Aji noh motor

Aji noh motor

Local comedy by Mohd Razif Rashid, "Aji Noh Motor", tells the tale of an older brother named Aji who is willing do to anything for his younger brother, Noh. However, the two brothers are polar opposites of each other, with Aji being a drag racer, who only takes the motor parts of those who lost while Noh is an obedient and determined boy whose only hobby is reading and practicing his religion's teachings despite being blind. In spite of that, Aji loves Noh very much and will do his best to make sure that Noh's wishes are fulfilled even if it proves impossible for him.

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Jenn M (ag) wrote: This was disppointing and I'll tell you why. When Shia has the best acting in a film that has multiple acting legends, there is a problem. Shia did great actually, he killed it as a reporter. I was disappointed with Redford though, but j think that had more to do with how his character was written and the dialogue which I thiught was over the top at times. otherwise, a decent movie though

Ceph J (kr) wrote: "Dream Boy" refers to shy Nathan (Stephan Bender) and his love for Roy (Max Roeg). It's a deep affection since Nathan's family is transient and he suffers a dark secret. What starts off as a slow but affectionate film turns into a laughable ghost story. It's almost like sabotage. The film takes time to explain the two boys so it feels autobiographical in the first half. The second half is like a writer's fantasy. Max Roeg as Roy is the best actor here (he resembles his mother Theresa Russell and his father is the director Nicolas Roeg). The movie doesn't explain the sexual child abuse which is a serious crime and whether the boy reported it or his mother has any knowledge. Too bad, it could have been a much better movie on coming of age in the South.

Ben H (au) wrote: Was a tad slow but well acted and a good story.

Andrew N (gb) wrote: I can only say that I'm glad that I didn't pay to see this movie. Even so, the amount it added to my electric and internet bill to stream it on Netflix is not money well-spent. This seems to be filled with bad acting, stereotypes that cross the line on being insulting and outright ripoffs of other works. I know the film is from 2003 but plenty of other works stand up years later when you watch them. I am usually a fan of RomComs but this one was a total turn off. Not far into the film, I was thinking that the best decision made by any of the characters was the one the husband made to leave this whiny, mopey, self-involved woman. In a brief overview, she is just overwhelmed by affluent white people problems. If cliches and saccharine platitudes are your thing, then this movie is for you. If you are looking for depth, good writing and multi-dimensional characters are your thing, then pass. I was able to walk out of the room several times and not miss one interesting plot point. This is a definite pass.

Jose Luis M (ag) wrote: La Animacion cada vez mas avanzada , una historia con falta de profundidad tal vex en eso fallo , estuvo mejor que la ultima animacion de zemeckis

Jose R (ru) wrote: Very shocking and disturbing but could have improved a bit more on the story instead of the shock value.

Phenyeia O (jp) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Beth F (br) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid. I'm so happy that my kids enjoy it also.

Aj V (gb) wrote: An exciting, thrilling tale of money, crime, and marriage. I really liked this movie.

Steve T (es) wrote: The Even-numbered Start Trek films are always said to be the best. I would have to agree - although this one was probably the worst of the even-numbered first-generation films - yet it was a cool presence. I feared it would potentially be one of those cheesy time-travel episodes from the original series designed to showcase a young Joan Collins-like up-and-comer as Kirk's love interest. No. This was better! WHALES! and a . . . subtle love interest. This movie also had the WORST theatrical poster done by an artist who drew Captain Kirk as if he looked like Christopher Noth and Spock looked like a transgender-ed Roy Schieder! Have you seen that god awful poster? Go to Wikipedia - i think they have it there. Leonard Nimoy says this was the most well-received of the films - hmmmm - maybe the most well-received of the ones he directed.

Brian G (it) wrote: 2016. Pretty good survival movie

Ramona S (ag) wrote: Brilliantly acted and a thoughtful, relatable story for any immigrant or child of.

Nate W (kr) wrote: Could have done without the eagle!