Everyone's looking to win the annual Lion Dance trophy, including Huang Fei Hung (Chung Tien Shih). The kindly physician has only 20 students, but when he decides he wants something, he usually gets it. Among his students is "Ghostly Legs" ("ghostly" meaning fast) Ah Chi (Bruce Le, channeling the spirit of Bruce Lee). At one point, the opposition, led by Shen (Shih Kien, who played Han in ENTER THE DRAGON), tries to frame Huang Fei Hung by placing a decomposing corpse in his village hospital. This gives Lu Wei the chance to pretty much steal the show: he's a corrupt cop who's more than willing to look the other way when it comes to The Law- as long as he's being properly compensated. He's more than willing to charge Hung with harboring a criminal (because the dead man was a pickpocket), drug dealing (the man was also an addict) and murder (since the man is now dead). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Manhar V (ag) wrote: Just when u begin to feel that Prakash Jha has got the pulse of the youth accurately on the issue of reservations in the first half, and thereby made an offbeat thriller, he proves u wrong in the 2nd half by overstretching the plot and adding melodrama that seems to be straight out of the 70s.
Sean Y (jp) wrote: The filmmakers vision for this movie is a mystery to me. It's as if they show you (in an almost romanticizing way) everything that a morally upright person should not do, then at the end tell you "Okay, everything this movie has been about is wrong" It has a good message hidden somewhere in all of the murkiness, but it's hard to see it because of all the dirt.
Andrew H (mx) wrote: i thought that this was actually ok. a bit odd at the beginning but adds to the laughs later on. A good story well done and well acted. You gotta love that tash!! It should have got a wider release
Megane S (us) wrote: For a Hallmark movie, this was pretty good. But don't go into it expecting the next Lord of the Rings or you'll be severely disappointed. Beau Bridges does a great job, and I loved their take on Medusa, among other things. Enchanting tale about the power of faith. Credendo Vides: by believing, one sees.
Sheila B (jp) wrote: Saw it being filmed in my home town,may not have been big money movie but had a point to it. Have to understand Hollywood to know why he wrote it !!
Mike W (au) wrote: Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan kick ass in this film!
Sarah G (fr) wrote: I haven't read the book, but it is my understanding that this film romanticized the story far more than the book allowed, which is annoying. Over-romanticization is always irritating... the ending of this movie extremely so. Other than that, it was an interesting look at Irish Catholicism during modernization and the sexual revolution. Driver was great. It was so sad that Firth had to wear a mustache and play such an evil character...
Christophe C (ru) wrote: Vanilla il est trop cool: il fait de la moto sans casque pour pas ab (R)mer sa coupe de cheveux, il danse trop bien, il emballe la petite bourgeoise coinc (C)e et il arrte mme les m (C)chants kidnappeurs la fin (et il est (C)clair (C) par un certain Kaminski). Nan, franchement il aurait d avoir l'oscar lui aussi...
GringoTex J (au) wrote: "'They All Laughed' is my masterpiece," said director Peter Bogdanovich, "because I fell in love with every actress in it." Bogdanovich's vacuous assessment of his own film belies the complex and damnably intelligent structure of the best American comedy of the 1980s. Filmed largely on the unblocked streets of New York City with a hidden camera, Bogy captures a rawness and authenticity of the Big Apple that Woody Allen could only dream of. And by infusing an ensemble cast with concurrent story lines and improvisatory dialogue, Bogy combines the best of Altman and Cassavetes.
Al H (it) wrote: A movie for kids full with forgettable songs.
Gregory S (es) wrote: I know people will hate for this, but I don't care. How can anyone think this is a good movie? It is one of the shittiest comedy movies I have ever seen!
Shane C (es) wrote: It's a laugh out loud comedy