Kami the Movie

Kami the Movie

The story kicks off with Abu’s escape from juvenile center and his reunion with Ali and the girls to celebrate the final paper and the last day of SPM exams marking the end of high school … …and the beginning of their journey to taking their first steps in making life altering decisions.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Malay,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   independent music,  

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Zach M (kr) wrote: I quite enjoyed this John Cusack action movie about a secret station that gets used to send codes to killers that gets attacked.Malin Akerman was good as well.

Henri N (us) wrote: Another great HBO flick with Michael Sheen playing Tony Blair..again. Great performances from Hope Davis and Dennis Quaid as the Clintons!

farah s (nl) wrote: i like it, i wish i can hear ppl'z thoughts,that would be nice

Leo L (nl) wrote: An interesting movie!! This is the story of a woman who travels to India for a movie, and discovers not only herself but love. As she redefines concepts of life, she realizes that her heart desires more than just happiness. Great cast- Salman Khan, Ali Larter, Suchitra Pillai-Malik, and Nadana Sen. Great performances by Ali Larter and Salman Khan. Great music. Definitely worthy!

Ronald T (us) wrote: Wasn't sure if I would like this movie given the subject matter, but I did. It's both a tale of a gay young man's life experience and the life of the writers of the "Fire" magazine that was published during the Harlem Renaissance. The latter was an unexpected surprise and offers an insightful look into that period. The look into the the "Fire" magazine writer's lives is the part that is most interesting and draws your attention. Unfortunately, the story of the lead character, Perry, was not developed well. You never really understood where his thoughts were during a scenes that pertained to his life. It was explained one way or another in a following scene, so you understood after the fact, but you could never get into the moment when the scene happened. This makes the movie story feel disjointed although at the end it made sense. The other half of Perry's story involved the meeting of the old Bruce Nugent one of the writers from the "Fire" magazine. This part of the story is the part that makes the movie interesting and ties in the other part of the movie regarding the writers of the "Fire" magazine. The greatest aspects of this movie is the actors. There were a lot of great performances in this movie, but the stand outs were: Roger Robinson who played older Bruce, Duane Boutte who played younger Bruce, Aunjanue Ellis who played Zora, and Ray Ford who played Wally. Honorable mentions are: Alex Burns as Jim, Leith Burke who didn't say much but gave striking looks into the camera as Aaron, Daniel Sunjata as Langston Hughes, Anthony Mackie who played Perry and he was a good fit for the role, but as mentioned before the story of Perry wasn't developed well, so some of Anthony's acting didn't make sense until it was explained later on. The other great aspect of this movie was the look and feel of the Harlem Renaissance scenes. The prop crew did a nice job and the filming was on point as well. I would classify this movie as a fictional documentary. It was entertaining overall, but it borders sometimes on being a documentary...which for me is the best way to see a documentary. Ultimately, the producers of the movie want to give you an insight of life from the view of a young black gay man and his interactions with society, particularly the unique struggles that are associated with being black and gay. There are four preachy scenes, but they are short and bareable. Overall a good movie and one you will want to see by yourself, or with your best conversational friend, or book club group. Not for children due to nudity, and a graphic scene.

Rogelio P (us) wrote: Rodriguez second film, and a great tale with lots of rock and roll and good performances by Arqette and Hayek, if you find it, see it.

Karley R (ru) wrote: Very cute love story.

Juan S (mx) wrote: real sad but a really good movie

Jesse O (jp) wrote: I almost had to do a double take when I saw that this film had 85% of people who rated it, give it a rating of 3.5 or higher. What film were they watching? I'm nobody to tell a person what they can or can't like, but I think we were watching two completely different movies because I just thought this was an awful comedy. This is the type of film that, probably, has a very dedicated cult following and I would, honestly, like one of these people to explain to me how they thought this was funny. I'm not looking to judge or malign anybody for enjoying a film, I just want to know what they thought was funny about the film. Unless it's a 'it's so bad that we laugh at it, not with it' deal. I can get that. But this isn't like Hot Rod, because at least that film made an effort to make you laugh with its silliness and its antics, it may not have always worked, but there were some real funny moments in that film and I can completely understand why some people would absolutely love that film. That's the closest thing I can compare it to, really, even though they don't have much in common with the exception that they're comedies. If you've seen an Adam Sandler movie then you know what to expect, except it's raunchier due to the R-rating and features one of Sandler's buddies in the lead role. Say what you will about Sandler, but he sticks by his friends. No matter how unfunny or untalented they may be. And perhaps that's unfair to say, but Allen Covert isn't a particularly good or entertaining comedic actor when he's playing a supporting character. So what made them think he would be a good lead actor? I mean other than he's just Sandler's friend. To be fair, though, out of all of Sandler's friends who play his sidekicks, who, out of any of them, would make the best lead. Gonna be impossible to pick out. The best option would be David Spade, but I don't feel that he counts as he already had a track record prior to hooking up with Sandler. I mean actors that only appear in Sandler movies and nowhere else because nobody will cast them because they all suck. You know you have problems when Rob Schneider is your best choice. Ugh. Anyway, Allen Covert is no good here, I just don't think he has good comedic timing and a lot of his 'acting' relies on gross-out humor and not actual funny delivery of his lines. I think some people can make both work. Jonah Hill, for example, can make it work because his comedic timing and delivery is impeccable. Allen Covert only has the film's raunchiness to cover up the fact that he's just not very good. And I don't mean to come across as mean-spirited, I'm sure Covert is a great guy, but he's not a good actor. There's just no denying that, no matter how much you loved this movie. Tell you what, if this guy was so great in this film, then why has he not appear in any other comedy films as a lead. And this would be movies outside of the Happy Gilmore, Sandler's company, umbrella. It's probably a combination of the fact that he has that Sandler stank on him and that he's not a good comedic actor. This is a series of gross-out sketches held together by a flimsy fucking narrative. And this film is guilty of one of the worst crimes a comedy film can have, it is practically begging for laughs in the worst way possible. The film, in a lot of scenes, has its own laugh track. Not like you see in sitcoms, of course. But you'd have a group of people all hanging out with each other when someone, supposedly, said something funny. To ensure they got the reaction they wanted, they had all the other characters in the scene laugh at this person's, more likely than not, terrible joke. I hate that shit so fucking much. It's pretty obvious that, when you do this, that you have no faith in the joke that was written down on paper. The worst of these, as far as I can remember, is before the epic party at Grandma's house takes place, Alex's drug deal tells the group that he has a new batch of weed called Frankenstein. Alex asks him why and the drug dealer then says that it'll make you walk like him, he proceeds to do the Frankenstein walk and the entire group laughs. Seriously. That's an actual joke in the fucking film. Holy fucking shit! Talk about some awful writing. The film has its moments, like when people make fun of JP for all the usual shit. The JP looking like Bono's brother comment might have been the best line in the entire film. And it's not even that funny. Linda Cardellini, Shirley Jones and Doris Roberts deserve so much better than this. Joel David Moore, as JP, was amusing for like 5 minutes. After that he, literally, becomes one of the most annoying characters I've seen in any film in a long fucking time. I like Joel, actually, but he was just absolutely horrendous here. Look, if you enjoyed this film then I am happy for you. You are smoking some high quality weed that actually makes this seem like a funny movie, but I thought it was fucking terrible. One of the worst movies I've seen in a looooooooong fucking time. Utterly dreadful and something that no one, unless under the influence of a large amount of narcotics, should ever see. I wish I had those 90 minutes back, but I will never have them. I'm closer to death thanks to this movie. Awful.

Jonathan D (jp) wrote: You will shed a few tears in this one (as expected), but It's average at best. More of a made for TV movie. The music score is way too involved and I found myself chuckling when I shouldn't be because of the score.

Larence P (es) wrote: Lone Survivor mentally vigors with ultimate resiliency and willpower to make this a swell flick