Hong Kong nihilism. December 22, a street quarrel leads to the death of a gang leader's son. Next day, he seeks revenge on his brother, a rival boss. He calls on Liu, a fixer, to import a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
One Nite in Mongkok
Hong Kong nihilism. December 22, a street quarrel leads to the death of a gang leader's son. Next day, he seeks revenge on his brother, a rival boss. He calls on Liu, a fixer, to import a ...
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Andy G (gb) wrote: Enemies closer is OK action movie about park ranger that gets involved with some Canadian French Rangers that one to get these drugs that's at the bottom of the ocean. John Claude Van Damme plays a bad guy in this one and Tom Everett Scott and Orlando Jones stars in it too.C (2013)
John R (de) wrote: 161124: This film, though enjoyable, lacks pop. Probably because a similar story has already been done, and done better; and I've seen it many times. Does ET ring a bell? Is there anyone here old enough to remember that one? Outside of that small gripe, I liked this film. My boy, eleven, loves it. Earth to Echo features a new cute alien and the ever ominous, but in this case unbelievable, government types. More importantly, it contains a wonderful message about friendships and the ties that bind. Nice. Brought a little tear to my eye, even now, on this third viewing. Though the story lacks originality, who knows, perhaps in 30 years my boy will look back on it like I look back on ET?
Carroll H (mx) wrote: Great message film, this is Bruce Lee style at its best, too bad he did not live. Great stuff. Same cast and production, which is much better than the spaghetti kung fu that Hong Kong is known for.
Jams G (de) wrote: excellent. an amazing film.
Caroline H (ru) wrote: watched that liek an our ago :d was great :P
Kae C (nl) wrote: superb directing! sometimes you just don't know what is real and what is fake!
Montyy H (br) wrote: Great Movie but sick sex scene.
Ada S (mx) wrote: The "original" anatomy.
lyamba s (jp) wrote: THIS IS ONE OF MOVIES DIG THIS LOL
Mister C (au) wrote: What invented the modern melodrama? What spawned generations of soap operas from "Dallas" up to and including "Desperate Housewives?" What made enough impact on popular culture that it was included in Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start The Fire",between "Princess Grace",and "Trouble in the Suez?" Why,that would be "Peyton Place",the 1957 film that was based on the scandalous novel by Grace Metalious,that was so successful that it spawned a even more scandalous 1961 sequel "Return To Peyton Place",and later on an even less scandalous toned down version of successful television series that premiered on ABC-TV in the fall of 1964 and lasted five seasons on the network ending in the summer of 1969 after an astounding 514 episodes that launched the careers of Ryan O'Neal, Mia Farrow and Barbara Parkins. The original 1957 motion picture PEYTON PLACE got a bit of a boost when its star Lana Turner was involved in the real-life scandal of her daughter's murdering Turner's gangster lover---dealt with ideas were downright unthinkable or even unheard of during the mid-1950's when this film was released:Adultery! Incest! Picturesque small town America having dark,seamy underbellies and even darker undertones that shocked audiences who went to see it! Still the film was toned down a mite from the source material,to the point that the Catholic Legion of Decency gave this film an "A". Despite of was critics and those haters and audiences who have spilt decisions against it,PEYTON PLACE went on to become one of the highest grossing films of the year...a huge runaway hit upon its release for 20th Century-Fox,given the full "Cinemascope" treatment and color and was nominated for an impressive nine Academy Awards including Best Picture(winning none but lost to David Lean's Bridge On The River Kwai which won the Oscar for Best Picture of 1957). The name remains synonymous with its sordid small-town drama. PEYTON PLACE was the only movie based on Grace Metalious that not it spawned a sequel,but also a long-running mid-1960's television series,two movie for TV movies and not to even mention a short-lived daytime serial "Return To Peyton Place". NOTE: Only two of it stars from the original movie went on to star in both the sequel and the television series: Actors Lloyd Nolan, Hope Lange and Arthur Kennedy.
Julia L (gb) wrote: I had trouble following it for the first 10 minutes but once the confusion stopped it was a pretty decent movie.
Spencer P (ca) wrote: David Lean more than outdoes himself with this tremendous epic with astounding crowd direction, beautiful camerawork and dashing performances, even if the final act is something of a letdown after nearly four hours.
Jamie C (es) wrote: Pretty fun film, Silly in places but enjoyable and different, Kids will like it and it has a very likable cast.
Brett H (ca) wrote: War films are a dime a dozen whether they're tackling World War 1, the extremely popular World War 2, the recent battles in the Middle East, or Vietnam, and this particular film focuses on the first major battle between the Americans and the Vietnamese in brutal detail as they were outnumbered 5:1 in the infamous battle of La Drang. Written and directed by Randall Wallace (who also wrote Pearl Harbour and Braveheart), the film paints a highly realistic portrayal of the carnage of war; flipping back and forth between the soldiers fighting in 'Nam and their spouses at home receiving KIA notifications: it's very grim stuff. Mel Gibson stars at Lt. Colonel Hal Moore whose jingoistic intentions to get the job done and protect his men is admirable and is exemplified perfectly when he tells his troops, "I will be the first to set foot on the field, and I will be the last to step off, and I will leave no one behind". The rest of the cast is padded out with familiar faces such as: Greg Kinnear, Sam Elliot, Chris Klein, Keri Russell, Barry Pepper, Madeleine Stowe, etc. while also featuring some surprising appearances from later TV stars, Jon Hamm, Clark Gregg, Ryan Hurst, and Desmond Harrington. In reality, it isn't hard to get big names to appear in war films, but it is still worth noting. As mentioned, the battle scenes are violent, in-your-face, and really hard to watch as you can clearly see how overwhelmed the American soldiers were and how desperate they become when their numbers swiftly drop. There is a scene where a soldier is nearly burned to death by friendly fire and a fellow soldier attempts to carry him out and the skin on his legs literally peels off like ribs on the bone; some horrific imagery for sure. From what I've heard, the facts aren't all the way there (what war film is), but if you enjoy these types of movies and can handle the violence, it's definitely one of the better films to tackle the conflict in Vietnam since, Platoon.