Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby

Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby

Рафшан и Джумжуд, гастарбайтеры из Нубарашена, нелегально приезжают в Москву, где бригадир Леонид получил у одного олигарха заказ на супердорогой ремонт. Потеряв в столице «нацайника», Рафшан и Джумжуд пытаются найти и спасти его, сея повсюду разрушения и хаос. Но в самой безнадёжной ситуации судьба поворачивается к гастарбайтерам лицом — Рафшан и Джумжуд узнают страшную тайну, которая изменит всё…

Рафшан и Джумжуд, гастарбайтеры из Нубарашена, нелегально приезжают в Москву, где бригадир Леонид получил у одного олигарха заказ на супердорогой ремонт. Потеряв в столице «нацайника», Рафшан и Джумжуд пытаются найти и спасти его, сея повсюду разрушения и хаос. Но в самой безнадёжной ситуации судьба поворачивается к гастарбайтерам лицом — Рафшан и Джумжуд узнают страшную тайну, которая изменит всё… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby torrent reviews

Mike M (gb) wrote: funny stuff. couldn't imagine being afraid of everything.

gary t (jp) wrote: Well ummm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is an alright movie 2 watch, its nothing special 2 watch but it is an alright movie 2 watch........its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie, I think that Antonio banderas, mark strong, Saoirse ronan, Freddie highmore, Charles dance, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.......I think that the director of this action/adventure/animation/art house/international/sci-fi/fantasy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.........I think that this is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie.......I think that this is nothing special 2 watch but it is such an enjoyable childrens movie 2 watch......the whole cast is:: Freddie Highmore as JustinAntonio Banderas as Sir ClorexJames Cosmo as Blucher, one of the monks, a former knight and Sir Roland's best friendCharles Dance as Legantir, the head monkTamsin Egerton as Lara, Justin's former love interestRupert Everett as SotaBarry Humphries as Braulio, a monk and an inventorAlfred Molina as Reginald, Justin's fatherMark Strong as Heraclio, the main antagonist, a former knight who betrayed his kingdom and murdered Sir RolandDavid Walliams as Melquiades / KaroliusJulie Walters as Grandma Lilly, Justin's grandmother and Reginald's motherOlivia Williams as the Queen, the governor of the kingdomSaoirse Ronan as Talia, Justin's current love interestCastingOn May 25, 2013, it was announced that Freddie Highmore would play the lead role in the film, while Saoirse Ronan and Antonio Banderas were in early talks to join the cast. On June 3, 2013, James Cosmo, Charles Dance, Tamsin Egerton, Rupert Everett, Barry Humphries, Alfred Molina and Mark Strong were also in final talks to join the film, David Walliams was added to the cast, playing Melquiades also known as Karolius, a wizard and on June 17, 2013, Julie Walters and Olivia Williams joined the cast of the film, playing Grandma Lilly and the QueenI think that this is a highly entertaining movie 2 watch.....it is nothing special 2 watch but it is an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......its got good animation throughout this movie......I think that this is an enjoyable childrens movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie.........

Habib U (au) wrote: One of the best Chris Evans's performance to date.

Marischa B (ca) wrote: "From now until the end of time today and everyday shall be know as secretaries day!" Mike (Astin) and Rodney (Vartan) are the best salesmen and Treadstone tire, and they know it. Being rude to everyone has become standard fare until their boss dies. When Ken Castro (Cross), who has been the brunt of their jokes, takes over he immediately demotes them to secretaries. The two realize how they have been and begin to change their ways. I will start by saying that I liked this movie and laughed quite a bit but this is also nothing amazing at all. Very predictable and pretty much a no substance movie but it is worth watching and I liked it. Think "Office Space" but a step above on the absurd scale. There really is nothing to say about this as there is really nothing to it but I again liked it and I think it is worth checking out. Overall, if you liked "Office Space" you will like this. This are worse ways to spend an hour and a half.

Tim R (ru) wrote: What a thrill ride! A must see action movie for those who enjoy these kinda movies!

Kallia V (es) wrote: low budget movie,directing-acting sucked

Luis G (ag) wrote: I loved it! Absolutely good flick. Olman and Penn were great!

Brandon C (fr) wrote: This film is one of those films that is stupid that it demands to be watched, but you enjoy it because it is campy and corny and still has a relatable story in a way.

Stephen R (de) wrote: IDK if i shared this last night so either way i will now cuz its a true classic and approp for MLK weekend to view a slice of American history in a movie that both feels dated and yet incredibly relevant...its certainly strongly set in its era of 60s south with heat you can feel thanks to great filmmaking and acting and Steiger and Poitier give amazing performances as does Warren Oates and the others are all good...a highly intelligent not overly didactic important i dare say film

Isabella B (ca) wrote: Love it so much<3333333

Cha t (jp) wrote: Classic Corman - Scary when I was a kid, historic drivle now.

Tom B (ag) wrote: Wow. "He showed me how to establish contact with a source of infinite power." Perhaps it is the infinite power of Douglas Sirk's movies to excavate realities from scenarios, and emotions from audiences. This is 1950s emotion as only Sirk can do, fully absorbed in its own reality, yet relinquishing it's subconscious to the camera's eye. Subtext and technicolor landscape, Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman, and yes, Agnes Moorehead is God. And what a miracle. To not have a dry eye in the house and laugh at the same time. Is it satire? Yes. Does it believe itself? I think so. Is it earnest? Yes, on so many levels, including the obvious. A multidimensional art. Endless sighs.