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Lulu Wong lives a double life - part urban social butterfly, part vigilante superhero.

Lulu Wong (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon's Michelle Yeoh) lives a double life - part urban social butterfly, part vigilante superhero . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Christa D (gb) wrote: Don't waste your time with this movie

Brandon V (ru) wrote: Gondry's put out a dense, multi-facetted piece of work here, but he hasn't made anything profound; not enough at least. And if profundity wasn't the goal, and a day in the life of struggling kids in the Bronx was all that was meant to be here, then it's just not that interesting. You'll end up with a hundred questions to be sure, not the least of which being: why?

Sondra B (ag) wrote: it was an amazing movie!

Jenny L (de) wrote: I thought this fim was really funny! I wasn't sure if Anita was meant to be a woman or a man!!! I agree it was very mo liu tho.

Anastasia B (fr) wrote: Another addition to Lang's masterful dark universe, this tale, of a professor going rogue for a night by circumstance, is gripping and thoughtful at the same time. The fact that it's all a dream sequence is Lang's way of winking at an older man's daydream. A resolution that you'd easily turn down in hands of other directors, yet here you can't help but enjoying it from the hands of the auteur. Recommended.

Doctor S (fr) wrote: Justifiably infamous. Which means it is just as exploitative to the nth-degree as it was in 1977, a nasty, nearly unwatchable sequence of rapes leading to a warpath of bloody revenge that far exceeds anything Pam Grier dealt out. Waaaay too long to sit through the bad acting of some truly despicable (and moronic) characters.

Peter W (br) wrote: Hands down one of the greatest fantasy films of all time.

Alexandra S (br) wrote: I love the western carnivalesque surreal atmosphere of these movies. They feel as if the rest of the world doesn't exist outside the supernatural rundown theme park on the shore.

Levi P (de) wrote: American Graffiti, or Dazed and Confused, but set in a soulful 70's car wash, but not nearly as good. There is however an incredibly catchy title song is! Also, this has nothing to do with the film itself, but don't be fooled by its modern marketing, which claims it stars Richard Pryor and George Carlin. Combined, both of them are in this movie for less than ten minutes.