Hantu Gangster

Hantu Gangster

Three gangster groups made up of Malay, Chinese and Indian, for the past 50 years, has ruled a local town in Malaysia. After the three leaders mysteriously die, each of their sons begins to feel a growing hatred towards each other, and tries to take over their respective territory. By escaping from the hands of the Angel of Death, the three leaders return from grave to save their children from a bloody fate at the hands of their rivals. In a classic case of 'wrong place, wrong time' a petty thief named Te Sai (Namewee) becomes their only hope. Can the most unlikely hero save the town from bloodshed on the country's faithful independence day?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Malay,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,  

Three gangster groups made up of Malay, Chinese and Indian, for the past 50 years, has ruled a local town in Malaysia. After the three leaders mysteriously die, each of their sons begins to feel a growing hatred towards each other, and tries to take over their respective territory. By escaping from the hands of the Angel of Death, the three leaders return from grave to save their children from a bloody fate at the hands of their rivals. In a classic case of 'wrong place, wrong time' a petty thief named Te Sai (Namewee) becomes their only hope. Can the most unlikely hero save the town from bloodshed on the country's faithful independence day? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Trevor F (de) wrote: what a mess on utter nonsense. this was awful, no motivation, terrible cgi.

Paul Z (ca) wrote: Red Hook Summer is a contemporary and relevant coming-of-age drama that plays as if Spike is winging it as he goes. That's not necessarily bad, though many will be thrown off by a hairpin plot turn three quarters of the way through that seems totally unprepared for and is so startling that the movie never really recuperates. That could explain the erratic release of this little-seen film, but regardless, it is as self-generated and earnest as Spike seems to get anymore.

Bryton P (it) wrote: I somehow managed to hate the movie that was making fun of Twilight more than I hate Twilight itself...

Michael F (kr) wrote: TWITCHfilm - "...recalls Hitchcock and Polanksi's American productions, and in brief flashes, the strange suburbia of David Lynch's Blue Velvet...the feverish deluge of mesmerizing images that make up House Of Last Things take us further and further down a rabbit hole we're only too happy to lose ourselves in." - (Nov.2013)

WakeWRC89 (es) wrote: Brilliant film. Have watched it time and time again and it's always so enjoyable. I was their age and doing these things at the time when this was released so related to it so much ha. Brilliant to watch years later takes you back. Any big fans watch it on Blu Ray lots of extended scenes.

Rahul S (ag) wrote: Nice music. Predictable story.

Alexander C (ca) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!

Jonathan S (fr) wrote: An amazing and horrific look at what goes on in a slaughterhouse. You may consider becoming a vegetarian afterwards. Shocking vintage documentary.

Rainer K (it) wrote: I feel like I've earned a thumbs up alone for watching this 4 1/2 hour silent film. Normally, films of such length are epics with huge sets, big battles and vast landscape shots. Dr. Mabuse is essentially a character study. This is by far the most elaborate silent film I've seen so far - with many many intertitles to develop the characters and the plot. And it definitely needs its time to fully treat its subject. Klein-Rogge stands out as the eponymous villain, his masks and disguises are as impressive as his acting. He is amazing and he needs to be if you take into account how much the film depends on his character. Lang was again ahead of his time (like in every genre he has worked) - it's groundbreaking and influenced psychological thrillers and character studies for years to come. Mabuse is a notorious gambler. He plays with human beings and fates. His addiction is most prominently depicted in two scenes with the two ladies (Cara Carozza and Grfin Told) of the movie who both point out that his gambling will create repercussions someday. Also impressive is the way Lang lets his protagonist get away with his crimes over and over again - he's the bad guy but for about 4 hours it looks like he'll succeed. Evil has the upper hand for a good part of the film which is remarkable for a film of this period. Mabuse counterfeits, creates havoc at the stock market and consequently ruins the economy and his ability to control the minds of others is Lang's response to the main problems and fears of post-war Germany. Of course it's long and you need some dedication to endure it but it's also quite sophisticated (especially for a silent) and it needs its time to develop and there are merely any meaningless scenes. Fritz Lang yet again shows that he's a master of dramaturgy, symbols and storytelling.

Shane D (mx) wrote: Good. But not great. Hard to pinpoint the highlights and strange for a film where the two main protagonists only meet within the final 5 minutes of the film. Was okay though.

Pete W (br) wrote: This might be a great movie. But I couldn't understand what they were saying due to the heavy Scottish accents. And the DVD did not provide subtitles.