The misadventures Vaatjie Venter, a talented pastry chef and the top student at the hotel school where he is training. Vattjie becomes the lead candidate to win a scholarship to train under world famous master chef Pierre Cousteau in Paris. But Vaatjie's charmed life is tested to its limits when his jealous classmate James tries to prevent Vaatije from winning the opportunity of a lifetime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Wrik S (it) wrote: Too slow and dragged out to make sense, though there are shades of a good storyline and concept, though hidden under weaker narration..
Julien B (nl) wrote: a commence plutot bien : une atmosphre fantastico-loufoque la Tsui Hark. Puis a se dissout dans des s (C)quences mivres propres certaines prod asiates. Dommage car les scnes d'action sont trippantes.
Tit M (nl) wrote: sympa le role de la petitefilm assez plat
Erika G (de) wrote: funny and disgusting, a somewhat noble story of a son getting revenge on the people who murdered his mother. Along with some interesting and perverted characters including a deformed asian with a penchant for 'menstrual tea', and a pimp who's no stranger to improvised abortions. not for the weak-stomached, but amusing overall.
Britany B (gb) wrote: this movie never gets old.
lisa v (fr) wrote: Quirky, sad, and comic. People can be such jerks. The young actor was excellent.
Rainer K (jp) wrote: Once Were Warriors is a dark tale about a poor Maori family in New Zealand. Maori sounds exotic and you'll probably know not much about their culture going into the film. This is part of why it works so well but actually you could replace this family with Afro-Americans, Latinos or some other ethnic minorities in the country of your choice.Their problems of domestic violence and alcoholism are universal, though I haven't seen many films that offer a better insight into the subject.Director Lee Tamahori really seems to know what he's showing us and he not only has the film making skill to create a bleak and gritty atmosphere but also a knack for casting: Both the lead actors, Rena Owen and Temuera Morrison are just perfect but the biggest sensation for me was Mamaengaroa Kerr-Bell who is playing Grace. Grace also happens to be the most interesting character. An somewhat intellectual, innocent girl in midst of a chaotic and damaged family.The film starts off kinda slow and formulaic but turns in one of the most uneasiest films I've seen in a while. It's brutal, shocking and gut-wrenching. Honestly, it broke me and left me in shambles.PS: I didn't realize that New Zealanders speak with such a strange accent. Sounds like lazy British. I thought it'd be more like Australian.
Denise A (jp) wrote: Turned out to be a good movie.
Steve L (kr) wrote: Terrible movie. Which, of course, is why it's my favorite. Hard to come by, but definitely worth watching. I saw that shit in the exorcist.
Sam M (mx) wrote: Loved it, always a Murphy classic. Awesome Mercedes.
JH K (mx) wrote: La quintaesencia de Buuel y una joya del cine patrio.
Dustin I (es) wrote: Ingrid Pitt is exceptional in her role as the doomed countess! This is one of Hammers underrated and best films!