In the brink of the 90s, 18-year-old Zheng Wei steps into her university life with a hopeful heart for love. She forms a great friendship with her roommates and united as a group, they embark on their university life together. Wei meets Chen Hao-Zheng in a chance encounter, and despite initial reluctance, Chen accepts Wei as his girlfriend and the two become inseparable. Four years of university life pass and Wei looks forward to establishing a life together with Chen. However, Chen is forced into an impossible decision to leave Wei. Devastated, Wei decides to start afresh. A decade later, Wei’s previous lovers Lin and Chen both find their way back into her life and she has to make a choice of her next step in life.
Carolyn G (gb) wrote: A well-done documentary on a topic that is borderline-offensive! What a grueling, elitist, ridiculous process. A few of the couples, I could understand what they were thinking but that poor Julianna's parents were nuts, especially the father. Makes me glad I didn't live in Manhattan when my daughter started pre-school!
Nick B (kr) wrote: Not as bad as it was made out to be all these years but I heard the book is suppose to be amazing and the film didn't capture that at all, which I can imagine seeing as it was written by the same guy who wrote Jurassic Park. Some fun scenes and some really cheesy ones, thought everything looked good for a movie from 1995.
Brendan N (mx) wrote: hitchcock wannabe that is a mess, erotic thrillers always wanted to bring the basic thriller in the 90s but sadly a lot of them failed. sex scenes are full on and are the only reason you'd be watching this terrible movie.
MF J (gb) wrote: Definitely a classic and must see, this film is a riot. Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise are teaming up for this incredible story of a man discovering he has a mentally deficient brother. the two embark on a road trip and form an unlikely team that will bond through adversity and countless adventures. Definitely a feel good movie and a must see.
Randy P (nl) wrote: don't get the point it's coming across, but it doesn't matter. I don't think the point was really that important.
Cameron J (ru) wrote: Bad Milo! seems to crack the formula for trashy B-horror with its relatable characters, creative production, and humorous delivery. It's as gory and gross as we expect, but not in the ways we expect. Having made less than $20,000 at a limited box office, I hope this film gets the recognition it deserves through viewings on Netflix and maybe even cult status in the future. It's a true diamond in the rough.