Son of Ali Baba

Son of Ali Baba

In ancient Persia the son of Ali Baba (of forty thieves fame), Kashma Baba is a military cadet by day and a party goer by night. He falls for a girl who he later finds is an escaped slave girl belonging to the wicked Caliph. They flee to his father's palace. But alas, there's more to her than meets the eye. Will the evil schemers succeed? The sons of the Forty Thieves to the rescue!

In medieval Persia, Kashma Baba is a military cadet by day and a roisterer by night. The morning after a rowdy banquet, Kiki, an escaped slave, takes shelter under Kashma's roof. Word comes... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Son of Ali Baba torrent reviews

Marcus D (ca) wrote: Word but thought provoking. Should be watched!

Brett H (ag) wrote: A disturbing cautionary horror tale with an insanely original villain and actual intelligent adult characters instead of disposable teenagers. The story (based faithfully on the novel) is very simple, but the tension runs high IMMEDIATELY after arriving at the "Ruins" and the audience is plunged into a grisly survival story with some shocking violence. Once the cast of familiar faces understands why they are stuck there, everything clicks and the real horror of their predicament surfaces. Using vines and flowers as the antagonist is creepy enough when the characters have to pull them out of their bodies, but once they start mimicking their voices to manipulate the others, it's chilling to the bone. It's a bloody, well-acted, intelligent thriller that'll have you covering your eyes in disgust and being thankful you're not in their situation.

Jacob G (us) wrote: Everlasting Moments is a portrait--a glimpse into another era and expectation. It is one which is gritty and engaging. The characters evoke conflicting emotions within the viewer because they're not ideal. Lead acress Maria Heiskanen does a superb job as a mother who discovers a love of photography while having to deal with a drunkard, abusive husband. Mikael Persbrandt does an equally great job as his role as the husband.As a story of liberation, Everlasting Moments might take modern viewers aback. But what Everlasting Moments highlights is that Maria Larsson became her own woman through her refusal to give up her passion. And that is a mighty thing indeed that even modern people miss in their quest for physical/social liberation.

Marc L (jp) wrote: Alerte a la Vache Folle ! Les vaches ont attaque les humains qui se transforment en zombies ! Faut aimer le genre "film amateur fait avec des bouts de ficelles" Mis a part quelques scenes gores, pour ma part, la sauce ne prend pas...

Kent L (jp) wrote: WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS!?!?!?!!?! awful.

Cathy L (ru) wrote: this movie SUCKED! wasnt worth the money paid to see it,if u wanna see a good Julia Roberts movie i recommend Erin Brockavich (sp?) or Pretty Woman!

Charlie G (us) wrote: Excellent. Great effects. This one's worth watching again.

Ted W (ca) wrote: A glorious mess of a movie. Anything with Miss Munro cavorting about in a leather bikini is worth watching. Having her voice dubbed by a different actress whose intensity does not match the performance is that much more exciting. And yes, in the future robots will be programmed to sound an Arkansas state trooper. Let's get Gortner to be the wonderfully magical being who knows all before the story even starts. Let's feed Plummer some quaaludes and have him act in our movie. Let's let Barry listen to the Star Wars theme and come up with something we can't get sued for!

Riff J (us) wrote: Pretty good horror which manages to deliver a few scares as well as keep you guessing throughout. Best of all, it has a great ending which really helps to bookend this tragic tale.

Andy N (ag) wrote: Pretty crazy how Ironman and The Hulk working together with Donnie Darko couldn't manage to figure this one out.