. . Based on the life of Luang Pradit Pairoh (Sorn Silapabanleng) the most revered traditional Thai music master who lived during the reigns of Kings Rama V to VIII, the movie traces the lifeThe Overture is the best movies torrent of Peerasak Saksiri, Dolkamol Sattatip, Ittisoontorn Vichailak. This movie was introduced in 2004. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Anuchit Sapanpong, Adul Dulyarat, Pongpat Wachirabunjong, Narongrit Tosa-nga, Phoovarit Phumpuang, Sompob Benjathikul, Kiat Punpiputt, Arratee Tanmahapran, Sumeth Ong-ard, Somlek Sakdikul, Lookpoo Doksedeo, Supaluk Uttamawetin, Aunnop Anawat, Chumphorn Thepphithak, Krit Suwannapaph. There are many categories, such as Music. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 8 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movies torrent. Enjoy this movies torrent and share to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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bernard a (ca)
/10. A good portion of the drama/suspense unfolds during a train trip as director Lang plays with the different shades of love, desire, lust and jealousy. She goes from a very sympathetic victim to scheming femme fatale as she tries to seduce a train engineer (Glenn Ford) to help her get "rid" of the husband. She plays the abused wife of a sadistically jealous husband (Broderick Crawford). Gloria Grahame really shines in this interesting noirish flick from director Fritz Lang
Casey B (us)
[b][i]The Return[/i][/b] >> [color=lemonchiffon]A-[/color] >> Real and touching, nice cinematography as well. Making a kid's film that is a masterpiece is probably one of the most difficult things ever. Not a masterpiece though. [b][i]The Incredibles[/i][/b] >> [color=lemonchiffon]B+[/color] >> Smart, witty, great animation, and other goodness. ) [b][i]Very Bad Things[/i][/b] >> [color=lemonchiffon]D[/color] >> Semi-funny, dark comedy that is just too messy and pointless. (That's a plus in my book. [b][i]Money for Nothing[/i][/b] >> [color=lemonchiffon]C+[/color] >> Not as hilarious as Cusack's 80's flicks, but this one has a pretty good story and doesn't have a moralistic ending. [indent]MOOD: Stressed, other shite I don't feel like mentioning right nowLISTENING TO: Travis - "Give Me Some Truth" / Queens of the Stoneage - "No One Knows"[/indent][b][i]The Tao of Steve[/i][/b] >> [color=lemonchiffon]C+[/color] >> Funny, smart, if a bit conventional
With original and hilarious characters, that one can also connect to, its a reason this is a Wes Anderson classic. The work of Wes Anderson for sure. . Quirky, stylish, limited angle shots and very well written
dfw f (nl)
stars. It's one of the most accomplished feature debuts I have seen in many years. It is rare to have this good of a film from our neighbor to the south. I disagree It's a movie I am willing to suspend my belief to get the film makers intent. The film has been criticized of relying on implausibility, stupid-inconsistent characters & convenient movie thriller conventions and that these detracted from any wider morally instructive points the film might have had. The film?won best first feature? at the Venice Film Festival 2007. A big hit at box office throughout Latin America, "La Zona" found good acceptance in theaters north of the border. he movie is definitely worth viewing. La Zona takes place in a similar ethical twilight. With rolling blackouts and a mood of increasing paranoia, La Zona echoes the classic "Twilight Zone" episode "The Monsters- Maple Street," which put suburban neighbors at each others throats. Even the ??good cop," resorts to thuggish behavior. The film neither demonizes nor makes excuses for the intruders, and harshly condemns the justice system both within and outside La Zona. (And America) La Zona refuses to let the audience off the hook with easy resolutions, however. A sharp social satire, the film shows us a disturbingly close up view of the reality of segregated communities in many parts of South America. It's not deep or difficult to find; it's simply handled in a raw manner that feels fresh. The issues that Pla tackles in the film almost feel like allegory, and the inherent social commentary within the film is great. Production values are top-notch. Whether designing a verdant golf course in full view of desperate slums or the sewers of his overly natural-perfect community-- the art direction becomes as important as the action as the characters themselves. Actor's performances are strong; Even stronger is Antonio Munohierro's perfect art direction. The film poses a number of interesting questions regarding taking the law into your own hands, with regards to segregation, paranoia and insularity, rich versus poor, good versus bad, and it's not a bit subtle about it. But message is clear: The residents of La Zona think their wealth sets them apart from everyone else, giving them special consideration and even power over life and death. She gives us a background for Daniel's reasons for seeking justice outside official channels; She makes him a more three-dimensional figure. She doesn't downplay the burglars' criminal intentions. Santullo's script write writes not showing us anything in strictly black-and-white terms. The film finishes with a punch. This film tackles issues of privilege, responsibility and group mentality in many ways. It is an impressive feature debut that shows us the horrors of vigilante justice, doing more than putting the haves against the have-nots. Twisted values and fear-driven Mob madness form the core of this film. Meanwhile, Alejandro discovers Miguel in the basement, and, while initially wary, he realizes the pathetic, frightened kid needs to get out of La Zona if he's to remain alive. They agree to handle things on their own at a community meeting, but then begin to turn on each other when it's suspected a resident tipped off the outside police. Sixteen-year-old Alejandro (Tovar) is shaken by the killings and uncomfortable with the vigilante intensity of dad Daniel (Cacho) and the other residents. When Alejandro finds Miguel, he feeds and helps the boy. Two of them and one security guard are murdered by the vigilantes, but the sixteen year old Miguel hides in the basement of the teenager Alejandro. They break into a house and kill an old lady; the residents organize militias to chase the delinquents. During a stormy night, a billboard falls over the wall and three smalltime thieves cross the border through the breach to rob. It looks more like a fortress with massive metal gates protecting the rich homeowners from the riff raff outside. Calling this a "gated community" is not entirely accurate. In Mexico City, a wealthy compound is surrounded by walls and surveillance system to protect the locals against the violence of the slums. La Zona is a clever thriller in the tradition of Hidden and Lord of the Flies. Life is cheap and safety is expensive in this startling fable about haves and have-nots in modern day Mexico. La Zona is a movie about class differences, corruption, and the greed that resides within all of us. Occasionally a good film will make its way out of Mexico La Zona is one of those films, a fascinating examination at just how far some people will go to maintain their status and their way of life. La Zona 2007 The Zone
holland h (de)
Sly paints - and he does it with style and grace
Jason M (es)
Holy bad hillbilly horror batman!
Mikey O (br)
Pretty much a ONE NOTE PLOT that wears thin rather quickly! One of the WORST movies I have ever seen! Stereotypical & offensive!