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Lives in Flames

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 92 minutes
  • Release: 2012
  • Language: Cantonese
  • IMDB link: Lives in Flames
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Lives in Flames is the best new movie of Fung Lam, Mark Wu. This movie was introduced in 2012. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Jeana Ho, Mag Lam, Michelle Wai, Linda Wong, Seli Xian. There are many categories, such as Music. The rating is 5.1 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam E (es)

good film to bang on if you need summit in the background while you are ironing :D. All in all everything is just kinda average. His finance is given little to do other than get kidnapped and have every bloke wanting to do her, im not sure why. The evil corparation man is more sleezy than evil, gary daniels is fun as always but his fighter is a bit of a wimp and just wants a hug to make him fight better and keith cooke who is a kick ass fighter but not cool or dare i say interesting enough to really care if he gets his girlfriend back. The viewer dont really care about any of them. Another thing is the characters just dont have the chops. Its fun no doubt but there are more intense fight scenes in mortal kombat than in this. Lots of high kicks and punchs. They are all ok but have these comedy sounding punch sound effects that take away the power of them. The fight scenes all pretty much follow the same formula of the in ring contests or short tussles outside in the street. Fun enough sci fi action flick with some decent fighting and acting but nothing that blows anyone away


Barry N (jp)

10. 3. I don't know, maybe some kids liked it, but the question remains, why would you show them Gordy when you could show them Babe, or even Charlotte's Web? That remains a mystery to me. In many words, Gordy is ridiculous, moronic, dumb, stupid, unfunny, dull, and boring. In fact, I bet that could be a great thesis for film, why Babe worked and why Gordy didn't. Gordy is how not to do it. Babe is how to do a talking pig film story correct. The film has plot holes, strange moments and just some overall "what the heck did I just see" moments. Even kids will be bored as Gordy only talks about 25% of the movie and decides to focus on the humans who are very dull. Gordy is incredibly dumb, far-fetched, and also kind of a bore. Gordy isn't. Babe is a great movie. When I was younger, I used to think that this and Babe were the same movie, but when you watch Gordy and Babe, they are two totally different movies


Benjamin W (es)

. . What's just a little bit funny about it is how paranoid he is . Another one of those "drug movies", but much lighter than "Requiem for a Dream" or "Trainspotting", and with a main character that you're actually rooting for to get clean


Bindu C (it)

. . it hits a sixer. . . a great treat to watch. . . 1983. " is also full of positive energy. . . "Thallvettam Kanumba. Background music is also full of life. " sung by P Jayachandran and Vani Jairam is so melodious. . . The song "Olanajali kuruvi. Gopi Sundar has done amazing music. Editing by Manoj is also very sharp and appropriate. Yes, it indeed seems to be part of God's own country. Cinematographer Pradeesh Verma has captured the beauty of the village very nicely. . . Indeed, a beautiful message. Sachin Tendulkar whose emotional good bye speech had a message (his father's advice to him), which was - "Chase your dreams but make sure you don't find short cuts". The movie seems to be a dedication to the living legend Mr. Screenplay by Abrid and Bibin Chandran has elements of humour, sadness, disappointment, hope, passion, dreams, innocence, expectations, joy etc. He is flawless as a story teller with his minute detailing. A great work by him. Fashion Photographer turned director Abrid Shine actually shines through his debut film. All other supporting cast and child artists have also given great performances. Jacob Gregory as Sachin's namesake, though in a short frame in a cameo, creates an impact through his performance. Certain father-son moments actually gave a lump in my throat. Rest of the movie is woven around how Rameshan chases his dreams through his son. Vijay Menon (Anoop Menon) as a cricket coach is very impressive, who is sharp to understand the talents of the young boys, disciplined and empathetic. There starts the journey of the father Rameshan in living his passion and I must say Nivin Pauly excelled even as a forty year old man. The pace again picked up in the second half where Rameshan sees the fire in his son Kannan. Srinda Ashab essayed the role of his onscreen wife Susheela very naturally, innocently and certain scenes of hers were full of humour. It was painful to see a great player Rameshan settling down to his disillusioned father Gopi's (Joy Mathew) mechanical shop, but then also, it was delight to watch him hitting brilliant sixers during local club matches. A bit of drag was felt towards the end of the first half, since it seemed like the movie is shifting its focus from the main frame of sport into domestic things. on the walls, b/w television sets to colour televison sets and the historical 2011 Cricket World cup victory. . . Harikrishnans. . . Meanwhile the passage of the decades is smoothly shown through visuals of India's defeat at the world cup matches, which followed thereafter, movie poster of Chitram. Rameshan's whole focus was to practice and play matches; academics and even his love interest Manjula (played by Nikki Galrani, who looked very fresh on screen) took a back seat. He grew to be a great batsman who gave mesmerizing shots at the local club matches along with Pappan (Saiju Kurup), Babukuttan (Sanju), Saji (Dinesh), Prahladan (Neeraj Madhav), Mantle Johny (Kalavbhavan Prajod), Varkey, Chandru, Basheer forming the rest of the gang. The grown up Rameshan is played by Nivin Pauly, another great performance by him. It shows how the sport and the cricket ground became the entire universe for Rameshan who started living cricket. There is a beautiful scene where this boy while playing cricket along with his friends falls in the field and for the first time he notices the dew drop, its freshness and beauty. Rameshan, a 10 year old boy, remained glued to the television to watch the match and the victory sparked a new passion within him for the sport. The beginning note of the movie itself is power packed with the 1983 Cricket World Cup victory in the backdrop, jubilation in a remote village Brahmamangalam in Kerala, supported with great musical score in the background. It is indeed a great treat to the country that eats, drinks, breaths and sleeps cricket. 1983, has captured the euphoria of cricket so efficiently and effectively


Dann M (ag)

While Mary Shelley's Frankenstein sticks fairly close to the source material, something is missing in the tone and portrayal or the characters. And there's no real horror or sense of foreboding to the experimentations or the Frankenstein Monster. Starring Robert De Niro, Kenneth Branagh, and Helena Bonham Carter, the film features a solid cast, but the performances are rather underwhelming. With a strong focus on characters, the film follows an ambitious scientist whose obsession with unlocking the secret to creating life leads to his ruin and the destruction of his family. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein attempts to deliver a faithful cinematic adaptation of the literary classic


David T (nl)

Very amusing and clever


Dion D (fr)

One of the greatest examples of classic '80s filmmaking. Almost a companion piece to Star Wars, Raiders is both a nostalgia piece and an example of three great filmmakers (Spielberg, Lucas and Kasdan) all working in sync and operating at their peak capacities


Justin O (ca)

Being raped by a stone golem covered in lave would be more fun. Periord. One of the worst movies ever made


Larry Y (ag)

added based on Joe Bob Briggs' recommendation


Logan G (gb)

FANTASTIC MOVIE!!!!!!!!