Pak Pak Pakaak
A mischievous boy, living with his grandmother in a village that people believe is haunted, meets the ghost "Bhutya". How the "Bhutya" transforms the boy's character and the whole village in the process, forms the rest of the story.
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Jason P (nl) wrote: The best adaption yet
Troy M (it) wrote: Pretty much a porno without the cheesey music! lol!
Missy T (mx) wrote: i loved the first section, beautiful black and white photography, philosphies and discussions about age, time and wisdom - i have to admit my attention wandered for the rest of the film though, and i began nodding off... i often respond to nonlinear Godard films in the same way - i love the first hour or so and the 'idea' but then find they become quite alienating or just don't hold my attention.
Paul D (ru) wrote: Superb and eye-opening account of the Olympics most fateful day.
Alex r (br) wrote: Brainscan has a very unique idea for a sci fi horror film. This is an underrated horror film, and it deserves a better rep than it has received. Director John Flynn directs this film about a virtual reality based video game called Brainscan which places the player in the role of a killer. Though this film has some dated special effects, Brainscan's strengths lies within the acting and good plot. The concept of the film is good, and it's got some good ideas for an effective horror film, and it makes Brainscan a worthy film to watch. I personally think that the key aspect of the film is T. Ryder Smith's performance as Trickster. His performance makes the film even more watchable. Despite its flaws such as dated special effects, this is a terrific Sci Fi horror film that has good performances. Brainscan may be misclassified as a sort of Slasher film, but it's not. The film relies on atmosphere to create tension on-screen, and it works. With a combination of good acting, effective thrills, decent enough effects, Brainscan is a good, underrated sci fi horror film. Director John Flynn does a remarkable job at blending two genres. Brainscan delivers good thrills and is far better than what you'd might think. Brainscan is a a well constructed horror film and should be seen by fans who enjoy something different. T. Ryder Smith performance alone makes this worth seeing. Give Brainscan a chance, you may be surprised at how good it really is. Like I said, the cast deliver here and, it's one of the many aspects that make Brainscan such a cool bizarre sci fi horror film.
Melani T (br) wrote: this movie seems like a great movie
Kevin S (mx) wrote: Roy knable loves to watch a lot of tv and in fact has gotten in trouble with his wife because he pays more attention to it than her. All of a sudden a real eerie stranger comes knocker on the door the stranger is offering him a big new entertainment system with a free trial. Suddenly Roy and his wife get sucked into the satellite and have twenty four hours to survive deadly game shows. They actually become cartoons for a little bit too. The story is sort of ridiculous but the movie is actually pretty fun to watch. John Ritter as always brings good laughs and Jeffrey jones plays a good villian. And always enjoy Watching Eugene levy. He is pretty funny. I really enjoyed this movie overall. It was funny and I had a good time watching it.
Mike W (jp) wrote: Breakfast Club metts MASH. Up there with "Saigon" in the pantheon of "Decent 90's Films you never saw".Ray Liotta, Forrest Whitaker, Kiefer Sutherland, come arnnnnn, tell me that isnt a cast worthy of rental?
Amy D (es) wrote: "Get out...get ooout!"I am in love with Tom Conti.
Jesper J (es) wrote: Same story as in Tobruk but a bit diferent
Jo Y (gb) wrote: mercy sakes alive..I liked this one.
Bill W (es) wrote: Where Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier had some historical truth in it, this is pure out and out fantasy. It's good fun though and fairly enjoyable.
John U (au) wrote: Great movie! Beautiful scenery. Mitchum at his best. And, Marilyn is absolutely radiant. No wonder she is every man's fantasy girl.
Orlok W (ca) wrote: Delightful comedy-mystery, with appealing Durbin and a superb supporting cast--Screwball Noir!!
Jay B (ru) wrote: Not the strongest outing for either star, but I chuckled throughout.
Jandy F (mx) wrote: Great film with great fight scenes
Keith B (fr) wrote: Best of British, but not an easy watch
Derek J (nl) wrote: Interesting gimmick drags a bit and starts to feel like a stage play Ultimately, it's one plot twist too many to be a winner.
intuciic (it) wrote: nice and hearty movie