Princess D

Princess D

review by LoveHkFilm.com: Joker (Daniel Wu) is a computer programmer working on a 3-D adventure game starring a virtual idol. Stuck for inspiration, he ends up finding it in Ling (Angelica Lee Sum-Kit AKA: Sinjie), a bartender at a dance club. While in a drug-induced stupor, Joker imagines Ling to be the perfect image of his virtual girl. He's immediately smitten, but more important, he now has a model for his virtual heroine: Princess D.

review by LoveHkFilm.com: Joker (Daniel Wu) is a computer programmer working on a 3-D adventure game starring a virtual idol. Stuck for inspiration, he ends up finding it in Ling (Angelica Lee Sum-Kit AKA: Sinjie), a bartender at a dance club. While in a drug-induced stupor, Joker imagines Ling to be the perfect image of his virtual girl. He's immediately smitten, but more important, he now has a model for his virtual heroine: Princess D. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Arun D (ca) wrote: not typically comedy movie..but good one..acting-thumbs up too good..I like one song..plus watch it..we can learn a lot from this movie..

Chris C (es) wrote: After watching this it felt like so much was left out, seemed like it wouldn't be out of place on Nightline or 20/20.

FilmGrinder S (it) wrote: Very well made but I didn't find it intresting.

Adam E (gb) wrote: Hart Bochner is something else.

Martin T (es) wrote: The relationship between Mary and Joseph was interesting and had some heart to it, but the rest of it was cold, incomprehensible claptrap. I had to watch a couple of scenes again to figure out what was going on. And I still don't know who Binoche was supposed to be. Or why the music kept cutting out. Or what the hell people were talking about half the time. A lot of the dialogue in sounded like pseudo-intellectual non-sequitur to me. Worst of all, Godard isn't having any fun with it.

Connor A (jp) wrote: All Pink Floyd-related bias aside, The Wall proves itself to be the perfect visual embodiment of the legendary narrative album of the same name, conjoining Alan Parker's dark, damp claustrophobic direction with Gerald Scarfe's surreally enthralling animated horrors and Bob Geldof's (un)expectedly convincing portrayal of the embittered, disillusioned rock star.

Bill T (kr) wrote: Dreadfully silly and stupid James Bond clone here. The whole Matt Helm thing seems to be based on "What if Dean Martin was James Bond? nyuk nyuk nyuk" The plot has Karl Malden trying to destroy Washington with a gamma ray, Malden has the scientist who invented it hostage, it's up to him, and Ann-Margret to stop him! But wait! Let's stop the film for 10 minutes and watch Ann-Margret dance. Yes, that's what this film does. If you want to see 60's filmmaking at it's very worst, look no further.

Amanda H (jp) wrote: I've searched to find a copy of this move for years. If anyone can tell me where to find a copy I would be very thankful.

Robert S (au) wrote: A very well done and true vampire movie, Hartnett is dead on in this one.

Mariah M (fr) wrote: this movie looks so fricking awesome! i want to see it sooooo bad!! muhahahahahah