Colour of the Loyalty

Colour of the Loyalty

As befits a full-blooded Jiang Hu (underworld) antic, COTL takes place over the course of a short, frenetic period, feeling to all intents and purposes like one night. It encompasses plenty of gore and cadavers (unless you get the sanitized, inferior mainland version), relying to a large extent on so-called triad codes of honor and organizational culture. At its core resides old boss Dragon Brother, done by Eric Tsang in a repast from his barrage of comical roles and commercial endorsements. The head wants to retire, leading to chaos in gangland as everybody else desires his position and accumulated fortune. Following his fateful announcement, two rival Mafioso's become potential enemies as Dragon Brother and concubine (Suki Kwan) aim to leave Hong Kong in order to start a new life in Europe.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Cantonese,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   suicide,   torture,  

As befits a full-blooded Jiang Hu (underworld) antic, COTL takes place over the course of a short, frenetic period, feeling to all intents and purposes like one night. It encompasses plenty of gore and cadavers (unless you get the sanitized, inferior mainland version), relying to a large extent on so-called triad codes of honor and organizational culture. At its core resides old boss Dragon Brother, done by Eric Tsang in a repast from his barrage of comical roles and commercial endorsements. The head wants to retire, leading to chaos in gangland as everybody else desires his position and accumulated fortune. Following his fateful announcement, two rival Mafioso's become potential enemies as Dragon Brother and concubine (Suki Kwan) aim to leave Hong Kong in order to start a new life in Europe. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David C (au) wrote: I've seen enough boxing biopics to last my lifetime, but if I had to watch one more... this would be it. Just a knockout performance by Miles Teller. His penchant for stories that underline "what it takes to be the best" is utterly fascinating.

Gregory W (ru) wrote: grrrr another lost review

Shasta K (gb) wrote: This movie was surprisingly sad, but all and all pretty good.

Muffin M (fr) wrote: After undergoing a cross-country move from Los Angeles to Edmonton on Christmas eve, a father and his two kids visit the local mall where they do some last minute shopping.

Shaun B (br) wrote: Mediocre TV cop drama that is made better only by Selleck's involvement.

Brandon W (es) wrote: I enjoyed Matchstick Men, it focused more on the characters then the con which really succeed for me. It would've not worked if the characters were boring, but the acting and the writing was great, Nicolas Gage is awesome for being bonkers, and also being a lovable and sane dad. Sam Rockwell and Alison Lohman are great too and weren't overshadowed by Nicolas Cage. For the ending, I think it's a hit or miss for every viewer that sees this, people would think that it ruined the whole movie, or it shocked people, making it more fresh than it was. I'm more towards the hit side, I can understand why people would go towards the miss, but for me, it's a hit. I'm glad that I saw it, go see it if your a Nicolas Cage or a Ridley Scott fan.

Mike W (jp) wrote: Classic baseball film.

Craig N (gb) wrote: funny in a ridiculous way need to watch out for the obvious bad special effects especially those of the moon worth watching again at any rate.

Judge L (us) wrote: Was one of my favorite bike movies as a kid. Still enjoy watching this one. Funny now to watch it and see all the Panavision cameras during the race scenes, average person would probably not pick out all the film production equipment and cameras being used during the Coors Classic race.

Orlok W (jp) wrote: This would be just an average studio movie but for a clever premise (Mayans flee across the Gulf of Mexico to establish a community in North America) and Yul Brynner's stunning screen presence... Giants of a lost world--'Kings of the Sun' is the story of a civilization burst into full flower, filmed beautifully in Chichn Itz, Yucatn - Mexico, J. Lee Thompson's motion picture is colorful and highly entertaining... Tacky but fun pre-Columbian Western!!

Christina T (kr) wrote: A big Brit Marling fan here. Everything was just right.4 stars.