Two grifters, Wang Bo and Wang Li, a couple who've been arguing, board a train in rural China. He wants to fleece a peasant, nicknamed Dumbo for his naiveté, who's carrying 60,000 yuan and trusts everyone. She wants to protect the hick kid, an act of expiation brought on by prayer and a visit to a temple. Also on board are one of more sets of thieves, including a calculating boss and his femme fatale. The boss wants to recruit Wang Bo, and a series of contests ensue, with the potential of turning deadly. While Li guards Dumbo from Bo and the others, can she and Bo sort out their relationship? And can Dumbo's simple spirituality touch anyone else?
A con-team couple (Andy Lau & Rene Liu) head west after taking a city businessman for his BMW. But an encounter with a naive young carpenter travelling home with his life savings challenges their fate as thieves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
George C (nl) wrote: What a violtile character is Mr Baker, A ongoing feud, hatred of Jack Bruce, but yet they made awesome music together..great Doc..
Freeman M (au) wrote: Even helpless romantics will find themselves utterly dumbfounded.
Prakkash R (kr) wrote: anil kapoor sucks .... expected much more from him after his performance in no entry, but he disappointed all of us. Music isnt all that gr8 too ... half a star to the movie, 2 stars to kareena's green bikini.
Dustyn A (ca) wrote: An incredible performance by Denzel Washington is undercut by a story that just misses the mark. Training Day is a good movie that just falls short of greatness.
Brenda B (ru) wrote: i hate scary movies gives me nightmares
Colby S (de) wrote: Except for those lousy Ewoks (really the only major flaw), this movie is probably my favorite in the series (or ESB, they're pretty much tied). The final showdown with the Emperor is quite compelling.
Tasos L (jp) wrote: A nice giallo filmed in Barcelona...
Joel A (ca) wrote: An incredible achievement & debut film from Cinema Master Stanley Kubrick that was made on family's money & clearly shows his ability to shoot & tell a story.Basically four men stranded in enemy territory (aka a park just out of LA in Pasadena) and the fear & desires they go through. The acting is ordinary but the visual sense is strong.It has a few great moments especially the scene with the young lady tied to the tree. It will only appeal to Kubrick enthsuits but was enjoyable.
Cameron S (us) wrote: The surreal moment following the conclusion; one of those that makes you contemplate your entire being.
Ara B (ag) wrote: Watched in Exeter before going to Cornwall. The scenery touched me on so many levels...