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Erol D (mx) wrote: Bir yere kadar The Dreamers tadyla izlenebilse de eylem kararndan sonra Harry Potter'dan bile daha fazla uuk bir ocuk filmi izliyor hissiyle doldum. Ynetmene de kabahat bulmayaca?m, adam ekmi? hakkyla ama senarist Lars von Trier'in "aptal bir silaha ocuka bir a?t" fikriyle mi, yoksa "silah hakkndaki ata szlerinden senaryo yapaca?m" fikriyle mi yola karak yetersiz bir i? karmay ba?ard?n bilmiyorum. Neydi! Sinema denince von Trier iki, Tarkovski bir miydi? Yoksa Tarkovski iki, Trier mi birdi? :)
Scott T (ag) wrote: Watched this last night as a nostalgia trip. Didn't really hold up to today's action movies very well in hindsight. Even though its a Hong Kong action film which typically have miniscule plots, dire childish humour at times and indie film budgets, this still looked very cheap. Jet Li is an undoubted martial arts superstar and I remember this being one of his better films back in the day but the DVD transfer isn't very good and is spoilt by the lack of a subtitled/Cantonese voiced option. The Australian accented dubbing is simply appalling and detracted from the 80's western action-style content. There are a few good fights and the usual Li extravagant stunts, with a few scenes of comic book gore to boot but that's about it really. However, that is what you watch these sort of movies for anyway but it's really just not very memorable, unlike say, Once Upon a Time in China which I think is Li's Magnum Opus and one of the best martial arts movies ever made. This is a long way off.
Ravan Florentin P (br) wrote: mais il nya pas de mort
Kyle M (jp) wrote: Melodramatic and overwrought. Even the (nice) score was sometimes not proper for the film in some places. I found it sometimes quite amusing for probably not-intended reasons. With that said, it keeps itself going along at a nice pace and the cinematography is spectacular. Some parts work better than others, but it never truly descends into cringe. Between 3 and 3.5. Sort of occupies the same territory as Coppola's 'Dracula' but is a bit better than that film. As with that film, it looks great, and this film has such a tremendous eye that I bump it to 3.5.
Paul D (nl) wrote: A low-brow rom-com with plenty of familiar stereotyped characters throughout. The production is fairly well done but the only real reason to give this one a go is for Rob Schnieder's irreverent character as he's good value, despite only having a minor role in the film.