The disappearance of three teddy bears brings eight lonely hearts together. Tiring of serving people, Peter, a tour guide, brings Teddy Bears that are considered as families or pets to their owners to travel abroad. On his way to pick up a Teddy Bear, a car accident happens. All 3 Bears are missing. To stall for time and money, Peter needs to figure out how to continue this unusual trip right away...
- Stars:Hai-Sheng Chen, Chia-yen Ko, Dylan Kuo, Chin Chin Ma, Chiang Ting, Chung-Hua Tou, Vincent Wan, Gwen Yao, Jo-Ching Yu,
- Director:Fen-fen Cheng,
- Writer:Fen-fen Cheng
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(it) wrote: The exterior beauty, the youth and the superficiality are the main themes that are developed in the new film of Nicolas Winding Refn that is conducted under its own cinematic style that turns out to be very eccentric and quirkish, being accompanied by the beautiful images portrayed of the director Of photography, and the rhythm of the story narrated with a seductive soundtrack. But all these excellent elements make a good movie? They may make a good film visually, but when the plot is banal, frivolous and without any touch of sanity, it is impossible to understand the intention of telling a story that does not even convey a final message of reflection or at least one last admirable scene, alone Is as repugnant as it is unnecessary.
(de) wrote: Contadora is for lovers, NOT for movie goers. The story makes no sense; the lighting was too harsh at times, but looked like it was lit by a flashlight at other times; the sound quality was so poor, I think the microphone was in the ocean while the actors were talking; and the camera work was so jumpy! It looked like everything was done in one take - if an actor stumbled on a line, or something went wrong, why wasn't that scene re-shot? How did that end up in the final movie? Wonderful performance by Tony Sago.
(mx) wrote: One of those annoying movies that S-P-E-L-L-S E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G O-U-T T-O Y-O-U best reserved for a Sunday afternoon. If you only see Anna Friel in one war-related movie, make it Land Girls.
(ru) wrote: It's mildly entertaining, but nothing that you haven't seen in a number of these 90's action-horror movies.
(us) wrote: Robert Downey Jr. gives his most emotional performance yet,and yes I've seen Chaplin.
(us) wrote: Classic British comedy - delightful!!
(au) wrote: that guy is famoso! as the spanish would say
(jp) wrote: A lesser swashbuckler that's fun but much more about sword fights and cannon fire than it is about story or character development. NOTE: Look for a very young Anthony Quinn in a minor role.
(us) wrote: Para quem leu o livro, esta merda de filme no faz qualquer sentido!!!
(au) wrote: For every classic there is a companion piece that while lesser known is equal in terms of quality. "Menace 2 Society" is such a film that is a companion piece to "Boyz N The Hood". Both tackle the same thematic issues of crime among the youth in their harsh living environment, but in different ways. Whereas "Boyz N The Hood" is an inspirational story about overcoming the harsh living violent environment with family "Menace 2 Society" tackle the darker side of that criminal world. Menace 2 Society is about a young street hustler attempts to escape the rigors and temptations of the ghetto in a quest for a better life. The plot of the film takes inspiration from "Goodfellas". Showing the protagonist being introduced to the criminal lifestyle at a young age, learning the benefits looking to reap them for himself, the gangsters coming off as loose individuals despite their activities, and the consequences of the long term of effect in this lifestyle. The presentation of issues it tackles come in the form of protagonist Caine. Caine is one of best written character I've seen in a long time. We are able sympathize for his cause, but never get behind his action. Seeing him more as a person than film character as he is never presented as the hero or the victim. It's this balance in portraying his struggle that makes what the film has to say never become preachy. Never glorifying the criminal lifestyle nor undermine those involve in such activity. The gangsters and characters that make up the story while filled with stereotypes is never problematic. You have the nut, the religious fanatic, the hustler, the insane drug dealer, the strong concerned single parent, and so forth. They are given enough depth be more than just cookie cutter characters to have an impact to events. The dialogue while not exactly requiring much brains to understand is pure realism. With conversations tackling more than just violence with pregnancy and realization of mistakes to name a few. Providing many powerful and memorable lines that will strike a chord with an audience. From subtle foreshadowing how caring about one's life to conversations about leaving your lifestyle. Along with humor into the mix among it's subject matter that never feel out of place. With writing that's deep and balanced makes this more than a great film, but a part of film history. Tyrin Turner is our leading actor in his defining role as Caine. Turner had the difficult task of making his character likable, but not to the point we can support him entirely. On top that also portray someone consumed by the criminal lifestyle without losing his humanity. Turner more than just delivers a great performance he becomes Caine. He never takes his personal life too serious when it comes to business allowing Turner to be relax and joke around with his co-stars. When in discomfort in a situation he emote the appropriate emotion at a moment notice and voice over narration he gets across without coming off as tragic or relieved making him effective in the role. Larenz Tate plays Caine best friend making a great pairing for Turner. You'll never see the two as actors and instead see them as best friends. Larenz Tate plays more of a loose common, but well meaning character making him a an enjoyable screen presence. Being able to get out some laughs regardless of what happens and being solid in drama. Khandi Alexander plays a concerned strong single parent figure. Consistently acting on the dramatic side well; especially in one scene where she could have been dead serious about speaking to her son about Caine possible death choosing to take a more gentle approach instead. Samuel L. Jackson in his very small role is nothing short of spectacular. Menace 2 Society is a powerful crime film that provide social commentary without feeling preachy. It never sacrifices characters to touch upon violence and the various issues that maintain relevant. The acting has no weak link with a defining performance from Tyrin Turner who's the backbone of everything right with the film. Rising above so many similar film like itself "Menace 2 Society" is a genre defining film with "Boyz N The Hood" and rightfully so is a part of film history.
(mx) wrote: Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce?! I'm so there!