Los dan Faun

Los dan Faun

Los and Faun are close friends who comes from a very poor family in Melaka. Carlos Rodrigo and Ahmad Faun Bin Sulaiman made a decision to find their true life’s destiny in Kuala Lumpur. As soon as the reach there they start searching for their ideal job but due to Faun’s honesty they normally get into trouble and fired at the end of the day. On one particular as the owner of the shop was about to fire them the owner was complaining about how he has misplaced his wallet. All of a sudden Faun had this very strange headache and elaborated in detail where the wallet was located and surprisingly it was true. Los had a brilliant idea out of this new talent Faun has and plans to start a new business service that he will market.

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Liisa L (it) wrote: Important addition to the vaccination debate. Must-see for parents.

dan b (br) wrote: Every other country has giant monster movies so why not Canada? Um well watch this one and you'll see why.

Nicholas L (nl) wrote: Elf is a delicately bombastic, nonsensical comedy that is absolutely hilarious as well as endearing.

Cody M (jp) wrote: This film was a knock-out! But my reasons are much different.

AJ T (us) wrote: Very clever, but seemed to wear thin pretty quickly. I think it would've made a better short, but what do I know. However, the little kid in this is probably the most fucking adorable child in all of creation.

Ford P (fr) wrote: Not quite what I was expecting, but a very good film. F. Prefect

Krishna S (us) wrote: In my list of the three best Indian comedies ever (the others being Chupke Chupke (by the same director) and Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron)...Utpal Dutt's "Yeesh!" and Dina Pathak trying to enter the house through the window always manages to leave me in splits...

Sarah D (nl) wrote: Boys are loving "Swashbuckler Night", I'm loving Errol Flynn :)

Vincent P (ru) wrote: But for the one single shot where you can see the wires supporting the levitating skull, it's damn spooky!

Daniel Y (au) wrote: Ratatouille is one of my favorite Pixar movies because not only is it visually dazzling (like every Pixar movie), not only is it smartly written to where it blends drama and comedy gracefully, and not only do the cast of voice actors do a great job, but it's so downright charming that you can't help but keep a smile on your face throughout most of the movie, which is surprising since our main protagonist is a rat, a very likable and relatable rat for that matter. So, in the end, Ratatouille is a smart, inventive, charming movie that makes you want to revisit it again and again.