Choi returns from Chinese university to her village, wondering where the government will place her and what her life will be. She looks forward to the Preacher coming to the village and hopes he brings a miracle for her Grandma, who is ill. The cadre, the wealthiest and most influential man in the village intends to marry Choi, who says she is waiting to fall in love with someone younger and "whose ego is a bit less fed". When the preacher arrives he passes out sheets of paper to the villagers, who eagerly welcomed him. Choi takes Grandma to the Preacher's evening meeting, where he teaches them from his Bible. Choi finds herself wondering if this Bible can provide more insight on life than the evolutionary teachings from university. Cadre is seen observing the meeting from the outside. Choi's Father's Flashback of his Dreams: He and his wife are being beaten until they confess to some unnamed act.
I am n (us) wrote: Larry Bishop is the worst filmaker of history of cinema !!
Chris R (ca) wrote: This is the worst movie I've ever watched! Stupid illogical plot,bad acting,pathetic special effects.its an absolute dog,
ScubaSteve Walter M (jp) wrote: A movie in a bedroom, literally...
Abby G (ca) wrote: The Bra Boys tells the documentary of a local surf community in a beach area called Maroubra. These boys grew up in a poor neighborhood filled with violence, didn't have money, but they all shares one thing in common, a love for surfing. The Bra Boys gives you an insight look of what these culture really about, their trials and opsticles, rise to fame as surfer hero and how they brought the community together after a race riot.
Andy S (ca) wrote: One of my top favorite comedy movies. It's got it all and it's fricking hilarious.
bill s (jp) wrote: A pale remake with hardly a laugh.
Todd S (ca) wrote: Production companies will do anything to get people to watch their movies, that's why the trailer almost always looks good, and the description on the back of the box is so eloquently written, but how often does the film live up to the hype? In the case of Fear of The Dark, it doesn't even come close! 12 year old, Ryan Billings (Jesse James), has an acute fear of the dark and his whole family thinks he's crazy. His parents rarely go out, but on one stormy night they decide to do so, leaving Ryan home alone with his older brother, Dale (Kevin Zegers), who comes to realize, his brother isn't so crazy after all. A creepy cover, a cool trailer, and an interesting description lead me to this film, even with the PG-13 rating. Some of the scariest supernatural horror film were rated PG-13, so i convinced myself, this would be a good choice. While the film has no affiliation with R.L. Stine, it is as much a Goosebumps tale as every other one of his stories. I was worried about the PG-13 rating, when the film doesn't even live up to that. How the company convinced the academy to give this film anything more than a PG rating is beyond me. Fear of The Dark has got to be the most tame and dull horror film I've ever seen. That being said, kids would absolutely love it, but it wasn't marketed to them and the creepy cover and PG-13 rating is exactly what would have kept them from this film. As for the performances, the two young actors were as you would expect, both Jesse James and Kevin Zegers, have look resumes as child actors and have done a ton of films like this and know exactly what their doing. Fear of The Dark is market towards teens and young adults when it should be in the children section. If you have kid, this is the kind of horror film you want them watching. As for me, I was utterly disappointed and shocked that a film like this would be marketed towards young adults.
Zed L (au) wrote: Good plot, good music.
Daniel H (kr) wrote: I'm very late, watched this on netflix. Bruce Willis very rarely stars in a shit film. Storyline was good and loved the ending.
Indu R (au) wrote: I thought this was one of Van Damme's better movies. The acting was good along with the action and the fight scenes. The fight scenes were intense and brutal. The plot was alright and could have been developed more. They could have gone into detail into how the master's son and some other parts of the movie.