A high school loser dreams of winning the heart of the principal's daughter, but his chances are slim as long as her bruiser boyfriend's around. Fortunately, a chance meeting with a pair of Shaolin-trained kids (previously seen in DRAGON FROM SHAOLIN) gives him the fighting skills needed to come out on top. An unusual but entertaining blending of teen romantic comedy and martial arts slapstick
- Stars:Jimmy Lin, Shao-Wen Hao, Hsiao-lung Shi, Vivian Hsu, Chen-yu Chang, Kuo-Chu Chang, Paul Chun, Yu-yen Huang, Jen-Kuei Hui, Wen-kuei Hui, Ming-yang Li, Ti Lu, Hilary Tsui, Chi-tsan Wang, King-Tan Yuen,
- Country:Taiwan, Hong Kong
- Director:Yen-Ping Chu,
- Writer:Ya-min Ting, Yun Chiao Yeh
A high school loser dreams of winning the heart of the principal's daughter, but his chances are slim as long as her bruiser boyfriend's around. Fortunately, a chance meeting with a pair of Shaolin-trained kids (previously seen in DRAGON FROM SHAOLIN) gives him the fighting skills needed to come out on top. An unusual but entertaining blending of teen romantic comedy and martial arts slapstick . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Meh. kind of lousy and cliche, but it's cool finally getting a female crow...lol
(jp) wrote: So much better than the critics said.
(nl) wrote: if you understand the perspective of the movie, it's very good!
(kr) wrote: loved the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are dead ...have to see this one.....
(gb) wrote: Just interesting enough. An example of a slow film that never feels like its too slow. Frygtelig lykkelig gets a thumbs up by me.
(gb) wrote: In "Multiple Sarcasms," Gabriel(Timothy Hutton) takes the day off from work as an architect to go to the Cinema Village to see "Starting Over" and in the process helps a homeless man. His boss Rocky(Mario Van Peebles) has been noting his lack of interest at work for a while, especially on a project for Lauren(Laila Robins). A lot of that has to do with trying to write a play but since it is not yet complete, Pamela(Stockard Channing), an agent, will not represent him since she "represents playwrights, not schmucks," hanging up on him. Also sensing something amiss with her husband and wanting to get into the bathroom at some point, Annie(Dana Delany) suggests a trip to visit her relatives. While it might be tragic for a person not to live up to their true potential, it can also be a little sad for a movie to do so which is true for the underwhelming "Multiple Sarcasms" with its totally unnecessary vulgarity. The movie has an intriguing premise and a great cast but even they cannot redeem something so flatly executed. The promise comes from hints at a meta approach to a midlife crisis but that only comes at the very beginning and end, leaving a vast wasteland in the middle. To be honest, any games of what if should end when a person first becomes a parent which is the point of no return.
(mx) wrote: The picture on the cover had to have cost more than it did to make the entire movie.
(fr) wrote: Four students play a tormenting prank on their inept biology teacher that stirs up her past demons. The box notes that today school lesson is in bleeding instead of reading but there is no actual bloodshed on school premisis. The students are very unsavoury characters and really would make life hell for a teacher. No high grades for this film.
(mx) wrote: This was an excellent book, so I've got to see this.
(ag) wrote: It's a heist comedy starring Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn... I think it's impossible not to like it.
(jp) wrote: Holy fuck, what happened?!! If I could rate this lower, I would. This abomination isn't worth the breath I would need to list all its shortcomings. There's no way they thought this was good, when making it... I think the filmmakers were just trolling us. lol
(ca) wrote: One word... Weird. This movie has to be one of the strangest movies I've seen. Jake Gylennahl deserves best actor for this one. His performance was way beyond what he has done in the past and one of the best acting jobs that I have EVER seen! The plot is ok and at times it drags a bit. But overall this turned out to be a decent flick. Give Jake Gyllinunall an oscar that he deserves!
(us) wrote: Only mediocre reviews, but I enjoyed this. Definitely had me wondering about the doll the whole movie. Plot twist won me over.