Love On Delivery

Love On Delivery

Ho Kam-An is a love struck dim-sum delivery boy who falls for a beautiful judo student. After being humiliated by her boyfriend, Ho Kam-An goes out and seeks the services of an aging kung-fu master who teaches him a half ass style of kung fu "Karate Kid" style. After actually learning how to fight using this style (much to the master's surprise) he dresses up like Garfield and beats up the boyfriend of the beautiful judo student. But he's challenged to a fight by the master's former foe. Is Ho Kam-An up to the challenge?

Ho Kam An (Stephen Chow), a weak, disadvantaged but kind delivery boy, suddenly falls in love with the beautiful Judo student Lily (Christi Chung). After being humiliated by Black Bear, who admires Lily too and being rejected by Lily since she dislikes weak and pathetic man, Kam An goes to a kungfu master to learn kungfu, then returns back and defeats Black Bear in all others' surprise. But he gets a much bigger challenge ahead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Camille S (au) wrote: 2006 Seattle International Film Festival

Alexander C (ag) wrote: ''It would have been different if she had been white though...''Stewart Kane, an Irishman living in the Australian town of Jindabyne, is on a fishing trip in isolated hill country with three other men when they discover the body of a murdered girl in the river. Rather than return to the town immediately, they continue fishing and report their gruesome find days later.Gabriel Byrne: Stewart KaneJindabyne revolves around four men who embark on a weekend fishing-trip, more of an annual ritual where they separate themselves from their wives and lives, hiking deep into the mountains. Shortly after arriving Stewart (Byrne) finds the body of an Aboriginal girl, stripped naked and floating in the river. The four make a telling decision: rather than hike back to report their find they keep fishing; the girl's body is left in the river where the cold water will slow decomposition; they tether it to a tree to prevent it floating downstream and into rapids. That the four think little about the moral implications of their conscious choice is reflected in subsequent scenes where they fish happily, not discussing their find or speculating about what happened to the girl. On returning, the callousness of their delay in reporting their find divides their families and their communities. Most of the focus is on Stewart's relationship with his wife Claire as the incident opens up existing fractures in their relationship. In fact the whole affair makes you wonder if any of the characters involved was ever truly happy; they certainly wonder it themselves.The nature of the story is intensely psychological, which necessitates both good writing and acting to carry off the whole affair. Pleasingly, Jindabyne has plenty of both. Beatrix Christian had Carver's story to draw upon but it would have been incredibly difficult to give this an Australian context, with all its understatement and scorn for overt displays of emotion (perhaps why they imported Linney in to the mix). The addition of her and Byrne, two skilled international character actors, certainly added quality and a depth of sorts, they were supported by an ensemble cast that mixed Australian veterans (John Howard, 'Bud' Tingwell, Chris Haywood) with lesser-known yet talented actors with an appreciation of the material they had been gifted. Ray Lawrence, the director, clearly did not set out to create a crime story but he certainly shows that crime can have some unexpected collateral damage. He also has contributed to the "Cinema of Unease", a phrase Sam Neill once used to describe New Zealand cinema, by setting a story or tale about personal and public guilt in such a glorious visual setting or breath taking landscape.

Marianne W (ag) wrote: i loved this movie a bit old now but still one of my favourites george did a great job in this one a very challanging role to play both god and devil.

Jeff B (br) wrote: Sean Connery's fifth 007 adventure becomes shaky - though not stirred - thanks to some unwieldy impossible plot points, but the awe-striking stunts and eye-catching Asian backdrop frame an overall spectacular adventure. Really, this exciting chapter only stumbles when it trips over the tongue in its cheek. Between the volcano lair, mustache twirling villainy (minus an actual mustache), and too many go-go gadgets, it's hard to see where You Only Live Twice ends and the deserved spoofs begin. The Austin Powers series smartly apes much of the film's spectacle, but - then again - that's an amazing compliment to the film's iconography. Still, silliness of the now-classic genre tropes and over-reliance on top gear aside, You Only Live Twice is a briskly paced spy game.In this classic spy caper, Agent 007 (Connery) and the Japanese secret service ninja force must find and stop the true culprit of a series of spacejackings before nuclear war is provoked. Even though he would relinquish the part in the follow-up, Connery never once phones in his performance of Bond. He throws himself into the derring-do even when the script throws too many props at him. With this chapter, the series' increasing cheekiness and deviation into formula comes near - but doesn't completely overtake - the suspense and intrigue. The action, however, rarely disappoints and Donald Pleasence gives a deliciously arch performance as Bond nemesis Dr. Evil, er, Ersnt Blofeld. Harold and the Purple Crayon and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl provides the script, but this overblown adventure shows all the earmarks of show-boating producers "Cubby" Broccoli and Harry Saltzman pulling out all of the stops.Bottom line: Or So It Seems

Alexandre R (fr) wrote: Je commence me dire que Jules Dassin n'est peut-tre pas ma tasse de th. "The Naked City" est suppos tre fabuleux: je l'ai trouv banal. J'ai toutefois ador "Night and the City", alors j'ai donn une chance "Thieves' Highway" qui se retrouve dans la plupart des listes de films noirs incontournables. Rsultat: bof. Pas une immense dception, mais rien de bien emballant non plus. a passe bien 90 minutes, sans plus.Le problme majeur c'est que a ne dcolle pas. L'ambiance est bien installe, on sent bien tout le dsespoir d'une Amrique sombre et perdue dans un commerce de truands, mais on attend tout le long que le protagoniste exerce la vengeance dont il parle tout le long du film. Et quand elle survient, c'est pour tre btement interrompue et amoindrie par une finale impose par le studio, un happy ending moralisateur et prvisible. C'est vraiment dommage, parce que le ton est donn ds les premires minutes du film et que je me disais "Wow, a va tre bon a." Mais finalement, sans tre mauvais, ce n'est pas non plus rellement intressant. Avec tous les films noirs disponibles sur le march, je pense qu'on peut placer celui-ci sinon en fin de liste, du moins au milieu, parce qu'il y a une infinit de films autrement plus majeurs.

Nico M (au) wrote: One has to keep in mind that this film was made during the second world war. It is therefore, not the same quality, in terms of animation as its predecessors. Yet watching this classic is far from a waste of time. It is a thoroughly enjoyable collection of cartoons which are entertaining for the whole family.

Paul A (fr) wrote: I know Jean Harlow was the "sex symbol" of the time, but I'd choose Myrna Loy first any day!

Ashley N (gb) wrote: this movie made me want 2 go 2 church the next creeped me out beyond belief

Drew R (br) wrote: A butchering o Suess' original book. A sad attempt to capitalize on brand recognition, this soulless cash grab is so shallow the kids it panders to could see through this.

Petros T (us) wrote: "Tremors" is a classic horror film. The build-up is excellent and is followed by a no-holds-bar fight for survival that will have you at the edge of your seat right until the end. It's very suspenseful but also pretty funny, and it's got Kevin Bacon in it - what else do you need?

Bertrand A (us) wrote: Okay it's a clich of the action movie with 'has been' actors, with old jokes, testosterone and impossible situations (we have to admitt that the 2 dudes have this particular ability to create problems even bigger than those they had at first), but the rythm is good, the jokes work on me, and this movie must be watch like a unintentional parody, and in this case, it's a masterpiece. Okay, it's a great childhood memory, I'm certainly not impartial. But I definitely love it.

Jacob F (fr) wrote: If people thought this movie didn't match up to the short stories then I must take a look at David Foster Wallace's work.