Ong Bak 3 picks up where Ong Bak 2 had left off. Tien is captured and almost beaten to death before he is saved and brought back to the Kana Khone villagers. There he is taught meditation ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ong Bak 3 picks up where Ong Bak 2 had left off. Tien is captured and almost beaten to death before he is saved and brought back to the Kana Khone villagers. There he is taught meditation ...
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Jacob K (br) wrote: I so want to see Barbie the Pearl princess
Anthony K (fr) wrote: This movie is inexcusable. It doesn't even try to accurately portray Gein; it takes so many creatively bankrupt liberties that it's insulting. Long story short: movie is a piece of shit
Private U (us) wrote: Would've loved to see this fab cast live! I actually LIKE Zooey in this, and Tracey is a riot - reminds me of one of my friends, esp. the "I'm Shy" song.
Peter P (gb) wrote: My wife loves this as a book, and thought the movie was great, but I just found it to be ok, and fairly unmemorable.
Maceo C (ag) wrote: It's a fun time for fans of Digimon but the story is predictable with pretty meh animation. The Story is told odd and disjointed mainly because it is three movies. It is by no means the worst movie it is bearable and even pretty fun for kids and fans of the show
Harry F (br) wrote: Very good film. A tiny budget it may have, but it's big on invention, and is effective in its camera work and story. It has a refreshingly sad ending, and robert rodriguez proves that hes a born film maker, with rich camera work and a nice script. The sotry is original and fun, and in the end what it lacks in money and effects, it more than makes up for in innovation.
Alegra S (au) wrote: I was absolutely astounded at the wonder of this film. Doris Day gave a surprisingly excellent performance. James Cagney did wonderful as well, although I didn't much appreciate his character during the course of the film.
Skyler I (it) wrote: I honestly don't see how anyone could not like this film. It's got Bob Hope and Peter Lorre, it's got good Dorothy Lamouor being sexy and it's insanely funny from beginning to end. The concept is simple enough, but it's pulled off flawlessly and brilliantly. In short, the film is an absolute delight.
Erich S (jp) wrote: such a funny comedy :-D
Wes S (ca) wrote: Goes smoothly, though it gets strange at times and rather dull. The ending is good and there's several exciting moments, but the drama gets in the way and many of the characters seem pointless. It's pretty watchable though.
Chris B (it) wrote: Running at 24 minutes in length, Chaplin's two-reel short "The Rink" a.k.a. "Rolling Around" features Chaplin as both a waiter and on skates throughout this series of misadventures. The short is classic Chaplin and has it's share of gags and slapstick as well as his overall charm and warmth present in all of his character portrayals. This is actually his eighth of the "golden dozen" shorts that he did with Mutual Studios and are every bit as funny and historic as his features!
Leena L (jp) wrote: Young (17) Melanie Griffith makes the film worth your while. Never seen her in her early films when the lips were still small and face alive (oops). The story keeps your attention, although all things are not clear and keep you wandering afterwards. But what was idea with the 70s moustache??
Ben R (fr) wrote: Acting and plot are well done, but overall flow is very slow.