Touki Bouki

Touki Bouki

A cowherd with a skull-mounted motorcycle and a university student meet in Dakar; put off by life in Senegal, they plan to make money in Paris.

Mory, a cowherd who rides a motorcycle mounted with a cow's skull, and Anta, a university student, have met in Dakar, Senegal's capital. Alienated and disaffected with Senegal and Africa, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shamith G (gb) wrote: Zero Stars.....Worse than chennai Express...

Cee C (us) wrote: Its like telling a story from the vilain's point of view.

Jesse B (fr) wrote: A wonderful look at the demented war on drugs and the idiots behind it. 12 million American tax dollars were spent to put away Tommy Chong for 9 months for bong sales. Is the world really safer with Tommy behind bars? Is he really supporting terrorists with his private habits? A glance at how politicians will do anything to make a case for their reelection. I do not condone or condemn the use of marijuana because its just not for me but Tommy is a good man who was put away without reason. Tommy is not the enemy, the people with all the money and power are.

Alberto T (nl) wrote: one of the best movie I've ever seen...

Federico F (br) wrote: Good documentary film music rap style, set in a grotesque Detroit, shaken by provocative bands, where it counts the survive and how they can move forward

Jan Marc M (us) wrote: Rosetta is an effective commentary on the social and economic conditions in Belgium through a vivid portrait of a young victim of poverty. Determined.

Private U (ag) wrote: Poesa, amor y muerte.

Jitendra M (fr) wrote: great music. Golden Days of Amitabh.

Jason J (gb) wrote: Best remembered for the Infamy quote by Kenneth Williams. Top stuff.

Tuomas R (kr) wrote: Sivistysaukkojen paikkailua!

Lilian W (it) wrote: Bergman is as brilliant in Comedies as he is in his Tragedies. Brilliant dialog and Superb performances, specially from Eva Dahlbeck. A very unusual interpretation of William Shakespeare's A midsummer Night's Dream.

pat g (it) wrote: this is my favorite movie of this genre. errol flynn is an excellant Custer.

Sam M (br) wrote: I recommend this movie to all kids. Great movie

Jack O (mx) wrote: Lady and the Tramp is the first classic which is starring dogs. It also has nostalgia where man's best friend's are dogs. This is the first film that has widescreen, it's called Cinescope and cinescope has films in cinema's screen that does not move the camera where there's two black lines top to bottom. The scene where the tramp shouts at the beaver by saying ''I SAID A LOG PULLER!'' that made me laugh and the siamese song sang by the siamese cats. There's nothing thrilling about Lady and the Tramp, it's just about dogs who fell in love and all it has is bits of funny moments. The rat scene is vicious and climax and rescuing the tramp is really is something. Yeah, like I said there's nothing more thrilling about it.

Curtis M (fr) wrote: I enjoyed the first half of this movie because it was simply about a woman trying to survivor in the open water against a shark. Although a little convenient at times, I really enjoyed watching a smart character explore her surroundings and figure out the best way of trying to make it out alive. But then the end came and man was that brutal. It was cheesy, predictable and completely unrealistic. I get those shark movies that aren't meant to be realistic and they are just meant to be fun but this tried to be a serious movie and the last 20 minutes completely took that away. This movie should've just stayed being simple because that was when it was at its best. It offered a little bit of suspense but the emotion wasn't there and the end was too over the top for my liking.