Chum thaang rot fai phii

Chum thaang rot fai phii

Five teenagers : Joke (the gang-leader), transvestite Ake, Mued the junkie, Kai the big mouth and June, insolently rob a kindergarten. During the police chase, their get-away car swerves ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Thai
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   ghost,  

Five teenagers : Joke (the gang-leader), transvestite Ake, Mued the junkie, Kai the big mouth and June, insolently rob a kindergarten. During the police chase, their get-away car swerves ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee M (nl) wrote: This is a return to the B horror flicks that we used to see on the old Friday night fright fest television shows years ago. And that's not intended as a negative (or a positive for that matter).

Bruno L (ru) wrote: That movie sucked pretty bad. The action scenes were not good, the fights were ridiculous and the car chasing ended out of the blue. The acting was OK but not great. Most of the movie was just scenes with a lot of people dancing and drinking at the club. The scene which the main character meets a girl on the beach was pretty much dull and added nothing to the story.

scott g (us) wrote: jackie chan stars in this entertaining piece from hong kong from 4 years back, all his stunts are present, and a interesting and engageing story draws you in, some touching and funny moments also, as he and his partner in crime get to know the baby of the story

Trevor C (au) wrote: This movie is great, but it is the most depressing movie ever.

RajanSatish P (de) wrote: Ultimately, the real problem with the film is that is consistently fails to make sense,Harvey Keitel and Kate Winslet cannot help this movie falling apart

tamara s (au) wrote: it was a good movie, but i hate how there are no subtitles. it made following along difficult. there were some funny parts to this, but it was mostly sad cuz theres alot of family violence in this movie-both from rajiv and ganga's dad. what irks me most about indian movies is that they portray women as defenseless and weak-willed (ie, ganga cries alot when she should be fighting back). its strange that i havent been able to figure this out, even though i did a report recently about indian movies and the stuff behind them. other then the violence stuff, the music was pretty good (mere piya, and yeh dil), and all the actors did a good job-even that backtabbing 'auntie'.

Bradley W (us) wrote: Courage Under Fire is a incredibly tenseful thriller, and its also a mystery of the death of a soldier. The plot cares about the main character and that made the film very likable, then we switch to this mysterious circumstance of a soldiers death and the film really gets intense and I could tell that what they were going for. As for the cast, Denzel Washington is brilliant as usual and the scenes with Meg Ryan were very memorable, these two performances saved the films ensemble cast and it just seems like if Edward Zwick makes any film then it will automatically have incredible acting. The film is one of the best films directed by Edward Zwick even if I did have some problems with how the film follows up, and when I say that I mean I guess I was hoping for a more shoking conclusion. But this is me complaining about a great film that I highly reccomend.

Jessina V (us) wrote: This is Angelina before she was famous.

Sally Z (gb) wrote: I saw this when I was a little kid. I don't remember it now, but I have vague memories of not liking the ending.

Nuo F (nl) wrote: Pelcula antigua pero que no por ello deja de ser entretenida y divertida y con gracia

Max B (ru) wrote: This is a crazy, amazing, mess of a movie. There's this unbelievable bit with a dog, and such reckless abandon to the whole thing. It's one of my favorite movies.

Ollie M (jp) wrote: Really well done. Never understood why the bad reviews. I guess some don't know the real LA like Ellroy.

Ed C (ag) wrote: One line summary: Five men with temporary memory loss guess their roles in a kidnapping. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Jean Jacket wakes up in a closed room where the one exit is locked by passcode. Other prisoners are present, and most seem worse for the wear. Jean Jacket pounds on the door and raises a holler or ten, but gets no attention. He takes a phone call, and takes notes, but seems not to know what it was about. Broken Nose, Bound Man, Handcuffed Man, and Rancher Shirt wake up soon there after, and the four of them try to figure out who they are and why they are together. Elsewhere, Eliza cooperates with law enforcement to get her husband back. Snakeskin Boots intercepts the hostage money and eludes the police; he calls the trapped men and tells them he will meet with them before sundown. Bound Man finds a gun, but Jean Jacket takes it away from him. They discover instructions about the toxic gas stored in canister around the rooms. It can cause temporary memory loss in small doses. Broken Nose begins to remember a bit later; he was one of the abductees. He talks to Rancher Shirt, the other abductee. Rancher Shirt tries to get the gun from Jean Jacket, but fails. Broken Nose frees Bound Man, and the anger rises and partial memories surface. Jean Jacket gives Handcuffed Man some water, but cannot get the handcuffs off. The last two kidnappers are coming with the money. Two cops are tailing them with mixed success. Erin is in despair about losing her husband. The men in the room with memory loss are cooperating to find a way out before the kidnappers come. How does this pan out? Be prepared for twists and turns as the memories surface.-------Scores------- Cinematography: 8/10 No problems. Sound: 9/10 Well done. Acting: 7/10 Jim Caviezel, Bridget Moynihan, Peter Stormare, and Joe Pantoliano were excellent. On the other hand, Greg Kinnear was unconvincing as usual; with every line he speaks, I look for an indication that it's a joke or a bluff. I only believe his insincerity. Jeremy Sisto disappoints as always. Screenplay: 9/10 Kept me guessing to the end.