Datin ghairah

Datin ghairah


From the team that brought you "Jalang" comes this new De Baron comedy. Datin Gharirieyah, better known as Datin Ghairah (Maria Farida), is the widow of wealthy Malaysian businessman Dato' Mahfuz (Aaron Aziz). She seeks to expand the family's financial empire with the help of retired military man Captain Loqman (Hairee Othman). Her family's safety is also assured with the presence of a bodyguard named Bob (Yank Kassim). Meanwhile, Sufian (Faizal Hussein) who was a friend of Dato' Mahfuz, tries to court Datin Ghairah to his business advantage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Datin ghairah torrent reviews

Mike C (us) wrote: Pretty good love story about growing old but it's a bit more than that. It's a tale of how society has changed and a question of if all the changes are for the better.Cromwell's character lives on a 2,000 acre farm with his wife, who is beginning to loser her memory and physical abilities. In an effort to keep that marriage going, he decides to build a small home on the property. He encounters problem after problem when dealing with government regulations. It becomes a question of how all the micromanaging can affect us. Even when he proves his work's value, it's still not good enough for the government. How can that be?So finally, it's a movie about principle. What do you do when you know you're right and doing something for the right reasons. It's slow and the characters never to a terrible lot, but it's just a nice drama.

Suraj N (de) wrote: A movie which is as dull as it's main protagonist, Sonam Kapoor. The only saviors are Amt trivedi and Abhay Deol.

Kevin N (us) wrote: Meh, it was ok, nothing special.

Don S (br) wrote: Don't know much about gambling - and after watching this I still don't. The machinations of making a "line move" don't make sense to me. However, despite the topic, Rebecca Hall has an infectious innocence and charm and bowls you over as Beth. Bruce Willis is good in everything - one of my favs - and Laura Prepon gets nekkid. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!

Janette R (ag) wrote: I like how the story goes back and forth.

John S (kr) wrote: When seeing the previews I thought that this would be a very funny movie. But no, I was heavily dissappointed. Once Queen Latifah is introduced, the story just continues to go down-hill to where you just want to stop the movie because of how lame it is. It's a shame too because I generally really like Steve Martin and Queen Latifah. But this movie just didn't do well at all.

Jill W (kr) wrote: A great film about youngsters who will dance to save their place

Simono K (nl) wrote: The film is pretty average perhaps even below average in parts even for HK action movies of its time. It follows the usual generic Bad Guys Vs Good Guys Vs Character Confusion story line. Some of the fights are ok but there's definitely better available elsewhere plus Donnie Yen isn't in it enough. Yes, Donnie Yen ... Iron Monkey ... he's almost like a supporting character ... hmmm.Camera work is pretty sloppy even by old HK action movies standards.Pretty dull ... rent Yuen Woo Ping's film instead.

Crystal G (jp) wrote: a favorite of mine for 20 years lol

Jamie F (au) wrote: In depth look into the lives of some hoarding record collectors.

Lee M (it) wrote: A sincere, intelligent, and effectively acted independent feature whose historical import as a peripheral civil-rights document can't be understated.

Paul D (jp) wrote: Ordinary western with Gary Cooper adding presence, but he can do nothing for the storyline.

Fong K (ca) wrote: viewed on 22/7/04 (Thurs)After that nearly four hours of Seven Samurai, I am all ready to watch this one at ... 88 minutes! And I always thought Akira's movies are lengthy. While watching this 1950 movie, I remember those days as a stage actor. The film is very stagey and if ever there is an effort of bringing the film on stage, there is hardly anything will change in what we see on the screen.But I like the dialogue. Now there is a thing about dialogue in some stage plays portraying similar emotions in the film. It tends to focus too much on the dramatic effect. Think Qiong Yao and you will know what I mean. Here the dialogue sounds like it but it is simple and easily brings out the emotions of the characters.Now many people will know that this movie is basically about accounts of three parties involved in an abduction and possibly a rape. Their accounts don't tally at all and in fact to make matters complicated, there is actually a fourth account. Now I am just amazed that a simple setting with three characters, a few props like a dagger, two swords and a rope can tell a story of four different variations. In the end, it is rather pointless to debate who is telling the truth and who is not. The coda suggests that there is no whole truth and whole lie. We are made up of shades of them. It also goes on to mull over a bigger thought - men will choose dishonesty, sometimes even to oneself, over faith in mankind. Still, the finale ends on a hopeful note.Some movies are made to last forever. I think Akira's movies have this impact on many viewers. Rating: A-

Graceann M (gb) wrote: Delicious pre-code Women in Prison picture - it could have been pure exploitation but instead it crackles with dialogue that would have been unthinkable just a year later.

Simon W (nl) wrote: Fascinating and stunning, especially in 3D.

Joe S (nl) wrote: Very funny and holds up even now

Justin P (it) wrote: There isn't enough material in the movie to be rooting for the protagonist, and the rocky narrative doesn't have any real payoff. Though, at its core it's still a very charming movie.

Bambi D (it) wrote: It was great! Touching, honest and captivating.

Lell G (mx) wrote: Started OK with some doubts about why the friend would be so supportive but was just an excuse to show brutal and disgusting torture of a girl with no real substance or reason why.