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Scott M (br) wrote: Story about two brothers who rob banks. Steals its story-line from 'No Country for Old Men'. But I enjoyed it anyway. Very much has a 70's movies feel. Loved that.
Scott A (ag) wrote: Keanu Reeves is the ultimate action star in this stylistic, action thriller. This film doesn't take itself too seriously and it helps move this simple yet satisfying plot along. A revenge film that we can all rally behind.
Ahnaf H (kr) wrote: This is a movie that understand what it is. It doesn't try to overstep it's bounds and focuses on perfecting what it attempts. Definitely for anyone who likes action movies.
Jacob K (gb) wrote: An average action movie
Private U (us) wrote: One of the best movies rarely scene: a visual feast with fine performances and a great script. TRACK IT DOWN AND WATCH IT! I particularly like the street scenes which capture the feel of modern day Saigon so well.
Danielle K (ca) wrote: Linda Blair in juvie prison. Do I have to say more?!
Walter M (kr) wrote: Okay, guys, you know the drill. But just a reminder... King Claudius(Patrick Stewart) tells his new stepson, Prince Hamlet(David Tennant), to lighten up because death comes to all, including his father, so enjoy life. This might seem a little harsh but Claudius has bigger things on his mind like Fortinbras rattling sabres in nearby Norway. To be honest, Hamlet is definitely taken aback at his mother Gertrude(Penny Downie) remarrying only a month after her husband's death. Well, he's not the only one concerned because Hamlet's friend Horatio(Peter De Jersey) summmons him to have a quick word with his father's ghost(Patrick Stewart) who says there was nothing at all natural in his death. This is a compelling version of "Hamlet" set in the modern day, almost totally indoors in a stately palace. So, while cameras are commonplace along with the occasional handgun, there is also a sense of decay in the royal household. Adding to the sense of disconnect is David Tennant's performance as perhaps the loosest Hamlet I have seen, with the character's brattiness contrasting well with such a disapproving father. Casting Patrick Stewart in the double role is a nice touch, which he handles with distinction.
Hubert G (nl) wrote: A wonderfully grim and dark comedy. Horror icons Boris Karloff, Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, and Peter Lorre prove they can be funny and sinister at the same time.
Xian W (kr) wrote: I'm watch this movie to learn a bit about the Chinese American story and how they view themselves and how they're portrayed then and now. Since I feel I'm more of a Chinese and American rather than say, a Chinese American.The movie is a bit confusing to me. On the on hand I can see C. Y. Lee's use of plot elements from China 1st golden age of films. I can image the a Zhou Xuan or a Lin Dai in the movie and not been completely out of place. On the other hand it seems to a bit mushy at trying to a more typical Hollywood type musical. (As Chinese film plots are almost always tragedies) However, one I was shock at is that how conservative the older generation are portrayed in the film. As they equivalent in China, if they are immigrated "recently" are the hell rising May Forth generation that perpetrated Chinese novels and films in China during that period. I don't know if the social dynamics is true during this time, or the movie went over board on the young vs. old generation theme. Serious, character in Chinese novel and films* during this period (and before 60's) seems more "American" than even the second generation portrayed in the film. (*writings by Zhang Henshui, Eileen Chang, Qian Zhongshu and perhaps Chiung Yao early works)btw, Flower Drum song/opera/drama happens to be the native stage play from my province. I can say, it sounds nothing like they do in the movie; you'll be thankful for it, well, most of you anyways.
Cheryl L (ru) wrote: What a serious waste of time! Movie didn't even make any sense, she only maybe run over the cat!!