Mayday 3DNA

Mayday 3DNA

Billed as a "concept film" MAYDAY 3DNA combines play from the group's DNA concert tour in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and China 2010 and interweaves that with three fictional stories. The fictional sequences include a vignette about a Guangzhou father and daughter; another about a Taiwan taxi driver and passenger; and a third about a Shanghai delivery boy. All are affected by the lure of a Mayday gathering and the three separate stories intersect at one particular Mayday concert in Shanghai. Established in Taiwan in the late 1990s, Mayday has remained popular for over a decade by tuning into a Taiwan youth beat and pushing rock music in Greater China. Most songs are performed in Mandarin with some Taiwanese Hokkien tracks by band.

(Mandarin with English subtitles) Interweaving three fictional stories around Mayday's DNA concert in Shanghai, Mayday 3DNA is a concept film filled with laughter and heart told in perfect harmony with the anthemic sound of Mayday. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kabilan P (jp) wrote: Not bad. One of my fav in the series. It still lacked something. I can't wait till the sequel is out.

Jason D (us) wrote: Don McKay is the dark comedy/thriller about a lonely, quiet high school janitor named Don McKay (Thomas Haden Church in a great role) who lives out his boring, sad existence until he receives a mysterious letter one day from his long lost high school girlfriend (Elisabeth Shue) who's looking to rekindle their relationship one last time before she dies from a terminal disease. Don opening accepts her love and attention but is considerably leary around her and especially the company she keeps, including a house friend caring for her (Melissa Leo in a great, raw, against-type role) and her doctor (James Rebhorn). While things are already awkward for Don, seeing as he's in his childhood town which he abandoned a long time ago after a horrible tragedy, things get worse for him when Rebhorn confronts him in a rage and accidentally dies at the hands of Don, who buries him in the backyard garden. After awhile, it becomes clear that several of the people around him aren't really who they seem in this underrated little gem. There are also small, but nice appearances from Keith David (The Thing), who plays an old friend of Don's, and M. Emmet Walsh as a cab driver in town who instantly recognizes Don. This film relies heavily on an old, old tool once used in films got plot and story structure, which serves as the film's biggest downfall in today's society of moron movie-goers who instantly deem a movie boring if there's not an explosion or titties bouncing around more 90 minutes. Don McKay is a slow burn that pays off in the end, where things get really intense and deadly. Exceptional writing and directing debut for Jake Goldberger who obviously has a bright future ahead of him. It's a fine film, but please, this is only for smart people! Avoid it all costs if you're dumb!

Bruno V (br) wrote: Liked this allthow it's hard subject like young women being kidnapped and brought into prostetution ...but it still happens all over the world anno 2016 ! Fine acting by Rachel Weisz . SOMDVD

Rafael T (br) wrote: At least the soudntrack is good...

Zack S (jp) wrote: Great cast and all but there was really no point, stupid from start to finish.

bill s (gb) wrote: Great friggin script.....looked like a high school play.....one of the goriest 10 minutes I've seen in years in the flashback of the crime.Really love period pieces but not this 'kids playing dress up ' like this flick

Scott H (mx) wrote: Seen it, bought it, love it. B-Movie cheese at it's best. Pure escapism and great for a Sunday afternoon's family viewing. If you take it for what it is, it's actually an enjoyable film that you don't have to think about.

Nicolas B (gb) wrote: A very intense look at the last days of Adolf Hitler.

Bradley R (br) wrote: An in-your-face gritty 1970s New York film that is purely authentic in its filmmaking style because it came right from that era. Fits perfectly with the Shaft films and while not on the same level as The French Connection, Serpico or Dog Day Afternoon, it certainly belongs in the same conversation with the original Taking of Pelham 123 and The Seven Ups. Great use of locations make this a very good New York film.