Part supernatural chiller, part campy melodrama, The Uninvited begins with a nightmare. A boathouse going up in flames, with a very ill woman moaning inside it. Rubbish bags in a forest, stuffed with rustling corpses. The dreamer, hospitalised Anna (Emily Browning), has some buried secrets in her head, like Joan Crawford in one of her Warner Bros vehicles from the 1940s, only with less alarming eyebrows.
Anna is discharged with irresponsible alacrity by her shrink, and goes home to stay with her novelist father (David Strathairn) and older sister Alex (Arielle Kebbel), who are barely on speaking terms after mum died in that boathouse blaze. Their late mother’s nurse (Elizabeth Banks) has taken residence and looks set to become stepmom, despite the utter loathing with which Alex, and soon Anna too, regard her…done! Kalau nk tau lagi..just go n watch urself eh.

Slumdog millionaire-

What I feel for this movie isn't just admiration, it's mad love. And I couldn't be more surprised. The plot reeks of uplift: An illiterate slum kid from Mumbai goes on the local TV version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and comes off like a brainiac. Who wants to see that? Final answer: You do. Slumdog Millionaire has the goods to bust out as a scrappy contender in the Oscar race. It's modern India standing in for a world in full economic spin. It's an explosion of color and light with the darkness ever ready to invade. It's a family film of shocking brutality, a romance haunted by sexual abuse, a fantasy of wealth fueled by crushing poverty.
this is a story bout the indians people..blajar sesuatu dr nya.

this the crew..i'm apart of it.

p/s : upcoming keje skolah-pedigree analysis-


Cik Akma said…
asikk tgk wygg jee :P
najihah iman said…
jeles lah tue..

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