A group of young shoppers and employees must band together when a zombie outbreak over runs their Hong Kong shopping center in the middle of the shopping day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A group of young shoppers and employees must band together when a zombie outbreak over runs their Hong Kong shopping center in the middle of the shopping day.
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Ben B (kr) wrote: Brilliant, a must see
Ben G (fr) wrote: European thrillers (the good ones that is) have something for themselves: they leave a unique taste in the mouth at the end when the light comes back. This one is no exception. It is incredibly suspenseful mostly because each character is so well constructed. Then the setting in 1970s/80s Spain makes it somewhat exotic? I loved it, it is everything Munich wanted to be and even more.
Usman Q (kr) wrote: My all-time bollywood favourite; The Trio Ravi Mathur (Jackie Shroff), Inspector Karan Saxena (Sunny Deol) and Jai Singh (Naseeruddin Shah) simply look so iconic and epic, on the other hand the villaneous Bhujang aka Bhairav Singh (Amrish Puri) who has terrorised the entire city with his two sons Ganga (Dan Dhanoa) and Goga (Tej Sapru) with all his sidekicks like his own brother Raghav (Rajesh Vivek), the infiltrator Suraj(Sharad Saxena) from the police force, a foreigner performing Bhujang's activities called Don (Dalip Tahil) and above all his associate, the Minister (Raza Murad). Eventhough I've got over bollywod movies but this one will be a classic forever.Commisioner Mathur (Anupam Kher), Renu (Sonam), Divya (Madhuri Dixit) and a Film Director (Yunus Parvez) have minor roles except for Natasha Tejani (Sangeeta Bijlani), who joins Bhujang to avenge her brother Ramesh Tejani's (Vijayendra Ghatge) death. The songs are worth listening by Kalyanji-Anandji penned by Anand Bakshi. Eventhough it was released way back in 1989 but still remains charming enough and doesn't look stale at all.
Lee M (jp) wrote: Gray pulls together genocide, pleasure-seeking, military paranoia, filmmaking, and even an anecdote about rude neighbors to paint a coherent portrait of aggression.
Scott R (mx) wrote: tedious, only for big Chase/Hawn fans.
James M (ag) wrote: Second sequel to The Love Bug. An average family film.
Jane K (ag) wrote: This movie lost its focus somewhere in the first 20 minutes. It's okay to be confusing for a while but at some point there has to be an explanation that makes sense--and there never was!
Michael H (ru) wrote: After the first few disappointing and poorly played minutes the movie launches into a delicious as well as touching black comedy. Chaplin's Verdoux is quite distinct from his Tramp character (except in one relatively brief sequence where Verdoux reacted in a stereotypically Tramp fashion) and the insights we gain into this new character as the story progresses lend unexpected depth to the film.
Alejandro R (au) wrote: Una bazofia de pelcula!