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Andre the Butcher

Andre the Butcher will make sure you pay for your sins.

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Candace M (ag)

This on is gud but i dont luv it lyk the other two but its still cool wit mii as long as adrienne is still in the group


Krysiek M (nl)

There's a lot of more and nobodydoesn't give a shit about that. That we were humiliated by Allies ex: Polishgovernment in London was (which helped British and American a lot inWWII) replaced with Russian communist government without a word fromthe west, just like changing Polish borders which was violation of theAtlantic Card, Poland was the only country that was not invited to theLondon Victory Celebrations of 1946. There are only a few people on the west who knowthe real history Poland. After the uprising they resumed march to the westkilling all Polish soldiers that were fighting on behalf of Polishgovernment in London. Uprising in Warsaw failed, whileRussians were waiting under Warsaw for Germans to kill as many Poles asit's possible. I've just watched that film and I'm so angry that I need to write thatat the end that was one big lie


Kyle M (jp)

B+)(Full review TBD). An update of "Dazed and Confused" as a semi-raunchy teen comedy fixating on a trio trying to seize the night with drinking, resulting in laughs and fitting energy in the performances towards the genre's recognizable writing


Lucas B (au)

If you enjoy comedy, I strongly encourage you to watch Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Now, I see not as many people enjoyed it, not understanding the comedy that went on. The first time I viewed this movie, I knew this movie would be a hit. This movie not only made me laugh uncontrollably, but also cheered me up. I realized that I liked comedic skits, not action packed or adventurous. I have been watching films for 16 years, and after seeing Paul Blart I had an epiphany. Paul Blart was hands down the best movie I've ever viewed


Miriam K (au)

Amazing documentary that tells about the lesser known story of the Kindertransport


Philip J (es)

Hey, if your idea of humor is watching Jackie Chan fight while dressed up as Chun Li, then City Hunter is the right choice for you. Of course, the fabulous female cast is also a definite asset. City Hunter is swiftly paced, with a wealthy abundance of sight gags and terrific fight scenes. I will not go so far as to say that this is one of Jackie Chan's best movies (if you want to see Jackie Chan at his peak, go check out The Legend of Drunken Master) but it remains one of my favorites. City Hunter is one of Chan's best-kept secrets. With that said, City Hunter is silly and shameless fun for action fans. Quite often during the movie, you will be asking yourself, "How the hell can that happen? What is going on here?" Just keep in mind that Wong Jing has a habit of displaying style at the expense of logic. I must reiterate that City Hunter does not make a lot of sense. There are also enough pyrotechnics and stunts to ingratiate the audiences. However, the editing and various camera tricks did at times interfere with the martial arts choreography itself, though they did not distract too much from the action. Overall, the luscious ladies in City Hunter will make guys drool! Generally, the production values are adequate and the camera work is fine. She is strong yet sexy. Special acclamation goes to actress Chingmy Yau (fans may remember her from Naked Killer) who portrays the ultimate femme fatale in this flick. The women in general exhibited independent, strong-willed personalities which makes them even more admirable (in spite of the fact that many of the females were stereotyped as physically weak). Although Joey Wang's character was a little too whiny for my tastes, I still liked her a lot. However, I think that what truly gives City Hunter its appeal are the dazzling ladies. The main antagonists, played by martial artists Richard Norton and Gary Daniels are appropriately evil and worthy of a loud hiss from the viewer. " Leon Lai also gives a solid performance as a charismatic gambler who has a few deadly playing cards up his sleeve. Jackie Chan once again is in top form as the woman-obsessed private detective who sometimes exhibits ineptitude, but is nevertheless worthy of the nickname "City Hunter. Frankly my dear, I have to give Wong Jing credit for gathering a top notch cast. Are you scratching your head? I do not blame you. As a side note, for reasons beyond me, the director has chosen to throw in some random (and indescribable) musical number titled "Gala Gala Happy" in the middle of this flick, which obviously has no pertinence to the movie. Had they made his demise more tragic and less goofy, Hideyuki would have been a more sympathetic character. The filmmakers were rather foolish to make a joke out of Hideyuki's demise. However, one supposedly funny scene, which the filmmakers should have made more serious, involved the death of Ryu's partner. Wong Jing keeps the film spiraling at an invigorating pace so that the genuinely funny jokes will help counterbalance the not-so-funny jokes. Well, many of the jokes in this film are downright corny (the guy who played Kaori's cousin should earn an award for overacting), but they will still make you laugh. The outlandish situations that Jackie Chan gets involved in will have you laughing quite often, but also grimacing at times as you wonder how Jackie manages to endure all of the physical pain. In any case, City Hunter works effectively as an action-comedy because the martial arts action blends well with farcical humor. How many movies out there do you know would be so audacious as to pay homage to the Street Fighter II video game or the classic Bruce Lee flick Game of Death? Another such amusing moment in this movie was a dream sequence, where the main character was swimming--and that suddenly, he found himself surrounded by beautiful girls everywhere! In that same dream, he (unknowingly) talks about Kaori. Another case in point, the action sequences. Well, in City Hunter, Chan himself does a funny job mocking those aforementioned stereotypical traits of a heroic detective. Why? Well, most action flicks (such as Mitchell and countless others) have a propensity to portray their heroic detectives as drunk, lazy, somewhat bumbling, and womanizing. I should also comment that City Hunter is meant to be more of a parody rather than the straightforward shoot 'em up thriller. Unfortunately, I saw the poorly dubbed English version of this film so I laughed whenever the voices were not in sync with the moving lips, but that is typical. Unlike most Die Hard clones, City Hunter has a refreshing, intentional sense of humor that only adds to the film's entertainment value. As for Chan, like an acrobatic dancer taking center stage, he is simply amazing to watch. Although many of these scenes rely on various camera tricks and so forth, they do little to diminish the impact of the excitement. Overall, the action scenes in this movie are great, with a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor amid all of the beatings and shootings. Watching Chan mimicking Bruce Lee's combat moves on the movie screen was an absolute hoot. Just when Chan was about to be clobbered by these guys, he suddenly receives inspiration from (who else), Bruce Lee. Meanwhile, Chan is fighting a couple of colossal terrorists. The theater just happens to be showing a clip of the legendary battle between Bruce Lee and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the kung-fu flick Game of Death. Another highly amusing fight scene takes place in the theater. I do not want to spoil the excitement here, but the viewer gets to watch Jackie Chan and opponent Gary Daniels transform into various actual characters from the Street Fighter II video game! Of course, that scene is also rife with special effects, fighting moves, and sound FX from the video game itself. Now that is pure adrenaline! One of my all-time favorite fight scenes though, is the one which occurred in -- of all places -- an arcade place. " The finale itself is excellent, it is definitely one of the most exhilarating full contact fight scenes I have ever seen on celluloid. Yet another highlight is when Chan utilizes Chingmy Yau as a "lethal weapon. Another fine action scene guaranteed to please even demolition fans is watching Chan run down the corridors as loud explosions take place behind him. Admittedly, that moment was not particularly exciting thanks to the sub-par camera tricks, but it was cool enough. One such example: the aforementioned skateboarding chase scene taking place on a freeway. Trust me, there are enough outrageous action sequences in this film to make your head spin! There are certainly a number of breathless action moments worth mentioning. The name Jackie Chan is synonymous with the phrase "Action!" and in that department, City Hunter will not dissatisfy the die hard connoisseur. Better yet, think of this film as Under Siege gone berserk! There is an exhaustive amount of action in this film, a plethora of laughs, a bit of romance (mostly shown by Ryu's womanizing), and a lot of stupidity here. City Hunter is a comic book which has been magically animated into a live action feature. You should not only suspend your disbelief; you should chain it up and toss it down a river. Basically, when watching a Wong Jing movie, reality does not matter. City Hunter is the perfect candidate that contains several of Wong Jing's trademarks including over-the-top action scenes and dumb juvenile humor as well as stylized editing and camerawork. However, while his films are short on comprehension and coherence, they are nevertheless energetic, lively, and certainly insane. Wong Jing, an immensely popular and prolific Hong Kong-based filmmaker is certainly not known for making the most plausible films ever made. Despite the overall absurdity of this movie, City Hunter is a lot of fun thanks to the superb cast, the visual gags, and the stylish direction of Wong Jing. The remaining few passengers -- including Ryu and the foxy ladies -- must join forces and find a way to thwart the terrorists before they turn the love boat into a death cruise. The Captain and his crew members are viciously executed and the terrorists have taken most of the passengers hostage. MacDonald (Richard Norton) and his assistant (martial arts expert Gary Daniels), believe that it is time to hijack the ship. The situation eventually transforms into a Die Hard scenario when the terrorists, led by Col. Of course, this is an action movie so there are also bound to be terrorists lurking aboard, and indeed that holds true. Coincidentally, another passenger aboard this cruise ship is the tycoon(TM)s daughter whom Ryu has been searching for. the "Hard and Soft Team"). a. k. They include a gambler (Leon Lai), who holds a deck of lethal flying playing cards, an attractive undercover agent, Saeko (Chingmy Yau) and her inept partner, plus two extremely annoying rap singers (Eric Kot and Jan Lamb, a. The passengers aboard this luxury cruise ship are a very diverse group. How did Ryu manage to sneak aboard the cruise ship? I will not reveal his dirty secret; you have to see it for yourself. Ryu, who is also disheartened by all of this, decides to follow Kaori aboard the same cruise ship. Disheartened by Ryu's overall horny behavior, Kaori decides to ditch the private detective and instead go on a cruise ship with her neurotic cousin (who thinks that he is Romeo, but he acts like that Butabi character from Saturday Night Live). . . Unfortunately, Kaori just manages to catch Ryu in the act. As soon as Ryu returns home, he is accosted by a group of beautiful women and finds himself in an euphoric state once again. Needless to say, Ryu has failed at completing his task and decides to return home, feeling rather distraught. with rather disastrous results. . . Ryu's chance encounter with Shizuko eventually leads to an extensive skateboard chase on a highway. he is going to accept it) is to track down Shizuko (Kumiko Goto), the daughter of a wealthy Japanese tycoon. . . Ryu Saeba's latest assignment (should he choose to. . . As the years quickly pass by, Kaori (Joey Wang) would blossom into a lovely lady and eventually become Ryu's assistant in fighting crime--but alas, since Ryu has vowed never to seduce her, he must practice his wooing skills on other women. Hideyuki's dying words to Ryu before passing on are to take care of his cousin, Kaori, and especially remember NOT to seduce her. We never find out who these killers are or why they have decided to exterminate him. Ryu's life takes a tragic U-turn when his former partner and best friend, Hideyuki Makimura (Michael Wong) happens to receive twenty bullets (inflicted all over his body) as a parting gift. Based on the animated Japanese TV series of the same name, City Hunter features the ever popular Jackie Chan as Private Detective Ryu "City Hunter" Saeba, part-time gun-for-hire and full-time butt-kicking ladies' man. Think of this movie as Die Hard on the Love Boat starring Jackie Chan. For those out there who are willing to give this film a look though, it is best to send your common sense on a vacation before watching City Hunter. This is probably a redundant statement, but if you despise watching ridiculous films, then City Hunter is not an ideal movie for you to watch with that special someone. However, as a zealous fan of action cinema, I realize that most action films (and especially action-comedies) tend to be ludicrous and contrived, but hey, these characteristics add to the charm of these movies. Then again, I am not a professional movie critic. If I were a real professional movie critic, I would immediately begin to slam City Hunter for being a fairly contrived and heavily ludicrous film. In fact, out of all the Jackie Chan films I have seen so far, I found City Hunter to be the most unrealistic one yet. Gorgeous women galore! Fast-paced furious fun, Jackie Chan-style! Hilarious slapstick humor! Lack of logic! Those phrases immediately pop up in my mind (especially the last one) the moment I think of City Hunter


Ratul C (de)

The transformation from Ernesto de la Serna to Ernesto "Che" Guevara is a journey worth taking. A masterpiece


Sam S (jp)

Deserves better reviews. Great film overall. Semi-historical film based on Jack the Ripper


Steve W (es)

The ending is especially poignant. It has suspense, love, espionage, betrayal, all in a story about picking paths in life. Rutger Hauer and Jeroen Krabbe perform wonderfully and have great actor chemistry in Paul Verhoeven's war epic. Some choose to collaborate, others join the freedom fighters. Six university students find themselves at a crossroads when the war starts