A portrait of village life in South Thailand, home of retired Malay-Muslim members of the communist party of neighboring Malaysia. Recollections of the decades-long guerrilla war are interspersed with a Thai radio soap opera. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Village People Radio Show
A portrait of village life in South Thailand, home of retired Malay-Muslim members of the communist party of neighboring Malaysia. Recollections of the decades-long guerrilla war are interspersed with a Thai radio soap opera.
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Leslie W (es) wrote: Really good movie the girl believes and does not care what other people think and would be able to die for it, I personally think that the people who give this a negative review are not christians. Joy Scott was a girl with courage, the columbine story is sad, it can be interesting. it teaches you if you really believe in something, you not be ashamed of what other people think, there is no reason for negative reviews.
Emm F (es) wrote: ah, a to som ?akala, e budem iba obdivova? aty, a ono ma to pekne dojalo. miestami dokonca roztomil!
Al S (ru) wrote: A slick, stylish and adrenaline-pumping action knockout. A solid, hard-hitting, and well-crafted fast-paced action-thriller. It's highly entertaining, constantly thrilling and thoroughly engaging. An old-school and straight forward action film that hits all the right notes. Director, Peter Hyams crafts a quick-moving, smart, straight-up and riveting movie that fills the eighty minute void just fine and adds a nice little plot twist. The action scenes are tough and well-done and has some pretty great performances. Tom Everett Scott and Orlando Jones are terrific. Jones and Scott have some good character moments and prove to be more than a passable match for Van Damme. Jean-Claude Van Damme is sensational, he gives a great and nutty villainous performance, one of his best roles and performances in some time. It's great to see Van Damme and one of his favorite directors again doing what they do best.
Lisa S (kr) wrote: The people who went to see this movie probably went to see it for Chris Brown. I, however, went to see it for Josh Holloway. Yes, it's true. I went to see a movie because I liked the actor. Call me a hypocrite, but to be perfectly honest, he is probably the only reason the movie turned out okay in my opinion. It started out good. I was interested in seeing how the team came together to compete. I loved the positive outlook the movie had. It was kind of sweet! I wish more movies had such kindness. That is one thing this movie has that I really appreciate and love. However, I felt like the movie dragged. I was sitting in the theater thinking, "is it over yet?" The ending was predictable. It had some parts that were so laughable but not in a good way. I felt like the woman who played the dance instructor was not necessary in this film. In the beginning, you might like what you see. I did. But once you get a little more into it, you might fall asleep. All in all, it was an okay movie.
Jiana W (au) wrote: Pretty horrendous. The movie feels cheap as heck, like a bunch of college students made it. Rossif Sutherland sounds like a cartoon character when he speaks and the sex scene between him and Rebecca Romijn is an awkward head-scratcher of a moment.
Erik P (jp) wrote: Saw it a long time ago, at the Filmfestival in Rotterdam. Don't remember much of it, just remember it was beautiful. Would like to see it again.
Lee M (jp) wrote: "Gang Tapes" manages to pull off a conceit previously thought to be tapped-out in both theme and execution. Pic's convincingly natural performances and faux-amateur presentation create a potent, nonjudgmental look at how violence breeds violence in one underprivileged community.
Marta F (gb) wrote: this is my absolute favourite movie of the last few years.... so naturally flowing, so beautifully acted and photographed, such great little moments captured by a charismatic eye... hmmm
Tim M (kr) wrote: Yawn... They gave it away for free for signing up a while back. Don't bother.
Cody M (ca) wrote: This is a fine family movie. It has the humor and emotion to make it watchable.
rocknblues 8 (es) wrote: Great stand up performance. Outside George Carlin and I'm not the biggest fan of stand up comedy, but this one is full funny in your face bathroom humor that is still funny 25 years later. The best parts are Eddie Murphy making in fun of Michael Jackson and Billy Cosby... I do think it closed out a little weak. Mocking the way white people dance is funny, but predictable, and it's kind of a safety net when taking into account the material that came before it. Still, it's one of the few times you get to see Eddie Murphy in his prime before he started playing in one bad film after another. And sadly he's fallen into the trap of playing in one safe family comedy after another. What a shame.
Karrie T (ca) wrote: Just a great movie all the way around, love it and the soundtrack