Shanghai Surprise

Shanghai Surprise

Glendon Wasey is a fortune hunter looking for a fast track out of China. Gloria Tatlock is a missionary nurse seeking the curing powers of opium for her patients. Fate sets them on a hectic, exotic, and even romantic quest for stolen drugs. But they are up against every thug and smuggler in Shangai.

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Denislav R (de) wrote: you gotta love the DC animated movies. I just love most of them. This is such a good movie. THIS is a good suicide squad movie. THIS is how you make a suicide squad movie. It was simply great.

Paula N (es) wrote: A likeable film and an interesting look at a long term relationship, enjoyed the soundtrack too.

Andrew E (de) wrote: A treat for any AP fans.

Nicky N (es) wrote: The First One Was The Best.C+

Linsey Y (us) wrote: SO CAH- UTE LOVED IT, but it's like soo sad !!~

Guillaume H (nl) wrote: This is great storytelling and great screenwriting by an author with vision. It avoids falling into science mumbojumbo by taking an all encompassing anthropologic point of view instead of miring itself in the genetics. The direction is total Ken Russell but i was worried the hallucinations would get cheezy for a moment, then it quickly become epic and truly compelling. Oh and the final ''i love you'' is one of the most charged ive ever seen in films, as its litterally the meaning of life and the motor of it. Blair Brown is Unforgettable and truly skilled and rich in there. the script is paddy chayevsky and comparing it to his other great works, Network and the Hospital,, show how visionary was this writer

Anthony V (es) wrote: Not one of their best, but still amusing. Groucho sings Lydia The Tattooed Lady.

Freddy M (gb) wrote: An essential piece of cinema history, although there are without a doubt some lulls.

Ericka Skolka B (jp) wrote: Very different for Gregg Araki but still keeping it real.