The Love of Siam

The Love of Siam

Two young boys are best friends living quiet family lives in Bangkok. Their lives are disrupted when one boy's older sister goes missing on a jungle trip. The shattered family moves away, separating the boys. Years later, now in their late teens, the boys meet again. One of them is now the leader of an aspiring boy band whose managing assistant bears a striking resemblance to the lost sister. The boys must deal with their family and social lives and their feelings for each other.

Two boyhood friends are separated due to the disappearance of the sister of one of them, then later meet again as teenagers, when one of them has become a pop singer, and they discover feelings that they did not know they had. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Love of Siam torrent reviews

Adriano B (fr) wrote: The english teacher is a rom-com taking some risks ( a point): Moore is, as usual, convicing in the part even when far from the "type" normally people believe her to be, injecting a cringing impression in the character. Even if the "lovable" ending may feel superimposed it's not really so definitive, and overall the comedy is tempered by a feel of realistic uneasyness I didn't find simplistic, given genre costraints. For me, it's at least a B+.

Neil B (gb) wrote: Go Away! The constant pop-up on facebook advertising this film is so annoying! And it also looks like a pile of shite!

Benjamin F (jp) wrote: This movie captured my attention, from the beginning, through it's colorful music selection, iconic visual art, and thorough story telling. The tale of the blade is a long one that is made easy to digest and is a real treat for all to see. Give yourself five minutes to get drawn in by the production value and the interesting interviews of this movie. It would seem the sword, once relegated to the mantle, museums, and movie sets is, no longer, lost in time. This movie is a rare glimpse into what life is meant to be like --a chivalrous class that is based on merit-- and though it is idealistic, the idea is manageable and attainable.

Kimberly L (nl) wrote: An underrated movie, that is entertaining for even adults.

Thomas P (de) wrote: Trying to squeeze Steve and Goldie into the roles of a bickering couple is torture - go find Housesitter, made a few years before Towners. Housesitter is so great - full of camaraderie and feels fresh with each lightly sarcastic look, and all the one liners needed for each scene. And it's directed by the voice of Miss Piggy.Love sharing that one.. But it totally works for a light comedy with some fresh, improv-felt moments.So great.

The M (mx) wrote: Super lame. Worst sound ever and a story written by a 7-year old kid.The music was cool though.I give it one star more than it's actually worth on the note that there was some cool killings and a strange gig by some 80's band in the middle.

Edward M (ca) wrote: This is hands down my favorite western of all time.

Dann M (ag) wrote: Earth gets an extra special Christmas present when a comet brings on the zombie apocalypse in Night of the Comet. And who better than a pair of teenage high school girls to fight off the armies of darkness? It is, perhaps, the absurdity that makes this film such a beloved cult classic. Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney are perfectly cast, and do an excellent job at capturing the lighthearted comedic undertones of this campy '80s horror/comedy. Night of the Comet is a fun adventure with thrills, scares, and laughs. "They Came. They Shopped. They Saved the World!"

A B (au) wrote: Marat/Sade, a Peter Brook's film is nothing special. At times it seems to try to hard to be funny, be really isn't. It shows the play that an insane asylum has put on for the sponsors. This play shows Jean Paul Marat's last day's. I strongly recommend not watching this movie. The acting is the only thing special i can think of. The storyline was quite boring, and i wasn't even remotely interested in the dialogue to understand this movie. Sure there were some funny scenes, but that takes up maybe 10 minutes of this entire 2 hour film. Why this was made? I cannot say but once again stay clear of this, it is not worth your time.

Adam R (it) wrote: An interesting cast, but an uninteresting movie. It lacks movie magic. (First and only viewing - 8/6/2016)

Gav S (es) wrote: this film rocked, way back when. it still rocks :-)

Chris D (ag) wrote: An original, emotional, and clever family film that is brilliantly animated!

Mark M (ag) wrote: Aging horror and science fiction icon, Lance Henriksen, continues riding on the fame he had accumulated from his glory days as Bishop in Aliens (1986) as he plunges into the blistering cold setting of Alec Gillis' Harbinger Down, a premise that borrows so heavily from John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) and Alien (1979) that it might as well be a love letter to the slimy science fiction horror films of old.Flanked by C-list unknowns, Henriksen doesn't find much to do aboard the Harbinger for around fourty minutes, at which point everything quickly goes to hell as the forgettable characters - cardboard clichs-cum-expendable meatbags - are sprayed with purple gunk and begin growing tentacles as Gillis' (and producer Tom Woodruff Jr.') Amalgamated Dynamics find the perfect opportunity to utilize the duo's special effects experience in practical creature effects, proving that once again, the latter delivers a tangible experience that CGI (mostly) isn't able to.Like many indie horror films unrestrained by shackles cast by large studio execs, Harbinger Down was funded through Kickstarter after Gillis and Woodruff's work on The Thing's 2011 prequel was shafted by Universal Studios, which replaced the duo's practical effect work (done through their own Amalgamated Dynamics) entirely with computer-generated imagery, drawing ire and interest when fans found about said travesty; this eventually led to the conception of Harbinger Down. As for how this had upset fans, the explanation lies with Gillis and Woodruff being protges of the famous Stan Winston, the visual effects guru of the Terminator, Jurassic Park, and Predator films, along with Aliens.And that's exactly what the film delivers in their lengthy experience in the visual and creature effects department, though not much else. Beyond the last fourty minutes or so, Harbinger Down is a dull retread of old science fiction horror films, boasting equally dull cinematography by first timer Benjamin L. Brown, as the color grading ranges from blue to well... blue, while the made-for-TV camera work is uninspired and at one point, obscures a melee encounter between one character and a mutated human as it violently shakes, cuts, and whips about. Even the experienced Christopher Drake, Warner Bros.' go-to composer for their DC Comics' hit animations such as Wonder Woman (2009), Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010) and The Dark Knight Returns' two-parter, seems to have skipped out on delivering anything memorable for Harbinger Down's score, which feels more non-existent than lacking.Much like his mentor's Pumpkinhead (1988), which had also starred Henriksen, Gillis' feature length directorial debut is dragged into the cold, dark depths of the Bering Sea by the supporting actors' abysmal acting, constrained budget and lackluster writing (also done by Gillis), but Harbinger Down certainly proves that practical (creature) effects in horror and science fiction most certainly isn't dead, though it definitely is a craft that is best compartmentalized to one department and utilized under the hands of an experienced director. Perhaps Harbinger Down will be Amalgamated Dynamics' calling card for Neill Blomkamp's Alien sequel?