Si wang mo ta

Si wang mo ta

It's approaching World War 2, China is suspecting an invasion from Germany and Japan. Mr. Ang is hired by a Chinese group after a secret document on the top floor of a tower, Mr. Ang must ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Cantonese,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:asian,   chinese,   violence,  

It's approaching World War 2 and China is suspecting invasion from Germany and Japan. Mr Ang (Bruce Le) is hired by a Chinese group who are after a "secret doccument". Many other groups ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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David M (au) wrote: Very sweet, but improbable movie. I just wonder if Daisy were not so beautiful, whether Rob would have been so moved as to commit the rest of his life to God. How could Daisy not have a local boyfriend? That is IMPOSSIBLE. Also, such a jaded person as Rob would have at least complained at going to sleep so early, and not finding a gin mill to enjoy in some more sordid part of town. Indeed, the town and people seemed just too idyllic to be real. Nevertheless, we do need more of these type films to combat the filth and degradation found in most. Let's just get a little more realistic.

Cameron M (it) wrote: It may find an audience with those who can see it as darkly comedic but 13 Sins is ultimately too flawed and awkward for most movie goers.

Ryan V (es) wrote: A group of space aliens are looking to kidnap the Looney Tunes and force them into slavery at an interstellar amusement park. Naturally, the only way that Bugs Bunny and the gang can escape their fate is to conscript Michael Jordan to help them beat the aliens in a slapsticky basketball game. Space Jam is a dumb movie with a sloppy pace, lots of wooden acting from Jordan, a soundtrack that has nothing to do with the movie, and lazy jokes that heavily rely on now-dated pop culture references. This movie has become something of a cult classic since lots of millennials had it in their VHS rotation as children, but I wouldn't recommend Space Jam to anyone who doesn't already hold a nostalgic fondness for it.

Jim H (au) wrote: A director tries to remake Les Vampires.I'm not really sure what I saw. On the one hand, I see some clever satire about French film here, especially with the interviewer complaining about intellectual film in an intellectual film, Rene's mumblingly intense focus on process, and the costume designer using a bondage mask. On the other hand, I think one would have to know the history behind Les Vampires in order to be in on the joke, and I'm not sure what to make of the romance between Maggie and Zoe. And what is going one with Maggie Cheung playing herself? Once again, I feel like there's a reason for this choice, but it isn't communicated with any clarity.Overall, I left this film confused and not in a good way.

Alex S (de) wrote: an exploration of life using poetry, science and politics- maybe the silver screen is not the right home to such a subject, but it's the only subject that belongs in every mind and heart on this planet.interconnectedness.

Jacob W (ca) wrote: The movie has heart I can tell you that, if you only you could understand what they're saying.

Dave W (us) wrote: It really beats me how in the hell this movie was critically acclaimed. Nicholas Cage's high-on-drugs acting is some of the worst ever. The original Bad Lieutenant was a gritty drama with little entertainment value. This is a laugh-at-not-with joke of a film. Seriously one of the worst movies I've ever seen, but I'd probably watch it again because watching bad Nick Cage movies is kind of like looking at the sun, you know you're not supposed to do it, but you do anyway.

Cameron J (fr) wrote: Why, I just can't believe that Angelina Jolie could possibly condone grave robbing! Seriously though, Indiana Jones raided the lost ark, and all this chick is raiding is some old tomb... that is filled with ancient artifacts of great power which is pursued by the Illuminati. ...Yeah, well, other than that, Lara Croft is not as cool as Indiana Jones... even if she is a hot British chick with a great deal of wealth, and advanced, video game-grade combat skills. Shoot, on top of that, it took Indy until his third movie to hang out with an old James Bond, and on her first movie, Croft hangs out with Daniel Craig at one point, well before he was James Bond, which isn't to say that this film didn't commit some form of fan service at the time of its release. Jolie finally had to face up to being Jon Voight's daughter, so, naturally, this is big-time fan service to fans of the Voight family... whose fanbase is largely focused on hard-hitting dramas like "Midnight Cowboy", or "Deliverance", or "Coming Home", or a bunch of other stuff that only Jon Voight has been in. Come to think of it, Jolie didn't really start getting dramatic until well after this film, so maybe her being disowned by the respectable Voight name was daddy's idea, but now that Voight can't afford to only do the heavy stuff, he and Jolie are going to have to take the commercial train together. Financially, I'd say it paid off, but critically, on the other hand, definitely not so much, and really, while I think that the film is reasonably entertaining, I can see where some people are coming from. As an early 2000s action-adventure popcorn piece, this film is not much of anything new, following the same style and lame score, and lazily manufacturing a very typical plot formula that, no matter how overdone, is still a little hard to figure out. Overblown and improbable in its juggling so many themes and happenings that converge somewhere along the way, this film's story is convoluted, and yet, so much about it is so simple, and that stresses the silliness and contrivances, until the plot becomes near-senseless, with a lack of focus that is exacerbated by a lack of coherency. Storytelling gets to be seriously disjointed, tossing characters and plotlines about to exacerbate a sense of convolution, and never really coming down to any sense of nuance to distinguish the characters, or their place in the story, amidst all of the action that seems to not be fluffy enough for writers Patrick Massett and John Zinman. The storytelling attempts to maintain some sort of extensive tension, suddenly and jarringly broken by comic relief which is made all the more aggravating by a consistency in sheer genericism and predictability, sometimes further exacerbated by a cheesiness that never leaves the storytelling, even with the tension that thrives on contrived and ludicrous atmospherics and happenings. Really, looking through all of the missteps, in its basic nature, this film is so popcorny, with a heavy emphasis on action to drive the progression of the plot, until sense behind the action is lost in the wake of overwrought style, not compensated for by a cornball telling of a simultaneously convoluted and superficial plot, thus making for a film with plenty of laziness and no resonance. At the same time the film has plenty of entertainment value, and that really gets it by, at least as decent, but it's hard to have all that much fun with something this generic, disjointed, superficial and altogether silly. The final product will fail to endear for so very many, but if you are willing to check your brain in and take this film for what it is, while entertainment value is challenged by the stupidity, it does thrive, even in concept, to a certain extent. Man, I really don't want to direct that much compliment to Sara B. Cooper's, Mike Werb's, Michael Colleary's and Simon West's video game-inspired story, because it is so formulaic, convoluted, disjointed, superficial and, well, if you will, stupid, but it is dynamic, with a fun, if somewhat campy narrative behind an adventurous scope whose approach can make or break the entertainment value of this film. David Allday's, John C. Hill's, David Lee's and John Fenner's art direction does a fine, sometimes exceptional job of capturing this scope, celebrating and, with the help of production designer Kirk M. Petruccelli and set decorator Sonja Klaus, building upon culturally versatile and mythologically nifty settings to catch your eyes in between the less practical designs. The more ambitious visual effects are dated something fierce, but all the designs are generally adequately well-rendered, and conceptually cool in the first place, particularly when used to polish up action sequences that, upon coming into play, are excessive to the point of losing substance, but never to the point of losing style and entertainment value, achieved through wild staging and acrobatic choreography that, no matter how over-the-top, dazzles through and through. That action really thrives on the efforts of West, as director, because even though substance is not on his side as a lazy, hopelessly superficial storyteller, he hardly falls short on style, whether it be in his celebration of Peter Menzies Jr.'s handsome cinematography and Graeme Revell's often lamely trite score, or in his flashy scene structuring which leads to a fairly tight sense of pacing and dynamicity to the disjointed, but expansive plot. West really does manage to capture some sense of adventure just fine, enough so to capture some sense of fun, and while that does not justify the silliness and sloppiness of this popcorn fluff piece, it does charm enough to make up for a lot of shortcomings. About as much charm, at the very least, is found in a decent cast that features the charismatic Daniel Craig, the effectively antagonistic Iain Glen and Richard Johnson (Oh, what a terribly unfortunate name), the delightful Noah Taylor, and, of course, Angelina Jolie, whose convincing English accent and presence make sure that the arguably impeccable casting choice is not squandered, and that an endearing lead stands. Yes, there is a fair bit about this film that is endearing, and although about as much is distancing, entertainment value and charm stand firm enough to make for a fun, if flimsy affair. Bottom line, this is a formulaic, convoluted and rather ludicrous plot, whose conventional, disjointed and cheesily overwrought and superficial telling renders the final product pretty decidedly inconsequential, almost mediocre, but the fun factor in the senseless plot is brought to life by art direction that is rich with scope and versatility, visual effects that are nifty in concept, and thrilling action that is tightly orchestrated by Simon West's lively direction, whose charm is outweighed by that of an endearing cast, headed by the well-selected and convincing Angelina Jolie, who helps in securing "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" as an entertaining popcorn piece, for all of its superficiality and messiness. 2.5/5 - Fair

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antoinnette b (es) wrote: an erotic movie. didn't know rourke looked hot in his younger years.