Ibrahim Labyad

Ibrahim Labyad

In their very early age of innocence, a young boy and his neighboring girl, the two kids growing up in the same tangled allies and dark narrow paths of one of all time Cairo's many ...

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Ibrahim Labyad torrent reviews

Richie Tipsy K (mx) wrote: Hahaha... So bad it was almost good. I couldn't wait to see just how corny it was going to get. Brilliantly terrible!

Ty P (ag) wrote: While being fresh and original at the start, the plot eventually plays out like 'Independence Day' and many others before it.

Umy B (br) wrote: A very successful neo-noir film. Why not?

Yuri B (ru) wrote: British version of the Longest Yard... & Statham's character was insane... like literally... insane.

Jack P (jp) wrote: Directorial debut from shock rocker Rob Zombie, house of 1000 corpses is a promising, cult horror film. About a group of cross country bag packers documenting roadside attractions whom get kidnapped by a family of psychopathic killers. An out and out crazy, violent gore fest, which Zombie's experimental filming style really captured the insanity. A great and different horror.

Kerry M (de) wrote: Although there was funny scenes in this, I just didnt like it.

Robert N (fr) wrote: The world is a sadder, bleaker, more hopeless place because of this movie. There is absolutely nothing that redeems this film. It's not funny, the acting sucks and none of the characters are remotely likable. America slipped down a notch in status as a world power for allowing this abomination to be made on it's shores. Even Dave Chappelle sucks in this film. Thanks for ruining my life, producers of this monstrosity.

Jordan D (de) wrote: Great movie, anyone who doesn't cry while watching this film is a damn communist!

Johnny T (au) wrote: The movie advances in a tantalizing fashion, supplying information obliquely, suggesting as much as it tells, and everything leads up to a climax that is as horrifying as it is probably inevitable. Director George Sluizer unfolds his story with non-hysterical -- but nonetheless unnerving -- precision. Vanishing is refreshingly free of manipulative scenes involving running bath water, jagged-edge cutlery and bunnies in the saucepan. In an unusual tack, the movie reveals the likely perpetrator almost immediately. "Vanishing," almost scientific in approach, reserves its suspense, not for the who, but rather the what and why. In another unusual development, the movie takes significant time visiting with the stranger, revealing his eerily normal family life. Sluizer adapted the film, but he takes a more non-linear approach than the book, which heightens the story at strategic moments to build suspense. Sluizer's direction is seamless throughout, effortlessly juggling domesticity and damnation as it ploughs inexorably towards an appaling dnouement. Mr. Sluizer, whose direction has the spooky precision of nonfiction crime writing and whose matter-of-factness makes the characters seem quite real, builds a disturbing horror story from seemingly modest beginnings. A clinical, maddening descent into the mind of a serial killer and a slowly unraveling hero.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)

Scott E (de) wrote: Never Mess With Chuck Norris The Truck Driver.

Russell H (mx) wrote: I liked Dr. No a little better. Connery is still very entertaining. Loved the pepper spray briefcase. Also loved the cat petting, evil boss who named his people by numbers. Wish I had seen these before Austin Powers.

Carlos P (kr) wrote: La representacin ms fiel de un poema a una pelcula, como tal se debe intentar sentirla y no entenderla, imgenes muy bellas, significados escondidos, gran direccin y actuaciones, una obra maestra.

Farah R (br) wrote: What could possibly be worse than a teen chick flick? This movie is definitely the answer. Barely Lethal aims to be smart with its secret agent subplot but under all that cheesy acting and adolescent romance, it's nauseating.

Darlyne L (it) wrote: The classics are always so great. I loved the themes and how they play out to the resolution.