Jimmy Tong (Leslie Cheung) is an expert blackmailer and thief who specialises in white-collar crimes. With his side-kick (Vincent Kok), Jimmy steals a personal diary belonging to a Yakuza leader Ken Sato (Masaya Kato) intending to use its details as a platform for blackmailing and to extort money. Sato agreed to the uneasy deal and made preparations to pay Jimmy his exorbitant demands only for Sato's girlfriend Jenny (Faye Wong) to betray him and make off with the money to Okinawa.
One day, Jenny discovers that she doesn't love her boyfriend - a Japanese triad leader - any longer; therefore, she walks away with a bag of money to secure her life. In reality, that bag ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Is Contour a good movie? No. Is it entertaining? I'd say so. Filmed with barely any budget, and written directed and starring Eric Jacobus and The Stunt People, its about an anti social tour guide who moonlights as a tough fighting thug who likes to crash drug deals and steal either the drugs or money. He owes money to a pho soup fighting conman (maybe?) or something and teams up with an annoying voiced Prince with a blood sugar disorder that makes him violent, as well as the Prince's tough bodyguard and a mysterious woman in order to find a video tape before a scandal of an unheard of country is destabilized. The plot and acting is threadbare, but are the production values. It was filmed with whatever camera they could get, and I heard Jacobus edited the footage and slept on the floors of film sets because that is how little money they had. The final product is decent, and the fight scenes are just good enough despite the bad camera work. Contour shows that with just effort and heart you can still make a passable action comedy, and its at least as entertaining or even more than DTV action movies nowadays. Their next film Death Grip definitely shows that with a budget they can make good stuff, but this is what came before.
(es) wrote: I think that people are being too harsh on this film because it stars Adam Sandler and Friends. Personally, I really like this film. Even if the story is predictable, it's still engaging with some heartfelt moments and great humor. The animation is great on the monsters, the backgrounds, and the effects when it comes to being a 3-D cartoon. However, SPA seriously needs to work on their human animations and designs. Anyways, the characters are likable and memorable with some fantastic voice acting even if they are predictable as well. If you guys get the chance, don't see this film as a crappy Sandler film. See it as a fun animated comedy that the family can enjoy.
(ag) wrote: Esta la considero una Secuela perfecta (porque s, est ms que claro que es una secuela) a la primera GITS. Logra expandir an ms el mundo Cyberpunk planteado en la primera pelcula, y muestra un enfoque diferente, y tiene la cual consideto LA MEJOR ANIMACIN NUNCA ANTES VISTA. (Al menos en lo que a pelculas en 2D respecta, y no totalmente realizadas en CGI) es BELLSIMA, y no encuentro todava una obra que pueda superarla, pero eso no significa que an no tenga sustancia, un misterio muy interesante, y sus personajes bien definidos. Se hacen extraar varios elementos de la primera GITS, en especial que la primera pelcula era mucho ms sutil con sus temas, pero mientras que la anterior obra era ms filosfica, esta tiene un mayor enfoque en ser un Thriller Policial, y la verdad, est a la altura esperada.
(ru) wrote: i enjoyed it when i was young, and i still laugh when i catch it on cable.
(fr) wrote: Not a very known film, but it surely is a masterpiece in Spanish cinema. Deals themes such as social classes conflicts and poverty in rural areas. Performances are great, specially Francisco Rabal. A social drama that also criticizes relationships among aristocrats and workers that might sometimes be confused with some kind of slavery.
(jp) wrote: at first i was like this is a cheesy ass movie!! i guess watching in 2014 cld b the reason but i no spring chicken and i like Travolta but this movie was i thought was soo dam cheesy BUT i actually fell n love with in at then end! the ending got me it like wrapped up the whole movie for me and made me like it a lot.
(de) wrote: Two stars from 40's and 50's have one last hurrah in this 1962 western. A decent movie.
(kr) wrote: Initially, I was going to watch White Tiger by Browning, but my copy is screwed up. So, looking through my Browning films for a suitable replacement, I forgot I had a dvd of this and that I hadnt watched it yet. I am glad I did: This is a beautiful looking film, extremely well shot. It is definitely more entertaining than Dracula. At only 60mins, it moves along quickly and does not have too many pointless scenes. My only complaint is that the "twist ending" is fairly silly and undercuts the moody atmosphere of the film.
(jp) wrote: interesting movie as we watch the lead character become increasingly delusional and out of touch, we're forced to ask was he pushed or did he jump? We're all influenced by outside factors, but at what point does that become excuse-making? What happens when we fail to hold ourselves accountable to ourselves?