The Night Train to Kathmandu

The Night Train to Kathmandu

A young girl leaves for Nepal with her parents and brother. She is unhappy to leave her home at first, but soon isn't when she meets a handome young man. The story unfolds into a romantic and daring quest in search of the "Invisible City."

A young girl leaves for Nepal with her parents and brother. She is unhappy to leave her home at first, but soon isn't when she meets a handome young man. The story unfolds into a romantic and daring quest in search of the "Invisible City." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carlos M (br) wrote: It is almost funny how Jeffrey Combs, eternal cult star of trashy B movies, seems to be the only one having a lot of fun pretty much like his character, while everyone else - all other characters and also us viewers - are forced to partake in this pointless torture porn derivative of Saw.

Zach M (ag) wrote: Though it had some decent fight sequences, it wasn't nearly as enjoyable as the first. RZA seemed out of place as a fighter.

Daniel W (kr) wrote: Very interesting premise... not sure I'd call it a comedy, but it's good

Niklas S (fr) wrote: Looks good and is very interesting. The thing is that I found it slow for some weird reason. I'm a big fan of "Wheel of Time" and the reason for that is the narration by the great Herzog. That's what this film was missing, an interesting person leading you through the search for the child.

Alex S (nl) wrote: Woody Allen once again proves that he is not as good as people say. This movie is labeled a comedy but it is never funny. The audience is always emotionally detached from the characters and the script is just awful. It's huge cast never lives up to its name and the movie is just uneventful. Very disappointing movie

Kjetil H (mx) wrote: Pure crap,sky denne filmen som du ville gjort med en full naken meksikaner med revolver og the Pigflu!!!!

Zade T (fr) wrote: Very sexy and very thought provoking. It should have been called Nishabd instead of Shabd.

Michael B (ru) wrote: Good story, with an nice indy feel and performances ranging from serviceable to very good. The whole is a slightly above average film worth a gander.

Wrik S (us) wrote: When you look at the start-cast, you would know, what quality and most importantly, what content to expect from such a movie..

Heather M (it) wrote: Yet another Colin Firth movie--a naughty Mr. Darcy in a version of Dangerous Liaisons. Quite good, I thought, and not just because of him.

Tom H (ru) wrote: Compulsion is a great film to experience the first hour, but as soon Orson Welles enters the screen it becomes fantastic. Truly Welles is a force of nature.

Jian G (br) wrote: As funny as it is vile, Bruno is the final installment of Da Ali G Show-character-adaptations. More extreme and shocking but lacking the consistency and charm of Borat. Bruno may be a little too over the top and outrageous to take in at times, but one can't deny its entertainment and not be in awe by Sacha Baron Cohen's nerve and audacity.

Angelo Dean B (mx) wrote: Going to have to agree with the critics here. I thought this movie is going to be great but went downhill the first 30 minutes2.5 Stars

3568 C (br) wrote: An extended after-school special

Ryan M (au) wrote: I was too lazy to change the channel. Almost as bad as a film can be. Giving it an extra half-star for the few unintentional laughs it caused.

Ricky R (mx) wrote: A premise that begins with coincidences colliding and literally exploding, leaving a group of survivors to battle the collapsing tunnel,some pissed off elements, the engineers on the outside, and each other as they make a frantic bid for their lives. The film ventures into cliche territory a few times but for the most part it stays on track with ample tension and jaw-dropping set pieces. Stalone proves to be more than capable as the hero even when the predictable backstory threatens to derail his credibility among his charges. It gets over the top particular as the film barrels towards its conclusion but it still is very much an exciting, worthwhile ride.