Two immigrant brothers Sonny and Steven survive the impoverished despair of New York in the 1980s by joining Chinatown gang "The Green Dragons" when they were kids. The brothers worked their way up through the gang hierarchy and quickly rose up the ranks. But after an ill- fated love affair pits Sonny against his own brother, he sets out for revenge on the very gang who made him who he is. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Stephen S (ag) wrote: Great film, fantastic story.
Eric B (br) wrote: J'ai adore ce film! Patrick Huard est genial! Cest drole et charment! Un beau film Du Quebec! A+
Nathan H (au) wrote: better than forest gump
Kathie H (ru) wrote: I really like this movie and how it relates younger people with older people. I hope that when my day comes and I am in a home, that it is as comfortable and friendly as this one portrayed. Who wouldn't look forward to having a Christmas day shooting pool, eating well, drinking merrily and smoking some weed at 80!!! I can't wait! Oh...and best part...spending my old days in a home in Ireland!!
Jason E (ru) wrote: To reply to the title, I'm not sure. I kind of liked it, probably only because I love De Niro.
CG C (kr) wrote: only watched because Craig Ferguson was in it.
Nick P (fr) wrote: Yet another "white woman saves the children" film, MUSIC OF THE HEART was leaning on the border of overdone soapy sentimentality and dramatic feats. It hums a very familiar tune but that doesn't mean you will hate it. It involves Roberta Guasipri, a single mother who is just as ordinary as the next woman. She conflicts with self-pity and becomes the a violin teacher at a school with struggling students. Predictable? Yes. Emotionally manipulative? Nearly. With that saying, I didn't love this movie. It was something I have seen in billions of other movies. However, it doesn't fail. This will please people or make them a bit annoyed. Wes Craven should stick to (better) horror films but with this, he makes it enjoyable. Meryl Streep received her twelfth Oscar nomination for this role. In some aspects, I can see why she got it and agree. She doesn't make Roberta into a one-dimensional, whiny character. Streep makes her ordinary and passionate and also a person with flaws, which makes Streep extraordinary. At the same time, this isn't one of her strongest roles. Out of all of her Oscar nominations, I would say that this and Adaptation impressed me the least. It wasn't anything special. Nonetheless, she is the film's heart and soul. Angela Bassett is also strong here, more than I expected. MUSIC OF THE HEART isn't a great film and forgettable but at the moment, you cant help but like it a little bit.
Drew C (br) wrote: If your hooker starts covering furniture with sheets of plastic, you better hope she's just a squirter. Otherwise it is highly likely you are about to become a ritualistic sacrifice for a chainsaw worshiping cult. Private I. Jack Chandler better find his perky runaway girl before someone finds him....in pieces. Fun for the whole family this one is.
Martin M (fr) wrote: Sounds a bit rude though
Trinity C (mx) wrote: Sword-wielding serial killers? You mean ninjas?
Connor B (br) wrote: One of the all-time worst sequels. Too preachy and more apparent on repeated viewings that the screenplay is childish and laughable.
Brian R (ca) wrote: This is my first Roger Corman picture I have seen. The Tomb Of Ligeia left me with the feeling of eerie dread. Corman makes useful touches of gothic hell and brimstone. Vincent Price plays as Verdon a lonely man who's wife named Ligeia died and he seems to have an obsession or haunted by her death. There is annoyance of a dark cat who keeps lurking around the mansion of abbey and taunting Verdon and his new wife Rowena Trevanion played by Elizabeth Sheperd. TTOL is often slow and at times was difficult for me to follow. I pretty much knew that this was Corman's intent since he was saving the best for last, and is it ever striking. Corman makes very good use of location, color, sets, camera tracking shots, swish pans, and cast. Corman's picture lacks in character development but he makes it up in the visual department which in my opinion is somewhat key.
Millo T (kr) wrote: This movie has some magical moments, and a tender and naive sense... sometimes too much naive, but OK, its nice to watch.
Spencer H (jp) wrote: This movie was ok, but it wasn't good enough to make me want to watch a second one.
Alejandro D (es) wrote: Really not my kind of movie. But it was cute watching it with my man ;P
David T (br) wrote: Very stylish version of the well known fairy tale. Sigourney Weaver of course gives an outstanding performance throughout. Children from young to pre-teen will find this a bit disturbing. All in all, it's promising.