Rami is a young aristocratic attempts to establish a "Group" through the "Facebook" on the Internet to organize Sit-ins in protest at the conditions and circumstances of the country mainly to change the national anthem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ramy al eatsamy
Rami is a young aristocratic attempts to establish a "Group" through the "Facebook" on the Internet to organize Sit-ins in protest at the conditions and circumstances of the country mainly to change the national anthem.
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Henrysmovieguide C (mx) wrote: Definitely not as bad as everyone said it was. I really actually enjoyed it at the theater, even though I hadn't seen the original at the time. Underrated.
Mauricio M (nl) wrote: Una de las cosas que hace este filme nico, son las interpretaciones hiperrealistas de sus actores. Brillantemente fotografiada, Heli muestra la verdadera cara de Mexico con las consecuencias de actos en apariencia inocentes y la descomposicion social que nace desde los niveles inferiores del narcotrafico. Brutal, deprimente a ratos y desesperanzadora, no en vano tiene la mayoria de las nominaciones (junto a La Jaula de Oro) en los premios de la academia mexicana de cine.
Arthur P (nl) wrote: From a technical aspect this movie is awful, but it's a lot of fun. The mindless action does get old after awhile and trying to give a moral point at the end kind of messes everything up. But overall it fun watching it and both Rob Corddry, Maggie Q, Zach Galifianakis give great performances and some actual awesome scene chewery by Ellen Barkin and a totally bizarre yet great acting by Emile De Ravin the idea of mixing And Than There None with a terrorist espionage film was a cool idea, if it was written better and had better director and larger budget this could have been awesome, as it stands now it was a fun failure.
Adam P (kr) wrote: Great film, best to know as little as possible about the film before watching it. Loved every minute, completely original!
Jim r (de) wrote: The whole movie seemed as surreal as Joe's view of the world. Even though there were a lot of big name stars in the movie, I don't know why... I am not sure how we're supposed to care about a guy who whines all the time. I guess the low point of the movie is the end where neither Joe or Mary do not improve themselves. Not that there's any problems with them having faults. Noone is perfect. Mary even went to have counseling, and yes, while he turned out to be creepy, she couldn't see that her frustration was with a guy who complained about paying rent each month, complained about having to have protected sex, was so conceited that he believed he was called by Madonna, etc., etc.. And the "happy" ending is that she lets Joe have unprotected sex with her?
Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
Garrett C (es) wrote: All the normal adjectives people use here are relatively valid. Propaganda, sentimental, etc. But "In Which We Serve" is a really special British wartime film that still retains a lot of power and boldly complex/forward thinking structure. The performances are great, the lighting is sumptuous, and many of Lean's shots already indicate an extraordinary talent.
Kolten S (au) wrote: i thought that it was pretty good but a little repetative.