While investigating the theft of antiquities from an ancient tomb excavation , Charlie discovers that the body of the expedition's leader concealed inside the mummy's wrappings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charlie Chan in Egypt
While investigating the theft of antiquities from an ancient tomb excavation , Charlie discovers that the body of the expedition's leader concealed inside the mummy's wrappings.
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Laurent P (ca) wrote: Traitement indigent, interpretation mievre, il faut un peu plus de rigueur pour reussir un film choral...
familiar s (kr) wrote: Amole Gupte is a distraction. Kareena's character is too cheesy. Barring that, all is well here. Of course, it leaves one (i.e. me) with that "could have been better" feeling.
Jenn T (it) wrote: Wasn't really expecting to enjoy this flick but I most definitely did.
Galvy F (us) wrote: When we must get in deep with those whom are too deep for 1 person to understand whether they are normal or we are normal. When we all are deep minded when we look back on our life when we self realize that we were once socially awkward, alone and abnormal from the crowd.We naturally adapt to those whom are awkward, when we are more deeper then they are and naturally know what they are going through. Self submerge ourselves in this awkwardness, mimicking and gaining trust with what we know, yet there is much more that we don't know.When we get into deep to getting even deeper in trouble. When we just don't understand or know what's going on when somethings just come out of the dark, or light when we doing something bizarre or thinking something that makes us do something to change the past for our future. When we all don't know where everything went so wrong, to wishing we went in time to change it so we don't fall victim to our current dismissal life.When getting into deep we know how to stay back and know only a few can get into deep we can trust, to not jeopardize this thought and idea. While some don't get into deep or involved with all of this craziness but we understand the heart wants what the heart wants. The mind wants what the mind wants.Sometimes we never get what we want. A memory forever stored and never unearthed. Some moments are meant to remain still and others that are meant to remain constant. Are we crazy to think that someone could think and do so much for us that when we are crazy in love. When we search so deep for something when there is something staring us in the face with the same yearning for intimacy. What changes when what society distinguishes us to be that we care more about that puts the socially awkwardness in our mind.
Dax R (kr) wrote: this is the funniest movie ive ever seen and the fact that this website has a stupid fucking critique of it tells me this is an unrespectable site. the fucks that wrote the review need to get their balls back from their boyfriends and enjoy a vagina as soon as they can. the fucking fags!
Nick B (jp) wrote: Pretty shit was just a bunch of people talking after they have sex. Just wanted to watch it for Mila Kunis and her part with the black chick from Star Trek was pretty cool but shes not in it enough to make the movie worth watching.
Donna L (ag) wrote: Loved this all the way!!! You have to pay close attention to details.
Bhav T (ag) wrote: loved the book. movie was less than average.
Kevin C (us) wrote: A totally nondescript, unremarkable movie. If you've seen pretty much any war movie you've seen all of this before.
Phil R (jp) wrote: A good film by the master of desaster.
Sean C (nl) wrote: If you don't love this movie, you're wrong.
Nate W (fr) wrote: "National Velvet" is the sugary tale of a little Velvet Brown (played by a young, doe-eyed Elizabeth Taylor) and her dream of winning the Grand National atop her beloved horse. The story is as saccharine as it gets, but it's told with such alacrity and purpose that it makes for fairly easy viewing. Even in spite of the dated melodramatic performances (save for Anne Revere's dryly comic turn as the quietly encouraging Mrs. Brown) one can't help but get caught up in this old-fashioned underdog story. Credit Clarence Brown's firm direction but especially Robert Kern's excellent editing, which gives the film a real spring in its step. The quaint seaside toen of Sewels, England and the whirling dervish of the Grand National race are expressively captured by Leonard Smith's wonderful technicolour cinematography.
Cornell W (kr) wrote: I've never been a big Bill Murray fan and this movie didn't help.