Duk dum dui

Duk dum dui

In exchange for a big sum of money, four Thai guys went to Africa to investigate a region where mysterious murders are occurring. Armed with carbines and just enough courage, they try to put some light on these inexplicable events. However, things get more complicated than expected when their travel bus has some mechanical problems, giving them no other choice but to go all the way by foot and that decision is a bad one as they meet up with cannibals.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Thai
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:africa,   thai,  

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Thomas W (fr) wrote: A bleak story about a lone hunter's hunting excursion gone awry, A Single Shot is all that is needed to change John Moon's (Sam Rockwell - Moon) life forever. Deep in the backwoods of a poor and relatively uneducated area of the country like Appalachia, John reacts unwisely in a poor situation which brings more and more trouble to his already difficult life. Instead of explaining away an accident to the locals in his small town, he decides to cover-it-up (very poorly) which leads to his mental prowess unraveling as he desperately tries to keep stories straight and his ex-wife (Kelly Reilly - Sherlock Holmes) quickly begins suspecting he is up to something when she realizes he acts rather oddly in certain company. A small-time, bumbling lawyer (Wiliam H. Macy - Fargo) complicates things instead of helping them and distrust of John's friend Simon (Jeffrey Wright - Casino Royale) and a new man in town (Jason Isaacs - Green Zone) causes John to become all sorts of paranoid. The film is gritty but fairly predictable. Rockwell tends to make small indies few have heard about but are worth seeing and this isn't necessarily the case here.

Joe J (mx) wrote: Nice movie with touching love story among the many interesting characters. Early Ellen Page a plus.

pedro t (de) wrote: This film left me speechless with joy afterwards, it completely blew me away...one of the most incredibly tense films Ive ever watched...please, anyone who loves films find it and cherish it.

William H (mx) wrote: I thought this movie was slightly better than the first one and had an interesting story line. It was worth watching and enjoyed watching it.

Danny O (de) wrote: Was OK but left soooo many open plot holes. Just created questions ans answered nothing.

geraldine p (ru) wrote: enjoyed this a great deal.

Joe S (br) wrote: not as good as the first one too unbelievable to belive the story thats for sure !!

Robbie T (br) wrote: I liked it. I really liked it. Underrated with a big fat 20% on the tomatometer. Sure he's way too old for the role, and sure it's not very realistic by today's standards, but it is thoroughly entertaining and endlessly quotable and I do recommend it.

Shane D (us) wrote: Not packing the same heat as its sisters ??Coffy?? or ??Foxy Brown??, Cleopatra Jones suffers mainly because of the fact it doesn??t star Pam Grier. That being said, the alternative is refreshing, but ultimately, Tamara Dobson pales in comparison. Generally speaking, what makes a Blaxploitation film stand out from the rest is the music, the over-the-top violence and the boobs?which probably only the music scores a huge hit here. Still, it resides nicely as one of the more memorable of 70s black cinema icons, even if the film itself isn??t as strong as nostalgia would have it known. Still worth watching if you are a lover of this genre/time of cinema.

Debbie P (it) wrote: Pinky was directed by Elia Kazan and stars Jeanne Crain, Ethel Barrymore and Ethel Waters. Crain plays a young woman who is black but is fair skinned and can pass as a white woman. She returns to her home town after being away to study to become a nurse. A sick and frail Ethel Barrymore needs her care, and reluctuntly agrees to the job after her grandmother persudes her to do so. This film is so ahead of its time (it was released in 1949), with its racial issues and the acting is wonderful.

Emily B (es) wrote: There's a reason I hate dolls.

Danielle C (ca) wrote: One of my favorite high school movies!