In 1940s Hong Kong, an orphaned boy (Aaron Kwok) rises above oppressive circumstances to become an esteemed engineer for the British colonies, but still struggles to learn where he came from. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In 1940s Hong Kong, an orphaned boy (Aaron Kwok) rises above oppressive circumstances to become an esteemed engineer for the British colonies, but still struggles to learn where he came from.
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Ryan R (br) wrote: Jeremy Saulnier is now a must-watch director for me.
Kyle N (kr) wrote: You must place and glue tiles. You!
Rebecca R (gb) wrote: It was an okay movie but the entire time I was watching it all I could think was Horrible Americanized version of 28 days later.For more Reviews follow @RJsReviews
Estefana P (it) wrote: Como una serie de cortos desconectados logra ser interesante y original, sin embargo se esfuerza demasiado por ser excntrica y en vez logra ser molesta e inverosmil.
Unique H (gb) wrote: Corny but entertaining :)
Will B (de) wrote: Great movie of resilience and hope as a washed up boxer rises his way back to stardom during the Great Depression trying to provide for his family
John B (it) wrote: BEING IN THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS ITS HARD TO WATCH MOVIES THAT SHOW THEY ACTUALLY HAVE LIVES OUTSIDE THE BUSINESS. THATS JUST ME FRUSTRATED. BUT DINNER RUSH IS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES THAT SHOW THE REAL FEEL OF A NIGHT ON THE FLOOR WITH A DARK TWIST. IT MAKES ME WANT TO WORK AT THIS RESTAURANT. OF COURSE DANNY AIELLO PORTRAYS THE PERFECT OWNER AND BEING IN A FAMILY RESTAURANT OF MY OWN I GET IT HOPE YOU WILL ALSO
David X (jp) wrote: It's great if you are into that thriller/horror stuff. Unfortunately I'm not
Ben G (de) wrote: Dull and plodding, After Dark ultimately accomplishes nothing that hasn't been done before. The film loses points for a narrative that has most likely been extremely abridged from the novel. The characters have no time to develop in this cramped arena and come off as flat, despite a very strong performance by Jason Patric. The final killing blow is a soundtrack that sounds like it belongs to Are You Afraid of the Dark?: the Nickelodeon kids' ghost story show from the 90's.
Peter B (es) wrote: Written and directed by Matthew Weiner who created Mad Men, one of the greatest tv shows of all time. This movie is so pointlessly bad it may make people question how much he really had to do with the show.
James S (gb) wrote: In Scream, Skeet Ulrich's character hypothesised that it was scarier if a psycho never had a motive for their evil doings. There is certainly evidence to support this but in Bad Influence's case, it's not scarier....it just renders the film rather pointless. James Spader is a has it all so why am I not happy yuppie type who is saved from...something...by mysterious stranger Rob Lowe only to find out that Rob isn't his new BFF but actually a bit of a nutter hell bent on turning his entire life upside down via a combination of sex, lies and videotape for.......well, we're not really sure what for as Rob never reveals his motives. Presumably he was just a bit bored with leaving semi-naked women in bed in softly blue lit rooms. Lowe's actions and Spader's reactions to them are completely unrealistic and the two have little chemistry on screen. Spader is not a remotely sympathetic character so it makes it hard to care that Rob is trying to ruin his life. Like all early 90s sleazy thrillers, it's more obsessed with shots of boobs and drinking and drugs to worry about little things such as character and story. Adding to the films woes is that fact that it is awfully shot and lighted making it unpleasant to even look at. A single scene in which Lowe mocks Spader via videotape saves this movie from a one star rating. The scene is actually very well done and is the only time in the film that Lowe looks convincing as a nutcase. The finale is just as much of a let down as the previous 90 minutes and leaves the film on a very down note and in typical the bad guy is gone type fashion. You're pretty much past caring by then though and probably just want to go to bed.