Story of the adventures of three young men from two of the world's metropolis, New State Trinity Capital and Karen village in Northern Thailand. To help save the world from disaster recovery due to global warming. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Story of the adventures of three young men from two of the world's metropolis, New State Trinity Capital and Karen village in Northern Thailand. To help save the world from disaster recovery due to global warming.
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Sherry R (nl) wrote: I would have to say this is one of the worst movies EVER. Bad acting, cheesy effects, and what sealed it was a "native" with a distinct thick southern accent.
Danielle K (nl) wrote: Gayby is hilarious and it has emotional points. That is really all you can ask for in a dramedy, and the characters' performances just make it that much better.
Somasundram (gb) wrote: a contemporary and modern adaptation of "Devdas"
Bobby L (ag) wrote: In the words of our ambidextrous brethen, what a pantload!
Robert C (de) wrote: Ooooooooh boy, I bet not many of the actors in this one openly admit to being in it. Just plain badly done. Writing was awful, direction was awful, and if I want to see acting this bad again, I'll go to a high school play. The lone bright spot was Lil JJ. He was entertaining.
J F H (kr) wrote: ynopsis: Grande Ecole merges the delirious ogling of naked flesh with highfalutin' cultural theory from abstruse thinkers like Michel Foucoult--a whiplash-inducing combination that could only come from the French. Paul (Gergori Baquet), a middle-class student, arrives at a snooty economics school and finds himself lusting after his new roommate, the upper-class Louis-Arnault (Jocelyn Quivrin)--even though Paul already has a hot-and-heavy relationship with his luscious girlfriend Agnes (Alice Taglioni). Paul's sexual confusion leads him into an affair with a handsome Arab groundskeeper named Mecir (Salim Kechiouche), who falls helplessly in love with Paul. Grande Ecole awkwardly combines race and class consciousness, the defense of a death-row inmate in Texas, and an extensive shower scene with the school's water polo team--but what finally gives it heart is Mecir, whose love for Paul seems doomed to tragedy. --Bret FetzerDirector: Robert Salis
Charity S (fr) wrote: This movie is very sweet. I like how there is a point to make the character plausible, credible -- an 80's yuppie, typical for the time, a novelist yes but a family man who burns dinners and fumbles with smoke alarms and doesn't pretend to know everything -- the movie makes a point of showing you he has a good relationship with his son, his wife, and his friends. He is not easily scared, and has a healthy sense of humor. And then he is, what, abducted? His family is let's say disturbed by an event. He's not sure exactly what it is. He goes thru an apprehensive journey to find out if it's real, to make sense of it...and in the end, he comes to a communion with these beings, real or imagined. But he definitely comes to a communion with his wife and his son and his writing that makes him whole again. I love this movie and Walken's character for being different. And most of the score is by Eric Clapton. Yummy.
Stefan G (us) wrote: For all the effort put into it (and I say that loosely), this film does almost nothing to shake off the feeling that it is little more than a bland B-movie with Playboy models. The story might actually have been decent were it not for lazy writing. It's essentially what Witchfinder General would be like if the main characters were twin girls, and the story involved vampires. Is simple is it is, it's paced really badly, and with terribly flat dialogue. The characters are also completely unconvincing and devoid of personality, or even competent acting talent. The visuals are alright, but the special effects are downright terrible. Some scenes are so badly choreographed that it looks as though they were made on a shoestring budget. If all else fails, any decent horror movie should be somewhat thrilling, and this film can't even accomplish that. This is the kind of film that could have been decent if it were made with more competent direction, but sadly, that could never be, and thus this film is doomed to its place alongside other clich horror films of the early 1970's.
Selvi N (ru) wrote: Elvis runs off to join the circus.
Stephen B (it) wrote: Il vieillit mal. Ca semble creux maintenant.
Jordan S (jp) wrote: Great Movie! Kevin Hart plays a great role and the rest of the cast is great!
Tristan P (ru) wrote: Sssssss is one of a dozen or so horror films that scared the hell out of me when I saw them around the age of 10-12. Many of these films (such as Superstition and Let's Scare Jessica to Death, to cite two recent examples) have sorely disapointed me when I saw them again as an adult. (In fact, only Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural remains as effective to me today as it did back then; I consider it the scariest film I have ever seen.) Sssssss was a special case, because it scared me so profoundly and so thoroughly that I literally couldn't sleep for two nights. For years afterward the sight of a python or a large cobra reminded me of this film. So I was somewhat reluctant to see it again, for two reasons: 1) It was so burnt into my psyche as a terrifying movie-watching experience that a part of me didn't want it to fall victim to the same fate as Jessica and Superstition... I did not want to see it again on the chance that it wouldn't live up to my memories. And 2), paradoxically, a part of me was afraid it WOULD be just as disturbing to me as an adult as it was as a child. Well, I finally broke down and watched it again. Damn. It sucks. I can certainly see how my 12 year old self was traumatized by it, but at 26, it was ludicrous. Although I admit I did squirm a tad at the sight of a man being swallowed whole by a python, I think it was more a case of remembering how deeply the film unsettled me back then than being scared by it now. Interestingly, while I was really unhappy with how films like Superstition and Jessica didn't live up to my memories, I felt I had won some kind of victory over Sssssss... Like I had finally triumphed over a long feared enemy. What a dork I am.