The Y2K Bug. Real Warfare vs Electronic Gaming. Peter Tong, a carefree Hong Kong youngster, finds himself drawn into the web of a deadly espionage conspiracy. A clandestine organization schemes to use the Y2K Bug to cause mayhem throughout Asia. To survive, Peter has to call on reserves of courage and stamina he has never needed before.
- Stars:Aaron Kwok, Phyllis Quek, James Lye, Daniel Wu, Gigi Choi, Andrew Lin, Ray Lui, Francis Ng, Ken Lo, Yu Beng Lim, Wenyong Huang, Cynthia Koh, Shucheng Chen, Kwong Kim Yip, Stephanie Chan,
- Country:Hong Kong, Singapore
- Director:Gordon Chan,
- Writer:Gordon Chan (story), Stuart Zicherman (story), Stuart Zicherman (screenplay), Gordon Chan (screenplay), San San Ng (script supervisor)
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2000 AD torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Dinosaur 13 is a very thought provoking documentary about the legalities of fossil discovery...and specifically the finding of the 13th T-Rex ever discovered which happens to be the most complete T-Rex in the world. This documentary reveals a lot of important information about the T-Rex case but only in bite sized segments....and the cinematography is very rudimentary which is actually one of the things I really loved about the film !
(ru) wrote: A thoughtful look of life in war torn Iraq. Really depressing, but it was great to see four young men get to play the music they love. Check it out. Its on Sundance this month (October)
(de) wrote: Trying to smart and stylish with a clever story and a crazy lead bad guy...Dull! JT is boring, Jackman is equally as bland. Only high point was a topless HB and I don't even class her as that good lucking. Boring!!!
(fr) wrote: Great piece of work!!! Used it in my Arts and Social Change class.
(kr) wrote: original jcvd! awesome if a little predictable.
(nl) wrote: The thing that makes Crumb such a powerful documentary and separates it from every other documentary in the world is simple: Its subjects are open to everything.The people chronicled in Crumb do not hesitate to discuss such complex personal subject that would normally be deemed antisocial, such as sexuality and mental issues. Its people are all so interesting and very incredible human beings, and Terry Zwigoff makes sure that we understand and know this with his insightful and Academy Award calibre documentary Crumb.Crumb begins by revealing to us who Robert Crumb is, connecting him to the film adaptation of his famous comic strip character Fritz the Cat and then having him disconnect them himself by revealing his distaste for the film. Soon after it explores him in many ways: As a child, an adult, an artist, a person with a strong sexualisation and best of all, as a human being. Crumb never objectifies its main figure, Robert Crumb of his family, and it doesn't objectify his works of art either. It takes a sympathetic look at him, his complicated family and his artistic mind, and Robert Crumb tells all without people having to force it out of him like in an interrogative interview. He is clearly a very open and humane person with real problems, and he uses the medium of his art to express his emotions in a comical and entertaining way. Crumb is a documentary that not only teaches us about Robert Crumb, but art as a whole. Narrow minded people can view Crumb and broaden their understanding of the world of art, while wide minded people such as yours truly can even have their minds expanded by Crumb. Crumb gets into its subject matter deeply and reveals so much about Robert Crumb and his life that honestly, 9 years of Terry Zwigoff's work are deserving of such utter acclaim.There is so much to be said about how insightful and interesting a documentary that Crumb actually is, but you must see it to feel it and to learn to embrace the figure that Robert Crumb himself really is, as well as the genius mind behind all his art, even if it may have minor moments of being stale. The life in the film is the life of Robert Crumb himself, and the classical music incorporated into its style is just the cherry on top.
(ag) wrote: Or, Dirty Harry meets the Griswolds. You know that's how the studio meeting went. Unfortunately not fleshed out much more than that.
(kr) wrote: so much better than the great escape. powerful storyline
(ca) wrote: Good but not as good as the TV series.
(nl) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!