A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon
The year is 1974. A young Hong Kong Chinese, Mark (Chow Yun-Fat), travels to Saigon to make his fortune. There, he encounters a mysterious femme fatale, the lovely Kit. As he becomes more involved in her various underworld deals, a tragic romance develops. On the eve of the outbreak of war, Kit's past returns to endanger her, and Mark must risk everything for the one true love of his life...
- Stars:Yun-Fat Chow, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Anita Mui, Kien Shih, Saburô Tokitô, Wai Lun Cheng, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Yeung-Wah Kam, Ling Nam Lam, Seung Lam Wan, Chi Wai Wong, Kirk Wong, Wai Tam, Wei Ho Tu, Ho Chi-Moon,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Hark Tsui,
- Writer:Yiu-ming Leung (screenplay), Foo Ho Tai (screenplay), Hark Tsui
A man travels from China to Vietnam, on the brink of war with America, to retrieve his uncle and cousin but find complications when he falls in love with a female gangster with a dangerous ex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon torrent reviews
(au) wrote: With being made in japan, like most anime, you don't see there mouths moving a lot, kind of gets irritating after about 15 minutes. Even the cool animationed action sequences cant really save it. Good thing a didn't pay over 5 bucks for it.
(ag) wrote: I have heard this described as vulgar and lamentably lazy, and it gives me no pleasure to be able to say that, while I don't agree that it is vulgar, I wholeheartedly agree that it is lazy, and to do what the makers have done (or not done, in this case) to such an otherwise likeable franchise is nigh unforgivable. There are three half-decent jokes in the whole movie - I counted - and the script in general is woefully lacklustre. It's a crying shame.
(mx) wrote: Mr. Bean was always at its best when he was failing to get to grips with an everyday situation but here, to make it work for the big screen, these are swept to one side in favour of a bigger situation that only works in patches. Looking very dated now, Rowan Atkinson is still brilliant in the lead although it's just not as funny or inventive as it needs to be.
(nl) wrote: Incredible performances my Bacon & Oldman! I love this film
(fr) wrote: There are three tales of terror in this second batch of George A.Romero-Stephen King anthologies, and all three of them have neither the imagination or the creepiness of even one of the five stories from the first film.
(it) wrote: Feels like a smear campaign, kicking a man when he's down. I'm not a Nixon fan, but surely this over-the-top portrayal of him as a bumbling, demented mama's boy is unnecessary. It's a caricature of one of an easy target. Fortunately some substance and complexity does come through, and there are interesting ideas here and there. But it's buried under an awful lot of mean-spirited nastiness. Hall is to be commended for tackling what must have been an extraordinarily difficult performance.
(nl) wrote: Caught this very late one night on tv, incredibly violent & graphic -- much more than one would expect for a film from '71 -- the film opens with GH pretty much raping his wife, CB, spliced with a scene of men slicing open a cow in a paddock with knives and eating the fresh kill while cutting off its limbs and separating the parts. Fascinating and terrible as you know it wont end well, I felt completely captivated by this western, a genre that normally only inspires scorn from me.
(au) wrote: It's safe to say that the second installment in the series actually surpassed the first one. The socialite couple is investigating another murder case, which seems to be even more demanding than before. What's great about this movie is it's newfound freshness and a young James Stewart in the most unusual role. Highly recommended.
(nl) wrote: Classic Jim Carry the best
(it) wrote: Revolutionary Road is a clean spectacle thanks to Sam Mendes direction and Winslet's performance is phenomenal, yet this extremely heavy drama leaves its audience no room to breath and the whole picture sort of gets caught in itself.
(mx) wrote: Even if the modestly budgeted film lopes along a formulaic, often heavy-handed track, its pictures and subtext make a powerful statement.
(us) wrote: This Neil Jordan take on the famous Irish Nationalist revolutionary and IRA founder Michael Collins is highly romanticised, and critics were not all too willing to accept the many creative freedoms which the filmmaker allowed himself. Nevertheless, the impartiality is not all that is wrong with this biopic, which is imperfect in its screenplay, all too open for conventional structuralism, and despite a strong performance by Liam Neeson as Collins, backed by a star studded cast, all too often there is a feeling of having been cheated a faithful or even historically interesting portrayal.