Chinese Take-Out

Chinese Take-Out

A comedy that chronicles a chance encounter between Robert and a Chinese named Jun who wanders lost through the city of Buenos Aires in search of his uncle after being assaulted by a taxi driver and his henchmen.

In Buenos Aires, the bitter and methodic Roberto is a lonely man and the owner of a hardware store. Roberto collects bizarre worldwide news in an album as a hobby and his acquaintance Mari ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anna I (de) wrote: I didn't expect anything from this one and I didn't get anything from this one. I guess I thought "oh...the guy from Slumdog Millionaire...that was a good movie". Basically, girl struggling to help provide for her younger sibling has alcoholic/abusive parents and ends up doing porn. Not much else to say about this one....

sarah r (ca) wrote: didn't think it would live up to the 1st but it did good film

Justin B (gb) wrote: David Gordon Green sure has a wildly inconsistent filmography. A one joke movie whose joke is never all that funny to begin with.

Marian D (jp) wrote: Fictional documentary loosely based on tragic real events from Iraq 2006.

Ra S (it) wrote: There is no way to watch UNITED 93, Director Paul Greengrass' heartbreaking, pulse-pounding drama about the lone hijacked commercial airliner that failed to reach its target on Sept. 11, 2001, and not anticipate the dreadful outcome. Definitely hard to watch but impossible to turn away from. I should not have seen this movie this late. I won't be able to sleep.

Tim F (it) wrote: Indeed, F&F on bikes... question is, this or Torque, think this has a deeper story, both have their flaws

Arundhati S (nl) wrote: hilarious! absolutely hilarious! om puri is so good in this one!

Skyler B (br) wrote: I saw this. That alone should keep me from ever getting married.

Brad S (mx) wrote: I had wanted to watch this film again for ages, I hadn't seen it since it first came to home video, and now I kind of regret it. It wasn't as good as I remembered it. I knew I liked Alan Rickman in it and still was a joy to watch him, and I love Morgan Freeman and his performance held-up. The problem was with Costner and the direction, I found both to be underwhelming. Not a great film by any means, but I got enough joy our of watching Rickman and Freeman to give it a passing mark, but I can't recommend it.

Andrew L (ca) wrote: The first half of the movie was all-right as far as an 80's film centred around kids goes. But when they got on the spaceship and met those aliens it took a tremendous nose-dive into just plain awful.

David W (au) wrote: They just don't make 'em like this any more! Great scenes in picturesque places, a wonderful double act of Bourvil and Louis de Funs. Not quite as good as La Grande Vadrouille, but then it isn't a war film...

Sean D (es) wrote: Easily. Easily. Easily. The most underrated '80s horror franchise. And it's fucking bullshit because it's better than a lot of the others.