The youngster Ta returns to his hometown, and his aunt Pan and her husband Aod bring him home to meet his grandfather and his great-grandmother. Ta misses his mother Daun, who was poisoned ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Long khong 2
The youngster Ta returns to his hometown, and his aunt Pan and her husband Aod bring him home to meet his grandfather and his great-grandmother. Ta misses his mother Daun, who was poisoned ...
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Matt B (ca) wrote: Will admit this film did have it's flat spots along with poor dialogue and cheesy one liners. but where the film lacks in it's screenplay is more than compensated in it's action sequence and great special effects. Especially the way some of the scenes where shot where a reminder why Roland is the best at making destruction look so realistic and grabs your attention. More than 20 years after the original I still found myself thinking that was awesome when the Aliens attacked like I was 10 years old again. I was also impressed by the the space ships and mother ship. I think it would be unfair to judge this movie on the merits of acting and writing and should be reviewed on how cool the movie was. The movie was very cool indeed. but unlike the original sometimes the flat characters and cheesy lines out wieghed the action which effected the movies believability. Also the absence of Will Smith was sadly felt. These negative elements unfortunately inabled the sequel to match up with how impactful and powerful the first one was. The first film was cheesy but it was never flat and the writing was strong which enables the viewer to believe in the threat. which also, i felt the threat level and all is loss feeling u got from the first film, no matter how many times u watch, it was lacking in the sequel. I never really got the feeling that their was a true rock bottom felt by humanity is resurgence. Be that as it may I enjoyed the film as a nostilogical, cool science fiction movie. The film in my opinion works as long as you try not to compare it to the first and just watch it for entertainment purposes. I recommend this film to everyone especially now that it's on the movie channels. its something cool to watch since it's no longer in theatres which makes it alot easier to throw out the expectations because you don't have to pay to see it. I choose not to see it in theatres which was a great choice because I probably wouldn't have enjoyed it as much. the reviews threw me off. but honestly it's not as bad as the critics make it out to be. it's just simply not as good as the first film but its comparison isn't by a landslide it's just missing a few elements and one great actor which made the original an all time classic. Resergence is a fun ride and you will like it. it's a shame we might not get to see what happens after the ending which clearly sets the franchise up for a third film which concept sounds like it might be promising. maybe Roland and the studio should go ahead and do what's never be done before which is go on and make a third film after a sequel that was less superior and completely redeem themselves in the third act.
Jordon J (nl) wrote: This film is from the director of the 2008 film The Strangers which I really enjoyed so I figured I'd check this one out & It was alright one of the better found footage horrors I've seen in some time. I say RENT IT!!!
Leave C (ag) wrote: Too much senseless violence. They wasted a great premise on some ugly stuff. I give this a C.Too much violence, and "horror" elements. I give this movie a C.The actors did a nice job though, I will give them that. I am a sucker for any time travel, alternate realities or time loop plots so I found this disappointing.
Georgieboy M (us) wrote: This depicts the depressing life of four women, it has a very realistic style from the point of view of the women and their fight for his lives and the searching of love. Slow peace but interesting tough.
Jonathan R (gb) wrote: The best movie of all time.
Lee B (ca) wrote: I guess this movie was to help set me up for the mood of The Road and The Lovely Bones. I found this filmmakers later film The Dead Girl somewhat fascinating in its real take of a dark tone and ability to craft the performances of so many people, unless she just got lucky and every actor in the movie did awesome work (Brittany Murphy was in that one). This movie has the same depressing tone throughout. However, there were always peeks at positivity that you somehow wished wouldn?t get shot down.This movie is a tale of a girl who has been forced to act like a woman from a young age, then has a journey that makes her into one. And it ain?t a pretty one. In fact, this journey shows how she will probably be a stronger woman, or person in general, then everyone else that is seen in the movie. It is a definite tragic tale, but doesn?t dwell on any one thing long enough to completely deflate everything. It keeps it moving at a good pace and Agnes Bruckner is amazing. I loved her in The Woods. Now, got to see her in more things.
Weaam M (mx) wrote: nostalgic as Woody's most statuses! loved the trip down the memory lane :)
Reno V (jp) wrote: "A HONEYMOON TO DIE FOR" - 'Death on the Nile' is a good old fashion whodunit based on the Agatha Christie novel. It's one of my favorite 'Hercule Poirot'-movies, starring Peter Ustinov as the famous Belgian detective. This brilliant story is mainly set in Egypt aboard the Nile Padle Steamer, the S.S. Karnak, where a murder takes place. The suspects are all colorful and wealthy people, who had the opportunity and motive to kill. The film won an Academy Award in the category Best Costume Design. 'Death on the Nile' has an impressive cast: Mia Farrow (Rosemary's Baby), Jane Birkin (lover of French singer Serge Gainsbourg), George Kennedy (Naked Gun), Maggie Smith (Harry Potter-movies) and Angela Lansbury (Murder She Wrote). Step on board the S.S. Karnak and try to find out who did it... When Jacqueline 'Jackie' de Bellefort (Farrow) introduces her fianc, the handsome Simon Doyle, to her best friend, the wealthy Linnet Ridgeway, she never could have guessed that the two of them would end up getting married. Feeling betrayed Jackie follows the newlyweds on their honeymoon to Egypt. Linnet and Simon are getting tired of her bullying and ask Hercule Poirot (Ustinov), the famous sleuth who's on a holiday, to talk with their stalker. Jackie ignores his friendly advice and reveals that she carries a small pistol. In an attempt to get away, the Doyles and their maid Louise (Birkin) join Poirot on a trip aboard the S.S. Karnak. Linnet soon finds out that there are more familiar faces on the Steamer: her American laywer Andrew Pennington (Kennedy), Mrs Schuyler and her nurse Bowers (Smith), eccentric novelist Salome Otterbourne (Lansbury) and her daughter Rosalie, a German doctor called Ludwig Bessler and Communist James Ferguson. When visiting a temple, a large piece of rock falls off a pillar, just missing Linnet and Simon. Was this an accident? Back on the ship, they encounter Jackie who clearly doesn't want to give up. In the late evening some of the passengers are playing cards in the lounge, when a drunken Jacqueline enters the room and starts to harass the Doyles. Linnet has enough and goes to bed, but Simon stays behind and begins to argue with his stalker. In a rage Jackie draws her pistol and shoots him in the leg. In total shock she drops the weapon. Simon, who is in pain, orders the witnessing passengers to take Jacqueline to her cabin and to keep a close eye on her. The next morning, Linnet Doyle is discovered murdered in her cabin, she has been shot in the head. Naturally Jackie is the most logical suspect, but she's got an alibi. With almost every passenger having a motive to kill, Poirot will need to use his grey cells to find out the truth.
Peter F (au) wrote: Luis Bunuel's background in surrealism actually proved resourceful for documentary films. This look at an impoverished Spanish village is unsettling even by today's standards.