Mongolian Ping Pong
Bilike has never seen a ping-pong ball before. He and his family live without electricity and running water in a solitary tent home among the vast steppe grasslands. The magnificent landscape here has changed little since the days of Genghis Kahn. But life in the middle of nowhere can be exciting for a young boy. The smallest of details become big events for curious Bilike and his best friends Erguotou and Dawa. The mystery of the small white ball floating in the creek leads to questions about the world around them, as well as innocent mischief.
- Category:Action, Drama
- Stars:Eddie Fernandez, Tony Marzan, Sylvia Gumabao, Zeny Zabala, Lucita Soriano, Bob Padilla, Rolly Aquino, Noel Nolasco, Ben Johnson, Al Bravo, Stella Suarez, Chito Reyes, Ruben Ramos, Roberto Dantes, Lucien Pan, Hurichabilike, Geliban, Badema, Yidexinnaribu, Dawa,
- Director:Hao Ning,
- Writer:Hao Ning
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Mongolian Ping Pong torrent reviews
(us) wrote: With little insight into the perplexingly successful Hollywood career of Jason Bateman, "Mansome" is a superficial documentary about how shallow society has become while giving little thought to the cost, except in pricing haircuts. But according to Morgan Spurlock, that's a very good thing, as how else are you supposed to find a mate if you are not looking your very best, according to men's magazines.(Note: I read the New Yorker.) But if all you are going by is looks, then what kind of person will you end up with? Maybe somebody who will shave your back but not somebody who will have it. This is also in a country where we are constantly informed that we are either too skinny or too fat. That's not to mention its long vicious history of racism that continues to inform all sorts of beauty standards even today. And then the movie celebrates the Sikh subject's turning his back on his tradition without worrying about any kind of downside.
(ca) wrote: I guess we'll find out soon how accurate these interpretations are. Either way, the documentary is informative.
(it) wrote: Was ok but i didn't like it as much as the first Stuart Little films as it wasn't like the first two were as they were live action films. But it was still good and just as funny.
(gb) wrote: It takes a very intelligent director to find a proper place for an actor as overwhelmingly intense as Sergi Lpez. I mention this because this film is so much more than a hitchcockian thriller - it is rather what Hitchcock would be watching these days. Harry is as obsessed as Bruno Anthony in "Strangers in a Train", and predictability is an illusion in this ironic portrait of the benefits of inaction.
(us) wrote: One star for this movie is a gift! It was like a really long episode of Jerry Springer.
(ru) wrote: This movie is awesome by virtue of its poster alone. How I wish it had a trailer!
(kr) wrote: oh the realationship drama....a bit too much
(ca) wrote: It's not a bad movie, it's just not all that entertaining either.
(us) wrote: Great story of a true believer of the American dream, Preston Tucker. The look of the film is fantastic, like eye candy when those cars start rolling.
(fr) wrote: If Eastwood wasn't in this. it would be ab average western / old time america film. With Eastwood, it turns into a decent film and above average. Eastwood is his cold calculating self but with a slight difference to the Man with no name character. A good film and entertaining.
(br) wrote: Between the the theater lines for action movies and dramedies the Family plot stands on firm ground never to be washed away. Well except for poor Aurthers grave. He never really was one for the law.
(au) wrote: great start to an amazing trilogy
(es) wrote: I'm sorry, but does anybody else realize that 50cent cant act?!?!?! F+
(nl) wrote: What starts with the initial promise of outstanding camera work, promising acting and and interesting conflict is beset soon thereafter by a lazily sagging middle-act and a straight-up dumb plot with an obvious nothing-twist.