Hoore! Hoore!

Hoore! Hoore!

This musical tells the story of a girl named Nurul Aiman who possesses a chubby body, less-than-desirable physical features and a naive but kind heart. Despite her looks, she is as much a lady as other girls her age. Her best friends are Lana dan Azadan, whom she has known since childhood and she lives in a backwater village with her mother Lia, her father Hairil and her grandmother Nenda Zaimah. In school, Aiman is friends with a guy named Johari, who is good-looking and smart, and who also secretly harbours feelings for Aiman. At the same time, Lana and the most popular girl in school, Rita, fancy Johari.

This musical tells the story of a girl named Nurul Aiman who possesses a chubby body, less-than-desirable physical features and a naive but kind heart. Despite her looks, she is as much a lady as other girls her age. Her best friends are Lana dan Azadan, whom she has known since childhood and she lives in a backwater village with her mother Lia, her father Hairil and her grandmother Nenda Zaimah. In school, Aiman is friends with a guy named Johari, who is good-looking and smart, and who also secretly harbours feelings for Aiman. At the same time, Lana and the most popular girl in school, Rita, fancy Johari. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thomas W (gb) wrote: Crooked Arrows is one of those films you feel bad for because you cannot give it a good review to help its chances as it is NOT that good of a movie ... even though it tries really hard to be. Joe Logan (Brandon Routh - Superman Returns, Scott Pilgrim vs the World) is a mixed-blood Native American who is trying to modernize the reservation. Joe has already built a new school and the casino on the land is getting a face-lift; but all his father really wants of his son is for him to prove his worth to the tribe by coaching the high school lacrosse team. Although Joe played in the past, his glory days are behind him and this becomes a standard, not-so-surprising fish-out-of-water tale until Joe's mastery of the sport (surprise!) kicks back in and it then becomes an athletic underdog story we have all seen countless times as the impoverished Crooked Arrows eventually battle it out with an arrogant and bullyish, top-of-the-line team who think they are going to win the state championship. While Routh is extremely personable, laid-back and like-able here, he cannot do anything to personally save the sad, little movie. The acting is stiff and rehearsed and the dialogue is howl-worthy (awful!!). Many of the scenes feel forced; but when something is as predictable as Crooked Arrows it doesn't really matter. The movie does try in earnest; but it IS one of those movies with NO surprises. One could read the synopsis now and know how this movie ends without watching a single scene.

Freeman M (kr) wrote: Best thing I've ever seen Olivia Colman do.

Mariam J (br) wrote: ISLAM: WHAT THE WEST NEEDS TO KNOW

Leighton T (br) wrote: It served itself well, is quite inventive, and the music is fantastic, but the acting is lacking for the most part, except for Paula Patton. It's more music than it is movie and that's why it lacks.

Tero H (kr) wrote: Pluses and minuses:+ Martin Lawrence is a funny actor- I didn't like some of his jokes, they were stupid+ the film did have some other funny characters as well- but the movie was basically very unbelievable+ it did have an interesting plot, though, and it wasn't tedious So here is basically a funny film with some bad jokes in there, with an interesting and action-oriented screenplay, which is however a bit spoiled by being so far out. Depends on how one thinks, definitely: can a person walk in from the street into a police station and pretend he is a decorated police officer. And how long before he is caught? In this movie it takes totally impossibly long. Its not a terrible film but not particularly great either.

Brett W (jp) wrote: Pretty lame...a couple cool scenes...but mostly lame. Sci/Fi Channel caliber.

Jesse F (us) wrote: Robert Englund knows how to portray iconic "Freddy" in different ways, seeing how this is where the villain started to take a more comedic turn. This is the most fun a viewer can have with the series. And easily one of best installments.

Steve W (jp) wrote: I felt this western was a bit generic. Stewart plays a guide to settlers and has to lead them to where they want to start a new life. They deal with a greedy supplier who wants to sell their stuff, and also with a young upstart gambler and a possible horse thief. I like the character arc but the movie was rather lacking in my opinion.