Wong Zi Kit (Wong Cho Nam) is an investment guru who handles more than 800 million investment funds daily. He yearns to have more investment funds while at the same time trying to spend away his fortune. Hence, he spends his money wastefully on luxury products, good wine and women -- until the start of the economic recession. After the economic recession, Zi Kit found his fortune decreased by a little. He felt he was lucky after seeing his clients and friends going bankrupt overnight. However, his girlfriend Lily thought that he lost all his fortune and broke up with him. After the painful breakup, Zi Kit decided to chase after his dream girl by living a "normal" life and that the girl would love him for who he is and not for his wealth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Amy F (br) wrote: Watching this movie was terrifying. What they did to these poor horses through the war was mean and uncalled for. So many horses lost their lives. I am so happy that Joey got back to his owner when they were both hurt and needed one another more then ever.
Hayley E (mx) wrote: The novel by Lisa See was beautiful, deep. It really transports the reader to 19th century China.The film was choppy, vague, and confusing. Attempting to weave another, modern, story-line in with the original story took away time that could have been used for character and story development. You don't get to know the two main characters or the close nature of their relationship, which is the entire theme of the film. You don't get an idea of what life in 19th century China might have looked like. It left me disappointed and had I not read the book, I don't think I would have understood what the film was about at all.
Gerald H (kr) wrote: what a mess. what a pretentious, self-contented mess. PLUS: this movie has been translated into many other languages to be shown worldwide. the movies point is the girls willful mistaking of Y and WHY. there is no - absolutely no - connection between Y and WHY in other languages. only in english. so the point cant be understood in other languages because of the lack of any pronounciation similarities. as example: Y translated to german is YPSILON, and WHY translated to german is WARUM.
Ryan C (mx) wrote: wasnt to bad but nothing really to seperate it from the bunch
Ernest G (us) wrote: todella unohdettava, paikoin komeaa piirros jlke ja toimintaa,,,mutta mutta, miss oli anime filosofiat ja fiilistelyt!? vaadin!
John D (ru) wrote: MST3K! Michael Landon is a teenage werewolf! What more could one ask for?
Tim R (ag) wrote: It had decent action scenes!
Richard R (de) wrote: The sixteenth James Bond film, and last for Timothy Dalton as 007. It is also the fifth and final Bond directed by John Glen (For Your Eyes Only/Octopussy/A View to a Kill/The Living Daylights).On CIA agent Felix Leiter's (David Hedison , in his second stint in the role, the first being Live and Let Die) wedding day, he and Bond capture drug lord Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), who then escapes and kills Leiter's new wife Della (Priscill Barnes), and takes Felix's leg by feeding him to a shark. 007 then ignores M's (Robert Brown) warning to not go after Sanchez, and embarks on a personal vendetta that causes him to have his license to kill revoked by MI6. Having now become a rogue agent, Bond tracks Sanchez to his base of operations in South America with the help of a beautiful CIA pilot, Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell) and the one and only Q (Desmond Llewelyn).This is the first Bond film to receive a "PG-13" rating, and it is also one of the most serious 007 adventures ever. But, overall this film disappoints in every way. Dalton, once again is way too hard edged for Bond, Robert Davi is adequate in the main villain role, but nothing special. Carey Lowell is very forgettable as the main Bond girl. And Desmond Llewelyn's "Q" is the best part of the film. Other notable secondary characters are a young Benicio Del Toro and the ever charismatic Wayne Newton.Even the lackluster "Living Daylights" is better then this 007 outing. After three straight sub par Bond films in a row, the franchise had grown stale and would not return for another six years.
Craig P (de) wrote: Absolutely awful, to be avoided.