every bit as weak as the other BSG side stories.
(us) wrote: Uniformly excellent cast, headed by Griffith and directed with a kind-of sentimental toughness by Banderas make for a terrific film, from what I saw. I only caught it on television when it was well into the story, so now I have to see it from the beginning. Really looking forward to it and will find the book, too.
(br) wrote: The narrative is clumsy at times, and the attempts at philosophical revelation fall flat, but this adds up to far more than the sum of its parts. Tsui Hark's operatic direction hits some incredible highs, and Chiu Man-Chuek is almost peerless. The scene where he unleashes his One-armed fighting style for the first time is one of the most joyous action scenes you'll *ever* see. Otherwise, the film resonates the most when it breathes. Tsui Hark depicts a bleak, amoral, and complex world - but it's a pity that the dialogue and pacing can't match the eloquency of the direction. Most telling is the difference between the narrator and the crazed hermit girl. The former inspires far less sympathy than the latter, despite her countless lines of dialogue.
(it) wrote: The dark and foreboding soundtrack sets the tone nicely for this internet bubbler. I like Josh Hartnett, and David Bowie is always wonderful in cameo roles, but there wasn't a whole lot of meat here.
(mx) wrote: Foxy Brown sucks, but she is still a whole lotta woman. Well, actually, it still sucks. The plot is very simple... her brother and boyfriend are killed, so she enacts revenge by infiltrating the mobsters using her sister. There's plenty of bad acting and cheap stunts, but it doesn't work here. There are a few unintentional laughs, but whatever. I stopped caring somewhere along the way.
(br) wrote: EXCELLENT MOVIE - John Wayne plays a great part as always.
(fr) wrote: One real atomospheric movie. Surreal, unsettling soundtrack throughout, full of dread and a grim ending. Lovecraft's The Shadow Over Innsmouth seems like a inspiration for this. Sometimes family roots should remain unanswered... The extra features are great. The short films give an indication of the director's emerging themes. Carncula is particulary stylish, disturbing and telling since there's almost no dialogue and it's all dark settings. Overall, a good film that should have been a greater initial release, considering what passed for horror films at the time. Baino is beside the likes of del Toro, Barker and such in originality
(nl) wrote: this is a GREAT movie! UNDERRATED and fantastic! My favorite movie in awhile, seriously, check it out!
(mx) wrote: Funny. Clyde steals the show.
(fr) wrote: clone of Major League movie, but then major league takes the japan part in the second. still not as good as major league