Fire of Conscience

Fire of Conscience

Fire of Conscience is an 2010 Hong Kong action/thriller film directed by Dante Lam and starring Leon Lai and Richie Ren. The Chinese name is derived in one of the action scenes where Lai has to chase Ren through a street of dragon dance.

Centers on Captain Manfred who is caught in the line of fire between high levels of corruption and malice. He must solve a brutal murder to prove his partner's innocence and unearth the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Caroline L (fr) wrote: Watched to the end but my husband gave up.

Erin C (mx) wrote: Really cute story line, but the main actress was a little irritating - too over-the-top. However, it was better than many other TV Christmas movies I've seen.

Chris F (ru) wrote: The Identical suffers from a bland script and poor acting. There are many laughable moments. This movie is very bad and poorly made.

Sibusiso Y (es) wrote: Although not likely to cause uproarious laughter, Coffee Town treads smartly around tried and true comedy tropes and resists devolving into a mess.

Eduardo G (br) wrote: Mas que el buen sentido del humor que tiene la pelicula sin caer nunca en burla, su fuerte es la Critica social acerca de la doble moral de la siempre ridicula guerra Santa. Pa reir un rato y seguir pensando.

Kate H (us) wrote: its sooo nice and sad=( ahh......cry Cry

Mickael L (es) wrote: Pas mauvais, comique par moment. J'ai un faible pour ce film, mme si ce n'est pas un grand film!

Erik G (au) wrote: This would make a great double bill with Truffaut's next film, The Green Room. Both are about haunted men; one by death, the other by sex. Truffaut cuts Bertrand a little too much slack. The scene in which the editor defends Bertrand and his book (and thus implicitly, the movie) is a bit too on the nose. Thinking about this just after seeing this, it is about "know thyself," but with a character, "the ladies' man," whom we usually expect to have no inner life at all.

Filipe C (ag) wrote: Cinema, filmmaking... whatever you want to call it... it just doesn't get much better than this. A timeless film is a film with a simple story with big ideas. That's it... that's On the Waterfront.

Prasad I (us) wrote: Riveting. Spielberg masterpiece!.Home is everything.

stefano l (kr) wrote: Although very preventable and a bit stereotypic, the movie is dazed and this makes it more enjoyable than not. I don't understand just one point: why the character of the "life coach" has been so remarked in the synopsis, when in the end is so superficial in the totality of the movie? Boh!