A group of teenage ruffians have been using any means to survive on their own in the streets of Chow Kit. But when their friend Tika is raped one day, this group of adolescents have to up the stakes and band together to seek justice and a solution to the problem or more lives will be taken. Meanwhile, on the other side, a former ex-member of the Chow Kit group who has recently been released from prison vows to start a new life, only to find himself dragged back into the past when he agrees to take on one last job for the gang. But when the job goes awry, he must choose between freedom and rotting in prison again.
- Stars:Muzhaffar Shah Shahrul Asran, Amar Delon, Yasmin Hani, Muhamad Izzam Izzudin, Beto Kusyairy, Lana Nordin, Nur Nadzirah Rosi, Mers Sia, Muhamad Izzam Syafiq,
- Director:Brando Lee, Rosihan Zain,
A group of teenage ruffians have been using any means to survive on their own in the streets of Chow Kit. But when their friend Tika is raped one day, this group of adolescents have to up the stakes and band together to seek justice and a solution to the problem or more lives will be taken. Meanwhile, on the other side, a former ex-member of the Chow Kit group who has recently been released from prison vows to start a new life, only to find himself dragged back into the past when he agrees to take on one last job for the gang. But when the job goes awry, he must choose between freedom and rotting in prison again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chow Kit torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I love the series an im excited to see it now
(au) wrote: Despite the powerful sense of place, "Sympathy for Delicious" unwinds a narrative thread that grows increasingly tattered and flimsy. I found this film had many flaws and it had a talented cast but i didn't find the film to live up to the potential it should have. I was dissapointed i say SKIP IT!!!
(fr) wrote: Though inspired and brilliantly crafted as it may be, Gaspar Noe's bleak and sullen outlook on humanity is often too much to bear.
(ca) wrote: Blue Valentine is a good diverge of regular romance stories that includes a snappy screenplay, good direction and brilliant acting. Cianfrance knows when to apply humour (which works to great affect due to Goslings brilliant comedic timing in particular) and when you make the tone more serious. Ryan Gosling is fantastic, he's almost playing two different characters, one charming and playful, the other unstable and kind of childish. Michelle Williams' character seems to always be moody apart from about 10 minutes of the film but she plays it well. Cianfrance trusts his audience with the film and allows us to figure things out for ourselves without telling us why things are as they are straight away. Switching between the two time zones is a little bit frustrating though as it changed the part of the story right when I was getting into the current one a couple of times towards the beginning. The only other problem I have is a spoiler related one so I'll put it below and you can read if you want, or not if you haven't seen it yet.They never properly mention whose child Frankie is. I think Dean knew it wasn't his but you never actually see any proper reaction and his relationship is so close to Frankie that I couldn't be one-hundred percent sure.
(mx) wrote: Superb tribute to the wonder and power of early cinema.
(au) wrote: Reign Over Me is Adam Sandler's first drama movie. Punch-Drunk Love may be a drama film, but it's an odd film that might as well be a dramedy. That's not to say that this film doesn't have funny moments, it does and most of the time, it comes from Don Cheadle and surprisingly Adam Sandler. The acting is great, but what might surprise viewers, is how amazing Adam Sandler is as a drama actor. He doesn't use the accent in here like he does in his comedies, and really gives it his all that really makes you feel sorry for his character. He's so good that I think he should've been at least nominated for an Oscar, I am dead serious. The characters are quite good, especially Adam Sandler's. The way Adam's character goes through with life, post 9-11, by just playing video games, is new to me, does it very effectively, smart, and it doesn't do it in a cheap way. The story is really good, and it's really the chemistry between Don Cheadle and Adam Sandler that is the main highlight of this film. Reign Over Me proves that Adam Sandler is a terrific drama actor and that he should be in more films like this instead of comedy movies.
(fr) wrote: Such a FUNNY movie it had me choking on my popcorn.
(ru) wrote: This random recommendation from Netflix was a really nice surprise!
(gb) wrote: HORRIBLE DOESN'T BEGIN TO DESCRIBE IT...regardless of how important the subject matter is. Once the accusation has been made by a child, the legal system does have a tendency to err on the side of the minor, even when in many cases it is the adult that is the victim of a malicious child. In any case, the movie was not even amateurish, it was horrendous. The acting was at best pathetic, the dialogue was contrived and must have been written on signs that were put in front of the actors prior to being read.Overall, a terrible movie, don't waste your time or money
(it) wrote: Funniest movie ever!
(jp) wrote: Strong performances with a little comedy make this tragedy incredibly watchable. The film is strongest in the performances of its leading ladies. The man who plays Larenz Tate isn't horrible, but he was somewhat miscast for the star Frankie. He shines immensely as the Frankie that the women knew later on. The singing on the part of Tate is dubbed and can feel a little unbelievable. However, the story itself is a very dramatic tale of loss and want. I don't actually know how accurate the stories are because I am not a historian of Frankie Lymon, but it is very effective as a final product on-screen. The best of the three women is Vivica A. Fox as Elizabeth Waters. She just has the attitude that I would expect from someone who lived the life she lived. Halle Berry is also very strong in the movie and actually has my favorite scene in the movie. My favorite scene is when she finds out that Frankie left her home to rot, and she returns home to realize that everything she worked for was gone. It is an emotionally gripping scene made more real/effective by the choice of little audio and really good cinematography (the bit with the window reflections is amazing). It captures the immense sorrow that the character felt and translates it into something that the audience can feel. The weakest of the three ladies is Lela Rochon, but that has more to do with the fact that her character is the least compelling. The others all had things that Frankie did to them, but Emira Eagle was the wife that he left as a widow (you really do get the feeling from her performance that Emira loved Frankie). Another really good scene was the scene of Frankie's death. It is another that is really chilling and emotionally heavy. The film has some lighthearted comedy bits to take the viewer out of an emotional state (an effective move when the audience knows that the subject died early via an overdose). This effectively makes the audience want to root for the character and hope that the ending is changed. Finally, the differences in emotion, time-period, location, etc. are all captured really well via the soundtrack and cinematography. Some might say that the movie falls apart at the end. I disagree. This movie shows a life falling apart after he is no longer a star, shows him get slightly back up on his feet, shows him truly on his feet in a good marriage and home (to Emira), and then has the world fall apart all over again after told by his former manager that he will never be a star again. It is effective at showing that Frankie needed to be a star and needed the stage. Thus, we feel the movie falls apart as his life does and then we understand the reasoning for ending that life. All in all, this movie is immensely effective in every way and remains to be one of my favorite movies. It is highly recommended for anyone, but especially fans of the "doomed star" movies.
(ca) wrote: Fled is a pleasant surprise! Cheap and cheerful it may be, but its none the less entertaining. The chemistry between Fishburne and Baldwin doesn't entirely feel natural, but it still works and is the source of most of the big laughs. Meanwhile the action is suitably revved up and simple to keep you going through its relatively short running time!Major props to Hayek -- can this woman do any wrong?! as usual adding another star to the review!!
(kr) wrote: OMG be prepared, this movie is wet your pants funny
(ru) wrote: This is a good movie.
(kr) wrote: please...if you want to live, don't see it!!;)
(br) wrote: A film based around the Swedish pop group ABBA's 1977 tour of Australia, in which a reporter spends the entire film trying to get an interview with the band. The lead in this film is best known for playing the title character in the Australian situation comedy, Hey Dad!The story is rather weak, but the concert footage was nostalgic for me since the music of ABBA was the first pop music that I got to know. Nostalgia was had seeing how the city I live in looked in the late 1970s.
(ag) wrote: Chaplin generates little sympathy. His broad-mannered antics, as a many-aliased fop on the make for impressionable matrons.
(gb) wrote: A ferociously filmed and blood pumping apocalyptic adventure, Stakeland has strong, desperate characters and raging, feral monsters that are much more intimidating than the wandering zombies in most films.
(kr) wrote: The first 50 minutes are surprisingly enjoyable. Indeed the production values and the villain actors remain entertaining throughout. And the world building of Waterworld is well implemented, even if the scripting could use improvement. Unfortunately there's a lot of stupid and dull moments as the film continues.
(au) wrote: 7/1/2016: After the first hour I wasn't impressed about a story surrounding a bunch of arrogant kids and a win streak. From there the story and characters really developed and made for a good movie. The cast was very good.