My So-called Love
Raised in a broken family, Cat runs away from home as a teenager to escape her stepfather. In high school, she begins living with boyfriend Liam, but puppy love eventually ends in betrayal. While Liam is in the army, Cat, feeling lonely and poor, meets an older man through the Internet; Xiao Gu is looking for sex, Cat is looking for money. From lust comes love, until Cat discovers Xiao Gu is actually married. After ten years of ups and downs, Cat begins anew at age 28 when she meets the rich and kind-hearted Sunshine, but is he really her heart's final home?
Raised in a broken family, Cat (Barbie Hsu) runs away from home as a teenager to escape her stepfather. In high school, she begins living with boyfriend Liam(Eddie Peng), but puppy love eventually ends in betrayal. While Liam is in the army, Cat, feeling lonely and poor, meets an older man through the Internet; Xiao Gu (Joseph Chang) is looking for sex, Cat is looking for money. From lust comes love, until Cat discovers Xiao Gu is actually married. After ten years of ups and downs, Cat begins anew at age 28 when she meets the rich and kind-hearted Sunshine (Easton Tung), but is he really her heart's final home? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: i loved this as a kid. haven't seen it in a while.
(de) wrote: Well, it passed an evening....
(de) wrote: Such a good twisted thriller.
(mx) wrote: It is impossible to talk about Ordinary People without mentioning Raging Bull. Robert Redford's directorial debut infamously beat Martin Scorsese's boxing epic at the 1980 Oscars, forever cementing it's place on lists of most "undeserving" Oscar winners. But to this is very unfair. Ordinary People is a gripping drama about a family dealing with the death of it's eldest son. The primary focus is on younger son Conrad (played by Timothy Hutton, who also won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor that year), and also stars Donald Sutherland as the father. But the real standout here is Mary Tyler Moore as the mother. Moore was primarily known for her comedic roles, but here she proves that she can not only handle drama, but excels. Is it as good as Raging Bull? No, but very few films are as good as Raging Bull. Does Ordinary People deserve it's reputation as an undeserving Best Picture? Definitely not
(br) wrote: This was very good movie. Steven Spielberg did a great job telling this story.I was surprised by the movie. I was surprised to find that the two were not arrested sooner. It is surprising how much support the criminals got in Texas. I was surprised by the ending. With the exception of one of them getting shot the other got off pretty well. The amount of police cars chasing them is crazy. I was also surprised how the police were so lenient to the criminal's demands in giving them what they wanted.It was impressive the amount of police cars chasing the criminals car. It seemed a little over kill to have soo many follow just one car for something that might only need like 6 police cars at most. It was also surprising how long the police were pursuing the Lou Jean Poplin and husband Clovis.Some of the wide landscape scenes look interesting There are some funny moments like the crowds cheering on the convicts to get their kids. It also gets to be unbelievable with all the police cars following them.I liked the green and red lights used inside the police cars at night while they are talking in the radios. Especially in the scene between the two Louisiana police officers. I never realized that the Louisiana Police Troopers got into a car accident during the first time I saw this film. I also did not recognized in the first showing but caught during the second viewing was all these pedestrians who were armed trying to stop these convicts. And All the police disarming the people who were attempting to shoot the convicts when they drove through the town. On my second viewing I recognized and appreciated these long one shots inside the car where the camera was moving around while the car was driving but with ver few cuts inbetween when the criminals are making their first demands to the police. Also I appreciated the scene where the Warner Brothers Wilde Cyody cartoon and the window reflection of the carton as we see the Cyody reach his fait and the irony of the convict Clovis who had just earlier been asking of his wife Lou Jean what if we are not able to get their son. Then what? Then the Warner Brothers cartoon depicts his eventual fait. I do think that the font for the credits for this film is very small and hard to read especially on the T.V. Screen. I am surprised by John Williams score for this film since it has very little as far as score music. His score really only plays about 6 times I would say. I think that if there is any music it comes from the radio, places they go in the background and so fourth. I also was surprised to see Boy Scouts in this film in the first large crowd scene and even at the end they start guiding traffic out of the area. It was interesting to see gas sold for .33 cents per fallen in this film.One thing I think is unique about this film is how this film shifts between different tones but does not transition through the technic of music. This film goes from a criminal film, chase/ suspense film, action, romance, a comedy, police drama, and tragedy all in one without distinct music queues used to distinguish the transitions to the audience. Therefore this film can be difficult to try to define. I like the scenes where we are in normal talking situations and we learn a little back story about the three characters in the car. It becomes obvious towards the end of the film that the relationship Statius of the police officer to the convict changes from doing his job, wanting to stay alive to towards the end of the film he still has that but he no longer has fear that the prisoners will kill him because he has created trust and a bonding relationship, he also cares about the fait of the convicts. I like that the relationships go somewhere in this film. I also like that this film shows how unusual these circumstances were and how the media almost interpreted them as heroes.
(es) wrote: Not quite as good as Seven Beauties, but still excellent.
(mx) wrote: In the US this was released a few months after Belle also starring up-and-coming young actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Her indie cred seemed strong, so my wife and I caught this in mid-2015 on Netflix. Gina Prince-Bythewood writes and directs for a talented ensemble. The story is a pretty standard one about the pressures of fame and I was disappointed that it falls into an extremely traditional romance plot.
(jp) wrote: Kristen Stewart cherche videmment s'loigner de son rle de Bella Swan (et avec raison) et prouve avec Camp X-Ray qu'elle peut tre une excellente actrice.
(us) wrote: Great movie!!! Very engaging and intense. Kurt Russell was awesome in this movie. How did this movie get an R-rating? It wasn't too violent or gory, no F-words, no nudity/sex scenes. A rare MPAA rating error.
(gb) wrote: Very flawed, but not nearly as horrible as its reputation, this once-in-a-lifetime pairing of two major stars at the time it was made (1984) has relatively few sparks to suggest why they even bothered. The music is nice and there are a few moments that actually work (I liked a scene that took place in a movie theater, and few sight gags inspire chuckles like when a fire hydrant puts out a fire). What we're left with is good actors in pretty costumes searching for a better script and a director who can do this type of movie right. Madeleine Kahn and Jane Alexander are, sadly, given little to do.
(it) wrote: good gripping war pic