Shake Rattle and Roll 12
The first episode "Mamanyiika" plays on the words "mama" and "manyika" which literally means "mother doll". The story of a possessed doll. The second episode, is the tale of three girls, one of them the apple of the eye of a terrible engkanto, who then captures the girl. Punerarya the third story, is a story of a tutor teaching the children of the ghoul entrepreneurs of a funeral parlor.
- Stars:Shaina Magdayao, Ricky Davao, Mhalouh Crisologo, Rita Avila, Jackie Lou Blanco, Elijah Alejo, John Feir, Carmina Villaroel, Jed Madela, John Apacible, Mike Austria, Alvin Fortuna, Ley Ann Cortez, Liezl Pagkatipunan, Virginia Iñigo,
- Director:Topel Lee, Zoren Legaspi, Jerrold Tarog,
- Writer:Aloy Adlawan (screenplay), Maribel Ilag (screenplay), Aloy Adlawan (screenplay), Jules Katanyag (screenplay), Aloy Adlawan (screenplay), Rona Lean Sal
SRR 12's first episode "Mamanyiika" plays on the words "mama" and "manyika" which literally means "mother doll". The story of a possessed doll is being starred by Shaina Magdayao, child ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shake Rattle and Roll 12 torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I don't know why I keep watching this revolting tv show and now the movie. I actually grew up in a suburb not unlike Sunnyvale, so theses caricatures are not unbelievable to me. Though it's exaggerated, there really are people like this out there and I think that's why I find myself watching it. It's like a love hate thing. I loathe it, but I relate to it. Need I add, I couldn't get out of "my" Sunnyvale quick enough. I am not, and never was a bogan. In that way, it is unfair to lump all state housing people into this category and I wonder about the ethics of making this show. This is realistic, ugly, scummy people. Not characters you would care about at all. Just bottom of the barrel, vile human beings. It's not funny so much as one big cringe. I rated it fairly highly as it is successful for what it is trying to portray. Except for Frankie. No way he would get all those girls to do all those things. I think ...I couldn't say if it is funny. Not to me, it's not.It does drag out too long at the end and goes beyond ridiculous, though.
(nl) wrote: This is the kind of small handcrafted cinema, that I love. No big story, but taking time telling the story of the obsession of a lonely security guard. Heartlifting to watch.
(it) wrote: I really enjoyed this film overall, but the ending doesn't work. The final few minutes do, eventhough they are among the most ambiguous scenes I've ever encountered. But the climax makes sense logically, but is completely inconsistent with the poignant exploration of human nature that was the rest of the film. The climax is a jump into extreme drama and "movie-land" when it should've ended realistically, as that was the main strength of the film.
(au) wrote: It is sweet and goodhearted, I will give it that, but in reality, thats all Shallow Hal really has going for it.
(ru) wrote: In this very popular comedy aimed at teenagers directed by Gil Junger, a student (Julia Stiles) is furious to discover her prom date (Heath Ledger) was bribed by her sister to invite her. But confusion reigns when he then falls for her.Stiles gives a very good performance in her role as Kat, while Ledger is superb in his role as Patrick, and this would be his breakthrough role, meaning he would be one actor to look out for in the future because on this occasion he suits the role very well. There is good support to be had from Larisa Oleynik as Bianca, Stiles' sister who sets the arrangement up.Junger's direction is very solid throughout and there are some really funny moments to be had, but the main thing is that the movie is funny all the way through. If you are a fan of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, which itself was made into a movie starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, this you should end up liking this film. I did, because I consider it to be very funny, charming and pleasant to view.
(ag) wrote: If you enjoyed The Social Network, but found it somewhat mainstream , try this as a more intellegent alternative. Good cameo by David Bowie. He sure put Tom in his place
(mx) wrote: Though the final act was a big let down for me, i would say that this is a visually-stunning and thought-provoking film. There was surely something there, but sadly i'm not capable of comprehending all the philosophical aspects of this film. I'm just a camel anyway.
(jp) wrote: One of the worst horror sequels ever made. A bland, boring, cheap version of it's superior predecessor. Half star because the last story was okay. Skip otherwise.
(ag) wrote: wow this movie was just depressing
(mx) wrote: great movie. lots of endearing mistakes, and it's a big slap in the face to the whole payola corporate music business.
(au) wrote: A fun little movie that is a hilarious satire. It has a lot of energy and really is just a joy to watch. I love how it has some ineresting resonance about the corporate world as well. Preston Sturges is great.