I Corrupt All Cops
In the early 1970s, the Governor of Hong Kong decided to clean up the police force. The ICAC was established, whose operation branch was headed by Yim (Bowie Lam). Bong and Unicorn also joined the ICAC. Despite threats of violence and intimidation, they managed to bring about the downfall of the empire of graft.s.
- Stars:Pandora Tabatabai Asbaghi, Jean-Louis Bourgeois, Louise Bourgeois, Guerilla Girls, Jerry Gorovoy, Charlotta Kotik, Frances Morris, Eason Chan, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Anthony Wong Chau-Sang, Lik-Sun Fong, Yang Liu, Natalie Meng Yao, Kate Tsui, Bowie Lam, Jing Wong, Kim-Fai Che, Wah Cheung, Leon Hill, Sammuel Leung, Chi Ming Liu, Siu-Ming Lui,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Jing Wong,
- Writer:Jing Wong (screenplay)
In the early 1970s, the Governor of Hong Kong decided to clean up the police force. The ICAC was established, whose operation branch was headed by Yim (Bowie Lam). Bong and Unicorn also joined the ICAC. Despite threats of violence and intimidation, they managed to bring about the downfall of the empire of graft.s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Ladies if you have a close relationship with your father, get a box of Kleenex bc you're going to need it. This reminded me alot of my own relationship with my own Daddy and it's probably why I loved it so much. No matter how old we get we will still be his little girl. In this movie Amy and Clint have a close relationship in their past and both have a passion for baseball. She can't believe the audacity of her father! He just dumps her off on her uncle and abandons her when she needs him the most. Says he wants her to have a better life and get more opportunities than he can give her. So goes to college and becomes a successful lawyer. Makes partner at her firm. Her father will be so proud of her. Clint over the years has become one of the best scouts in the business. He feels himself getting older. Sure his memory isn't as good as it once was. His eyes are starting to fail him. He doesn't hear as well as he use to. That doesn't mean he can't spot a 100mph fast ball better than any of those computers and gadgets the young guys snapping on his heels to take his place can do. He remembers taking his daughter with him when he would go to away games looking for new talent. She was just a little thing but his wife had just passed and he was all she had. Why did she leave him of all people to raise a child? He didn't know how to be a father. He was gone most of the time scouting for work. He would make the best of it. Now his little girl was all grown up and a successful lawyer. He only had a small part in raising her but was grateful she turned out better than he could've done. So many memories..... then fate steps in one more time
(kr) wrote: A really good modern noir with more than a few nods and winks at the classic genre of the 40s and 50s. A really superb performance by Ludivine Sagnier really draws you into the complex set up. It's a slow starter for sure but you seem almost grateful for it at as the film closes.
(br) wrote: Weir offers a solid, resonant meditation on survival, on hope, on the value of life in the face of implacable hostility, portrayed memorably by an excellent cast and Weir??s vast, brutal, awe-inspiring landscapes.
(gb) wrote: I remember the rave reviews this got when it came out. Rewatching it, I'd have to say "meh." It was pegged as the teenage version of Fatal Attraction. Erika Christensen is incredibly annoying and you constantly wish someone would just murder her. Her ending was most unsatisfying after being forced to watch her for an hour and a half. There's also some moments that don't really work once you see them again. Why do the police handcuff Madison's hands in front of her? Why is there a cop sitting in the backseat with her? In all my years I've never seen this done before. Finally, why does the cop who is sitting in the back with her have his gun holster unbuckled/unsecured? Stuff that sort of dawned on me back in my younger years but hit me like a ton of bricks now. I think my opinion of the movie sank much lower after that scene.
(es) wrote: A beautiful sequel, they are doing everything right.
(ag) wrote: Good remake, desecent acting. Plot very pretable and over all bland movie.
(br) wrote: Missile to the Moon is one of those really awful sci-fi movies from the the late 1950's that did absolutely nothing for the genre or filmmaking in general, but felt more like a clone of other movies like it. There was a lot of that at the time, and movie studios were, and still are, always eager to capitalize on an idea and milk it to death. I wouldn't say this movie is the apex of that, but it's certainly among the top contenders. We're lead from one boring scene to the next using little more than dialogue to get us there, and oh boy what bad dialogue it is. Even the special effects are terrible, including the giant fake spider that looks like it was put together by a few eight year olds for a school play. In other words, there's not much to say about the movie that's positive. The crew at Rifftrax do their best to try and make it entertaining, but it's not easy.
(es) wrote: After giving this a second viewing I may like it even more this time! Sure, there isn't any tortured artists in this film, but as far as action movies go, this one hits all the marks! Liam Neeson is perfect!