Police Inspector Pao is trying to catch Mak Kwan, a gang member who is first arrested, but then escapes from the prison. By chance, Pao realizes that the target of Kwan's gang is the H.K. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Police Inspector Pao is trying to catch Mak Kwan, a gang member who is first arrested, but then escapes from the prison. By chance, Pao realizes that the target of Kwan's gang is the H.K. Jockey Club
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Sammy B (gb) wrote: a Cute funny comedy. FUck the haters
Shad S (mx) wrote: Best laser eye battle. That is all.
Katrina L (ca) wrote: Kusturica crazy as usual (or even more :))) I am not sure if I get it any more but it has its beautiful moments :)))
Sam C (kr) wrote: Preferred the one with Elizabeth Hurley, who really is what a 'Bond girl' image represents. Also, Elizabeth is an excellent actress.
Nick L (au) wrote: There is symbolism in this movie, but it's hard to make out even after reading about it. This is probably due to it overflowing with some of the most disturbing scenes not including gore. Not that there isn't violence in this movie. It is a Miike film.
Justin A (ag) wrote: Started off promising, but just wore on and on until it was petering out at the end.The movie starts off with a drab, dark, yet almost comical setup. The world is dying because everyone is afraid to go outside. Okay, cool. I can live with that. Yet, instead of continually getting darker it gets melodramatic and lame. The last 40 minutes or so kills this movie.The main character is also very unlikeable. As the Enrique character rightly says, he whines too much. He's also arrogant and selfish, only caring about himself. Yet, we are supposed to root for this guy? He doesn't learn or grow as a character, but just continues to whine and conveniently get his way until the end. The Enrique character was far more interesting, had more depth and personality, and was someone the audience could actually care about seeing survive (if not only because the main character is so annoying).Outside of the major criticisms, it's a basic post-apocalyptic movie. It's the same as almost any other movie of this genre you can see. It's not worth going out of your way for and there's really nothing that makes it stand out, even if the synopsis makes you believe it'll be different than the other movies that involves zombies, mutants, gangs, robots, cannibals, or whatever. This is exactly the same as all of those, only the major obstacle is... well, nothing.
MJ S (br) wrote: A different Broomfield film. The topic is very important, but I'm not sure if Broomfield was the best choice to do this type of film. Realism and a very intimate camera are his strong points, in Ghosts, a work of fiction, it tires you after the first hour.
Mattias E (ca) wrote: Second directorial effort of Stephen Chow in which he presents a slightly more toned down version of his usual screen persona, and is better off for it I think. However, Vincent Kok's screenplay being as subtle as a plane crash, Forbidden City Cop is hardly a step in a more mature direction for Chow. But who needs that anyway? Great fun and a nice rom com-vibe between Chow and lovely Carina Lau.
Jeffrey L (de) wrote: Michael Crichton's corporate thriller is brought to life in Disclosure. A film piled up with shocks and suspense to keep it exciting and edgy the whole way through, fans of similar thrillers like Body Heat, Basic Instinct and Femme Fatale will surely add this one to their list in an instant. A polished Hollywood cast raises the bar multiple levels and there is much to ponder, even if some parts sway a little too far toward absurdity and predictability.Michael Douglas once again plays a victim of female entrapment as a devout executive (in addition to husband and father of two children) who loses a promotion to a female co-worker. Yet, things are more intense than ever as this woman (played quite well by sexy Demi Moore) happens to be his former lady friend. When they decide to get together one afternoon to catch up on things, she throws herself on him and nearly forces him to commit adultery. The situation snowballs even further, however when they sue each other for sexual harassment. A case against this woman is no simple task, he soon discovers as she is more intelligent and sly than Richard Nixon!A film more spellbinding and dressed up than most, more thrills and chills make their way into the storyline than anyone should expect. Director Barry Levinson (known for directing Sleepers and Wag the Dog) captures the sexy ingredients from Crichton's novel and stays on track pretty well (though some side plots from the book were evidently skipped for a reason). Use of special effects (especially in the "virtual reality" scene) are a big highlight in addition to good performances all around. The film's theatrical poster (look above) was banned in several countries for its graphic content. Look for Ralph Tabakin as an elevator attendant who appears in almost all of Levinson's films.
Jason S (mx) wrote: thought it was boring didn't care much about it
John M (br) wrote: I find the title an interesting paradox. It also has a lot of popular Badfinger songs on it. Ringo sure is the lucky one. Watch for when they drop the money from the air.
Zoran S (es) wrote: Perhaps Lang's most misanthropic film. it's a pretty angry look at media sensationalism.-- a nice play on his great film M
Ty M (kr) wrote: Tied for first best. Has the most humor and best intro, but not best story and movie.
Adam F (kr) wrote: "Starship Troopers" is a bloody, violent, over-the-top, sometimes revolting action film that's also very funny and intelligent in its satire. When I say violent, I mean it. This is a Paul Verhoeven film! People get burned alive and melted by acid, shot in the head, decapitated, dismembered, stabbed, disembowelled and all sorts of other horrible bug related deaths. There is so much carnage and so much pureblooded jingoism that it can't be mistaken for anything but a comedy. Set sometime in the 23rd Century, mankind is at war! While colonizing new planets humanity has encountered an insectoid species known as Arachnids, or "Bugs" on the distant world of Klendathu. When the Bugs send a large asteroid to end and annihilate Buenos Aires, Johnny Rico (Casper Van Dien) swears revenge. He, his girlfriend Carmen (Denise Richards) and their best friend Carl (Neil Patrick Harris) enlist. While the other two are given high-ranking positions, Rico is sent to the front lines where he and his fellow Mobile Infantry members (including Dina Meyer as Dizzy, Jake Busey as Ace, Michael Ironside as Lt. Rasczak and Clancy Brown as Career Sgt. Zim) come face-to-face with the Bugs, little more than human shredding machines on legs."Starship Troopers" gets downright nasty in its violence and gore. To make the "eww" factor even more traumatic, the special effects are excellent and don't look dated in any way (despite the fact that this picture was made in 1997). Does that mean everyone on-screen save for the main players are just going to be meat sacks for the grinder like in a slasher movie? Not quite because you will care about the people present. The movie takes the time to give each character their own traits and personality but it does so efficiently, developing several characters at once to show them both as individuals and as a cohesive fighting force. "Starship Troopers" is constantly eliminating and introducing new soldiers to the fray so you never who's going to make it and who is going to be sent home in a body bag. You've got to be paying attention even when the monsters aren't on-screen because that's where the important dramatic beats are present. People fall in love, develop friendships, rivalries and grow as individuals as they are affected by the war they're in.What I like about Verhoeven's films is that he always goes all-out. The movie knows it's an R-rated film so it doesn't sugarcoat anything or censor itself. We get shower scenes where guess what, people naked. You get sex scenes where you see nudity and you get appropriate language too. I've already mentioned the gore but it feels justified because the film bears everything. Now let's talk about the humour and satirical aspects. "Starship Troopers" shows the folly of blindly following the call to war and pokes fun at the way the truth is twisted to entice the young to enlist. We get commercials, propaganda speeches and mini documentaries on how twisted this world is. How you need a permit to have children, you're not allowed to vote without having served in the military, how insensitive people have become to death and how violence is seen as the principal solution to all of this society's problems. You get some really funny bits that will catch you off guard because it's so in-your-face. One of my favourite sequences involves soldiers showing off their guns to a bunch of excited schoolchildren, who end up fighting over who gets to play with it first, all for the sake of the TV camera. There are some really good one-liners that are memorable (Everyone fights, no one quits. If you don't do your job I'll shoot you myself) and quotable (Come on you apes... You want to live forever?!). Those make it a blast to watch with your friends.Is "Starship Troopers" cheesy and ridiculous? Oh you bet it is. But it's intentional and that really balances out how overpowering the bloodshed would be if you weren't laughing at the madness of it all. Some of the acting is good, some of it... not so much but it moves quickly and it's a lot of fun. If you don't like violence and black humour, you'll be perplexed as to why people like the film but if this is what you're craving, the fact that it won't be for everyone is what will make you appreciate it even more. Call me a cultist, but I can't get enough of "Starship Troopers". (On Blu-ray, February 23, 20