The story of Jason P. Howe, a British conflict photojournalist, and the realities of working in an exciting yet perilous job.
What is the first thing you think of when the guy behind you gets his legs blown off? What time is it when it hits 'bomb o'clock'? How do you fall for a woman| who
then reveals herself as an assassin? Hoka Hey is a narrative feature| 5 years in the making| documenting the life story and extraordinary adventures of British
conflict photographer| Jason P. Howe. He survived 12 years on the front-line of four wars| capturing images of humanity at war| its suffering| and cultures in
disarray. His work has been showcased in many of the world's best-known publications| such as The New York Times| The Telegraph| Time| Newsweek| Rolling Stone| and
many others. It all started with a self-funded trip to Colombia into an area synonymous with drug trafficking and violence. Documenting the brutal war between the
left-wing rebel group| FARC| their sworn enemies the military| and the right-wing paramilitary groups| Jason gained the trust of all sides of this scarcely reported
war - putting him in a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hoka Hey torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Weird... and the city is much more beautiful and less frightening than they paint it.
(ru) wrote: Eh, another movie on the subject that more or less fails. For one, if the guy wasn't being all cutesy and trying to be an original director, the movie could be cut in half. Instead, there is a lot of filler-type material that gets pretty boring pretty quick. As for Zahedi...at times he is funny and I wish any artist well, but he just a wee bit too annoying. Much along the lines of Woody Allen but not even that bright (and I don't think much of Allen) and even more whiny and annoying. The story itself is not all that bad. The first 15 minutes or so are actually kind of clever. Again, as I wish artists well, good for Zahedi for not only finding a way to share his sexual addiction experience, but to get an IFC film out of the deal. For all the failures I think i can find in the movie, at least he was able to do what he wanted to do in making movies.
(ag) wrote: Great cast and a twisty story makes this watchable. It's been done before, in some cases better, in many cases worse. Worth seeing if you can hunt it down.
(es) wrote: A nice and effective mix of genres in this well done film.
(fr) wrote: A b****rdisation of a classic TV show which deserved better. Horrible.
(es) wrote: Don't expect a masterpiece with this movie. However, it's a good way to kill time and go back to the 90's for an hour and a half. Some of the jokes were funny, but not all the time. This is one of those movies I rate 2.5/5 that I would watch again.
(kr) wrote: A FUNNY MOVIE I LOVE IT
(br) wrote: First off, I'll admit that this movie doesn't quite live up to my memories of it. That being said, I have loved this movie since I was a kid and still enjoy watching it. I'm a big Michael Dudikoff fan, especially for this movie and Bachelor Party (he doesn't have a huge role but he's pretty funny). He does some pretty cool moves here and there is some decent action. However, the ninja don't seem to quite be the ultimate assassins they're supposed to be. Especially the dreaded Black Star Ninja. Overall, the acting is so-so but you have to love Steve James as Jackson and Judie Aronson is gorgeous in this.
(jp) wrote: A film as near to perfection as one can get. Brilliant writing from Robert Bolt -- elegant, witty, and relentlessly intelligent. Every frame from Fred E Young tells a grand, yet intimate story. David Lean provides the world and generations to come with what amounts to no less than a timeless text book on filmmaking. Every viewing will teach you something new about storytelling and about yourself.
(br) wrote: In this silent short, Charlie and Ford Sterling's character both chase after the same girl and trouble transcends upon them as a policeman gets involved. Another one of Charlie's crude shorts. It's age is something that requires leniency, as the same can be said for nearly all his Keystone shorts. There's really nothing about this short that will interest modern audiences, but it's not a bad film. Like I said, the film's age wavers the film away, and makes it difficult to appreciate. It's a moderately enjoyable film, despite being not very funny or interesting. It's still worth a watch for any Chaplin enthusiast and it's only 10 minutes long so it's not really a waste of time.
(fr) wrote: Charming and delightful romantic comedy. Establishing Salmon fish farm in Yemen is rather a minor project to the main project, which was romance between Ewan and Emily Blunt. Sweet, sweet Emily Blunt. Totally irresistible. Not a superficial lady. She picked Ewan (intellect and wisdom and sophistication) over handsome, young, sexy Tom Mison in the end. .
(kr) wrote: A great movie. Loved the acting and the plot due to the plot being based on a true story. Very inspirational and worthy of being Best Picture.