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Nujum Pak Belalang

Nujum Pa' Blalang (kini dieja sebagai Nujum Pak Belalang) merupakan sebuah filem bahasa Melayu yang berunsur komedi pada tahun 1959 serta diarahkan dan dilakonkan oleh P. Ramlee. Filem ini berbaur cerita dongeng epik yang berlatar belakangkan budaya masyarakat Melayu lama. Filem ini turut memenangi "Filem Komedi Terbaik" di Festival Filem Asia ke-7 di Tokyo, Jepun.
Filem dimulakan dengan diperkenalkan watak Belalang, seorang budak yang sangat rajin dan melakukan kerja ladang serta mengambil upah untuk menyara hidup keluarganya. Beliau mempunyai seorang bapa yang dipanggil Pak Belalang, yang merupakan seorang yang sangat malas dan kerjanya hanya tidur siang malam. Apabila orang bertandang ke rumah, di dapurnya tiada apa walaupun kopi. Akhirnya, tetamu dijemput minum minuman campuran arang bontot kuali.
Pada suatu hari, Belalang terserempak dengan dua orang pencuri, Badan dan Nyawa, yang mencuri kambing dan lembu orang kampung. Belalang menakut-nakutkan pencuri tersebut dengan menyamar menjadi "anak jin yang mahu makan darah" untuk mendapatkan balik lembu dan kambing sebaik pencuri tersebut melarikan diri. Di rumah penghulu, dua orang pengembala yang kehilangan lembu dan kambing dan orang kampung mencari penghulu untuk melaporkan hal tersebut. Dalam keriuhan, Belalang muncul dan mengatakan bapanya seorang nujum yang mampu mengetahui kedudukan lembu dan kambing tersebut. Dalam perasaan tak percaya, penghulu dan orang kampung yang lain turut ke rumah Pak Belalang.
Pak Belalang (yang masih tidur) dikejutkan dengan kehadiran orang ramai. Pak Belalang tak tahu apa yang berlaku walaupun dia tahu itu semua rancangan anaknya. dia mengikut sahaja arahan anaknya, lalu mengambil semangkuk air dan dijampi (walaupun tidak tahu apa jampinya). Air itu kemudian ditunjukkan kepada penghulu dan si pengembala dan jika mereka tidak nampak, diugutnya bahawa mereka pendek umur. Pak Belalang turut tidak nampak apa-apa di dalam air tersebut tetapi mujur Belalang yang mengetahui kedudukan lembu dan kambing itu dapat memberitahu mereka lalu meyakinkan orang kampung akan kebolehan Pak Belalang.







First Blood - 1982







John Rambo, a former Green Beret and Medal of Honor recipient, is plagued by the awful changes that are common in Vietnam veterans like himself. A drifter on his way to get some food, Rambo is arrested by Will Teasle, a small town sheriff who is used to getting things his way. Once incarcerated, Rambo soon finds himself reliving the awful memories of his fighting days in the 'Nam as he is put through the basic tests that are mandatory for all prisoners of the law.

Rambo escapes and what follows is an intense manhunt for a man who only "wanted something to eat." As the publicity of Rambo's one man war escalates, Teasle and his posse are confronted by Colonel Trautman, Rambo's former commander and the only one who may be able to stop the terrible fate awaiting everyone involved.

Batman Movie - 1989



Batman is an American Academy Award-winning superhero film based on the DC Comics character Batman created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. It is the first entry in the original four-part Batman film series, the first directed by Tim Burton and the first to star Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman. It also starred Jack Nicholson as The Joker. Inspired by the original work of Bill Finger and Bob Kane from the late thirties and forties and also by the darker Batman comics of the 1980s (including the work of Frank Miller and Alan Moore), the film moved the franchise toward Batman's dark roots and away from the campy 1960s interpretation of the character. The film also served as an inspiration for Batman: The Animated Series, because of its dark nature. source: http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/Batman_(1989)









Enter The Dragon - 1973

Enter The Dragon






Hong Kong circa 1973. Lee, a member of a Shaolin Temple, is a master of the physical and spiritual disciplines of the martial arts, and is being visited by Braithwaite, a British law officer. Lee has been invited to a tri-annual martial arts tournament held on an island owned by Han, a reclusive billionaire who was once a member of the Temple but has now become a renegade.

Braithwaite believes Han uses his tournaments as cover for narcotic and prostitution activities. Lee reluctantly agrees to enter the tournament, but his reluctance to confront Han disappears when a Shaolin monk reveals that during the previous staging of this tournament, he and Lee's sister were accosted by several toughs led by Han's personal bodyguard, an American named O'Hara. In the ensuing confrontation the monk cut a deep scar on O'Hara's face but Lee's sister ultimately perished, and at her gravesite Lee vowes revenge for her death.