Brian, an American businessman, is sent to Thailand in search of local coffee plantations to purchase, but he ends up finding more than just coffee, and that the original purpose of the trip might not even be about coffee after all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brian, an American businessman, is sent to Thailand in search of local coffee plantations to purchase, but he ends up finding more than just coffee, and that the original purpose of the trip might not even be about coffee after all.
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Hugo G (it) wrote: This was actually better than I expected, and even though the whole concept isn't new nor original, the acting was pretty good and the whole tense and claustrophobic situation made it very believable and terrifying. It was a little surprise because I knew nothing about the movie, and so I ended really liking how it turned out to be. It sure is a movie that is worth watching because for the most part it does everything good. ~September 26, 2014~
Gary B (br) wrote: For a non cricket fan a fascinating account of the heydays of these 70s cricketing greats.
Michael I (mx) wrote: This is slow at the beginning, but it was scary! They did a good job of showing us just a glimpse of things. Also, since it is based on true accounts, that makes it scarier!!
EmmaLeigh J (ru) wrote: I've wanted to see this film for years but was a bit worried by the review (I tend to avoid films with AA/NA as part of the plot). However, it's really a fantastic film!
Joe J (ag) wrote: Bizarre but worth a watch, if only for the amusing salad of Japanese, English and Chinese, and the great quotes (e.g. "Japanese men grow up sucking on Glico")
Stephen L (kr) wrote: any movie where screaming french people get eaten by giant vegetables (or fruit, whatever) is fine by me.
Gav R (ag) wrote: the original now makes no sense without the directors cut version
Steve K (jp) wrote: Explores some interesting ideas on racial treatment. However, a lot of the film is discussion heavy and little in the way of change happens. Characters seem to start and end the film with the same viewpoint.
Robert D (jp) wrote: Philip Seymour Hoffman in one of his last roles as a German counter-terrorist in Hamburg. A terse spy film based on the novel by John le Carre.
Jordan D (mx) wrote: a Good Sequels of the Blade movie, i kinda like this one, than the first sequel
Paula D (br) wrote: Thank heaven I paid nothing for this dopey flick. The main premiss; that the characters in the museum embody the actual characters they portray, is dispelled when "Teddy Rooseveldt" confesses he's only a wax dummy. After that the movie seems even more idiotic than before. That and the fact that they all speak English, Except for Attila the Hun who understands it, but also understands gibberish. Seriously annoying.
Miguel G (ru) wrote: ironic enough that there were so many commerical placements for this film where it's trying to spread the message how corporates are evilisnt that ironicoh yeah the movie isn't that good either