'Wag kang lilingon

'Wag kang lilingon

"Wag Kang Lilingon is a twin-bill horror movie In the first story "Uyayi," Anne plays Melissa, a young nurse with a bright future ahead of her. But will the future turn to her favor as ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:Filipino,Tagalog
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:journalist,   murder,   ghost,  

"Wag Kang Lilingon is a twin-bill horror movie In the first story "Uyayi," Anne plays Melissa, a young nurse with a bright future ahead of her. But will the future turn to her favor as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


'Wag kang lilingon torrent reviews

Corey B (br) wrote: This is a beautiful, rich film, creating a compelling world around the characters forced to deal with ancient honor codes in a modern society.

Billy S (jp) wrote: Evocative and atmospheric but pretentious and slow. I may need to watch this again because the first time I grew bored.

Mikey B (br) wrote: Thank god for American Mary!

Wes S (jp) wrote: Dranquest is about as cheap and thinly plotted as any other Asylum film, but it does carry a little bot of charm. It starts off interesting, and references/rips-off several other fantasy films. But by the time it gets half-way though, the film is already worn-out and dull. Awful effects and poor characters, the movie ultimately dwindles down the same cheap cash-in road.

Ninjaw P (ag) wrote: J'ai vachement aime ! completement barre ce film tres a part, c'est un des premier films de ces deux merdes que j'aime, il faut dire que de l'humour gamin dans un film aussi glauque ca rend mieux. Tres difficile a decrire, une vision du monde decalee, tres glauque et surrealiste, en fait j'ai aime comprendre la vision du realisateur, surtout, aussi decalee soit elle. Ca m'a rappeler boris vian, un livre que j'avais deteste.

kria m (gb) wrote: Why did you make me cry??

Jennifer M (es) wrote: Wonderful, nuanced performance by Diane Lane, and the rest of the cast is solid, but the movie loses a sense of itself in the last twenty minutes and ends up feeling like a Lifetime channel movie rather than a theatrical release; perhaps the writers were looking for emotional catharsis rather than plot resolution, but they did not meet the expectations they set up for themselves regarding the plot in the middle of the picture where they began a different type of movie, then abandoned it. Still, I recognize many of the interactions and behaviors and speech reflected in Connie and Edward's marriage, so the movie held some core of truth about what sometimes happens in a long-term relationship.(Also... to go for the basest common denominator here ... the affair is pretty hawt.)

Jillian S (au) wrote: One of my favorite westerns!

Michael H (jp) wrote: As historically accurate as 300 but fun and heartwarming nonetheless!

Alexander C (nl) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Jen A (br) wrote: An atmospheric but dull-as-ditch-water first hour. It picks up when the rodeo gets underway and the action scenes have some great zip. Plus there's a classic bar fight. Steve McQueen epitomises cowboy cool but can't cover up a paper-thin plot and an essentially boring film.

Erica T (kr) wrote: The stories of these four Iranian women are interesting and heartbreaking, but the question of fantasy and reality took me away from the story.

Angela P (de) wrote: My favorite D.W. Griffith movie. Not quite the epic that Intolerance is, but I liked this one better than Intolerance. Lillian Gish's character is just heartbreaking, it's got some nice light moments of comedy, good bits of romance, lots of drama, and because it is D.W. Griffith, a bit of epic action near the end. I really enjoyed it.

Jerome B (gb) wrote: Good true story with a enjoyable cast!

Paul D (es) wrote: Noticably low-budget but still sends a hard-hitting message about race and corruption.

Cliff J (nl) wrote: Drones, Drones, Drones, Drones, Drones, Drones, Drones, Drones. Seriously, though, this movie was all about choices and suspense. You find yourself annoyed at the people unwilling to make decisions...but also frightened that some people will make decisions poorly. As you watch, it becomes clear that lives hang on a million little choices. Stopping the bad guys? Not very easy to do well. It is modern military warfare as a morality play. And from the moment you meet the little girl selling bread, you know fully what is at stake.