Sung-chan is a top detective of the special crime squad. He is notorious for punishing the opponent who hurts his pride. When Hyun-min impersonates as Sung-chan and robs a cash transport car under the daylight, and seizes $10 billion worth of smuggled gold right before the cop’s eyes, Sung-chan is outraged. He cannot let this criminal slip through. Sung-chan goes after Hyun-min like a wild beast going after its prey, but Hyun-min cunningly threads through the investigation, even leaving traces in the crime scenes on purpose to allure and provoke Sung-chan.
Sung-chan is a top detective of the special crime squad. He is notorious for punishing the opponent who hurts his pride. When Hyun-min impersonates as Sung-chan and robs a cash transport car under the daylight, and seizes $10 billion worth of smuggled gold right before the cop’s eyes, Sung-chan is outraged. He cannot let this criminal slip through. Sung-chan goes after Hyun-min like a wild beast going after its prey, but Hyun-min cunningly threads through the investigation, even leaving traces in the crime scenes on purpose to allure and provoke Sung-chan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nadia S (it) wrote: Love the movie concept love how it is made. I would WatchKit again in a heart beat.
David G (jp) wrote: Since hitting his late 50s, Jackie Chan has wisely decided to branch out from his traditional martial arts comedy into more conventional thriller/drama territory, giving his not inconsiderable acting chops a workout rather than his creaking kung fu. Shinjuku Incident is a particularly interesting example, as Jackie is almost unrecognisable as "Steelhead", a Chinese farmer who illegally enters Japan in search of his lost girlfriend. In days gone by, this would naturally result in Jackie beating up the bad guys and rescuing the damsel in distress, but here the girl barely factors in. Instead the film focuses on Steelhead's seduction into a life of crime in order to make a new life for himself and his fellow immigrants. He's not a natural criminal and his goals are honourable - he just wants his people to be given a chance - but his decisions in order to get there, including becoming a hired killer for the Yakuza (!) ultimately lead to disaster.Jackie is on great form and when I say he's unrecognisable I mean it! If you've ever wanted to see a film where Jackie lops off limbs, kills in cold blood and bangs hookers (!!) then Shinjuku Incident is the film for you. His fellow cast, playing some very distinctive characters, are impressive too, especially Daniel Wu as the ill-fated Jie.Think Jackie Chan meets Scarface and you've pretty much got Shinjuku Incident. It has it's flaws - underdeveloped characters and sub-plots (particularly the relationships between Steelhead and both his old and new flames) - but this is a fascinating entry on Jackie's CV and quite unlike anything else he's done.
Lucas A (br) wrote: Lindo filme! Gostei muito.
Frank D (it) wrote: all I remember about this is the T&A, so I'm sure it was a terrible movie
Augustina S (ag) wrote: Unlike so many similar concert docs that came after it, 'Truth or Dare' doesn't feel like a propaganda machine trying to raise its star to hero status. In fact, there are many moments where Madonna allows herself to appear in a, shall we say, less-than-flattering light (or others do it for her, like Beatty, for example), and even appears caught off guard at times (her uncomfortable interaction with her childhood friend comes to mind). She's clearly not trying to sell herself as a humble, down-to-earth superstar - which seems to be the running theme in so many popstar documentaries nowadays - and instead opts to just be an engaging persona (and boy, is she).Watching it back after all these years, this film feels like a much-needed respite from the polished and utterly benign stuff you'd find in that One Direction or Katy Perry movie, and instead attempts to tell a fascinating - if not always sincere - story. It's refreshingly honest when it needs to be, and though it has its fair share of pretension (could you expect anything less from Madonna?) and clearly manufactured moments, it's a bold and thoroughly entertaining ride.By the end, we still have no idea who Madonna really is, but the film never claims to tell us (as someone says in the film, "Madonna is hard to reach"), nor is it really that important. What we have instead is an entertaining, and sometimes shocking, glimpse into a world few will ever experience first hand. In true Madonna fashion, it's crazy, fearless and just plain raunchy fun.
Dennis M (gb) wrote: Some great BritRocker cameos in this...will Fiona deliver her baby OK?
Alexandre S (kr) wrote: revu la tl dans la nuit du dimanche 6 au lundi 7 juin 2010 vers 1h du matin sur France 3 dans le cadre de l'mission "Le Cinma de Minuit" !
SV G (ca) wrote: Lovely old classic with Bette Davis playing a vain socialite who married for security and can display nothing but indifference toward her husband (memorably played by Claude Rains) and their daughter but continues to keep men around her simply for the attention. There are enough light-hearted moments in this to take the edge off this very heavy film that sometimes is so emotionally excruiating in the way she treats her husband and daughter it's hard to watch; but there is no doubt this is a classic that earned it's reputation by the grand performances of both Bette Davis and Claude Rains and nice supporting role by Walter Able.
wedstarfish 8 (ag) wrote: Batman Forever stands as the fourth installment in the "Batman" movie franchise and the first MAJOR letdown for Batman films, mainly because Tim Burton has left as director. After this, the franchise took the worst direction it could have possibly took. At least this one was some what watchable.Batman Forever centers around Batman, who is being hunted down by The Riddler and Two Face, who easily want to mess with him in the most deadliest way as possible. One thing I loathed about this film was how absolutely absurd it was. It basically made Batman as a whole, look like a complete joke. And that's not good. At all.Honestly, this film killed the franchise for a long time. Not for forever, but for a long time.
Alex K (nl) wrote: OMFGOMFGOMFG THIS MOVIE IS GONNA BE AMAZING I HAVE TO SEE IT I CANT WAIT OMFG ITS GONNA BE SO GOOOOOOOOOOD! this... i... sweaaaaar...xD xD xD xD xD
Diana S (nl) wrote: Well, I got behind again. And it's just been a bizarre movie week. [b]The Pit[/b] is a strange little horror movie about a boy who gets revenge on those who have tormented him by feeding them to the creatures he finds in a large hole in the woods. If that weren't creepy enough, the movie also has the boy, who's about 12, hitting on his live-in babysitter, talking to his teddy bear and sending sex notes to the librarian. This isn't so much scary as funny and weird, but the production is pretty terrible. [b]Bloodsucking Freaks[/b]. I'm still at a loss as to what to say about this. Netflix called it a cult horror classic, so I had to rent it. Then Tycho said to watch it with friends while drinking or I'd just feel dirty. So I took his advice. But I still feel a bit dirty. The "plot" revolves around a theater of the macabre where people are actually killed on stage though the audience believes it's fake. Master Sardu (Seamus O'Brien "The Happy Hooker") is an S&M freak who leads the show and desperately wants to be Vincent Price. He's assisted by Ralphus (Luis De Jesus "Samurai Dick"), a gleeful midget who revels in the torture as much as Sardu. The scenes of torture are interspersed with Sardu and Ralphus playing games with their hostages. Human darts, backgammon where they bet fingers. Also, there's more naked women than you can shake a stick at. So, I didn't hate the movie and sometimes I laughed through my desire to vomit. But I would never watch this again and can't recommend it to anyone. This is my second viewing of [b]28 Days Later[/b]. After we first watched it in the theater, I had a nightmare that I had to kill my fiancee with a pair of scissors through the eye because he had the rage. Horror movies don't often give me nightmares, so I am especially impressed when they do. But this led to an ongoing debate between me and the finance that if I were a zombie, he'd let me make him a zombie so we could be together. And I say that's silly because it's not like we'd be ourselves. We'd just be mindless creatures hungry for human flesh. So I would kill him if he were a zombie. Then he gets mad.But, as for the movie. I found it equally tense the second time around. Director Danny Boyle ("Millions") creates and eerie London landscape as the main character wakes up in the deserted hospital, with no idea the plague that has ransacked his country. Though the creatures in this are not zombies in the technical sense, they behave in much the same way. And this is the first time they are fast. Fast zombies are much scarier than slow shambling ones. Also, the army base was a good twist. And then there was [b]Doogal.[/b] Sometimes the voices in an animated movie are distracting. That was one of Doogal's problems. The movie was also filled with pop-culture referencing dialogue, which I usually enjoy a la Gilmore Girls. But here it felt flat. The animation was fairly good, but the story was pretty humdrum. Though, if I were a five-year-old, or really, really stoned, I probably would have enjoyed it.
Dann M (fr) wrote: Based on the acclaimed novel, Testament of Youth is a provocative war drama that follows the experiences of Vera Brittain. After the breakout of World War I both her boyfriend and her brother enlist in England's army, and before long Vera herself feels the call to serve and drops out of university in order to be a voluntary nurse as part of England's war effort. Alicia Vikander gives an excellent performance that's quite impassioned, really capturing the character's struggles. The sets and costumes are also remarkably well-done, giving an authentic look and feel for the time period. However, there are some awkwardly inserted poetry scenes that don't really flow with the realistic tone of the film. And, the message is rather understated for such an influential novel. Yet Testament of Youth is a powerful film, and does an excellent job at portraying the unglamorous realities of war.