Split Second Murders

Split Second Murders

Unemployed comic book artist Luk (6 Wing) is not having a good day. His girlfriend (Charmaine Fong) just left him, and he's off to pitch his latest work to a publisher that turns out be very sketchy. The editor (MC Jin) wants Luk to add more gratuitous violence and deaths to his story, which he does in amusing manner. After the meeting, Luk goes about his business as normal, but he finds that everywhere he goes he encounters strange conflicts that lead to gratuitous violence and deaths.

Luk, a struggling comic book artist who embarks on a hellish day of happenstance. In the morning he wakes up to discover that his girlfriend Julia has left him, and the rest of the day ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amanda C (au) wrote: I loved it, although those who watched it with me didn't. its not a movie for everyone. but a movie that talks about the restless spirit that move in us and how those of us who find that companion spirit are lucky since in such a relationship we can find the tools that are need to set that spirit free for now. by the way for those who never galloped on a horse b4 let me just say that it is a feeling of ecstasy mixed with the enigma of pure untamed primitive freedom.

Nadeem M (mx) wrote: No one could have done it better than big 'B' .... top of the line performance !!! (Two thumbs ... way up ... !!!)

Rob S (mx) wrote: pretty decent adaptation. A little of the humor seems to get lost in translation, but this is really faithful to the novel (as far as i can tell the only change is to include flashlights, which, given the setting, only add to the emotional effect the movie has). The editing is also quite interesting and effective: there's about a second of black between each cut. If you enjoy the novel, i recommend this, but this definitely isnt everyone's cup of tea.

Alex S (nl) wrote: There was one and only one reason that I wished to see this film: Benicio Del Toro. Honestly, if it weren't for him, it is unlikely that this movie would've been as watchable as it is. I basically knew what to expect from Alicia Silverstone, yet her whiny-ness still got on my nerves a bit. Even so, there is solid chemistry between her and Del Toro that is really great. Though Im not a Christopher Walken fan, I must admit that the movie really kicks into gear whenever his character is around. Thus, if you like Del Toro or Walken, don't pass on seeing this film - it may just surprise you.

Nicola W (de) wrote: Amusing comedy of a rubbish ninja who tries to save a woman. Was just like Kung Fu Panda. stupid but quite fun

Shawn W (br) wrote: Tragic story of interracial young love ended prematurely during a violent turf war between Chinatown and Little Italy. Police strictly enforce anti-loitering laws but are no where to be seen during street machine gun fights or store bombings.

Clay B (us) wrote: THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY (1969)

Diana G (au) wrote: john lennon is just brilliant! i would love to see it

Wayne B (kr) wrote: Good film but was confused for a while when he changed into a dog.

Jintin R (jp) wrote: I like to watch the animated movie. Judy never gives up becomes the first bunny police officer. I don't like a sloth in the movie. His name is Flash, but he did everything was slowly and the only one thing he did fast when he drove. I will recommend this movie with the kids and adults. Don't give up when you do everything and don't be lazy.