Crazy Dinner Party

Crazy Dinner Party

I’m not entirely sure what this one’s about, folks, but that hasn’t stopped me from watching the embedded trailer a couple of times tonight. It’s a little jarring and a touch annoying, but that, I think, is what makes this film so alluring. Although a proper synopsis detailing a few plot points would be nice to have, all you really need to know about the flick resides in its title. There is, in fact, a dinner party taking place, and crazy things are happening at a mad rapid pace. Beyond that, your guess is as good as mine. But don’t waste your time over-thinking it. Director Shang Jing’s “Crazy Dinner Party”, which stars Fan Wei, Huang Bo, Monica Mok, Liu Hua, and Liang Guanhua, opens in China on January 23rd, 2012. When will the rest of us get to partake in said festivity? That remains to be seen

I’m not entirely sure what this one’s about, folks, but that hasn’t stopped me from watching the embedded trailer a couple of times tonight. It’s a little jarring and a touch annoying, but that, I think, is what makes this film so alluring. Although a proper synopsis detailing a few plot points would be nice to have, all you really need to know about the flick resides in its title. There is, in fact, a dinner party taking place, and crazy things are happening at a mad rapid pace. Beyond that, your guess is as good as mine. But don’t waste your time over-thinking it. Director Shang Jing’s “Crazy Dinner Party”, which stars Fan Wei, Huang Bo, Monica Mok, Liu Hua, and Liang Guanhua, opens in China on January 23rd, 2012. When will the rest of us get to partake in said festivity? That remains to be seen . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Fabian20 M (au) wrote: This is a very entertaining and comic movie. But I see that in the way in which it is counted it is very fast and with some loose ends.

Walter M (es) wrote: Trapped in an awful predicament involving her professor, her professor's wife and her computer, Rebecca(Zoe Lister-Jones) sees no other options aside from bar hopping and getting drunk. At one bar, she is recognized by Casper(Sam Rosen, who also co-wrote), a high school classmate she barely remembers and home from Afghanistan. When her friend Brent(Brent Doyle) lifts her on his shoulder during a game of pool, Casper rushes to her aid. It should not surprise anybody that the whole rescuing the damsel in distress thing does not work out as planned when he forgets the first rule of basic training - never pick on a marine. Still, at least he and Rebecca get a chance to know each other when she picks him as the more emotionally mature option, but this is not a date and there will be no kissing. The one thing filmmakers occasionally forget is that it takes very little to create a film when your heart is in the right place.(*cough* Tarantino *cough*) And that's especially true with the beguiling "Stuck between Stations" whose amiable conversations make the best use of Zoe Lister-Jones' off-kilter delivery. That's not to say this story is not cinematic as the movie contains some lovely shots like Casper framed against the Minneapolis skyline, the cyclists and the circus.(I'll bet you never thought Minneapolis could be so interesting, did you?) On the other hand, there is the split screen which is only really necessary during the movie's sole scene of suspense, amplifying the ambient tension. Otherwise, the movie did not have to literally spell out the cause of Rebecca's self-destruction, as a lot of people peak in high school, as somebody once keenly observed. Plus, hatred of Army officers and soldiers on the homefront is a myth, except for William Westmoreland who kinda had it coming.

Isaiah B (us) wrote: Irresistible and strangely magnetic. From the soundtrack to the creative shots throughout, it's hard not to sit back and just enjoy the work as a beautifully flawed whole.

Shawn R (mx) wrote: Good gore, but drags at times.

Paul N (kr) wrote: Intriguing, if ponderous, mood piece boasts terrific performances & covers disquieting psychological terrain.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: I love this film. It features some great stop motion fx and has the same 'Sinbad' as from 7th voyage

Paul M (br) wrote: If it's good enough for Tim Robbins and Bill Murray, it's good enough for me. lol

Ian G (mx) wrote: It's great at being a kids movie. Adults won't like it as much, but they may still find enjoyment in it. But honestly what more do you expect in a G-rated Disney movie staring the youngest cast member of "The Cosby Show."

Matt U (au) wrote: Pairing Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis will get you laughs, but the villain is a bit of a downfall from the first and certain characters are forgotten as soon as they are introduced. Other than Willis, only Jackson's and Irons' characters are memorable.

Nick B (nl) wrote: I will always remember the jejunum scene. There are some pretty comical parts in this movie. Worth the watch if you aren't a will ferrel hater.

Dathathreya K (es) wrote: Been watching crappy movies all along! Finally a good satire-black comedy!

maria e (us) wrote: it may have had a lot of violet seens in it but it basically tells how it was in the war and how you never forget the events that happened in the past