A Moment of Romance III
Lau Tin-Wai (Andy Lau) is a fighter pilot in the Chinese airforce who is forced to ditch in a field; he is taken in by the remote community of farmers who nurse him back to health, here he meets Ting Siu-Wo, a young woman who falls in love with him.
- Stars:Andy Lau, Chien-lien Wu, Li-Li Chang, Mei Ling Chen, Ran Chen, Xianfang Cheng, Nai-Wah Cheung, Xiangtao Chu, Zhigang Fan, Ching-Chi Fang, Alex Fong, Mang Guo, Zhonghua He, Ruilin Jiang, Tong Jiang,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Johnnie To,
- Writer:Sandy Shaw, Nai-Hoi Yau
Lau Tin-Wai (Andy Lau) is a fighter pilot in the Chinese airforce who is forced to ditch in a field; he is taken in by the remote community of farmers who nurse him back to health, here he meets Ting Siu-Wo, a young woman who falls in love with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Moment of Romance III torrent reviews
(au) wrote: bad some great moments but overall it was not that good. 2,5/5
(br) wrote: The movie was disturbing, enough to keep you with the nightlight on, but that doesn't excuse it for being poorly-structured and derivative, at times unfocused from it's material.
(ca) wrote: no conocia la historia, no escucho mucho ese tipo de musica, sim embargo la pelicula te envuelve por completo, marc anthony fue una excelente opcion para interpretarlo
(us) wrote: A great little movie; the end certainly gave me the right emotions :)
(kr) wrote: Pretty good. Nice characters, good story. Ending a little disappointingly happy, which is odd coming from a Capote story. But maybe the book is different. I liked it though. Good family film. Tania Raymonde was amazing.
(ca) wrote: Exciting action adventure film as terrorists take control of the presidents plane
(mx) wrote: This movie is about an aging professional baseball player who gets traded to a team in Japan. It's funny as he tries to get use to Japanese baseball. Tom selleck was pretty funny through most of the movie. Some of it is predictable but it is a fun movie. Its not the greatest baseball movie and Its no major league but its still worth the time.
(us) wrote: Far better than it's RT score would suggest - both stories are overlong, and while Argento's segment is all flash, Romero's piece just beats it for atmosphere and a killer ending
(ag) wrote: Woody Allen's love view has never changed and we may have all be very familiar about that. However, with the adept combination of mockmentory and intellectual charisma, he can always mesmerize us.
(kr) wrote: I Felt like I was in a class room watching an education video !!! It Starts with Some Man dragging a dog allong a fence .. On The other side are many snareling viciouse doggs He throws the dog in with the other dogs and they attack him .. the narrator has A calm storytelling voice lol They die chiks for easter .. tribal wimen let pigs suck on their titties .. they stuff gees with food for flagra.. they show dogs peeing on other dogs graves and Some grandma doing funny excorsizes I was rolling on the floor during that scene hahahhahah then a navy ship and sexy 50 style girls driving around it in a boat throwing kisses .. .. they feed cows beer and massage them .. YES The Slaughter of the pigs for the Roast is Graphic But If you Eat meat That is what happends .. And The China Peeps Eating Dogs .. That is a small look at what is in this film... You rilly have to like OLD SCHOOL Documentaries to enjoy this sooo I would not say to rush and put this in your list unless u want to see a classic version of strange things that happend 50 years ago !!
(gb) wrote: One of the best monster-on-the-loose scifi thrillers from the 1950s highlighted by great stop-motion visual effects created by the fx master himself, Ray Harryhausen. The film also features one of Harryhausen's coolest creations, an alien creature dubbed the Ymir from Venus. Plus a thrilling climax with the Ymir killing an elephant and rampaging throughout Rome. With a finale in which the creature battles it out against the military atop the ruins of the Roman collesium.
(us) wrote: RIP Robin Williams 1951 - 2014
(us) wrote: Probably the most bizarre film by the giallo master Dario Argento. I recommand you give a watch mainly because of the soundtrack and for Jennifer Connelly's first debut in cinema.