The Hong Kong super police has to prevent a group of blackmailing bombers at the same time that the villains of the first Police Story are out for revenge. What await ahead ? Let's enjoy this film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Police Story 2
The Hong Kong super-cop must stop a group of blackmailing bombers at the same time that the villains of the first Police Story are out for revenge.
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(ag) wrote: Fine, but probably "packed more of a punch" in 1977 France than today. Fairly predictable.
Chalinee B (br) wrote: "Three Monkeys" did a good job in depicting a family's hardships and the results of them choosing to deny the problems by behaving like the three monkeys; not hearing, not seeing, not speaking.The tone of the film is very much like other Turkish films I have seen, however, I still prefer Fatih Akin's the most.
Al M (kr) wrote: Words can't describe the sheer laziness and stupidity of this film....
MarkyMark L (ru) wrote: Highly recommended!! :-)
Ahmed M (au) wrote: Golmaal is filled with comedy, with the presence of actors such as Ajay Devgan, Tusshar Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Sharman Joshi and one of the best comedians of Bollywood, Paresh Rawal, makes Golmaal a comedy gold.
Ian E (ca) wrote: "Pleasantville" has a visual style that is impressively artistic, which is a good compliment for a story that has a biting social commentary and satire that provokes thoughts in its audience afterwards.
Mark N (ru) wrote: Hugely underrated movie that is certainly over long but has one of the better final acts I've seen in a long time that rivals chase movies with vastly larger budgets.Quaid and Glover excel in stoic roles that go on a journey that keeps you guessing through some rather impressively shot action and scenery.
Grant S (nl) wrote: Good idea but uneven execution.The concept: three of the greatest movie directors the world has known, Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola, are each given a 35-40 minute segment to make a mini-movie set in New York. The three segments are not connected in any way. The result is New York Stories. The movie starts with Scorsese's segment, titled "Life Lessons". A famous artist, Lionel Dobie (played by Nick Nolte), is in love with the artist he is mentoring, Paulette (played by Rosanna Arquette). However, the feeling is not mutual...Coppola's segment, "Life without Zoe", involves a young girl, Zoe (played by Heather McComb) and her privileged-yet-parentless life.Woody Allen's segment, "Oedipus Wrecks", completes the movie. A NY lawyer, Sheldon Mills (played by Woody Allen), is constantly being embarrassed by his aging mother. Then one evening he takes her to a magic show and things take a turn for the bizarre...The Scorsese contribution was interesting, with a nice twist at the end. Did seem to in circles occasionally, and didn't move forward at any great pace, but the interactions between the characters was engaging.Coppola's segment was easily the worst of the three. Silly and pointless. It feels like it was made for kids, which, if it was, is starkly out of place with the clearly adult-orientated Scorsese and Allen portions. And even kids will probably find it silly and boring...Woody Allen's piece was the pick of the bunch. It displays Allen's sublimely clever, dry wit plus adds a large dollop of the ridiculous. Very funny at times with a twist that is quite bizarre. Nice-bizarre, though it does border on the silly.7/10s for the Allen and Scorsese portions, 3/10 for Coppola.
Ashley H (au) wrote: I Walk the Line was an amazing film. It is about Henry Tawes who is the sheriff in a small town in Tennessee. Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. John Frankenheimer did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. I Walked the Line is a must see.
Michael T (de) wrote: Rather silly 1960's sex farce was the basis for the (much better) DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS.
Robert F (br) wrote: Miller's Crossing is total crap that inexplicably is fawned over by pretentious dimwits.A blatant ripoff of Hammett's "The Glass Key" with ham acting and, of course, the execrable Coen's at the helm.Stick with Alan Ladd's version of :The Glass Key",
Alexander H (ag) wrote: SPECTACULAR MOVIE!!AWESOME PERFORMANCE BY MICHAEL EALY!
Kevin M W (ca) wrote: Those unfamiliar with the popular British sitcom (like me) can view the film version of the antics of the students of the fictional Abbey Grove School as insight into the desires of current British mindset. Its all very politically correct with 1 Asian female (she's smart!), 1 black female (she's tart!), 1 tart (well!), 1 gay guy (he's outrageous!) 1 guy in a wheelchair (he's plucky!), 1 mama's boy (don't judge him!), and 1 hooligan (an asshole but with a heart of gold!), but there's no worries as they all agree to go out and have a good time together ... if only they can keep their foul-up teacher in line, which translates mainly into keeping his pants up. It's more cute than funny but at least it wasn't as offensive as I described it. Not bad. And a trip to Cornwall as well.
Johnny L (it) wrote: 1/21/15 Logan theater: Brilliant. The cutaways were very good.