Ramlee receives a call from his old friend Aziz to attend his "Kenduri" at Kampung Pulau Rusa in Pahang. Excited, Kassim then invites his close friends to join him as they go for a road trip from KL to Pahang along the Karak Highway. With his two friends, Qaseh, a writer who writes supernatural novels and Sudin, the trio prepare for a fun journey to Pahang. Feeling bored along the way, Qaseh decides to share some of her many ghost stories from her upcoming novel that feature ghosts like 'hantu raya','polong','saka' and many more. Little did they know that the innocent story telling would be more than what they've bargained for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rohan T (kr) wrote: A really strong concept and a brave film indeed. Mardaani does well especially with it's casting and the only flaw that it can accounted for is trying to over-dramatize situations like many Bollywood films do.There's a reason why kahaani was epic, Mardaani falls short of that mark but it still does leave a deep impact nonetheless.Even though some may say it's an Indian adaptation of Taken, the moral issues are always in question with the protagonists goals in mind. Overall, a thrilling ride which deserves a watch!
Blane C (gb) wrote: Really good wish they had more movies like it
Derek B (ag) wrote: A bit too reminiscent of the 1950s-1960s "social problem" kitchen sink genre, except with added Trainspotting-esque street cred gloss. It's okay, it's heart is in the right place, well-acted, etc etc- just a bit meh. Yet another slightly better than mediocre British film, basically.
Kevin L (ag) wrote: Sweeping and epic with dazzling effects and maturing characters, The Goblet of Fire marks an emotionally powerful turning point in the Harry Potter franchise
Dean M (br) wrote: This very strange brew of film noir, magic realism, and screwball adventure is an entetaining mess.
John C (us) wrote: Use to think this movie was amazing when I was a kid, but tried re-watching it now and it definitely has some flaws
Lindsay B (us) wrote: I was enthralled. Although, I imagine there is a thin line here that can move the experience into the boring category. Not for me, I was right there in that room with the characters.
Harper C (gb) wrote: One of the worst movies ever! What was Steven Spielberg thinking? He's a great director but this movie is terrible. To be honest I fell asleep at the end. I guess I just don't appreciate this movie like some people. I just don't understand. 1/2 star
Tim C (ru) wrote: More musical revue than movie with some good acting scenes throughout. This film is the debut of the Lena Horne trademark song "Stormy Weather" which really highlights the film about being an African American entertainer from the late 1910s to the 1940s. Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Ada Brown, The Nicholas Brothers provide their musical talents, the Katherine Dunham dancers provide their only screen credit in the "Stormy Weather" sequence, but the acting takes place amongst Lena Horne in one of her rare leading roles (1943 was technically her year given Cabin In The Sky really putting her on the map), Dooley Wlson ( "Sam" in Casablanca), and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson (most famous for dancing with Shirley Temple). Great musical, but could have used more acting from the cast (if only Hollywood used African American talent wisely and equally).