Impoverished teahouse worker (and martial-arts student) Abao is engaged to his boss' daughter, Little Chu, and fights to protect her from the lecherous advances of the wealthy but repulsive... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gui yao gui
Impoverished teahouse worker (and martial-arts student) Abao is engaged to his boss' daughter, Little Chu, and fights to protect her from the lecherous advances of the wealthy but repulsive...
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Peter F (gb) wrote: As a rough, sexually explicit, and slightly punk-ish modern love story, Blue is the Warmest Color might seem like an unlikely film to be awarded the prestigious Palm D'or certificate at this year's Cannes Film Festival. On the other hand though, it has all the elements of a genuinely great film ostensibly on point, from adept pacing to elegant camera work that makes use of both distance and extreme close-ups, but most importantly it's the chemistry between the two stunning lead actresses that has awarded this "teen" movie so much attention. La Seydoux and Adle Exarchopoulos are sexy and joyful in the most honest way, especially in regards to the latter. Exarchopoulos is in literally every scene of this three-hour film, and her performance makes us intrigued by her every movement, and seek out character development through the most subtle of moves. Much talk has been made about the film's explicit and lengthy sex scenes since its premiere, and it is not without reason to call them gratuitous or even pornographic, but still, they work within the film's realistic sense of young love, and may even go down as huge strides for queer cinema's acceptance into the mainstream. Few romantic films are as epic and ambitious as this one, and while at times Blue is the Warmest Color is a bit more conventional than it may act, it's just too sublime as a whole to give its flaws any major thought. A wonderful film, that will easily stand among the year's best.
Crystal D (au) wrote: sick awesome Jessica Albas one good role
Al M (fr) wrote: S&Man (pronounced "Sandman" but of course clearly meant to evoke S&M) is a fascinating documentary that blends fictional elements into its structure. The bulk of the film concerns the voyeuristic nature of horror cinema from classics like Peeping Tom and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to current underground cinema like the films of August Underground and Bill Zebub. Petty includes disgusting footage from these independent horror filmmakers that will undoubtedly shock those who are not accustomed to underground horror, but he legitimates the documentary by anchoring it in the history of the genre and featuring interviews with scholars like Carol Clover. While the documentary is a fascinating look into mindset of not just the horror fan and director but the culture that produces such seemingly despicable films, it also slowly and subtly carries out an truly interesting subversion of the documentary genre. While 90% of Petty's film is legit documentary, he also slowly begins to incorporate a fictional director who creates a series called S&Man. S&Man is a series that features women's names as titles--each episode is a POV experience of a woman being stalked, molested, and murdered. Of course, the film begins to develop the possibility that these are real snuff films--no real snuff film has ever been discovered in case you don't know. Petty doesn't quite develop the fictional components into anything truly compelling, but together with the fascinating documentary sections of S&Man they make this a must-see for fans of horror.
Anahid B (ca) wrote: This was rather different, to say the least. There were some funny moments but not as funny as you would expect a movie with the word comedy in its title to be.
Joshua G (it) wrote: It had a cool look and lots of potential but I don't think it delivered. Also the ending sucked.
Jonathan S (au) wrote: Bold & uncompromising, the visual storytelling and script are interesting. But sometime later you may realize you've spent nearly 2 hours watching 2 guys walk around 'n' stuff.
Vadim D (es) wrote: Just a mindless exercise of cramming action into an in-cohesive plot.
Gio P (mx) wrote: This film shows a different account on the Marcos' imperial phase. A terribly funny documentary, Ramona Diaz brilliantly digs these traps for the queen bee former First Lady's word vomit. It opens eyes as well as old wounds, all the while being a highly entertaining documentary thanks to the perfumed weirdo that is Imelda Marcos. The only flaw is Imelda herself - at first the most confident even inspirational empowerment figure only to look like a total mess because of her ideology.
Regan C (ca) wrote: Scorsese takes us to a place awash in very hard light, bloodspatter, and blunt gallows humor, where the Rolling Stones parrot Nic Cage's swaggerisms and eclectic chatter, and it all may have worked just as well as a rock musical starring Rick Moranis.
Muffin M (ru) wrote: I own this on DVD in a five movie pack along with:* Death Wish (1974)* Death Wish II (1981)* Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987)* Death Wish V: The Face Of Death (1993)and i also own it on Blu-Ray.
Ben S (jp) wrote: Not one of Eastwood's best
monsieur r (jp) wrote: Not one of the best road shows, still the duo Hope Crosby team mow down one liners rapid fire. Lame cinema entertainment by today's standards, the team of Hope and Crosby set us up for comedy team Martin and Lewis later on. This film is built on quick sand, but still, Hope and Crosby ARE the movie, not the plot, which is of course ridiculous in the extreme. The road shows for me were in a class to themselves, not ever intending to be serious cinema. Much like Stooge mania today, who rates the Stooges as anything but classic fun? And nostalgic fun Road to Bali is. Full of all the slapstick, pratfalls, and one liners known at the time, this Road To Bali is worth watching once, if nothing else for the stars. Its so corny it hurts, but in a sentimental way. Any of the Road series are about pretty much the same. They will open up to you a whole other lifestyle and era than the one we know today. Again, not to be taken as serious cinema, just guilty pleasure.
Ryan S (ag) wrote: Not as bad as most people say, but not remotely good either. Paul Rudd gives a solid performance however.
Gabriel C (kr) wrote: Cool Moovie, very fun
Andrew C (br) wrote: good film but nasty in part,s