Bukit Kepong

Bukit Kepong


The dramatisation of a Communist Terrorist assault on a rural Federation of Malaya Police station at Bukit Kepong, Muar, Johor, of then Malaya, on February 23, 1950, during the height of the First Malayan Emergency, 1948-1960. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marcus C (ru) wrote: Lots of fun! Good message about friendship and the modern world. Check it out!

Meleki S (de) wrote: dont waste 83 minutes of your life.

Isaac H (ru) wrote: Nice movie. Took me back

John M (ca) wrote: A brilliant portrayal, in my humble estimation.

Duby D (kr) wrote: I witnessed the triumph of this film from the beginning to end but, it was not an easy road for me to get at that state of mind. It starts slowly like an orchestra and wraps up in a crescendo of rebirth. I was uncomfortable at times with some scenes yet I felt they were completely relevant to the story line. This film's premise and subject matter is very torrid and twisted yet poetically bouts between the absurd and metaphorical.

Sonia P (br) wrote: Always a good movie to chill and laugh for a change.

Private U (br) wrote: I have not seen anything like this, and I would like to see more. I expect a lot of viewers would find the second half too long and slow, but I would like to be able to invent a potion that would enable anyone to quiet down to the place where you can just dream along with that second half, enjoying the alien voice of the shaman tiger ghost and the shimmering of the tree over the transfiguring cow in the jungle night.Addendum: the first half is completely different aside from featuring the same two actors in roles that may or may not be related to their roles in the second half. It feels more conventional, in that a lot more is going on, and yet it is also unlike most things I've seen. It feels at once naive and worldly - not just in the innocent, near-chaste relationship between two gay guys, but in all of its facets: the dialogue, the production values - it could be amateur documentary, except for the regular sense of the poetic voice and crafty hand of the author here and there. Wow, check out that sentence. Anyway. The first half is wonderful in its own way, and I neglected to mention it earlier because the second half is kind of a show stealer.

Eric H (de) wrote: I found this movie to be a realistic film. I had refused to see it in the theater because I figured that it would just be another bad war movie. I was wrong. Mel Gibson delivers a powerful performance. I especially enjoy how his frankness, and compassion feel believable for the character he protrays..

Adam R (es) wrote: A decent but mild romantic comedy. (First viewing - Teen years)

Janetta B (it) wrote: this movie was a tear jerker

Giuseppe P (us) wrote: "Ogni scarpa ha una camminata. Ognicamminata una diversa concezione del mondo". Il film della consacrazione di Moretti come autore vero, nevrotico a volte logorroico del cinema italiano, capace di dar vita ad un'aspra critica verso la societ moderna in modo nuovo e intelligente. L'opera pu essere scomposta in innumerevoli scene da antologia nelle quali vi sono elementi riocrrenti come i dolci, le scarpe, i rapporti di coppia, le canzoni. Uno spirito osservativo che guarda al quotidiano, puntando l'indice contro l'effimero.

Paul D (us) wrote: Granger plays the high society murderer well in a good thriller which has a cult feel all the way through.

Allan C (gb) wrote: There's some great talent in front of and bend the camera here with William A. Wellman directing Joel McCrea (as Buffalo Bill) Maureen O'Hara, Linda Darnell, Anthony Quinn and Edgar Buchanan, which made me think this film would be better. Still, this romanticized and not exactly historically accurate version of Buffalo Bill Cody's life entertaining enough and certainly worth watching for western fans.

Ron C (ru) wrote: Saw with Hana at arthouse

Renee S (ca) wrote: Go see it at REEL AWARENESS Nov 23

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