Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns

Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns

Apartment 609 is still haunted by the ghost of a spurned young woman (Chermarn "Ploy" Boonyasak). And this causes problems for a bumbling gang of bank robbers whose loot has somehow found its way to that room. Yuthert, who did Sai Lor Fah (Pattaya Maniac) and Killer Tattoo is up to his usual tricks of putting a cast of comedians, including Somchai Saktikul (who apparently as agreed to star in every single Thai comedy film made in 2004 and 2005), Supakon Srisawat, Phan Rojanarungsri and Bunpoj Weerarat, through their paces, combining elements from the action, horror and crime genres with slapstick. Thai hearthrob Kris Srepoomseth returns as the college boy Ake. For seducing Ratree, he had both his legs amputated. He’s in for more disfigurement in this episode.

Apartment 609 is still haunted by the ghost of a spurned young woman (Chermarn "Ploy" Boonyasak). And this causes problems for a bumbling gang of bank robbers whose loot has somehow found its way to that room. Yuthert, who did Sai Lor Fah (Pattaya Maniac) and Killer Tattoo is up to his usual tricks of putting a cast of comedians, including Somchai Saktikul (who apparently as agreed to star in every single Thai comedy film made in 2004 and 2005), Supakon Srisawat, Phan Rojanarungsri and Bunpoj Weerarat, through their paces, combining elements from the action, horror and crime genres with slapstick. Thai hearthrob Kris Srepoomseth returns as the college boy Ake. For seducing Ratree, he had both his legs amputated. He’s in for more disfigurement in this episode. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns torrent reviews

Steven W (de) wrote: I stand corrected. They should have stopped at two movies. This wes as boring as paint drying and a cheesy way to end a trilogy. Sadly, this probably isn't the last movie. If you've seen the first to STOP and don't watch this one

Dave J (kr) wrote: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 (2011) The River Murders THRILLER Straight-to-rental movie starring Ray Liotta as homicidal detective Jack Verdon getting himself involved with a series of murders all with only one thing in common, and that is they were all victims he used to have affairs with making him the number suspect. And yes, it's one of those movies where the serial killer is outsmarting the police. And yes, it's one of those films where he leaves clues which no one can't really solve. And yes, it's one of those movies where the police are unable to work together. And yes, the movie drags. Vine Rymes also stars as police chief but is just as clueless as the rest of the police. I used a fast forward button while playing and the ending was totally lame since as it turns out the guy that was doing the killing might really be his actual son leaving viewers with more questions than answers. 1/2 out of 4 stars

Tom M (mx) wrote: Iron Man 2 has most of the problems all bad sequels have and that is it feels like Iron Man 1.5.

Joe F (kr) wrote: Not even Robert Englund could save this crock of shit.

Derek B (us) wrote: This movie was a disaster. The acting is an absolute nightmare and the plot was a joke. The editing this movie had was a train wreck. One minute your seeing one person in the shot and then in the blink of an eye there are four people in the shot. There are also a ton of shots that try to be artsy but just come off as lazy and stupid. This movie was just disappointing, I actually expected more out of a movie from the 8 films to die for. Don't waste your time on this piece of crap.

Joey R (ca) wrote: Beavis and Butt-head, man. Beavis and Butt-head. These guys were an era.

Troy K (br) wrote: Still holds up pretty well.

Dorianator F (us) wrote: Pretty great, artsy movie. But, it was too artsy. I didn't understand the symbols. But, it was a good movie about a woman getting over her husband and daughters death.

James D (ag) wrote: Ol' fav of mine. Hooked on the music.

Robert R (de) wrote: Comedy and drama may not always blend smoothly together in Amy Heckerling's seminal teen classic, but thanks in no small part to Sean Penn's legendary Spicoli spiel, "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" maintains an overall air of enjoyment.

Mark W (es) wrote: For all it was just over an hour long it felt liked it went on a whole lot longer! The film lacked quite a lot of excitement and build as the entire middle section just felt like badly acted mindless drivel, with very little focus on a monster and more on the bank robbers... The final ten minutes however brought the focus too the beast but it was too little to late to save this one!

Jullian T (gb) wrote: how is billy west in this if he was born in 1950, and this movie came out in 1933??

Guruprem K (br) wrote: This is an very insightful and well executed motion picture.

Heidi W (jp) wrote: ok but not my type of film...defenitly one for the boys