The movie is based on a true story about a repented gangster preaching the word of God and guiding his brotherhood to turn over a new leaf. Chen once was the leader of the famous gang "The 13 Tsz Wan Shan", he lost his family, lovers, brothers and finally ended up imprisoned for his drug abuse and trafficking. After jail, he devoted himself to save the lost fellows and was selected as "The JCI Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons". Being respected by the world, Chen is always asked to solve the most difficult situations between evil and good. People give him a nickname "The Fixer". However, there are two sides of a coin, Chen can work out any problem of others, but he does not know how to deal with his personal knot with his love, with whom he has had guilty conscience all his life. Can he fix it eventually?

Biography of Chen Hua| a former underworld kingpin and drug dealer who takes a new lease of life and help rehabilitate people from drug addiction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Laurence R (it) wrote: A refreshing if lacking adventurous Japanese western. Mindblowingly experimental, Sukiyaki succeeds by showing genuine flashes of cinematic genius within it's woefully unnecessary runtime. Essentially this is a film with 4 or 5 beautifully correographed wonderfully camp action scenes wasted in 2 hours of needless expositionary dialogue that only serves to bore. A wasted opportunity.

Nicolas M (de) wrote: Diable que c'est nul. J'irais mme jusqu' dire "oulalalala que c'est nul". Dj je dois pas pouvoir saquer les histoires de Granger parce que j'avais dj trouv que "Les rivires pourpres" super pourri (mais, parait-il, c'tait une trs mauvaise adaptation) et l, c'est d'un kitch, d'un convenu pas possible. On devine tout et tout de suite, les traitres et les gentils, c'est ralis avec le cul, Bellucci est vraiment une mauvaise actrice (qui passe son temps couiner et pigner quand elle braille pas le prnom de son mme) et on se demande pourquoi Boudjila et Zylberstein sont venus se perdre l dedans. Les dialogues sont mauvais, sans rythme, absolument pas crdibles (mention spciale ceux de Deneuve) et faut vraiment arrter avec les histoires d'lus et d'immortalit, a pue la merde. Et vue la fin, ils ont l'air de vouloir en faire une suite... Je comprends pourquoi le seul argument des journalistes pour la promo tait "Monica Bellucci, vous tournez sans maquillage".

Brandon C (ru) wrote: Pretty kick butt movie

Arty S (gb) wrote: It`s a tiring dead-pan, clearly experimental movie made by on of the most insteresting directors of all time, Martin Scorsese who`s plotless narratives usually invest. When this oddyssey of death and misery ended, it left me cold and while it gave me the right impression, it felt like it was a meaningless one.

Samantha C (ru) wrote: beautiful love story!!

VJ H (kr) wrote: I was a bit disappointed with this, to be honest. Not sure what the point was.

Matt C (br) wrote: Great film. I am reliably informed Martin Landau does Bela Lugosi better than Lugosi did. Certainly triggered some nostalgia, not just for the (mythical) golden age of America but also when Tim Burton could make great films with care and without extravagance. Burton's more recent Frankenweenie, though, is a lovely look at the same era.

Anita R (es) wrote: Not good.... It receives one star for actually keeping to the basic storyline.. The second star is the acting quality.... It was acted well given what they had with the script. Wow, this was just a very bad movie.

Patrick R (ag) wrote: It's a live action cartoon. Sometimes it works some times it doesn't.

Bill T (it) wrote: An ultimately depressing film by Satyajit Ray, Aparjito is the 2md in the Apu film, which covers Apu's adolescence and his emergence as a young adult. With a soundtrack by Ravi Shankar, the movie itself flows alright, with many significant points of Apu's life highlighted. Things like Apu's relationship with his Mother and Father, his education, his employee and other factors, are all richly dwelled upon, while of course, Ray fills the screen with the country that he knows so well. While the movie itself is quite explanatory, it does tend to be quite dull at times. The movie takes it's own sweet time setting itself up. There's no REAL plot, it's essentially a character study. So, if you're into Indian movies like that (you know who you are) then this movie is for you.

Jacob D (us) wrote: Not Woody Allen's best movie but a perfectly fine movie.

Lee H (es) wrote: An old film, but a modern classic. I don't think I will ever get bored of this film.

Phil H (ru) wrote: Is Terry Gilliam riding on the coattails of Monty Python with this film? his cast does include a few Python members in small cameos and the films direction is most definitely bizarre. Not only that but the film looks and sounds like a Python sketch in various places much like 'Jabberwocky' did. Not complaining just pointing it out, love the film title though and those lovely looking opening credits.The first film in Gilliam's off the wall dream-like fantasy film trilogy where the plot basically revolves around escaping reality through imagination...or a dream. In this surreal adventure a young boy is zapped through time with the help of a bunch of dwarfs. This little team go around pinching loot trying to get rich with the aid of a map that shows them time holes to jump through time. On their tail is an evil sorcerer who wants the map for evil purposes and the maps owner the 'Supreme Being' (God?).The film starts off in a very simple manner that is quite enjoyable. Its very similar to the later Bill and Ted franchise as we jump to the Napoleonic Wars and meet Napoleon, then to England meeting up with Robin Hood and then to Greece meeting King Agamemnon. These few segments are good fun showcasing the films main big name cameos such as a rather dull Connery as Agamemnon, a very good Ian Holm as the height obsessed Napoleon and the brilliant Cleese as a rather stiff upper lipped Robin Hood and his cutthroat band of merry men. The Robin Hood sequence is easily the best with Cleese donning a daft over sized green Hood hat and typical cliched Hood attire. He looks utterly ridiculous in his pantomime garb where as in contrast his men are a bunch of dirty filthy violent scum. The other funny angle is the fact Cleese speaks quite normally in his aloof aristocratic manner and his men don't, they are just your standard commoner oiks.Once we are introduced to the villainous 'Evil' (that's his name) who wants the map things kinda nose dive in my opinion. The dwarf team stop time jumping and instead go on the run from Evil but end up in Evil's realm and things just become all too weird. There are some nice moments that are typically Gilliam in visual style and idea, the galleon perched on top of the underwater giants head is a good one. No real clue what the hell was going on there, why the galleon is stuck to this giants head (it appeared to be his hat), why the giant was under the sea and who or what was in that little cottage before the giant crushed it??. Looked like some kind of elephant alien person, quirky little moment but totally off the wall, they just get killed then?.The entire final sequence where the dwarfs and little boy fight against Evil is just a mess really. This sorcerer is obviously pretty invincible yet the dwarfs conjure up all these pointless character from various time periods to fight him. I know its a young persons film but this battle is really quite hokey. Then in the end we meet the Supreme Being who turns out to be (or at least in human form) an elderly man in a suit who can't really act too well, nice concept though.I think the main thing that I disliked in this film was the little boy in the main role. This is an old film sure and the kid actor didn't have to be a great actor I admit but damn he's fudging annoying. His soft weedy whiny voice just grates the whole time and fails to give his character any impact at all, he always begs and pleads like a baby but you can hardly hear him half the time because he's so quiet...and wet. Am I being harsh? maybe, but this kid ruins the film, should of used a girl. The squad of dwarves are the films main hook really...much like 'Willow'. None of them are particularly good actors but they are amusing and they do add to the fantasy charm. Seeing them all dressed up in their nifty warrior-like bandit outfits is kinda cool, clearly Gilliam (or someone) had this idea and knew they had to make a film around it.The film is essentially a kids flick, an imaginative adventure for young boys who like to play war, knights, cowboys etc...In that sense the film does its job and delivers a highly imaginative yarn no doubt. As an adult watching now the film doesn't quite hit the mark for me anymore, I guess the thrill has been left behind with age coupled with the fact the film doesn't really look very good anymore. It has dated quite badly in all honesty and the effects can be a bit dodgy. Like I said the first half set in the few time periods is good but after that it gets a bit rough around the edges. The very end feels too open ended also, definitely needed a more conclusive finish.In the end the film is a fun little ride with some nice visual ideas, but I can't help but feel without those few Python cameos this film wouldn't be half as much fun. You could say its only worth watching for the John Cleese sequence really...but that's just me.

Mandy P (de) wrote: Haven't decided if I want to see this one. I love Gerard Depardieu but he isn't the most reliable when it comes to picking scripts. Ridley Scott is also a hit-or-miss guy.