Historical movie, set during the Japanese occupation of China during WWII, in which a group of Chinese rebels tries to oust the Japanese forces from a small town. Jackie Chan is one of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fist of Anger
Historical movie, set during the Japanese occupation of China during WWII, in which a group of Chinese rebels tries to oust the Japanese forces from a small town. Jackie Chan is one of the ...
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Richard D (kr) wrote: Here's a shocker ... the direct-to-video sequel to "Road Trip" isn't very good. It basically rips off a bunch of things from the original film and does them poorly. D.J. Qualls is the only returning actor ... only he's in what amounts to the Tom Green role now, which is all kinds of wrong. The guy in the Seann William Scott role reminds me of Ashton Kutcher gone to seed. I could never really get past that. Danny Pudi from "Community" is in it. He pees on a stripper. Don't watch this.
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Robert B (fr) wrote: Chopper (Andrew Dominik, 2000)[originally posted 12Dec2001]Andrew Dominik makes his writing and directing debut with the fictionalized biography of Mark "Chopper" Read, well-known Australian criminal and bestselling novelist. Eric Bana, soon to be seen in a theater near you in Ang Lee's version of The Hulk, stars as Chopper, a man who dreams of being the world's best-known (and loved) criminal. Problem is, he just can't seem to get anyone to take him seriously. The astute viewer will spend much of the film wondering why, and then realized that the "fictionalized" part of the biography is Chopper himself; it would be hard to argue with the hypothesis that, if Chopper were really as witty and intelligent as the film makes him out to be, he probably WOULD be the world's best-known and best-loved criminal. Bana throws one-liners even faster than Red Skelton did, and he rarely misses a good shot (verbally, anyway). Through the eyes of Dominik, Mark Read really is the "good bloke down on his luck" in which he's portrayed in interviews.Then the astute viewer starts thinking. Is this really the case of hero worship that it seems to be? The script says yes; the direction, on the other hand, says Dominik is just as astute a filmmaker as he expects his viewers to be. Between the lines of the script are beautiful nonverbal depictions of the hopelessness and frustration that dog Chopper's every footstep, from the look on Bana's face during the initial confrontation to the film's last shot, of Read sitting alone in a cell, backlit and looking as forlorn as the day is long. Dominik is obviously very familiar with the conventions of noir, and he uses them here effectively, giving the movie a depth and flavor that turns it from an enjoyable romp through one man's megalomania into a more balanced portrait. Very nicely done, and hopefully (assuming Read isn't as astute as the rest of the viewers, natch) we'll be hearing more from Dominik in the future. *** 1/2
Michael F (fr) wrote: the last, decent entry.
Sin C (de) wrote: another favourite movie of stephen chow after part I. and like the fighting scenes here then any other movies. more real.
Dan G (mx) wrote: "Breezy is a teen-aged hippy with a big heart. After taking a a ride with a man who only wants her for sex, Breezy manages to escape." Breezy sounds pretty sleazy to me
Andrew M (ru) wrote: Ditching the character development of the first two films and opting for a less emotionally driven retread of the original, The Karate Kid, Part III loses much of the heart of the franchise.