The Iron Ladies
The two main characters, Mon and Jung, play two gay transvestites, who had been constantly overlooked by volleyball coaches because of their appearance. However, when a local team changes coaches, the new coach holds tryouts for a new team. When Mon and Jung are selected, most of the old players resign, leaving the new coach, Coach Bee, in a sticky predicament.
- Stars:Akkineni Nageshwara Rao, Krishna Kumari, Savitri, Gummadi, Rajasulochana, Devika, Chittor V. Nagaiah, Kanta Rao, Relangi Venkatramaiah, Suryakantham, Jesdaporn Pholdee, Sahaphap Tor, Ekachai Buranapanit, Giorgio Maiocchi, Chaichan Nimpulsawasdi, Kokkorn Benjathikoon, Shiriohana Hongsopon, Phomsit Sitthijamroenkhun, Sutthipong Sitthijamroenkhun, Anucha Chatkaew,
- Director:Yongyoot Thongkongtoon,
- Writer:Visuttchai Boonyakarnjawa, Jira Maligool, Yongyoot Thongkongtoon
A triumph over adversity. Based on the true story of the 1996 Thailand National Champion Volleyball Team. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Iron Ladies torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A really good attempt of showing Christianity trying to fit in the real world but unfortunately didn't really pull it off.Story of a Christian Guy bailing church after hypocrisy in the church & going to a very liberal college.The acting is a little so & so & the story isn't too bad it just doesn't really achieve much in the way of Christians really connecting with others. There where a few good scenes here & there but I found it a little unsatisfying.
(br) wrote: Decent cast but mediocre plot (very much something that has already been done).
(br) wrote: Giving out a zero percent rating has never felt so good. Without a doubt the worst movie ever made, and one of the worst horrors ever, if you can even call it a horror. Cabin Fever 2 is a dreadful sequel to a bad predecessor, it is so unbelievably disjointed and abhorrent it's a film I hate with a passion, as to how someone got permission and a green light to go ahead with this is beyond me, a witless attempt at crafting a feature. There's hardly a story here, hell look at that poster and you can instantly tell it's cheap, absent of quality and looks like an amateur school project, no wonder this was straight to DVD and shelved for at least two years. The characters have no brain power to think, they're dumb, disposable bags of blood simply for this tame virus to spread in. The acting is horrendous, Noah Segan yells, whines and winges constantly and I had a headache, there's no believable aspects in the acting and it's genuinely some of the worst ever put to film. Ti West's direction is really poor, at least his 2011 horror The Innkeepers scared me and compelled me, this can be forgotten hopefully. There are literally no scary moments or anything remotely creepy, and there's a foul use of sexual diseases seen in later scenes of the movie, yet there's no impact, just disgust. Whoever the hell wrote this needs a serious lesson in structure, I'm no expert but I can see mess on screen. Spring Fever takes the high school prom scenario, but without the glamour and fun, slaps on a virus premise and calls itself a horror.
(au) wrote: it's worth seeing cause od Asia Argento alone
(us) wrote: Really great movie to watch
(au) wrote: Mentally random... Shock aside, it's an entertaining watch.
(au) wrote: this movie makes me miss my dad but after watching it this time I realize it also can stand as a metaphor for taking (calculated) risks in life when there will be those who don't believe in you or your ideas.
(gb) wrote: Could be worthwhile, will see.
(fr) wrote: Kids would like it, but if you're older than 14, there's not a lot here other than a few neat stunts and shots and baby faced Nicole Kidman.
(jp) wrote: The TV movie for the series that wasn't picked up. Low budget but interesting.
(jp) wrote: Walter Matthau plays 3 different roles in 3 separate stories of what took place in the same suite at the Plaza Hotel. I enjoyed the smart dialogue and different looks at some varied relationships.
(es) wrote: Great songs and awesome movie
(kr) wrote: An unnamed man only known as XXXX (Daniel Craig) is a London underworld figure who has established himself in the cocaine business as one of the city's biggest suppliers, whilst presenting himself as a figure with legal business operations. Considering himself a businessman and a patient person, he leaves the darker aspects of the business to his henchman Morty (George Harris), who had previously spent 10 years in prison for murder. Once he has earned enough to ensure his long-term financial security, XXXX plans to retire. Approaching this point, his retirement plans go wrong when his powerful supplier Jimmy Price (Kenneth Cranham) instructs XXXX to track down Charlie, the teenaged daughter of Price's associate, Eddie Temple (Michael Gambon), who has fled a rehabilitation centre along with her drug-addicted boyfriend. To track her down, XXXX enlists the help of two con men known as Cody and Tiptoes. To the frustration of XXXX, the boyfriend is found dead and Charlie has apparently been kidnapped, although no ransom has been demanded. At the same time, Price instructs XXXX to organise the purchase and distribution of one million ecstasy tablets from a low-level gangster styling himself as "The Duke" (Jamie Foreman). XXXX does not know the pills had been stolen from a gang of Serbian war criminals based in the Netherlands, and who have been in hiding since the Yugoslav Wars and are now large-scale drug producers. Meanwhile, XXXX encounters the Duke's nephew Sidney (Ben Whishaw) at a bar and becomes attracted to his disillusioned girlfriend Tammy (Sienna Miller). XXXX tries to broker the sale of the ecstasy pills to Liverpool gangsters Trevor and Shanks, but they refuse, informing him of the drugs' purloined nature and of the fact that the Serbs have sent an assassin, known as Dragan, to find the pills and kill those responsible for their theft. Because the Duke had mentioned XXXX's name to the Serbs beforehand, he, too, is now in danger. Members of the Duke's gang soon start turning up dead and the Duke himself goes missing. XXXX arranges a tryst with Tammy, but before it can be consummated, he is kidnapped by henchmen of Eddie Temple (the father of Charlie). Temple informs him that Jimmy had lost 13 million in a failed investment in Africa and is now hoping to sell the pills to recoup his losses. He demands instead that XXXX sell the pills to him, and plays him a recording indicating that Jimmy has been a long-term informant for Scotland Yard and intends to betray XXXX to the police as soon as the deal is done, planning to gain clemency from the deal and also take away XXXX's wealth. XXXX needs to figure out how to keep his wealth and health...The critical consensus of "Layer Cake" states that it is "A stylized, electric British crime thriller". Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times remarked, "The movie was directed by Matthew Vaughn, who produced Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, and this one works better than those films because it doesn't try so hard to be clever and tries harder to be menacing". Of Craig's performance, he said, "Craig is fascinating here as a criminal who is very smart, and finds that is not an advantage because while you might be able to figure out what another smart person is about to do, dumbos like the men he works for are likely to do anything". Craig's starring role in the film has been cited as the performance that led to his high-profile casting as James Bond. Matthew Vaughns "Layer Cake" carries the craziness, fast paced action, one liners, colourful character gallery and humour we saw in "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and "Snatch", however thats no wonder as Vaughn was involved in those films, but in "Layer Cake" I reckon Vaughn has found a better set up thats always balancing on the right side and never really goes over to the "too much of everything" side. Its got great visual style, excellent performances and a story that fits the genre so to speak. Daniel Craig is great as XXXX and with actors such as Michael Gambon, Tom Hardy (yes, small role) etc you cant really go wrong, And Sienna Miller is just to die for in this film. I love that Vaughn has created a great soundtrack for the film as well, and I guess that he has learned that from Guy Ritchie. "Layer Cake" is as solid cool gangster thriller with a twist and I do love the ending. The original ending, the ending Sony Pictures wanted Vaughn to use, shows XXXX driving off into the sunset with Tammy. Vaughn secretly recorded the alternate ending, showing XXXX being shot by Sidney to the screening audience and ended up using it based on popular vote, stating "It was not like other American movie endings". Thumbs up for that Mr. Vaughn!
(es) wrote: This movie reminded me of Crash. Similar themes and equally good cast. Dark.