Killer Kid

A Lebanese kid is sent to France on a terrorist mission for "Allah's Army". An Arab French kid becomes involved unwittingly. A bond develops between the two, while they become alienated ...

. . A bond develops between the two, while they become alienated . An Arab French kid becomes involved unwittingly. A Lebanese kid is sent to France on a terrorist mission for "Allah's Army"

Killer Kid is the best movies torrent of Miguel Courtois, Claude Klotz (novel), Gilles de Maistre. The released year of this movie is 1994. There are many actors in this movie torrents, for example Tewfik Jallab, Younesse Boudache, Salah Teskouk, Fatiha Cheriguene, Agathe de La Fontaine, Marc de Jonge, Karim Blel, Jean-Pierre Belissent, Aamaria Kameche, Zakariya Gouram, Jean-Rene Kampila, Karim Kehailia, Farid Fedjer, Saïd Amadis, Charles Fathy. There are many categories, such as War. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 7.2 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Download   The Boy from Lebanon (1994) France DVDR DVDR 30 39 4 GB

Users reviews

Bradley H (kr)

To enjoy the depth of this story, seek out a good stage production. For a clinic on how to play a toxic and damaged matriarch, watch Meryl Streep here. And, further, it squanders some of the theatrical charm in the dialogue by insisting on sending the characters wandering into the world away from the rotten center that is the house. The adaptation takes its material not too seriously, but too morosely. The stage production worked because it allowed you to burst up from the deep trenches of this family's dysfunction with gasps of genuine laughter. The tone never feels quite right, as the humor (dark at times and painfully honest) gets bogged down in too much modal weight. ) The failure to fully realize the power of the source material in this adaptation can be traced to choices in the direction. (Meryl Streep and Chris Cooper were especially noteworthy. It is hard to find fault in the performances here

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Jason J (it)

Fairly far fetched with an air stewardess forced to land a crippled plane. Another entry in the Airport series

Jesse B (ru)

Really enjoyed it though. . Not Real eventful just some guy globetrotting around the USA and India finding the meaning of Yoga

Kirk H (jp)

Stimulating and thought provoking. See it. One of the best films seen this year

Michael O (br)

This is an aspect of Reygadas that really makes me think. But frankly, there isn't a goddam one of his wacky images I'll ever forget. This film feels more akin to all out narcissism and 'aw fuck it' artistic drive. The joy of making films. Not the kind of emotional joy that you'd expect. All we're left with is strange yet beautiful imagery that is empty, hollow, and lacks joy. The fact that the symbols, mysticism, concepts, and provocation is there doesn't mean those elements congeal into art. Reygadas has won me over with 'Japon' and 'Silent Light' but this movie, much like his first short film, is the model child for college age artistic pretension

Oliver N (de)

rdict: B+. In all, it adds up to a humorous (possibly slightly cheesy) zombie bloodbath to be admired. While not quite a swift as Hot Fuzz or as feisty as Paul, it still stands as a piece of comedy genius; and defining to the dazzling pair which are none other than Simon Pegg and Nick Frost

TTT C (br)

Great performances and solid direction. (****): Thumbs Up A dark, unforgettable film

Wiebke K (kr)

While the movie is fun and had some elements I had not seen in movies before, reminding me at times of a real life Kung Fu Panda, the story just falls to pieces, with the promise of an even more incoherent sequel