MAMAMIA THE MOVIE
Writers: Catherine Johnson (screenplay)
Catherine Johnson (musical book)
Cicak Man (pronounced [tɕɪtɕak mæn], chee’-chuck man) is a 2006 Malaysian comedy-superhero film. It is the first Malaysian film of this genre, and features almost 40% CGI footage. The film was directed by KRU member Yusry and starred comedian Saiful Apek. The name “Cicak-Man” literally translates to “Gecko-Man”.
A sequel, Cicakman 2 – Planet Hitam has been released on 11 December 2008 in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. The original announced release is in the end of 2007
|Produced by||Johan Lucas|
Aznil Hj Nawawi
Adlin Aman Ramlie
|Music by||Edry Abd Halim|
|Distributed by||KRU Films|
|Release date(s)||December 7, 2006|
|Running time||107 min|
Hanif Kureishi (stories)
Anne-Louise Trividic (written by) …
28 March 2001 (France) more
Every Wednesday, She meets once a week.
A failed London musician meets once a week with a woman for a series of intense sexual encounters to get away from the realities of life. But when he begins inquiring about her, it puts their relationship at risk
Neil Gaiman (screenplay) &
Roger Avary (screenplay) …
14 November 2007 (Indonesia)
Action | Adventure | Drama | Fantasy more
Pride is the curse. more
The warrior Beowulf must fight and defeat the monster Grendel who is terrorizing towns, and later, Grendel’s mother, who begins killing out of revenge. full summary
Catherine Johnson (musical book)
Film biograpi Lucu dan menarik
I Am a Sex Addict
I Am a Sex Addict is a 2005 autobiographical comedy by American independent director and screenwriter Caveh Zahedi.
Presented in semi-documentary style, the film chronicles Zahedi’s own sex addiction and its impact on his life, relationships, and film making. His addiction was manifested by visiting prostitutes, and being open about this with his successive partners.
The film premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and was subsequently picked up for distribution by IFC Films.
The film aired on The Movie Channel and Showtime in 2007.
|Directed by||Caveh Zahedi|
|Produced by||Thomas Logoreci
|Written by||Caveh Zahedi|
|Music by||Hilary Soldati|
|Editing by||Thomas Logoreci
|Distributed by||IFC Films|
|Release date(s)||October 14, 2005|
|Running time||98 min.|
Korea Punya, Muantapppp………..
My Girl’s Boy
Also known as: My Girl’s Boy (Nae Yeojaeui Namja Chingu)
Subtitle: English (Hard-subbed)
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Comedy / Romance / Mature 18+
Seok-ho (Choi Won-yeong), a self-styled playboy with a beautiful wife, is fooling around with Ji-yeon (Ko Da-mi), a voluptuous photographer, but pines for Chae-young (Kim Poo-reun), a college student who appears to be the most virtuous girl in all of Korea. But it turns out that Chae-young, who frustrates her suitor at every turn, is not so chaste after all. The plot thickens as Seok-ho’s best friend Young-su (Ko Hye-seong), outwardly awkward and shy, sets his sights on Ji-yeon, not realizing that she is already involved with his best buddy.
They are unaware of their indirect interrelations until they are all invited to a concert and…
Ako, Hiro and Yoshi have been good friends since they were children. Yoshi has secretly always been in love with Ako but when she starts dating Hiro he snaps. After a study session with Yoshi, Ako wakes up dazed, locked in a small room with her hands tied and her legs chained…
RATED MATURE. MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO VIEW.