Boetie Gaan Border Toe!

Boetie Gaan Border Toe!

This movie is sort of South Africa's answer to 'Stripes' crossed with 'Ballad of the Green Berets', 'Mister Roberts'...

This movie is sort of South Africa's answer to 'Stripes' crossed with 'Ballad of the Green Berets', 'Mister Roberts'... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Becky B (jp) wrote: HUGELY disappointing. Not even any romance. Was silly and random and I didn't like it

Cheybaby x (mx) wrote: very intresting movie!

Cat R (es) wrote: If you're expecting thrills or constant gore you'll probably be disappointed. But it's a good movie taken for what it is.

Juli N (de) wrote: Not bad enough to deter me from seeing Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz!

Joshua M (ca) wrote: Stupid but mildly entertaining. Very low budget.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: The idea of this movie is good, the plot has potential and so do the characters, but it just isn't pulled off as well as it could be. It's pretty slow moving, but it builds up things pretty well at first, but just when it looks like it's going to get somewhere, it really doesn't. There seems to be too many sub-plots involved in this as well that just don't go anywhere, hell the main plot doesn't even really go anywhere. The ending was disappointing and just didn't make much sense. The acting was quite good, especially that of the serial killer character, and, like I said, the characters themselves had potential, but they lacked some depth and there was a lot of things that they just barely touched on, about the characters, that they should have went into more. Also, this is marketed as a horror movie, but it's really just a thriller... and not the most thrilling one at that. All in all it does start off well and it does show some flashes of a great movie in there, but in the end it's just okay.

Ashlyn D (jp) wrote: This movie was elegantly made and gave me a new appreciation to The Beatles. Definitely am watching it again.

Manny C (kr) wrote: Amazing cinematography. Very minimalistic. Loved it.

Mikael K (br) wrote: "Untold Scandal" is an admirable attempt at making lemonade out of sour lemons. The execution is magnificent, beautiful in a subtle yet full way, but nothing helps when the story is unforgivably meaningless and frankly just dumb.

Pablo G (mx) wrote: Bold and humorus at times, and at other times plain honest and heartbreaking, Fahrenheit 9/11 doesnt quite match other Moore documentaries, but certainly exposes a ton of impressive and bizzarre information that will leave the viewers shocked and amazed and ready for some debate.

Eva M (mx) wrote: One question: just how difficult would it have been to put the proper apostrophe in the title?Anyway, this is quite fun and pleasant with a couple of really nice moments, and with Grant and Bullock being quite adorable and silly. I was left wishing the writing would have been better, then even this predictable story could have risen to another level.

George B (it) wrote: More twisted and fun than the first. I love the ending! I wish the rest of the series continued in this direction.

WK J (ru) wrote: Nothing here for anybody.

Arum Padma O (ru) wrote: i don't know what behind this colorful sequel of the devastating 400 blows, but it's an entertaining movie.

Jennifer P (kr) wrote: Joan Howell: I'd love to visit your apartment.Tom Milford: My apartment? Well, why mine?Joan Howell: The answer should be quite obvious, shouldn't it?Tom Milford: The fact of the matter is, mine is quite disorganized. I've been having maid trouble, too.Joan Howell: Well, I'll tell you what. You take me to your apartment and I'll show you what I can do with a vacuum cleaner. A cute if not at times somewhat ridiculous case of mistaken identity (kind of).

Dylan K (us) wrote: this movie has my new favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger part next to the Terminator of course but the characters are just so likeable and the pace is so even it's hard not to enjoy this movie

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