He Who Gets Slapped
Story of an inventor who, suffering betrayal in life, makes a career of it by becoming a clown whose act consists of getting slapped by all the other clowns. He falls in love with another circus performer, and those who betrayed him enter his life yet again.
A bitter clown endeavors to rescue the young woman he loves from the lecherous count who once betrayed him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
He Who Gets Slapped torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: A superb movie, with two or three tiny glitches. It has been years since something so original and refreshing in Malayalam cinema has come our way. Kudos to Bobby Sanjay and Roshan Andrews. Must see!
(es) wrote: Totally original and fun until the end. This is the best foreign language film I have seen in quite a while.
(jp) wrote: Surprisingly delightful!
(au) wrote: a must see for any one who wants to survive
(es) wrote: A rare nice Hong Kong movie. The first 10 minutes 1-shot action scene at the beginning is stunning, but can be better. The concept & story is cool, the new era media & internet war. Kind of unexpected good performance (not the best, should get some really good casting though) from the actors & actresses I don't admire. Good job, Johnny To!
(ag) wrote: I couldn't get into it.
(ca) wrote: A potentially fun concept that's crippled by poor pacing . . . Levinson never really gets the tone right and I think the movie could stand to lose about 20 minutes.
(gb) wrote: Deep character development. Excellent acting. A story of loyalty, sacrifice and vengence. Not an all time great but worth watching multiple times.
(ag) wrote: Let me break this down for you. Everyone in this film, and I mean everyone, has a beard. And I'm not talking about just any beards, I'm talking about sleep-in-a-cave, fashion-a-dagger-out-of-a-stick, mistaken-for-bigfoot, Grizzly-freaking-Adams type beards here. So just think about that.
(br) wrote: I liked it well enough but I was expecting more.
(kr) wrote: interesting point of view of one of the most beloved presidents of the USA, entertainment and clever at times, but probably you wont remember it after 3 days
(fr) wrote: I will skip all John Wayne movies. Always.
(de) wrote: The similarities that Comet has to Richard Linklater's work (especially the Before series) and Mark Weber's 500 Days of Sunshine do more to harm the story than come across as derivative homages. This is often due to the acting feels stilted, coming across as overly rehearsed and theatrical, a far cry from the natural performances that the director seemingly was going for. The promise of 'parallel universes' does not hold up, as far as I could tell: it all happened in the same universe, so there's next to no 'sci-fi' elements in the film (there was a bit of cinematography here and there that suggests something otherworldly, but it's minute). Daniel Hart's score was the highlight of the film, with its light acoustic playing and a string segments.
(nl) wrote: Dazed and Confused is a rare film that manages to feel both vintage and completely contemporary. The decor and clothes might be stuck in the 70s, but the interaction between the characters, driven by hormones and the teenage desperation to fit in transcends time. Dazed and Confused is an entertaining joy ride that somehow manages to also touch on every awkward moment of being a teenager. Linklater has once again captured the essence of life and put it up on screen in a way that makes it completely ordinary and yet deeply profound at the same time.
(de) wrote: Not Oscar material. But it's fun. It's just goofy and silly and hokey and so very 80's; particularly with the cast. A good lazy day comedy.
(ag) wrote: Norm of the North was a great movie, not my least favourite of 2016, but not my favourite (The Jungle Book is), the only thing I didn't like was the animation. The movie's voice cast was hysterical and the movie, in general, had a great plot and a great villain.