The taciturn police commander Zhang leads an undercover drugs team and in his continuous battle against the ubiquitous drug barons, takes up arms against his arch enemy, Timmy Choi. When he gets hold of Choi, he makes a deal with him: in exchange for his life (in China you can get the death penalty for producing only 50 grams of drugs) the young criminal will help the police infiltrate a sizeable drug network.
- Stars:Louis Koo, Honglei Sun, Ka Tung Lam, Yi Huang, Suet Lam, Hoi-Pang Lo, Tao Guo, Siu-Fai Cheung, Michelle Ye, Guangjie Li, Wallace Chung, Xiao Cong, Yunxiang Gao, Zi Yi, Gan Tingting,
- Director:Johnnie To,
- Writer:Ka-Fai Wai (screenplay), Nai-Hoi Yau (screenplay), Ryker Chan (screenplay), Xi Yu (screenplay)
A drug cartel boss who is arrested in a raid is coerced into betraying his former accomplices as part of an undercover operation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Drug War torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The best (and only) thing I've liked done on 9/11.
(nl) wrote: Good acting, entertaining. Sad story. Sad reallity we live in.
(kr) wrote: great movie! in my eyes it was great ...!
(ag) wrote: This movie was really interesting but i didn't really get it. but this feeling of being lost is what made this film for me plus some good acting from courtney. worth a look
(ru) wrote: A wonderful sequel to a fantastic movie franchise.
(de) wrote: ...I really don't know what I expected...
(es) wrote: Bana's performance is the highlight of the film, he brings to life the twisted and disturbing portrait of 'Chopper'.
(it) wrote: This is like the best queer cinema gem without any sex, loved the quirky characters and music in the film. The film did not rely on hot actors or fabulous jokes. Just the simple and raw acting was used to bring about the meaning of finding true love. It's such a beautiful film, I loved Christian Campbell and John Paul Pitoc. Tori Spelling was so cool, she played her bitchy character well. The film is so realistic, it's really engaging. One of those films that I would watch it over and over again.
(de) wrote: Such an odd movie, such an odd comedy group. Not bad but very weird indeed
(ag) wrote: Astounding portrait of two girls who will stop at NOTHING to stay together. Based on a true story from 1950's New Zealand. It marks the feature film debuts of both Kate Winslet and director Peter Jackson. Very graphic and unsettling, the fantasy sequences will stick in your head for days. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED...
(au) wrote: Now this is a VERY good bad movie! What's wrong with these critics anyway?
(br) wrote: Did a reviewer just compare Alligator 1 & 2 to the Alien franchise? LoL.
(kr) wrote: It was when i had a celebrity crush on a younger Mink Stole was when I finished this movie.I had low-ish hopes for this movie, until I saw it. I actually like this movie a lot and it was a great opening to the world of John Waters. And Divine was Divine.
(ag) wrote: This film is yet another example of how wonderful the partnership between Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni is under the direction of Vittorio De Sica. Ierri, Oggi, Domani (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow) consists of three humorous vignettes about sex starring the couple as different characters in each. The first involving Loren continuously becoming pregnant to avoid jail time is a riot, the second about the pair having an affair sees most of the action with Loren clumsily behind the wheel of a gorgeous Rolls Royce and the third the story of a Roman call girl and herover-enthusiastic customer. Incredibly funny and with wonderful performances by Mastroianni and Loren, who performs what has now become a legendary striptease in the third vignette.
(mx) wrote: it was his mothers when she died she left it to his father hes old but swaers to live to 100. the other 2 sons belonged to anthor woman. eben knows whare his dads hiden $ is he goes to it knowing it belongs to him scraping up 600 $ bargening with his brothers to 300$ to each of them to get them off the land so's they can leave for california like they always wanted to find gold, so they take a boat their then an unexpected woman comes to the farm the dad claims it is his new wife....''she married him for the land'' eben falls deprately in love with her fighting the feeling for he knows his tyranical father would taer him apart if he touched anna (sophia loren).....will they get togather? will she inharet the land? will they both be ''lucky for the rest of their lives''
(mx) wrote: Why does Random Harvest work? It does not regard any semblance of the way things work in this world, from amnesia to the capacity to which anyone could bear pursuing someone they love to chronology. I know what this is. It is suspension of disbelief. My concern is why it works, why it was after the film was over that I started to realize that it was full of it.The film opens during the closing days of WWI. Ever poised Ronald Colman is a British officer who was shellshocked in the trenches, now restricted to an asylum because he has lost his memory and has trouble speaking. When the war ends, joy rules in the nearby town and the gatekeepers desert their posts to join the merriment. With no one to stop him, Colman simply wanders off?OK?For some reason, I bought that. I was happy he was able to escape. Good.In town, he is befriended by Greer Garson, who will always hold a tender place with me for her work in William Wyler's Mrs. Miniver, here a benevolent showgirl, who takes him under her wing. After she finds out he has escaped, but seems harmless, she arranges for him to join her traveling theater group. After a confrontation that endangers them with unwelcome attention, she takes him away to a quiet, out of the way country village, where they marry and are ecstatically on cloud nine.Colman realizes a talent at writing and tries to earn a living at it. He leaves Garson and their newborn baby for an overnight trip to Liverpool for a job interview with a newspaper. On his way, he is hit by a cab. When he comes to, his past memory is reinstated, but his life with Garson is now completely gone and forgotten. I mean, doesn't that seem like it would make sense? From there, it unravels surprises and we are deflated from the bliss of his life as an amnesiac, at least as much as director Mervyn LeRoy will let us be deflated.I know that James Hilton's original novel was different, and had less of a problem deflating us in the name of dramatic effect and a familiarity with life outside the movie theater. But Mervyn LeRoy restricts his vision of the story to the rule of splendor. Loveliness substitutes simple function, and the film, rather than taking license the way an Indiana Jones movie would, imposes its creative set of laws on life. LeRoy is involved with forming a congruous and well-proportioned society founded on handsome ideas and stuffed with a pleasant aesthetic. He is of the cinematic view that sculpts out a world in which we can wholeheartedly escape from the one to which we will be returning in no time.This is just the sort of movie in which elitist cynicism toward film is rooted, but, hey, it works. I was happy. Somehow, I was transported. I bought the whole thing for 125 minutes and only grasped its abandon afterward.
(br) wrote: Collins and Claflin works just fine together, but the wait for them to be together makes this film a little annoying at some points.
(nl) wrote: Une faon de se faire dire : CROIS EN TOI ET RALISE TES AMBITIONS!