A traffic accident changed their lives forever. In capturing wanted criminal Zhang Yidong, Sergeant Tang Fei (Nicholas Tse) was involved in a gunfight and car accident that put the criminal... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A traffic accident changed their lives forever. In capturing wanted criminal Zhang Yidong, Sergeant Tang Fei (Nicholas Tse) was involved in a gunfight and car accident that put the criminal...
- Stars:Isaac Bradley, Ramsey Campbell, John Carpenter, Guillermo del Toro, Robin Atkin Downes, Neil Gaiman, Stuart Gordon, S.T. Joshi, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Andrew Migliore, Steve Buscemi, Romany Malco, Sarah Silverman, Peter Dinklage, Jesse Garcia, John Cho, Tim Blake Nelson, Matthew McDuffie, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Ben Zeller, Aviva Baumann, Shawn Prince, Danny Trejo, Stephen Eiland, Josh Berry, Nick Cheung, Jingchu Zhang, Pu Miao, Kai Chi Liu, Sherman Chung, He Zhang, Kong Lau, Jing-hung Kwok, Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung, Philip Keung, Suet-yin Wong, Sum-yin Wong, Ga-Leung Chan, Kim-Fai Che,
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Dr F P (jp) wrote: I remember watching this on Halloween 2005 and being completely disappointed. Boogeyman did serve as a good laugh though, because of how stupid it was. It did scare the kids, but i'm sure the kids weren't really supposed to be watching it. HAHAHAHA.
ousman s (au) wrote: I would like to see the movie
Bancho (mx) wrote: I don't know. I just don't know.
Lawrence B (jp) wrote: Franco Zeferelli's dramatization of the life of Jesus is quite simply a masterpiece. Robert Powell is breathtaking as Christ, heading a staggering, brilliant all-star cast with Laurence Oliver, Anne Bancroft and James Mason particularly memorable. Avoiding the gimmicks and stiffness of cardboard Hollywood versions, Zeferelli crafts a provocative, three-dimensional work full of powerful and unforgettable scenes that rarely falters. And for all its star cast and epic scale, the real wonder ofthis film is its sheer spirit and reverence for its subject. A monumental achievement.
Tyler P (mx) wrote: Pas mal, excellente B.O.
Debbie P (mx) wrote: Mary Steenburgen is wonderful in this movie. Great movie.
Kris K (ca) wrote: Truffaut is all over the place in this film in pretty ugly, mangled ways. At times, it seems like he's not sure whether he wants to create a mystery within a mystery or whether he wants to create an unnecessarily complex -- really empty at its core -- narrative simply to stage a battle of the sexes. The only thing that saves this film are the strong performances by Belmondo and Deneuve, both working with dialogue that is, most times, simple, uninventive, and almost juvenile -- hardly Truffuat at his best. For those who would call this film Hitchcockian, I would only urge them to revisit the nuanced, highly-stylized, and effective psychologisms at work in Hitchcock's films. In reality, this film is much more Godardian at times, especially during the interior dialogue scenes, recalling Le Mepris on more than one occasion. Above all, Truffaut's overarching theme -- that of compassion, that of an enduring human spirit -- is lost under the rubble of wasted celluloid and faulty screenplay here.
Derek K (us) wrote: It's torture in a box. 1hr and 31 minutes of bad writing, horrible voice-acting and a completely far-fetched scenario---all in a box. Stephen Dorff does his best to make the most of it all, but in the end (literally the ending of the film), it only gets worse.
Camden M (kr) wrote: One of the BEST horror movie plot twists ever.
Antonio M (kr) wrote: It has good choice of songs
Kevin M W (us) wrote: Mitchum is little more than a big slab of beef walking around in a Macintosh trench coat, mumbling to himself, as all around him conspire in some way to dupe everyone else. He only just holds onto his hat, all the doublecrossing, doubletalking, backstabbing rigamarole going on. Did I mention that there's a bad girl in the middle of it all? Did I have to mention it? And yeah, she's got legs down to there and back up again. I'm gonna need a drink. Make that two.