Summer Times

Summer Times

While going back to Kinmen island during summer, Ah Kwan (Bryant Chang) learns from the internet about a pretty girl called Chen Wen Qing (Shara Lin), who emerged champion in the National Piano Competition. One day he coincidentally meets up with her. For both this is the best summer holiday they ever had in their lives. Before going back Wen Qing promises to Ah Kwan she would email him everyday and coming next summer, she would find him in Kinmen again.

While going back to Kinmen Island during summer, Ah Kwan meets a pretty girl called Chen Wen Qing. For both this is the best summer holiday they ever had in their lives. Before going back ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Summer Times torrent reviews

Patrick L (it) wrote: the good remains unhearable but ultimately perceivable

Seth Y (fr) wrote: I watched this strictly because it's Andrew Garfield's first film. He's one of my favorites, so I was curious to see where he started. I didn't expect anything from this, but I was really surprised. I thought this was going to be your standard, lower-budget indie, but it's actually a really good movie. It's based on a critically acclaimed novel, following the main character after he's released from prison for a crime he committed as a child. It chronicles the struggles of readjusting to society, all while he's trying to hide his true identity. This is a bleak and fairly depressing viewing experience, but it's well paced and terrifically acted. Andrew Garfield really shines here and does a terrific job in his film debut. If you're a fan of him like I am, this is a must-see. Boy A is really impressive.

Julian T (ru) wrote: Es un intento interesante, que al final se pierde en sus buenas intenciones, de reflexin de uno de los pases (Holanda) ms pasivos durante la segunda guerra mundial. En medio de una situacin tan delicada como esta, optaron por simplemente esperar a que pasara el aguacero sin hacer mayor cosa, hasta que unos jvenes hastiados por esta tolerancia sin respuesta con el mal, deciden romper el molde de sus padres e intentan tomar partido, a riesgo de la destruccin de su propio mundo

Niek S (jp) wrote: An OK art house comedy but somewhat too much of an art house comedy at times: somewhat slow-paced, not much dialogue and quite detached acting. If you can bear all that, its worth a watch.

Sean W (ru) wrote: Don't have a clue really what this film is meant to be about. I love Bob Dylan so i'm definatly knew I would like this. Lots of big name actors in it not really doing much. Don't think you'll ever see Dylan do anything else in the film industry so might as well see it.

Ryan C (br) wrote: Kind of depressing since you know you'll never get to see Terry's movie. Not a super great doc, but good footage.

Lance Coley G (nl) wrote: this is the worst movie ever. Shark Tale is the worst, And Finding Memo and Dory is great!

kgaard (ru) wrote: [size=3][color=#000000][font=Times New Roman][color=darkorange][font=Arial][i]Irma la Douce[/i] (Billy Wilder, 1963)[/font][/color][color=darkorange]A lesser Wilder piece about a cop who falls for a prostitute, it has its comic moments but drags at times; the morality of prostitution is a lot less problematic than a character who subjects herself to abuse so willingly. [/color][color=darkorange][/color] [color=darkorange][/color][color=darkorange][font=Arial][i]Bus 174[/i] (Jos Padilha/Felipe Lacerda, 2002)[/font][/color][color=darkorange]Gripping, upsetting documentary relating a hostage-taking aboard a Rio de Janeiro bus. Footage of the hostage drama is intercut with interviews and other archival information about the perpetrator, a young Brazilian man named Sandro do Nacimento who grew up as a street kid. The film indicts Brazil social and justice systems, and, without excusing his actions, paints do Nacimento?s descent as an inevitable product of Brazil?s failure to deal with corruption and the breakdown of human rights. [/color] [color=darkorange][font=Arial][i]Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies[/i] (Ray Greene, 2001)[/font][/color][color=darkorange]Often amusing documentary about underground and exploitation cinema, from Roger Corman to Doris Wishman, focusing largely on the ?50s-?70s. Amiable and obviously fond (possibly to the detriment of insight) of its subject matter. [/color] [color=darkorange][font=Arial][i]At Midnight I?ll Take Your Soul[/i] (Jos Mojica Marins, 1964) 8/10[/font][/color][color=darkorange][font=Arial][i]This Night I?ll Possess Your Corpse[/i] (Jos Mojica Marins, 1967) 8/10[/font][/color][color=darkorange]This is some pretty fucked-up shit, especially when you consider that [i]At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul[/i] was basically Brazil's first horror film. What sets [i]At Midnight ?[/i] (and its sequel) apart from schlock horror?in spite of its low-grade production and uneven performances?is the philosophy and personality of its lead antagonist.[/color][color=darkorange][/color] [color=black][color=darkorange]Coffin Joe is an atheist surrounded by (as he sees it) ridiculous, credulous fools held down by their belief in an irrational, imaginary God. His philosophy is that only blood (through progeny) is immortal. He is openly scornful of Catholic ritual, insisting on eating meat on Friday and mocking a Catholic procession. When his wife fails to produce a son for him, he murders her. He has a cruel violent streak that he periodically unleashes on the townspeople, who seem incapable of or unwilling to stand up to his Satanic strength. He trolls the town for women in an orgy of rape and murder. Coffin Joe is one bad dude.[/color][/color][color=black][color=darkorange][/color][/color] [color=black][color=darkorange][i]This Night I?ll Possess Your Corpse[/i] is more of the same, only with better production?including a delightful color sequence set in Hell?and more focused obsessive violence from Coffin Joe in his search for the perfect mate, his Bride of Frankenstein, to provide him with a scion. Oh, he also loves children.[/color][/color][color=black][color=darkorange][/color][/color] [color=darkorange]Both films (especially [i]At Midnight ...)[/i] are uneven and at times shoddy, but director Jose Marins has the passion of Ed Wood and some actual talent.[color=black][/color][/color][/font][/color][/size]

Barbie A (fr) wrote: awesome movie.......I have watched it over and over again ......a different look at will fall in love with all the characters!!

Miguel M (us) wrote: I can't understand why such a low score! It deserves betterNo entendo porqu uma classificao to baixa, este filme merecia mais

Scot C (es) wrote: This film sure slipped under the radar, because i only heard about until recently. But no wonder i hadn't heard about it, it didn't do too well at the box office, and probably wasn't on the circuit for long. Acting wise its full of strong and respectable names, but none of them stand out with an average screenplay. The characters i did not care for, and for an audience that's where you lose the majority of them. It is somewhat entertaining, with a few humorous moments, but a lot of those moments are too silly and feel disconnected from this style of film/genre. This movie is not strong enough, definitely not terrible, but not too far from forgettable.

Brynn H (jp) wrote: Not bad...kinda funny

Steve W (ru) wrote: Alexander Fu Sheng and Adam Cheng play rival students. They spend the whole movie learning from the same master to gain an edge over the other, until one of them quits. When one of them is promoted to the bodyguard of the Emperor, the other conspires to make him look bad.The movie is pretty standard, until the second half when a villain forms. The Rat Gang are a gang of thieves who want to steal the Royal Jade Seal from the emperor, while he is undercover looking for talented fighters.There is a hilarious set piece in which both students must fight the Water Rat, a fighter who specializes in diving underwater while fighting, and a man who uses vines to gain height on his enemies. Since the tone of the plot is comedic, there's not much danger. But is an amusing little story.

Cecil A (ag) wrote: Pretty brutal and uncompromising, it's OK, nothing special.

Frances H (kr) wrote: I watched it for the dancing (to see a good movie with a good script and good acting on this theme, watch Fame), but didn't care for the style of that either.

Chucky (gb) wrote: June 24th 2012October 26th 2016

Adrian S (jp) wrote: It was terrible! But in a funny way