Bangkok Traffic (Love) Story

Bangkok Traffic (Love) Story

Mei Li is a 30 year old woman who has one bad habit of getting drunk at her friend’s weddings. All because weddings seem to remind her of her single, manless, lonely life. One night, Mei Li wakes up in the middle of the night and went up to the roof to drink beer alone, which became a big scandal that led her to meet Lung, a maintainance engineer of the BTS electric train system. Meeting this strange innocent man without being drunk stirs something within Mei Li for the first time in all of her 30 years.

An urban love story set in the center of Bangkok where thirty-year-old Mei Li struggling to find true love. When Mei Li accidentally meets a handsome BTS engineer whom she considers as the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mike C (it) wrote: Nothing sensational but likable characters. Collette hardly looks like herself as a music critic who takes on the assignment of tracking down a lost musician, thought dead, who also happens to be an ex. Decent plot in that regard. Her character is a good writer who has flings with musicians. The great one is thought to have killed himself but people claim to see him. As the magazine is dying, they need a big story and she assigned the task of finding him. Along the way, she meets Haden Church's character. The guy is always a bit off but always somehow charming. It's a great character in this.The big payoff is whether or not she finds the guy. Well, spoiler...she does. It's a great, great scene with Collette stealing the show. After that, it's a pretty standard rom-com/drama of sorts. But it builds to that scene and Collette delivers. That and the likability of the two main characters makes it an enjoyable if relatively thoughtless flick.

Herv M (de) wrote: Trop mignonne la Zibby :)

Countess N (es) wrote: Really good family Christmas movie great to watch on Christmas Eve.

Alex B (us) wrote: Amazing film!!!!!, comedy genius!!!!!

Tsukasa A (us) wrote: It's more sophisticated and entertaining than first one. Cocoon is a metaphor for protection against evil. About life, aging, happiness etc., the movie is thought-provoking as well.

Charlie G (jp) wrote: A group shows up at a wizards castle to asked the wizard to kill a dragon. They set on an adventure to battle the dragon and the king. Director did a good job of hiding the dragon till the end.

Brad G (nl) wrote: A long time ago in a backlot far far away, Roger Corman turned his penny-pinching sights upon Star Wars and delivered this delightfully goofy space opera comprised of fun model work and heavenly map paintings. The plot is pure Seven Samurai with John Boy Richard Thomas gathering the most cut-throat mercenaries of the known universe to protect his homeworld from the hamheaded John Saxon. Robert Vaughn is bad man Gelt, George Peppard is the belt-whisky dispensing Space Cowboy, and Sybil Danning is the almost clothed Saint-Exmin, Warrior Queen. Together they will spit crazy dialog about kissing and hotdogs and you Corman Nuts out there will eat it up. Lots and lots of fun. VF.


Jeremy A (au) wrote: the original moulin rouge

Jason D (mx) wrote: Though there are a few small story flaws and a low production value, I wasn't bothered by these things. As someone who writes scripts, I can say that this script was a pretty good one when it comes to the basic story. There are lots of twists and turns. It was interesting to see the various characters interact with the situation from their various angles. Expectations were built and then they were flouted. Acting all around was competent - while nothing was transcendent, no one sucked unless you really hate the Milton character. The script also did a good job of building the quirky location. It was better than what I expected from a film festival.

Gregory G (gb) wrote: Hypocritical comedy by the Farrelly Brothers that offers few laughs, but expects us to swallow its condescending message. Jack Black is a superficial man who is only interested in women based on their physical appearance. An encounter in an elevator with a self-help guru (Tony Robbins as himself) leads to Black being hypnotized into seeing women only for their inner beauty. Gwyneth Paltrow is the woman he becomes romantically involved with. The gimmick is that while Paltrow appears obese to everyone else, she appears thin and beautiful to Black. (In the few scenes where Paltrow appears obese she wears a prosthetic body suit.) The Farrellys give us the trite message that real beauty is on the inside, but they undercut their own premise by showing Paltrow as thin for most of the movie. If they were really bold, Paltrow would appear obese throughout. Instead, the Farrellys want to have their cake and eat it too. They also offer the patronizing view that beautiful women are stuck-up bitches and that unattractive women are selfless and kind. There are funny moments, especially between Black and Jason Alexander as his like-minded friend, but the pacing is uneven and it doesn't have the uproarious silliness of the best Farrelly Brothers comedies.