China Moon

China Moon

Detective Kyle Bodine falls for Rachel Munro who is trapped in a violent marriage. After shooting her husband, Kyle relucantly agrees to help hide the body, but Kyle's partner is showing an unusual flair for finding clues.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mistress,   murder,   hotel,  

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Ray S (br) wrote: For type types. An interesting history of the font we used to call 'Airport Anonymous'. Dave Carson and Neville Brody interviewed

Steven W (ca) wrote: i like most o his movies

Dylan G (au) wrote: C'mon, it's at least entertaining! A-

kira w (br) wrote: Insane people are so entertaining!

TheSecond P (ag) wrote: first time I saw Capoeira

Noah W (br) wrote: A very bittersweet, charming, and heartwarming movie that's fun and interesting. The cast was stellar and the directing was very good. Sure it was a little corny at times but overall, very nice movie!8.5/10

James M (de) wrote: Very good mountain photography but a very dull film.

Sean G (us) wrote: Pure 80's indulgence.

Chrisanne S (fr) wrote: Delightful! Durbin carries it all the way with a little help from Milland and Auer when she's not on screen. Not too much singing- just enough to let you know that it's there.

Phillip R (mx) wrote: Besides a lot of annoying singing, a pretty good film. The earthquake sequence is done pretty well for it's time.

Rick D (ca) wrote: Comparing audience reactions between the Peter Jackson movie and the recent Skull Island leaves me scratching my head. I guess it's a bad idea to try to do more - either that or more was being demanded of Peter Jackson because of the LotR movies. Regardless it should be emphasized that, audience scores notwithstanding, Peter Jackson's King Kong is the far superior movie. It's better than Skull Island and it's also better than the Jessica Lange Version from the 1970s. I'm not going to go as far as to say it's better than the Fay Wray version - there's no point in comparing any remake to the original as beloved as the original King Kong.

Nathan V (es) wrote: This movie was bad, from the acting, graphics, to the storyline. Some of the most stupid character lines and decisions i've ever seen. News lady on a helicopter hovering over a Dinosaur on a rampage, "can you get us closer?... Closer...closer" They got so close that the Dinosaur was able to bite and grab a hold of the helicopter. LOL!!!

Filippo V (gb) wrote: Un film dall'umorismo molto particolare e sempre sopra le righe. Ha una trama estremamente complicata ma riesce ad alternare momenti seri e difficili con altri molto pi leggeri e divertenti, anche grazie ad una spiccata autoironia. Nonostante questo, non riuscito a farmi ridere come avrebbe voluto, preferisco di gran lunga l'umorismo dei Coen pi velato e impalpabile, come ci hanno abituato in loro film migliori di questo.

John B (mx) wrote: Putting the childish humor aside this movie actually has a great meaning...cherish and appreciate life and live life to the fullest.

Marco C (kr) wrote: Mesmerizing from beginning till the end. You get to know the characters so well that you can accept their flaws. Connelly proved herself to be an equal match to Sir Kingsley and both sucessfully bring the movie to life.

Chris C (us) wrote: The cover alone is a good enough reason to watch this 80's gem.

Luciano G (it) wrote: If you're looking for a typical slasher, horror flick, this is a good choice.....don't expect a surprise ending or even witty, interesting dialogue.... you will get some screams, some gore, some pre-mortem nudity and some laughs......the point is, don't expect too much....

John H (it) wrote: This movie has no pretensions. It is a guilty pleasure to stumble across this film on late night television every few years. The third act is weak but Shakespearean.