In this imaginative independent drama, Angela (Chloé Winkel) is a French art student living in Germany who loves to draw comics and creates elaborate tales drawn in a soft and romantic style. One night, Angela meets Yamamoto (Jon Yang), a club DJ from Japan, who invites her to come to Tokyo with him. Infatuated with Yamamoto, Angela impulsively agrees, and is soon sharing an apartment with a handful of Western expatriates who work at a nightclub where Japanese businessmen drink, sing karaoke, and date the "hostesses" for a fee.
- Stars:Chloé Winkel, Jon Yang, Rebecca Palmer, Tuva Novotny, Tara Elders, Linda Steinhoff, Filip Peeters, Togo Igawa, Peggy Jane de Schepper, Alan Westaway, Burt Kwouk, Mette Louise Holland, Monika Strzelczyk, Oona Spengler, Akemi Otani,
- Country:Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, UK
- Director:Matthias X. Oberg,
- Writer:Matthias X. Oberg
Enter a dark, dangerous world where the lines between reality and fantasy are blurred. Angela is 18, a stunning Dutch blonde, a comic illustrator, and bored with life. Eager for adventure, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Comedy and acting is good but nothing new in the plot.
(br) wrote: The movie is okay because it copies elements of the Infernal Affairs movies, but the plot is kinda messy because of most of the story is told through flashbacks. Laughing Gor doesn't really seem like the main character in the movie since the other actors have more scenes than him. I think the film was just made to make some quick money while Laughing Gor was still popular in HK.
(au) wrote: You should follow your dreams.A poor Chinese immigrant is sick of seeing his people punished, abused, and bullied by Japanese gangsters. He decides to try and infiltrate a Japanese gang's ranks and bring them down. He'll need to avoid getting his plans exposed while also avoiding the cops and rival gangs. Can one poor immigrant make that much of a difference?"What happened to your face? Was it bitten by a mosquito?"Yee Tung-Shing, director of Protg, The Great Magician, Triple Tap, Lost in Time, The Truth about Jane and Sam, Full Throttle, and Endless Love, delivers The Shinjuku Incident. The storyline for this picture was better than I anticipated with a solid mix of martial arts and shootouts. The acting is also pretty good and the cast includes Jackie Chan, Naoto Takenaka, Daniel Wu, Kenya Sawada, and Bingbing Fan."Rid us of these Chinese pigs."The Shinjuku Incident is a movie I came across while scrolling through martial arts pictures on Netflix. I was surprised I had never heard of it; and after watching, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this film. This actually reminded me of a not as good Unleashed (Danny the Dog). Overall, this is worth a viewing and definitely a must see for fans of Chan or the action genre."The dead have no value."Grade: B+
(ag) wrote: I wish I could give this ???/5 stars. I really don't know what I think of this film. I haven't seen it since it was in the theater. In a very different way, I have the same reaction to this as I did to "Dancer in the Dark". That reaction is: I enjoyed it, I'm glad I saw it, and probably I never want to see it again.
(au) wrote: Not my cup of tea and putting the book into film, I don't think it came close.
(kr) wrote: was a very funny movie.
(ag) wrote: Not scary. A huge letdown given its predecessor, The Conjuring. A colossal waste bc it ends up being a stereotypical hollywood horror that tries to hard to appeal to the mainstream masses... hence its full of shoddy jump scare attempts & very little substance.
(de) wrote: i need to see it again. hilarious!
(us) wrote: I generally enjoy the Puppet Master franchise, but this film was just, not as fun to watch as the others...
(de) wrote: True story don't miss this , I actually sobbed , I'm numb with the shock of this film, this film will be talked about forever 5 stars and that's the truth
(it) wrote: Good rObert Wise story about sad & twisted people amazingly played by MacLaine & Mitchum. It has really a stage look but the cinematography is beautiful.