Shehata (Amr Saad) is the son of Ganainy (Mahmoud benign), who opened a shop and a fruit called the son Shehata. Shehata is suffering from the influence of his brothers and his bad treatment of severe jealousy of him and which ends Bmsah. The movie discusses the problem of the destruction of genuine Egyptian values and the bad case, which arrived in the community to it and see how the director Khaled Youssef effect on future output: Khaled Youssef (out) / Mohammed Hamdeen Sabahi (Assistant Director) New York: Nasser Al-Rahman (the author of - Script Writer) Release Date : May 20, 2009 AD . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sylvester K (mx) wrote: Ultra low budget horror film from South Africa, it is actually quite good consider the low production value. The ending is not all that great but you can really appreciate the effort went into making this.
Amy P (us) wrote: Riveting from beginning to end. Very hitchcockian.
Mi T (ru) wrote: MANE DIS SHIT FREAK MEH OUT 4 REAL MANE DAT KILLA GO (CRAZY)
Hollie W (es) wrote: Good movie, not the best ending
Jay C (us) wrote: I loved this movie except for the end. It felt like the ending from the Titanic to me - I thought I was cheated.
Thomas P (br) wrote: Au Hasard Balthazar is realism formed poetry, a statement of the feebleness of humans, but also the gentry of them.
Lisa S (kr) wrote: i watched this cuz everyone hated it. its ok if you dont think its gonna be really good.
Roger R (de) wrote: Love this kind of boys own adventure when it is very well done and with a bit of complexity. The true story is what the Captain of the Graf Spee did after the story of the film concludes. The film is nicely layered to bring into the equation the importance of disinformation and diplomacy and the interest it sparked in the USA in the issues in the War
Robyn M (ca) wrote: Make no mistake that unlike the previous film The Abandoned is polished, features stunning cinematography and a haunting score. What it doesn't have is any real entertainment value or true sense of logic. The film works best as horrifically beautiful sequences and hauntingly grotesque images. Some of which will be permanently burned into your psyche.
James S (gb) wrote: Iron Man is the yardstick for what a superhero movie should be. Robert Downey Jr and Jeff Bridges knock it out of the park as hero Tony Stark and villain Obidiah Stane respectively with Gweneth Paltow giving a great performance as Tony Stark's girl friday Pepper Potts. Director Jon Favreau, who is seriously underrated, gets it perfect and it really a shame that he didn't get to do more of these movies aside from above average Iron Man 2.Overall a must see even if you aren't a typical comic book fan, this is a movie that transcends the genre and is just an all around great film.
Sheridan P (it) wrote: Agreed! Will also abstain :)
Stephen K (es) wrote: This film is great, with a slew of memorable quotes like:"Climb the mountain""Bring my dress back here. I'm naked!""Computer chips ... it's the future""I only know one way to squeeze this trigger"Crispin Glover is gloriously frantic - just watch his nervous banter as the boys try to sneak into the bikini mud-wrestling bar - brilliant.The film also features the best/worst love making song ever - The First Time We Made Love.
Drew B (it) wrote: Star Wars Episode II Attack Of The Clones is often the Star Wars movie people tend to just not talk about. It is often stated to be to long and drawn out and with out the feel of Star Wars. Attack Of The Clones, though isn't a normal Star Wars. It is a love story and a mystery story. It's very romantic yet ominous. Plenty of nods to The Empire Strikes Back. Our heros are split up and we find our characters in a dark situation. The dialogue between Anakin and Padm is often laughed at. It is t the most real relation ship we would find in the real world. But think about it. Anakin has never really been with a girl he has the hot for before. He has spent the last 10 years in the Jedi Order where they say he has to be mindful of his feelings. He is going to come off very rough around the edges and akward. Episode II perfectly continues what Episode I left us off with despite the 10 year gap between the events of the two films. The Jedi are cautious to get involved in growing political tensions to not start a war. The Jedi are also being mindful of Anakin's training and trying to find the sith. The Mystery and investigating part of Episode II is truly the best part of the movie. Seeing what a Jedi investigation is like is very exciting. Episode II leaves many other mysteries to be left explained like Why and How the Cline Army was commissioned and why did Count Dooku leave the Jedi Order. Seeing Palpatine groom Anakin the way Anakin wants because he feel is he isn't getting the positive feedback from his Jedi Peers. Anakin's struggle in this film gives you the smallest taste of his inevitable fall from grace to be Darth Vader.