KL Gangster 2
Two brothers, Malek and Jai, are indirectly thrust headlong into the world of gangsters and crime when their father died 10 years ago. Since their father's death, Malek, Jai and their mother have been threatened by gangsters whom their father owes money to. Desperate, the wild Jai turns to crime, and will do anything as long as it pays well. Jai's behaviour sees vehement opposition from Malek and their mother, which breaks up their family. To make things worse, Malek finds out that his sister Shera has been raped and their mother has cancer...
- Stars:Aaron Aziz, Rosyam Nor, Zizan Raja Lawak, Iqbal Abdullah, Roslan Lam Abdullah, Kamal Affendy, Saiful Bahari, Ku Faridah, Irfan Faris, Gobinaath, Ridzuan Hashim, Sheera Iskandar, Adib Ismail, Ghazali Isnin, Afiq Izzudin,
- Director:Syamsul Yusof,
The prequel of KL Gangster, tells history of two brother Jai and Malik. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
KL Gangster 2 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: nicely made, but paper thin story thats been done so many times before.
(ca) wrote: "disappointing movie that you watch hopin git gets better as it goes on. NOT. Ending is almost the worse part"
(de) wrote: This low budget sci-fi horror fick manages to entertain thanks to an interesting premise and in spite of sometimes unconvincing acting.
(ag) wrote: This movie's hilarious, though there's nothing special about it.
(it) wrote: I always have been a fan of the looney tunes. Always found them unique and funny. No doubt I was watching anything boring. Even today I still like these characters.
(nl) wrote: There ain't no other way to put it, The Invitation is simply a masterpiece. It's a heart-pounding psychological thriller, which gives you a real sense of increasing paranoia as the movie build's up. Logan Marshall-Green truly does the best job in the film, as developing and playing the main character. It's a fright fest, and certainly recommended !!
(ag) wrote: Tokyo Drifter is probably one of the most amazing film I have ever seen. At first I got taken aback by the strange way the storyline unfolds but then I got completely won over by the visual work, the colors, costumes, textures, camera angles and facial expressions of the lead character. What a beautiful piece of film making! Suzuki is an incredible storyteller and a magnificent craftsman, the scenes where he shoots the car park and tilt his camera to the right to capture the car coming towards us is a hallucinating master shot that I had never seen before.... great camera work from his technician .... they did know how to shoot a film back then and weren't afraid to experiment with their material even if it means losing some narrative coherence. De Palma is probably the last artisan to work this way, privileging the technique rather than leveling down the story to make it accessible and mainstream. This Tokyo Drifter feels like a hallucination in a Dreamy Tokyo where Yakuza are fighting each-others for turf, money or power. The scene in the snow is gorgeous but so simple, you realize sometimes all it takes is a good cinematographer to actually turn a scenes into something far greater and memorable. He final confrontation in the white set is also extremely famous and beyond amazing and I will not even start with the color changing blinds in the office when the secretary gets killed by a lost bullet! What a beautiful scenes, the lighting work is freaking insane..... I highly recommend this film to anyone willing to watch something unique and really unconventional but still accessible for most viewers. This is a rare film that deserves to be seen and shared.
(ag) wrote: The actors are great but the film is disappointing. In a 2007 interview with Esquire, Charlize Theron said that she considered this movie as the worst film she ever did, saying that "Reindeer Games was not a good movie, but I did it because I loved John Frankenheimer." A CNN review said: "Reindeer Games isn't at the bottom of his creative barrel, but it's close." On a $42 million budget, the film grossed $32,168,970 worldwide.
(mx) wrote: Easily one of the worst films of all time. In small portions Rollerball falls into the category of is so bad its good and makes for an entertaining laugh. Unfortunately, it is an unbearable mental exercise to tolerate the movie all the way through.
(kr) wrote: This movie was awesomeplease make more might go play please make more
(us) wrote: Well-done film noir.
(kr) wrote: An all-star cast for a boring drama, which fails to bring an interesting subject to life. This movie could have been good, I could tell, but something was holding it back, I'm not sure what, maybe it was the director?