In Hong Kong, a weapon dealer has a special computer chip, which is needed to build a secret missile. He is trying to sell it to a foreign goverment. The local secret police, the CIA and an... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Revenge of the Cheetah
In Hong Kong, a weapon dealer has a special computer chip, which is needed to build a secret missile. He is trying to sell it to a foreign goverment. The local secret police, the CIA and an...
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Robert I (jp) wrote: Tony Almeida proves to me that he is great, but also type casted for life. 3 stars for him. This film was a little underwhelming, but the effort is appreciated.
Riley H (us) wrote: I love the idea but can't really dig the execution: way too stagey (even the camera tricks feel like an attempt to hide the staginess) and the veer into politics doesn't fit with the whole thing. Still, rather watch something interesting but flawed than a lot of other things.
Scott C (mx) wrote: Man this is forgettable.
Kevin D (ca) wrote: Williamson is not enough of an actor to pull off this kind of brutal antihero. Has its moments. those looking for sleaze will find it in peak form in the sequel, "Hell up in Harlem"
Victor T (kr) wrote: The 90s were undeniably the golden years of independent cinema, thanks to Linklaters "Slacker" and "Dazed & Confused", Aronofskys "Pi", Tarantinos "Reservoir Dogs", Rodriguezs "El Mariachi", Nolans "Following", "The Blair Witch Project", and Smiths "Clerks".Dante Hicks is a 22 year old clerk, who is called into work on his day off, thus beginning what appears to be a regular day but it soon becomes into a more than peculiar day. Out of all the filmmakers that emerged from the 90s, Kevin Smith is the one that I have purposely avoided as he is basically the stereotypical immature geek, who managed to make a career in Hollywood, but considering the reputation of his directorial debut and the fact that Im interested in indie cinema, I decided to give his first film a shot and while it wasn't as bad as I expected, I wasn't impressed either. "Clerks" has inconsistent comedy that can go from hilarious to pathetic, a peculiar cast of characters that are the embodiment of 90s teenagers and are fun to watch but other than Jay and Silent Bob, they are forgettable; Smiths directing is generic and bland but considering the films limitations it is surprising he managed to achieve that quality of filmmaking, a plotless storytelling that's more than obviously inspired by "Slacker", an amusing B movie vibe (which I don't know if that was intentional or not), a solid entertaining value, the relationships between the characters fell genuine, amusingly fun sequences, and acting that isn't good at all but it feels natural. The big issue that both makes and destroys this film is the reason that Kevin Smith made career: The dialog. "Clerks" has one of the most inconsistent dialog I have ever heard on a film, as at times it is fun, hilarious and somewhat clever for an amateur filmmaker. But then it becomes embarrassing, unnecessarily sexual (which is not funny at all), most of the quotes are extremely juvenile, it is extremely repetitive, and it feels like if Kevin Smith thought that he was writing the greatest script of all time when it isn't that impressive (just look at his pathetic attempt to create parallels with the first chapter of "The Divine Comedy"). "Clerks" is one of the most frustrating films Ive seen. It is brilliant at times but mostly it is embarrassing. I can see why Smith managed to make a career out of this film, but this doesn't completely deserves its reputation of being a milestone in indie cinema. Highly enjoyable and memorable but it is not masterpiece. If you enjoy juvenile humor, then you will enjoy this film more than I.
Laura M (es) wrote: i love this movie...
Scot C (gb) wrote: 24 years later, finally watched it! I think it's AWESOME!
Jon J (ca) wrote: Awesome movie..acting, script, theme. PT Anderson's best film
Lee M (fr) wrote: Though formulaic and cartoonish, this feel-good comedy... is the sort of harmless entertainment that fuels inactive evenings in front of the tube and helps pass the time on long flights.
bill s (jp) wrote: Just a waste of time......horrible.