Islamabad, Pakistan. A group of privileged and westernised twenty-something friends while away their days and nights driving around town, partying, surfing the internet and smoking shisha pipes. As the country outside their world starts to crack, Hasan and his friends must face up to their relationships, angst and life choices before it is too late.
- Stars:Aisha Linnea Akthar, Rafey Alam, Osman Khalid Butt, Uzair Jaswal, Shahana Khan Khalil, Ali Rehman Khan, Adnan Malik, Adil Omar, Khalid Saeed, Shahbaz Shigri,
- Director:Hammad Khan,
- Writer:Shandana Ayub, Hammad Khan
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Slackistan torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: this was awful.I gave it a chance just because Christina Ricci was in it...but...no.just...no.
(mx) wrote: I read a review that said people with OCD and number disorders will love this. And I'm a sucker for a story about teachers so this was a triple whammy for me. Had me in tears. Wish it was available on DVD :(
(es) wrote: Visually stunning but the senseless European-style hyper-drama is annoying.
(kr) wrote: Halfway through the film, and I was already super disappointed by it. It's really quite boring, and the acting is pretty shaky all round. After debating on whether or not I was going to finish it at all, I decided on not once it had gotten so boring that my eyes crossed. And, I'm not sure, but there might have been some drool. And, I know it was set in the 40?s and it was a thing, but god, so many cigarettes! It's nauseating. If I took a shot for every cigarette lit in the first 55 minutes of this film, I'd get alcohol poisoning and die. Twice. I give it 1/10, and that's purely for the eye candy. The film itself gets a big, fat zero.
(es) wrote: LOVE this offbeat, original, eerie movie. It works on all levels, kudos to Angela Bettis for a great performance...if you like horror, this one is a must-see!!!
(kr) wrote: Du comico-trash japanese!!!
(ag) wrote: i hate this money it so boring
(fr) wrote: Some make it big though it does not intend to.
(ag) wrote: Funny and entertaining.
(mx) wrote: not a great movie by any stretch. but for a romance film this isn't your typical. the score is great. the acting is very solid. john singleton is just a fantastic director. he directs boyz n the hood a masterpiece than makes this a psychological romance drama movie which that is what this and that's what I liked about it it really kept me interested in the emotional state of the main characters In a good way which I had never seen before and Maya Angelou is in that's cool. this film is a decent breath of fresh air
(mx) wrote: After starring in the Alex Cox-directed cult hit REPO MAN (1984) and being one of the so-called "Brat-Pack," Estevez starred and directed in this waste of time with his then-girlfriend, Demi Moore. Estevez was briefly married to Paula Abdul in the early 1990s but is not the source of celebrity gossip that his brother, Charlie Sheen, is. He returned to directing last year; BOBBY (2007) was a more interesting failure than this film was. Moore, of course, went on to become the "it" gilr of the early 1990s until everyone got bored of her. She retreated but has recently re-emerged from isolation with boy-toy Ashton Kutchner. This film tried to say something about the plight of farmers and banking policies in the Reagan era but Estevez was not a skilled-enough director to really make this lovers-on-the-lam stiry interesting.
(it) wrote: Such a beautiful movie, in every sense of the word
(kr) wrote: Those little black bags you find hanging in hedges next to footpaths? Open them up and spend and hour and a half watching what's inside because it's BETTER than this film.