Lantern Street represented a nickname for abandonment. Under the shadow of the neon lights, you would come face to face with those living on the streets, sleeping without any shelters. They were loners coming from all walks of lives. Here, the time clock seemed to freeze, and people were trapped here from the outside world. One day, Tung was inspired with the idea that football games could be a good opportunity to seek out the “Lost Sheep Away From Home”. Even though Tung was an amateur to football, and there was no substantial support, he determined to pioneer a football team, like a “light” to shine upon Lantern Street’s homeless souls. Tung took up the challenge and recruited the homeless folks to form the football team, which was truly an extraordinary team. Hoping that they would venture out of Hong Kong, they bravely took up the challenge to enter the tournament of the World Cup.
Alice (nl) wrote: Lola vs. Sex, Love, Lola, The World.
Kan T (br) wrote: Quite interesting...
Ashley L (nl) wrote: I didn't even finish it it was so bad.
Hvard V (br) wrote: Jao, helt grei men blei litt for slapp i fisken for min del. To trtte typer fra bedre og kortere men men
Ilsa L (mx) wrote: Juliette Binoche is fabulous as Julie, a grieving woman who is trying to reinvent herself.
Bryan W (de) wrote: One thing this film possesses that few do is a stamp of originality, but what it has in good intentions it lacks in coherent writing, directing, and editing. The performances are rendered flat by the obviously dubbed dialogue and much of the plot is lost in a boring jumble, but occasionally good scenes pop up to remind you of what you could be seeing in the hands of a better filmmaker. Still, the marks of originality make this worth seeing. I can only offer criticism from the point of view of the director's cut. I can't vouch for any other version of the film, and, judging from what I've seen, any cut could be wildly different.
Tom W (au) wrote: Still incredibly poignant to this day. One time viewing is enough to know this is a masterpiece that could evoke paranoia to anyone, anywhere, at any time
Scott W (gb) wrote: A great British cast, lead by Kenneth More, retell the story of the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck in 1941. Some of the effects are a bit 'bathtub' or borrowed library pictures, but the gripping story and excellent chaaracters more than make up for this.
Jens T (br) wrote: John Ford's Jugde Priest is set in the year of 1890 in Kentucky, where a judge named William "Billy" Priest (Will Rogers) who's is loved by every in his home town, but then a case where which results in his resignation. But he's helps his nephew Rome (Tom Brown) who is lawyer to the defendant who's cut the offended with a eraser blade. They finally win the case, thanks to the defendants brave effort in the civil war. Judge Priest is not one of John Ford finest film. It is a little funny some times, but the large amount of black dumb racist stereotypes makes this film offensive. Thumbs down.
Robbie N (it) wrote: A very unique concept, that differs from today's cliche, predictable bunch. Arthur Christmas is a great family movie with the comedic value of the bumbling protagonist and a witty lines of the Santa family. Although at times it can be a little hectic and unclear, most of it consists of great character building, interesting and often amusing dialogue and enticing scenes. Arthur Christmas is a definitely a great family holiday movie.
Tyler Z (jp) wrote: You have yourself a pretty basic, clich (C) filled movie. What Olympus Has Fallen achieved just 3 months prior to the release of WHD was just far more gritty, intense and overall more believable.
Melanie D (de) wrote: Rather strange little film about a writer who uses his dreams to help him tell the tale of a murdered girl. I didn't love it, but I didn't not like it, either. It was beautiful to look at, that's for sure, the dream sequences were absolutely surreal. But in the end, it suffered from being just a little too self indulgent which made it lag quite severely a few times during the film. 6/10, with maybe an extra .5 going to Val's hair :-p