Lawak ke der? 2
The popular reception of fans towards the comedy play "Lawak Ke Der" that was introduced in February last year, followed by the equally unexpectedly successful "Lawak Ke Der 2", led Tall Order Productions to come up with the idea to adapt the stage play to the silver screen. The appearance of all the best comedians in Malaysia like Nabil Ahmad, Afdlin Shauki, Harun Salim Bachik ("BOBOI"), Harith Iskandar and others like Johan and Zizan Raja Lawak, have successfully managed to make the audience laugh as long as its running time. Indeed, the idea that Hans Isaac came up with seems very plausible as it gives a chance to the audience outside of Klang Valley who did not get to watch their stage play at Istana Budaya a chance to watch it in theatres in Malaysia.
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Lawak ke der? 2 torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Five strangers are invited to a castle under the pretense that one may inherit it. By the time they uncover the true intentions of their host, Dr. Bela Reinhardt (played by Ron Chaney, great grandson of Lon Chaney), it will be too late. Little do they know what dangers await at the House of the Wolf Man!
(kr) wrote: after seeing this movie it disappointed a bit. LOVE colin but the movie itself was dull.
(ag) wrote: Emraan Hashmi ACTUALLY ACTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WOW!!!!!!!!!!
(jp) wrote: Fascinating and in the end heartbreaking. I don't think she completely did all the paintings. Marla is just a sweet little girl and her parents probably fell into a trap that seemed impossible to escape from once the hype machine was running and the money was pouring in. How do you STOP a lie once the machinery is flying in full force. I hope Marla can one day forgive her parents once she realizes that the con was in. A very well made documentary in that the position of the piece shifted when the filmmaker started to have doubts.
(jp) wrote: Very Nice movie. very understanding ... and it shows reality... that this could happen to anyone.. it not only a racing, but in real life is you have up and downs. so, it shows how family stay together and especially the kids to save money they skipped their lunch which was very emotional. MUST watch it!!!!
(gb) wrote: Just watched this streaming on Netflix; it's actually a touching story. I'd recommend this even if you have absolutely no interest in rock music or the New York Dolls.
(it) wrote: Bummer! Metallica has such an interesting story, fantastic music and epic situations. Every time this movie touched on those, it quickly flashed back to a rock band sitting around with a therapist and working on their worst album yet. I want the rise fall of Metallica the fire with James, napster with Lars, car crash with cliff. Instead, this documentary give you 5 seconds of their glorious history mixed into a boring therapy session. Maybe I had the wrong expectations, but the trailers lead me that way and I was greatly let down.
(kr) wrote: Epic, and good for a change. Better than 300.
(au) wrote: Another pretty good movie from Mark Herman, who also did Little Voice, a movie I reviewed a couple of days ago. And, like Little Voice, there's a more serious message at its core. Though this movie did it far more openly than Little Voice ever did. Of course, the movie wears its message on its sleeves and that message is shitting on the government for closing down mining pits that have led, since the 80s, to 250,000 people losing their jobs. The movie sees a community of miners, who also happen to be in a brass band, fighting to keep their jobs, fighting what is, most likely, a losing battle. The brass band is the only thing that is really keeping them together during this difficult time, so the movie is definitely as dramatic as it is comedic. But there is a problem with this. It's not bad, and I actually did like the dramatic stuff. While cliched and a little sappy, its characters are likable and easy to relate to. The problem is that, outside of a few exceptions, the comedy and the drama never mix. The movie goes like this the first 40 minutes or so of the movie are the comedic portion of the film. This first part of the film is like one film unto itself. The next 40 minutes are dedicated to the more serious stuff, with little to any comedy. The last 20 minutes of the movie are the preparation for the finals and the finals itself, nothing really funny or dramatic here...well other than Danny's speech when they win, which was probably a little preachy, yet still effective. And I think that's a problem, the movie never finds the right balance at all. It's like you'd tell your children, boys play with boys and girls play with girls. Except that in this case it's the comedy and the drama. The movie just never finds a consistent tone. I realize a lot of movies take this same approach. Yet, somehow, in this movie it's far more obvious than in a lot of other movies. It was really jarring to spend 40 straight minutes without a single laugh. And, again, I think they do a good job at really showing how the government's decision will negatively affect many families, this is illustrated the most in Phil's character, but I think this part of the movie could've used a little more comedy. And that's this movie's biggest problems, the comedy and the drama in this film are kept as far apart as is humanly possible. Because of that, it ends up feeling like 2 different movies in one. I think the writing is solid, the comedy is good but, much like Little Voice, not laugh out loud funny. I really did like the movie. If it hadn't been for the way the two genres were kept apart as if they were allergic to one another. But this movie has all the ingredients, a solid cast, some good writing and some social commentary. Granted the social commentary is WAY to obvious but, again, the movie makes a lot of good points. Still the movie is, structurally, a goddamn mess. Pretty good movie but a disappointment in some regards.
(nl) wrote: Rosie O'Donnell and Denis Farina add a good dose of comedy to an otherwise tired production. The dinner scenes are the best.
(br) wrote: Great story and view of how politics should operate.
(ag) wrote: It's all in the title.
(it) wrote: There's never any sense of real jeopardy in this labored excuse for filming lions doing lion things. That's what YouTube is for. All of the real action seems to have happened behind the scenes when the antagonists attacked most every cast and crew member. Now that's the film I'd like to see!
(mx) wrote: it's funny but not very memorable compared to other Allen films
(br) wrote: This film literally left me speechless. It's a "holocaust film" that focuses not on the holocaust itself (for once), but on how ordinary citizens stood by idly and allowed it to happen. It's truly bittersweet, evoking just as much laughter as it does rage or sorrow. Long story short, see this movie.
(ru) wrote: great use of silence and sound in this early sound synced feature from clair, similar to le million in that way. he plays fun little games with the viewer throughout. parts are a little dry though. its good historical film stuff, but not much beyond that for the average viewer.