Sayang You Can Dance

Sayang You Can Dance

Mia is a girl who is so obses with hip hop dance. But it is quite impossible for him to realize his dream. But all that changed when Remi presence in his life. Remi is a dancer who is quite talented and charming succeeding Mia attention. They both accompanied with Dafi and Robby who also Mahu realize their dreams along with accompanying dance game across the country.

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Sayang You Can Dance torrent reviews

Sean L (es) wrote: Horrible cinematography with uninspired action-scenes, terrible Dutch/English/Australian accents, a ridiculously plain and silly plot. And the acting is unintentionally laughable. Not just a disgrace to Dutch filmmaking, but a disgrace to film as a whole.

Soheil W (fr) wrote: So many stars in a movie but still terrible. How cruel!

Eric G (de) wrote: An hungarian film retracing the 1956 revolution in Budapest and how it was crushed by the Russians.Told from an interesting angle through the rivalry of the two national water polo teams Russia and Hungary leading up to the Olympics in Australia, intertwined with a love story between the lead player from the Hungarian team and one of the university students leading the protest.It's a super production and it comes with both the benefits of great costumes, large sets, explosions, etc but also with the drawback, mainly the heavy focus on the glamourous love story, maybe too much, and this creates some distance and lessens involvement in the film.Overall a good film with a good pace.

Phoebe R (nl) wrote: When was the last time you went into a movie completely ignorant of its content when it started, yet halfway through you thought ?This may be the best movie I have ever seen?? Flourish was like that for me. And while the thought was an exaggeration (but as exaggerations come and go it was one of the minor ones), Flourish sure was one of the best movies I have seen of late and among the most entertaining.

Sylvester K (de) wrote: Disney shouldn't make these direct-to-video sequels. We've already seen the danger of such actions from the sequel to Cinderella. In this degenerated sequel, Quasimodo found himself another love interest, but the femme fatale has a boss who wants to steal Quasimodo's bells. (Face palm) So a not-so-exciting adventure began... It's a film best to be avoid.

Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Mikko M (mx) wrote: Where can I have this?!

Lisa L (us) wrote: It is campy and I love it.

Daniel D (es) wrote: If the martial arts and choreography were better, Circle of Iron would be nearly a masterpiece. But as it stands, it is merely only better than any number of other Western-made martial arts films of its time.I have to wonder if Moore had ever even seen a Shaw Brothers or Golden Harvest film before, because he demonstrates a complete lack of skill in capturing the essence of martial combat. The combatants move slow and you can tell they are pulling punches, and they all lack the style and prowess of their true Hon Kong brethren.However, the story, created by Bruce Lee, is interesting and creative. Like Lee's other unfinished would-have-been masterpiece, The Game of Death, Circle of Iron was written as a way to detail and demonstrate Lee's own philosophy. The story here is very surreal, almost El Topo like in its otherworldly, esoteric qualities.

David F (jp) wrote: Blood and Bone is one of the greatest martial arts movie. The fight scenes are really bad-ass and creative. It's a great black-exportation action movie Watch this movie right NOW.

Russell G (au) wrote: As with any music documentary, your enjoyment of this will depend on how well you like the artist. This is a well-made documentary, which captures a likable Katy Perry shortly after her meteoric rise, in what is likely to be her career peak. It may be a bit premature to make a documentary when the story is just unfolding, but from a marketing standpoint, it will sell more now than later. It is a seemingly balanced look into the world of a pop star and the music industry. The movie does not put her on a pedestal by over glamorizing her life nor does it paint her as some miserable martyr. The most interesting part of the film goes into Perry's upbringing and road to get a record deal. I gained respect for her in that she started as a simple Christian singer and singer songwriter, who actually could play an instrument and write her own material. The music business is sadly more about image than substance, but it seems as if Katy has found her place in that system without totally compromising herself as a person. It shows that the life of a music star can be a lot of fun, but that it comes with sacrifices. So far, Katy appears to work hard and does not take her fans or her success for granted. She seems to handle a grueling pace of stardom and without breaking down or falling into substance abuse. Hopefully, she handles the rest of her career and inevitable decline just as gracefully.

Doug Z (de) wrote: 'Cult' and 'Classic' do not adequately describe how magnificently the stars aligned to give us this perfect, matchless fantasy epic. I love everything about it, and each viewing only enhances the experience. The cinematography, sound-track, and set design is pitch-perfect (the sequence where Conan's village is attacked, with the light shining through the trees, the drums pounding? My God!!). Arnold's heavy accent and lack of range actually work FOR him here (Crush your enemies, see dem driven befoh you, and hear de lamentation of dare vimen!'). He is, of course, peerless in terms of the physique one would associate with the role. Amazing that he actually trimmed DOWN 30 pounds to achieve the more athletic look wanted by the director, John Milnius! Sandahl Bergmen is perfect as Conan's love-interest and partner in crime, Valeria (though her name is never spoken). Strong, independent and dangerous (no one-note 'Damsel in Distress'), a beautiful Valkarie. Gerry Lopez is great as Subotai, Conan's buddy, and it is endearing to hear his accent slip and his 'California-surfer' come to the surface. They actually had to dub his lines because of his inconsistent delivery, but there is one scene that made it into the finished film, and it is all Gerry. James Earl Jones has been accused of being campy with his portrayal of Thulsa Doom, but that is utter nonsense. He is perfect in word and deed.. His voice and delivery is glorious, and one could listen for hours to him reading the phone book. There is in fact nothing camp or tongue-in-cheek about this film. Everyone and everything is dead-serious, and I think it is one of the reasons this film will continue to stand the test of time, where the numerous copycats remain embarrassing footnotes. Mako is the best as the Wizard, narrator, and comic relief. The plot is engrossing and well-paced, the ultimate origin story. The score accompanies each scene perfectly, and is one of the big stars of the film. The general lack of CGI is so very welcome and appreciated! What little there is is seamless and unobtrusive. The actors did most of their own stunts and all of their fight choreography, and it pays off beautifully. A true classic, and the standard against which all fantasy films are measured, and found wanting (save for Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy).

Ocram I (br) wrote: Naomi Watts is da girl.