Assigned to protect a small town in Vietnam, Dao arrives to fight against the crime boss; but soon his past catches up with him, threatening to destroy the cherished village. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Once Upon a Time in Vietnam
Assigned to protect a small town in Vietnam, Dao arrives to fight against the crime boss; but soon his past catches up with him, threatening to destroy the cherished village.
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Joseph P (br) wrote: For those who do not know Mr. Wu, this film cannot introduce Mr. Wu to the audience. For those who knows Mr. Wu, this film did not present the whole picture to the audience.
Brian D (au) wrote: Good message, but kinda poorly made.
Brian Daniel L (kr) wrote: Werewolf VS furious dog what a classic, it has a bad transformation but the werewolf costume is cool ansd similar to DOG soldiers but more creepy
Lisa J (jp) wrote: Strange but interesting.
Al M (ca) wrote: I was ultimately dissappointed in Frightmare...there needed to be more murder and less discussion. It moved too slowly, although the end was pretty good.
Robert R (gb) wrote: With "Time Bandits," Terry Gilliam once again delivers the signature plateful of lavish set design next to his characteristic side of whimsy. For me, however, it remains hard to look past the non-sequitur structural twists and frantic pacing of the overall story. It's an undeniably well-realized film that just happens to miss my particular narrative tastes.
Ilsa L (ru) wrote: A scathing indictment of society's dismissal of poverty.
Valencia V (gb) wrote: This movie is extremely well acted. I dont remember ever seeing Bette Davis in this type of role. This is one of the movies that sticks with you awhile after youve seen it. How do they contain all of that passion for oe another...it really speaks to the times....
Dana R (it) wrote: #26 on AFIs Top 100 Movies - Can I start a petition to require Congress to watch this film for 23 straight hours every 2 years?
Grant H (br) wrote: Excellent movie. In Darren Aronofsky's debut picture, Pi, he creates a visual and audio mindfest that pair perfectly with the thrilling and disturbing tale of a man obsessed with numbers, one long number in particular. The paranoia and hallucinations shown to the audience from the perspective of Max, as well as the untrustworthy narration by the character, are delivered so disturbing and cleverly by Aronofsky and Gullette that the audience almost feels they're the ones hallucinating alongside Max.