In this prequel to Mou gaan dou (2002), Chan Wing Yan has just become an undercover cop in the triads while Lau Kin Ming joins the police force. Both the triads and the police find an enemy in a rival crime boss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Infernal Affairs 2
In this prequel to Mou gaan dou (2002), Chan Wing Yan has just become an undercover cop in the triads while Lau Kin Ming joins the police force. Both the triads and the police find an enemy in a rival crime boss.
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Anna Q (de) wrote: I saw this at Comic Con. Though I was anxiously waiting for Trick or Treat, I was still entertained! And I UNDERSTAND the Green Lantern now! ..Sorta.
Peter C (jp) wrote: Amazing CG! However, it borrows too much from The Matrix and Dune to be original and interesting. Nonetheless, a reasonably good flix.
Sam D (ca) wrote: Well worth the 50p I paid for it in a certain discount book store. Great performances and a script with touching moments and many laughs. Not perfect, but solid.
Anna C (kr) wrote: Most of the time watching this movie I was thinking that it was the bad copy of Haggis' "Crash", and I think the director knew it because he tried to change the situation with a different ending... the only good thing in it is Walken performance, great as ever.
Philip C (jp) wrote: A completely fascinating and entirely compelling look at the most ubiquitous, multi-purpose, versatile and taboo word ever constructed and put to use in the English language. Lots of great celebrity moments in it too.
Alison (ag) wrote: He shoots her. Yay! LOL.
Allan C (ru) wrote: Not a terrible thriller, but pretty bland. Tim Robbins plays an evil Bill Gates who hires the hotshot founder of a small startup, Ryan Phillippe. Things get complicated for Phillippe when he discovers that evil-Bill Gates has nefarious ways of dealing with antitrust accusations and Phillippe then becomes evil-Bill Gates next target. Rachael Leigh Cook plays a fellow programer, Claire Forlani is Phillippe's girlfriend (who I don't think Ive seen in much lately) and Richard Roundtree plays a concerned detective (though not John Shaft). I did like the allergy poisoning scene which seemed kind of clever, but this thriller is pretty run of the mill.
Craig B (mx) wrote: Excellent.I'm being hopeful and probably a bit naive: I wish films like La promesse/Dardennes stuff for once raked in the huge cash/queues at the box office instead of (or at least as well as... but Bonham-Carter & her royal fluffcakes have had their go, move along now) The King's Speech or Avatar, say. Alas: never gonna happen. (Then after seeing La promesse make it a double-bill with another worthwhile film like Anchorman or something, for laughs.)Instead of f-f-fakely f-f-fond f-f-films about Euro prestigious heritage, there would be more pressing contemporary issues plainly and eloquently addressed for large audiences to mull over. Potent and artful yet accessible and universal films like La promesse might help alter some folks' antique attitudes to such things as immigration in Europe. See also: Ken Loach, Pavel Pawlikowski, Daniele Luchetti etc for more contemporary reasons for European movie pride. This has been a Party Political Facebook Rantfest from the NoReasonOtherThanJustBecauseButGoandWatchBetterFuckingMovies Party!
Darth T (ag) wrote: What in the world is this. Bad acting, reused "technology out of control" plot and cheesy "special effects." Not a high production value but mildly entertaining none the less.
Jeff (ru) wrote: One of my favorites.Does not get the attention it deserves.
Kingsley M (gb) wrote: well written & acted and worth a look!
Pearce D (it) wrote: Surprisingly decent movie.
Mat K (us) wrote: Even the Ray Harryhausen F/X couldn't save this low budget Sci-fi from its truly mediocre fate. The acting and directing are nothing special, the characters are not overly interesting and the best thing about the climactic battle is the knowledge that Harryhausen caused those buildings to come crashing down piece by piece in stop motion. The villains however are cool in their own way. True their suits make them look like gingerbread men but their intentions of first taking over the world through negotiated diplomacy and their explanation of faster then light travel makes them a cut above your standard 1950s B movie aliens.
Stella D (ru) wrote: i cry every single time! i guess that makes it a weeper
Scott P (jp) wrote: Acting: spectacular. Voight is unrecognizable, Smith is incredible. Story: as someone who didn't grow up during that era, doesn't know most fo the events taking place, and only has rudimentary knowledge of some of the major players... I was completely lost half the time. Who was Jamie Foxx? How much time passed in-between events? What are half of the things going on? It felt less like a movie and more like a Sparknotes. I must say I really did enjoy the opening ten minutes where we just have this silent Cassius Clay doing his thing and not opening his mouth until he's in the room being the Smacktalker Skywalker.
Bhavesh M (au) wrote: first two were better
Robert H (ag) wrote: I feel like I came to this a little late. I was never crazy about zombie movies, and now not so much about Jesse Eisenberg although his performances in THE SOCIAL NETWORK and THE DOUBLE were incredible. Sadly, although peppered with enough humor to keep me interested, the thin story left a lot to be desired. The basic plot is "zombie apocalypse...yada yada...a group of people has to survive." Whatever. What else would you in that situation? What I didn't like was how aimless the narrative was. There were a number of laugh-out-loud moments, most courtesy of Woody Harrelson, but they felt strung together in an episodic fashion. The only time where the narrative felt cohesive and "about something" was the climactic battle in an amusement park. And even then, it just felt like a concentrated version of the crazy stuff we'd been getting in more measured doses up until that point. The film is also surprisingly short on zombie action until that sequence. The only detour that felt "worth it" was a visit to a certain celebrity's house (even now, I won't spoil it for those who may not have seen the film yet). Even though the sequence was just an excuse for an extended cameo, it was funny enough that I didn't care. When it comes down to it, even though ZOMBIELAND is fairly short at 85 minutes, there was still the palpable feeling of being padded and occasionally directionless, despite the gonzo, post-modern approach to the genre.