The third instalment of the 'Bujang Lapok' movies, this film is about the three bachelors trying to make it as movie stars and the hilarious moments that go along with their inexperiences ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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The third instalment of the 'Bujang Lapok' movies, this film is about the three bachelors trying to make it as movie stars and the hilarious moments that go along with their inexperiences ...
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Wade H (mx) wrote: Directed stylishly by Reeves. This movie holds a lot of hard hitting action and great choreography.
Lindsay S (mx) wrote: Great to see the toys back, Kens a great character, hopefully there'll be more along the same lines in the future.
Yannick B (us) wrote: Film TRES dcevant mon got et, apparemment, pas seulement du mien...
Tommy C (ag) wrote: haven't seen it but it looks cool
Joe T (ca) wrote: MAYBE but for the peripheral nonsense it MIGHT have been alright.
James H (br) wrote: Fair drama romance, rather bland and unexciting, but still generally watchable. The cast is okay, nothing great. It just seemed kind of pointless. Nothing very enthralling about this one.
Anthony K (ru) wrote: Wasn't sure what to expect. Turned out to be a stark film noir if only faux, highly stylized with shadows, mist & exaggerated characters. While it was depressing, it was enjoyable for the intense style & atmosphere applied by Coppola. Dylans character was authentically weak, Mickey Rourke could have been playing himself. While uncomfortable to watch, I finally enjoyed it. Might have loved it as a romantic, carefree adolescent, but not now.
Jordan R (ag) wrote: A spiritual successor to 1961's "Lawrence of Arabia," and historically, the events of this film led up to those that Colonel Lawrence dealt with. I would say that in many ways it's more satisfying than "Lawrence," since the battles that are quite clearly so important to our hero are actually shown, and the ending is much less of a letdown.Remarkably historically accurate for a Hollywood production, of manageable length (as opposed to contemporaneous epics like "Ben-Hur" or "Lawrence"), and filled with well-done battle scenes (they're not afraid of blood, but they draw the line a lot futher out than filmmakers today). Fine marks all across the board - the dialogue, the sets, the acting (though Heston is a bit weak on suggesting internal conflict - the man's a born All-American hero). This one seems particularly topical, given the nature of geopolitics today.High points: The battles, which are intense and well-done and are possible to follow (unlike so many other film conflicts), and the scene based on George William Joy's painting "General Gordon's Last Stand."
Jos M (us) wrote: Masterfully crafted, an impressive, breath-taking cinematography and beautiful performances make Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans a poignant romatic story, and one of the (and quite possibly one of the final) greatest masterpieces of the silent era.
Jo Y (ag) wrote: I love rudolph Valentino...