Handle Me with Care
Kwan is a guy who lives in a small village in Lumpang. He's been called by the local people that "the special" because he has two left arms. All the time, Kwan is proud to be the special as his mother always encourages him to live with his extra arm. But, when his mother dies, Kwan realizes that his unusual arm is just a useless thing. He wants to have an operation to cut off his extra left arm. On the way to Bangkok to process the operation, Kwan accidentally meets a girl named Na. Finally, both journey together, and Kwan begins to feel like a special once again when he starts to fall in love with Na.
Kwan (Kiatkamol Lata), a three-armed guy, was shocked to learn that his Uncle Tawee, his personal tailor, has passed away. He decides to go to Bangkok in order to undergo an operation to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Handle Me with Care torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: All kinds of bizarre but undeniably beautiful and fascinating.
(gb) wrote: Terrible low-budget crap-fest. The acting is a bit better than usual for these. Few redeeming features. Devil-worshippers on a beer budget. Simply awful.
(us) wrote: ...great film on current issue of extremism - how those with no criminal record, or obvious links to terrorism, turn toward extremism today! Worthwhile - see it! :-)
(it) wrote: Why won't Larry the Cable Guy die?
(es) wrote: Owen Wilson, you're on my list of people I'm officially sick of. So's your brother.
(de) wrote: Nice try Mean Girls wannabe
(ca) wrote: jus luvin native movies!!
(nl) wrote: Loved this book as a kid. My kids are watching it on TV now and it is such an awful version. I hope if it ever gets re-made they stay more faithful to the book - including the cold war feel to it and the sense that Meg and her family are part of an emerging world in which women can be intelligent and professional scientists. I think that a big part of what went wrong with this production is that they attempted to "update" it. I think it resonates with contemporary audiences, but it does so through its themes. Changing the story to make it "contemporary" ruined it if you ask me.
(ru) wrote: It's no BATTLE ROYALE (or even RUNNING MAN), but I'd recommended it over HUNGER GAMES
(au) wrote: shit really, just like vinnie
(us) wrote: Not bad looking. With a superb script by Gore Vidal and Francis Ford Coppula and directed by Rene Clement. Filmed in Panavision(was Oscar nominated for its stunning black and white cimematopgraphy),this film boasts an all star cast which features Charles Boyer,Leslie Caron,Glenn Ford,Henry Fonda,Robert Stack and a execptional performance by Kirk Douglas as General Patton. Be forewarned here since this picture runs over three hours long.
(au) wrote: Beautifully told, handsomely filmed, and magnificently mounted story of W.A.Mozart and the Fan-From-Hell who stalks him with the intent of killing him. Seen through Salieri's jealous eyes, Mozart seems to be some sort of unholy angel unworthy of his own brilliance. A chilling retelling of one of music's oldest legends. Personal footnote...Jeffery Jones all but steals the show from Abraham and Hulce, which is no mean feat.
(mx) wrote: I somewhat remember this from my childhood, and I was like ugh they just had too put a asian guy in there. If I could be with me now, I'd be like "Yasmin look at that asian guy he likes to fick puzzies. Stop hating on him for being asian hate on him for being a slut." Other than that I don't think it was a great movie I kinda eh. I like it for the actors. It was funny.
(us) wrote: Clearly no where near as good as John Wick.
(au) wrote: I'm pleased to say that my trip through the star trek films is finally paying off. This was quite good. I don't see the point in replacing William Shatner with a bloke who looks older and fight's like a retired fairy though.