Judas, a wealthy playboy living in Hong Kong, is obsessed with snakes. His apartment is full of them, and he treats them as if they were his children. One night Judas' brother persuades him... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rose P (ag) wrote: The nods to other gangster films added to the humor.
Takuya M (au) wrote: MILLION THEATER, 2012/11/17
Kimmer S (br) wrote: I am a fan of English ensemble films. I was digging around searching for something with feeling and heart. I found it in this lovely movie. Perfectly casted for REAL actors, I enjoyed each of their performances individually almost as much as their ensemble work. Choices. It's all about choices. Most male viewers would categorize this as a chick movie. I'd like to think there are still men out there that will give this film a shot. I have to mention that I am reminded what a great actress Imelda Staunton is with her portrayal of Hazel Nightingale. WHAT a contrast from the egomaniacal Dolores Umbridge in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix!
Jose M (kr) wrote: An amazing tell of students fighting for their future as they wanted and needed to change their schools. At first, I thought the students would have gotten their way very swift. I thought that because I have seen movies, shows, and whatever where all it takes one type action to get the protestors demands. However, Walkout is the first film that I have seen where it shows difficulties and challenges ahead. I was astonished and felt like I was in the movie. There are some descent perfomances as well. Walkout was released in 2006 during the time when profiling and witch hunts became the topic over the issues in illlegal immigrants. I was in turmoil that year. I had my views, but dang, everywhere I went I felt like a target. If I encounter the person who's responsible for the turmoil, I will make a pleasure to kicking his behinds from here to anywhere. Give them a history lesson as well, maybe using my foot. Anyways, the experience was amazing as I saw the Walkout in Fox Theater. People were cheering, clapping, laughing, and I think I even heard someone crying. Hence, there are some shocking scenes from police brutality to some very racial views. The last film I have seen with racial crimes against Mexicans was the Ballad of Gregorio Cortez (also starring Edward James Olmos). Walkout & Milk are two great films. There are lessons to be learned in both films.
Alexis W (gb) wrote: i actually saw it loved it and want to see it many many more times
Shaun B (es) wrote: One of McGregor's best performance in my opinion. Unfortunately the film itself doesn't perform as well.
Genie L (us) wrote: none-stop ridiculousness and perplexities. she never runs out of bullets and has a snake in her vagina that likes to bite off penises. if you like this theme, see Teeth... vagina dentata... not as good as this movie by any means. highly recommend to watch this with a friend who has a warped sense of humor.
Tim M (it) wrote: Classic nunsploitation from Japan. Funny, sexy, blasphemous, and violent.
Jess Alejandro P (de) wrote: Fellini y Massina en su mximo esplendor, que pareja!!!!
Kyle B (fr) wrote: George Clooney won an Oscar for this?! I love George Clooney and he just gives a better performance each time he roles out something new but wow did they give him an Oscar for the wrong movie. The only character I was remotely interested with was Matt Damon and he did a good job. Plummer, Wright, and Cooper are also good but underused.