Only eight out of 36 boys pass the rigorous training at Seoul Action School. They all have different dreams but all wish to become stuntmen. Despite frequent accidents and injuries, they never give up their dream, and the movie follows their hopeful desperation.
A documentary on five young wannabe stuntmen working in the South Korean film industry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Action Boys torrent reviews
(br) wrote: 2 fois pire que le premier. En esp (C)rant ne pas en voir un 3e!
(kr) wrote: Clunky. Very clunky. Seen worse though.
(jp) wrote: Intriguing vampire film a little hampered by budget but still very creative.
(nl) wrote: This movie just sucks all over, bad acting, bad script, bad camera work, completly fake and horrible. This movie made me sick to my stomach it was so bad, the worst movie I have ever seen in my whole life. -100000/10
(mx) wrote: although not the best marvel film it has heart and is action pact and a solid film all the way.
(ag) wrote: a well crafted thriller with sanjay giving mindblasting performance
(fr) wrote: Slightly disappointing for something with such an original theme.
(ca) wrote: Very great movie. Very entertaining, light-hearted movie. I just didn't like how it ended. But other than that, I very much enjoyed it.
(us) wrote: Fine performances by its' stars, specifically Katherine Hepburn, but a movie that Is easily forgotten.
(fr) wrote: Lang made this adaptation of Molnar's play, about a randy carnival barker and his mistreatment of a sweet girl, in between countries in France, fleeing Nazi Germany after the banning of Mabuse, en route to his tempestuous two decades in Hollywood. Slow going and studio bound, the comedy picks up when Charles Boyer is whisked to a police station in Heaven, where Lang gets a chance to present some surreal images and effects on a limited budget.
(kr) wrote: An entertaining gangster movie from the 30s. Great dialog and a pretty solid plot. Worth a watch for all you fans of crime-flicks.
(au) wrote: The other worse movie seen by a human eye!!!The worse ever!!!!!
(de) wrote: A story about masturbation in 3rd person and the ouroboros.
(kr) wrote: This movie was sheer brilliance; beautifully shot and wonderfully acted out, not to mention the strong plot line that keeps you on edge thru out the whole film. Lisa Bonet makes a cameo appearance in this and it is by far the cutest thing I've ever seen her in. The chemistry between off screen husband and wife on screen was electric. I really love how Momoa and his crew paid great attention to detail, it really paid off; and the result, Road to Paloma, one of the most phenomenal films I've seen all year. Congrats, Jason, actors who usually take up the directorial route tend to make shite films, but this was amazing. (The end was confusing as all hell, but I won't ruin that for anyone.)
(mx) wrote: Snowpiercer left me with mixed feelings; while I appreciated its social commentary, I was left than pleased with it lack of variation of setting and immense amounts of gore.Snowpiercer heavily relied on its thread of light vs dark in order to advance the message of the movie with light eventually equating knowledge in the end. While this thread was well placed and executed, I felt that the fact that the setting was so stagnant partially detracted from this. The filmmaker could have done a better job of differentiating each section of the train to help combat this.Another point of discontent for me was the amount of Chinese spoken without translation or subtitles. While sometimes Nam would use the electronic translator at his disposal, they were still long periods that his Chinese went untranslated in the movie. I don't know if this is because I found some bootleg version online that neglected to include subtitles or what but it left me pretty lost.I also felt some part were bizarrely not thought through. For instance, how did the two kids who survived in the end come out unscathed and fully garnished in eskimo clothing when the 2 people standing next to them were incinerated?? That makes entirely no sense.I did enjoy the overall social commentary on classism and survival throughout the film. I would definitely say that Curtis is not a classic hero figure. This was hinted at when he turned his back on Edgar and allowed him to be sad. A true hero would have found a way to beat the odds and save him while furthering the mission.All in all, the movie was OK. Not great, and not terrible, but definitely too gory for my tastes.