Geng: The Adventure Begins
Two best friends, Badrol and Lim went to Badrol's village (kampong) where he grew up, with intentions to experience some long-forgotten true Malaysian life in his Grandfather's durian orchard. However their simple holiday trip is cut short by the discovery of a clue that leads them closer to the legend of the mystery house deep in the forest. Together with their newly found friends, Rajoo the animal-whispering boy, Rose the village beauty, and her two mischievous twin brothers, Upin and Ipin, they work together to unravel the secrets surrounding the small Kampong.
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Geng: The Adventure Begins torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Great storyline. Action packed.
(it) wrote: It's a crap... haha but it's really funny... I mean it's... really funny... real funny... lmao
(es) wrote: Very forgettable although the title might suggest otherwise
(nl) wrote: A movie that kinda just coasts along with a cool concept, but doesn't really nail the execution. Some decent atmosphere, but not a whole lot actually goes on. I do like the box art, it's pretty cool. Could have been called "Spooky People Standing in The Distance".
(ag) wrote: Potent emotions about time lost and the selfishness of individualism. The climactic argument must surely define Liv Ullmann as one of the finest actresses of all time.
(ag) wrote: Very eeeeeeenteresting
(nl) wrote: This movie reteams the director, writers, and stars of "Adam's Rib". Both movies are battles of the sexes, but this one is much milder than the previous. It pales in comparison, both as a drama, a comedy, and in number of memorable moments. It's still worth checking out, though. The Hepburn/Tracy chemistry is always a plus. No two actors were ever better equipped to represent their genders on film (in my opinion). Aldo Ray is kinda cute and funny as the dumb-as-rocks heavyweight fighter, and a young Chuck Bronson makes an appearance as a hired good. I'm not sure the romantic resolution was staged and prepped as well it should have been, but with Kate and Spence it doesn't take much convincing anyway.
(it) wrote: An uninvolving musical that I did not care for at all. All style and very very little substance is what describes this "movie". I personally found Across the Universe hard to get through and its musical numbers put a halt in the movie and didn't entertain because they were uninvolving. The movie 97% of the time was just a bunch of music videos and no original music to accompany it. Now I love The Beatles and think they are one of the best bands to ever walk the planet, but filling the whole film with music from The Beatles with actors who can't match the vocal talents of The Beatles themselves was a huge mistake. The cast of the film to me lacked any real star power because these people did not leave any impression and there is not one memorable character or performance throughout the whole movie. The acting was just plain most of the way through and the emotional moments feel forced and unearned. The story has no real hook to it and it is just pushed more and more to the wayside as it goes on in favor of singing and dancing that drags and drags more and more as it goes on. Jim Sturgess and Evan Rachel Wood fail to provide any interesting or compelling relationship on screen and the dialogue was just plain and average all the way through. Forget about the other characters because the rest are there most of the time to sing another Beatles song or to provide to the screen an unnecessary character that didn't even need to be in the movie. Musicals are great to me when they are done right and this film showcases everything I don't like about musicals. The best musicals are the ones that can offer brilliant original music, compelling characters, and an interesting story. Like The Wizard of Oz, Singin in the Rain, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, and La La Land all brilliant musicals not just because of the musical numbers but because they have elements to be emotionally invested in and a gripping hook that Across the Universe sadly lacks. Director Julie Taymor fails to do anything challenging here and it feels more safe and held back in the way the story is told. The whole middle portion I swear to god just lagged and I was sitting down wondering if all the filmmakers cared about was just showing flashy musical numbers because it sure seemed like it. Forget about story, just be entertained by these uninspired music videos. I hate to be this harsh over this movie but it is just how I feel about it. I went in only knowing I was going to hear Beatles music and when the movie ended, that was all I heard and nothing else. A forgettable story, unmemorable characters, and unnecessary subplots make Across the Universe a chore to sit through. Great cinematography from Bruno Delbonnel and worthy production values are the only good things to take away here. I suppose people can just enjoy the movie for the musical sequences alone, but when I watch a movie, I want more under the surface than just flashy stylish scenes.