Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote

Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote

There is trouble brewing in the world of Agimat and monsters are scaring and kidnapping children. The monsters seem capable of travelling in other worlds and Agimat is able to crossover with them to Encantasia, the world of Faye, Ina Magenta and our hero, Enteng Kabisote. The fairies wonder why monsters are able to cross worlds. Agimat is amazed of the other world and hopes that things in his world would turn out better. His dream one day is to have a happy family like Enteng’s.

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Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote torrent reviews

Bootchain (it) wrote: FUNNY. still have to see The Birds

Phil H (br) wrote: Old Dolph hits rock bottom with this flick, possibly the most low budget, poorest and laughable action flick from Dolph so far. This really is a joke, even Seagal's films aren't quite as bad as this. The effects look like they been done by a high school student on his computer, the fights and gun battles are hilariously bad, dialog isn't worth mentioning and the cast are starting to repeat films if you look closely, same D-listers for these bargain basement straight to the garbage can offerings. The plot isn't too bad though, travelling back in time to stop a team finding some infected meteors that will infect and wipe out mankind in the distant future with a plague, could be cool but I'm afraid its not. Avoid unless you want a laugh.

Deolamokyahoocom D (nl) wrote: This movie's heart is in the right place, but its script is awkward enough that its believability comes and goes in fits and starts as it progresses. Eban begins by hitting on Charley quite blatantly in a way that would only be socially possible if he: a) had nearly omniscient gaydar or b) knew that the script was going to make Charley an androphile (young gay guy who likes older guys) anyways so there was no risk. I doubt the author meant to make Eban come across quite as creepy as he does at several points. Don't get me wrong; I don't ask that the ephebophile character be perfect -- if Eban is a complex character who has his problems, that's fine. But I just had the impression that some of his scenes were more clunkily written than deftly constructed to show his human fallibility. Giovanni Andrade as Charley, however, saves the day by delivering a wonderfully nuanced performance of the young, cool gay teen with love in his heart. It's a study in acting to watch his eyes as he obliquely but forcefully invites Eban into his life; he has indescribable charm. It's a pity he doesn't have more to interact with as he takes on his cardboard caricature of a nasty dad prior to making his break for freedom with Eban. The ending reminded me of E.M. Forster's novel Maurice, which also dealt with an illegal relationship by plotting an implausible escape from society. In Maurice, the two gay partners go to live off the land in the English forests, where presumably no one will remark on their relationship and have them sent to prison. In Eban and Charley, the two illegal lovers simply escape on the train to Seattle, even though Charley's father has already threatened to call the police. Well, Seattle isn't exactly Paraguay - we all know that in real life, Eban is in the slammer for 20 years and Charley is being worked over by psychiatrists. In the movie, though, seems to leave us imagining they are going to have the good life they deserve. The courage of the filmmakers to put this movie together has to be applauded, though. If the script is inept at times and if it seems obvious that all the characters, even the straight ones, are played by LGBT actors, the fact is, with such a controversial topic, you're not always going to have access to the top level of cinematic excellence. Let's hope this movie paves the way for more expensive treatments of the same theme.