A Hong Kong policeman (Leslie Cheung) blames his reformed-gangster brother (Ti Lung) for the death of their father. Along the way are plenty of heists, double-crosses, and shoot outs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Better Tomorrow
A reforming ex-gangster tries to reconcile with his estranged policeman brother, but the ties to his former gang are difficult to break.
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Todd B (ca) wrote: Hints of inaspiration are muddled by Phillipe's own obsession with himself. Self-congratulatory in many parts. He wrote, directed, produced and starred in a movie about a Hollywood actor named Reagan Pearce, who not only shared initials (RP) but also had a lot of the same experiences as Phillipe.
Peter F (kr) wrote: This was a pleasant surprise - it's actually good! some scary moments, good acting...very nice camera work. overall for an aussie film its well worth seeing and i recommend it
Cathy l (es) wrote: Very interesting and sad movie
Bloodmarsh K (kr) wrote: Another british thriller, where you spend half the movie trying to understand a single word the characters are saying, and by the time you figure it out, you missed everything else.
Tony M (ag) wrote: For any Beatles fan, this is a must see. I live just down the road from Friar Park in Henley where George lived. It's interesting to see what went on behind those gates that I've driven past many times. Very enjoyable film. 5 stars.
Jvdm I (ca) wrote: A good, yet unspectacular movie about our 'human nature', the beauty of it, but most of all the downside.
MF J (ag) wrote: I remember watching this film at the movies and thinking it was a pretty nice indy flick full of great performances from the cast and driven by a good story. Nice one.
Mike W (de) wrote: Am I the only one who has no idea who this guy is?!
BuGG R (es) wrote: fuckin hilarious..it reminds me of my hometown
Ryan S (kr) wrote: 3.5/5. Not nearly as good as the first. This one is way more light-hearted and definitely more fro kids, but still fun in its own way, but that may be just the nostalgia talking.
Chris C (ag) wrote: This movie will annihilate nothing but your soul as it melds two perfectly bad actors into a single incohesive unit.
Allaiyah W (au) wrote: Misleading title & cover art give two different ideas what the movie could be about, & the answer is "they're both wrong." Loved this move as a kid & as an adult.
Marcus W (jp) wrote: It may not be sure if it's a comedy or a thriller, but it's still a decent two hours and worth a watch.
Katherine R (fr) wrote: I wish i can see this movie because it has singing and dancing in it. I rate this movie 9
scenequeen1livecouk A (ag) wrote: not often seen on tv this is a spooky who dunnit in a big scary house
Alexandra T (nl) wrote: and the coloured horses lived happily ever after...
Leena L (es) wrote: What a pleasant serenity reigned over this adult-like conversation! Brilliant cast and brilliant acting, even John C. Reilly, the Cellophane Man was worth my time. Excellent how the people switched alliances on the fly and nobody was safe from a treatment. "Openly despicable" and other catchy and usefull phrases........ The film goes to show many things, for life but also for film, like wanna throw up - use the bucket and a film can actually work even if nothing much happens and it all happens in one room. Plus .... there is a super fine carpet in the living room!
Joyce R (au) wrote: a bit past her primeand a story full of holesnot worthy of davis
Chris G (fr) wrote: Filled with two strong performances, the movie is helmed by a subtle yet firm direction from first time director Jon Stewart.
Jessica L (es) wrote: Absolutely terrible. Even the cast can't save it. The whole movie is very slow, to the point of boring. The subject matter is great but the plot is very bland.