Lan Kwai Fong 2
Promiscuous things going on every night at LKF. Tonight, a photographer hits it off with a girl that just broke up with her rich ex-boyfriend; an office boy in advertising mistakes his cell phone for a pretty married woman’s; a broker gets to know a prostitute a lot more than he should; a patrol officer comes across a female DJ working at a night club, they’re like familiar strangers to each other.
- Category:Drama, Romance, Comedy
- Stars:Sita Chan, Chi-Hong Chow, Lik-Sun Fong, Goo-Bi GC, Dominic Ho, Kong Kam, Leo Ku, Christine Kuo, Chor-yiu Kwan, Shiga Lin, Izumi Liu, William So Wing Hong, Sammy Sum,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Wilson Chin, Wilson Chin,
- Writer:Fung Lam (screenplay), Mark Wu (screenplay)
Multiple stories of romance and promiscuity intertwine once more at Lan Kwai Fong: Hong Kong’s premium nightlife district. Tonight, a photographer hits it off with a girl that just broke up with her rich ex-boyfriend; an office boy in advertising mistakes his cell phone for a pretty married woman's; a broker gets to know a prostitute a lot more than he should; a patrol officer comes across a female DJ working at a night club... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lan Kwai Fong 2 torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Joe Dante at his height!
(nl) wrote: What a crazy movie.... I like its photography.
(gb) wrote: Almost underrated and underappreciated nowadays compared to other horror movies. This often hilarious movie, about, yes, a killer doll named Chucky, is equal parts scary and equal parts original.
(es) wrote: Nice twist on the urban legend.
(ag) wrote: Obviously inspired by Walt Disney x Pixar's < The Incredibles > as backdrop. But it's Chinese market-orientation, plus re-recycle use of golden punches seen in classic comedies in HK Cinema's golden age, truly repels, & makes the film so sour.
(mx) wrote: Just reading the description of the plot of this movie should send out some serious red flags as, on paper, it sounds like a terribly pretentious indie film with an oppressive amount of quirk. And while it crosses that line on occasion, it never falls over that cliff, thanks largely to good performances and some good insights. This is nothing like real life, but it works on a film level and keeps potential obnoxiousness at a minimum.
(ru) wrote: There's truthfully not much to dislike here. It's pretty solid. Maybe the franchise standout.
(kr) wrote: Nothing in this film to suggest it should be brilliant and it's not but it's entertaining enough. I'm lucky enough never to have had anyone I know become dependant on hard drugs so I can't claim to know if its authentic or not in terms of its treatment of the subject. However it's pretty hard hitting (without being over-dramatic and unwatchable) about it and the one death/one life saved balance seems fair. Hard to look beyong Eden as the lead character young Paul in terms of best performance, although he's done little else except 'Dodger' in Polanski's Oliver Twist. Knightley, Parker and Wenham act well whilst it was fantastic to see Geraldine McEwan playing the gran role. The film was set in London without being too overtly cockney (except the slightly pointless references to West Ham United) which was refreshing. Nice to have some scenes in a good old cafe too! Music score was a bit one dimensional but the main theme, repeated throughout, was pleasent enough. More than anything though I actually cared about what was going to happen in the end. I can't say it moved me in any way but I felt I could relate to Eden and Knightley's characters in some strange way. It won't amaze you but it's worth a watch!
(ag) wrote: I have friends who think this is hilarious. I have news for them, there's a difference between "stupid funny" and just plain stupid. One of the few movies I've turned off early. One of the others was Grown-ups 2. Both starred David Spade.... hmmmm....
(nl) wrote: it was an ok film, but I don't think I'll watch it again, it starred Ben Stiller, Edward Norton and Jenna Elfman and it also starred Eli Wallach (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly), its a ok film but I don't want it on DVD
(es) wrote: I had seen this film when it came out and didn't recall. This film stands out the test of time very well. Over the top effects, unlikely story, a great thriller that grips enough to the end. Great villain. S.L. Jackson is sympa in this.
(mx) wrote: I realy whant this movie
(au) wrote: Fritz Langs second to last Hollywood film..there's not much of the old Lang visual style left by the late 50's that was so wonderfully displayed in his German films of the 20's and early 30's...but it's still an enjoybale film mainly because of the fantastic cast. Thomas Mitchell, George Sanders, Dana Andrews, Ida Lupino and the always great Vincent Price.
(jp) wrote: The underwater cinematography was visually astounding.