Sorn, a multiracial photographer, is assigned by his editor to take pictures of Laos, where he’s reluctant to go. Even though, Sorn is half-Laotian, going back to his homeland is never on his mind. Sorn arrives at Pak-Cher town where he hires a guide, Noi to take him out to the best picture spots in Laos. They go from LeePee waterfall, Korn-Papeang, all the way to See-Pun hill, which is an island on the Mae Khong River. Unfortunately, it’s Noi’s first time being a tour guide. She keeps taking them in the wrong direction. They have to ride and cruise all over. As a result, Sorn have to go back to his childhood home. By the time he gets there, Sorn finds out that his remaining family still remembers him more than 10 years later and welcomes him with open arms. Sorn gradually sees Laos as his own home. At the same time, Sorn develops a crush on Noi and treats her like a princess. However, believing that Sorn leave, Noi tries to avoid seeing Sorn as much as possible.
Sabaidee Luang Prabang is a 2008 romantic drama film directed by Sakchai Deenan and starring Ananda Everingham. It was the first commercial film shot in Laos since the country adopted communism in 1975. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Christine D (it) wrote: It was ok. At some funny moments but overall not that great for a story. It wasn't at all what I expected it to be.
James B (nl) wrote: Very significant subject matter.
Michael V (us) wrote: "How in the heck Juliette Binoche didn't get nominated by the Oscars in this very well-done movie?" Only words that came out of my mouth right after the movie. William Shimell is great too but Binoche owns the hell out of this movie from scene 1.
Janifer C (gb) wrote: Think of a Thai Spaghetti Western with rockets. Add to that martial arts, and that's pretty much what you get. The whole nasally sound of the talking was driving me nuts, in a bad way.
Silje H (es) wrote: I dont know why, but I dont like seeing it alone.. but I love the movie... nei, alt trenger ikke ha en happy-ending....
Brandon C (us) wrote: God! Haunting and complex! I mean, wow!
Thomas A (au) wrote: I have watched several Nazi-themed movies that the story of Hitler becomes somewhat cliche. While it is a good interpretation of the Fuhrer's life, it puts too much focus on his relationship with his half-niece Geli Raubal and the Hanfstaengl couple..while his friendships with Heinrich Himmler and Albert Speer were not even mentioned.
Cancelled U (au) wrote: Fun for all ages(probably), and even better since you still find a few Dangerfield-type jokes.
Austin C (us) wrote: Action sequences were well done, Timothy Dalton makes James Bond a total bad-rear, the song "If You Ask Me To" by Patti LaBelle, I didn't mind. The PG-13 rating works. It looks like they push the limits at certain points but I think it still works. A 59% audience rating is too low. "Licence to Kill", I think, is criminally underrated. Timothy Dalton closes his run as James Bond on a good note.
Lisa S (fr) wrote: A wonderful kids movie full of hope and life lessons! I even enjoyed it, and I'm not a kid anymore.
Jack W (ca) wrote: With its decision to abandon the fantastic formula of the programme, Bean is a rubbish excuse of what could have been a great film.
Kyle H (nl) wrote: Even as an admirable fan of gritty, adult-oriented, racially charged, sexist cartoons I didn't fall to the ground and praise Bakshi for this one. However, the parts that are spot-on are that and more so while the rest trails at places but still packs an occasional punch. Also, this is obviously part of the inspiration for the live-action comedy film-noir that was "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"
Rachel S (us) wrote: I can never tire of this movie.
Yordan S (fr) wrote: very funny and very good message to all
Tyler B (ca) wrote: Road House in a tractor and trailer pretty much but with more of a complex story, characters and explosions in it. Swayze is kind of bored but the supporting cast including musicians Randy Travis and Meat Loaf (Who steals the film as a crazy underground crime lord who's obsessed with the bible for some odd reason,) make it worth watching. It's a very cheap movie though and you can feel how the lack of money hurt the film. Ten years earlier in Patrick's heyday this would have had at least 5 million more and had a bigger release, but for what it is it isn't too bad. Be prepared for a slow burner but with satisfying action.