The Bedside Detective

The Bedside Detective

Jok, a television mechanic has his special job. Apart from his regular work, he is identified as a detective hired to detect secret lovers for those wives who have unfaithful husbands. The strict rule is not to fall in love with the target, but the new target is such an irresistible girl called Nampan, who's a secret lover of a wealthy old man. When Jok goes deeper into the case, he finds out that Nampan also has another wealthy admirer and the wife of her admirer plans to blackmail her. Though the case is risking and nearly breaking the rule of his work, Jok decides to help her from danger.

Jok, a television mechanic has his special job. Apart from his regular work, he is identified as a detective hired to detect secret lovers for those wives who have unfaithful husbands. The strict rule is not to fall in love with the target, but the new target is such an irresistible girl called Nampan, who's a secret lover of a wealthy old man. When Jok goes deeper into the case, he finds out that Nampan also has another wealthy admirer and the wife of her admirer plans to blackmail her. Though the case is risking and nearly breaking the rule of his work, Jok decides to help her from danger. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Denise S (br) wrote: I'm still not sure what to make of this. I saw a screening in NYC and it was probably the most disturbing footage I have ever seen, I've been thinking about these people ever since.

ricardo c (us) wrote: ...I would like more action in middle of comedy...but was simply "ok"...

Taufiq K (fr) wrote: The story is so slow, I can barely keep up that i had to press forward few times. The only good things about the film is cinematography. It's a dissapointment. Its too much and too long static camera view.

Private U (ag) wrote: Very slow. No resolution.

Alan K (es) wrote: Gay man's chick flick ... i loved it

Devynn B (gb) wrote: Wow. This movie is a great time. It is even more enjoyable if you watch the TV show first. It was great.

Vasco M (de) wrote: Mulan is both a super cheesy yet entertaining and charming story, and guilty of having one of the single most catchy soundtracks of all time. The art style is superb, and the attention to detail put into crafting a style that is both appealing and faithful to the culture is breathtaking.

Skyler B (br) wrote: Distresing and sad film that I don't understand to this day.

Madeline M (us) wrote: It's hard to resist the urge to call this movie sprawling, because it feels so epic. But, actually, it's very tightly focused on Radha (Nargis, who is excellent) and her relationship with the people around her. I enjoyed it a lot.

Kevin R (mx) wrote: This thing can take up any shape it needs to.Some scientific experiments in Scotland go badly wrong and strange beings begin emerging from the mud. When the mud creatures come in contact with humans, the humans begin dissolving until they die. The mud creatures are on a mission to take over the world. Can anyone stop them?"It is strictly forbidden for anyone to cross this point."Joseph Losey, director of The Servant, The Go Between, Mr. Klein, Concrete Jungle, Don Giovanni, A Doll's House, Accident, and Eva, delivers X the Unknown. The storyline for this picture is just okay and seemed like a Blob knockoff. The script and action was just okay and the cast delivers mediocre performances. The cast includes Dean Jagger, Edward Chapman, Leo McKern, and Anthony Newley."We only try to create, not destroy."X the Unknown was a movie I came across on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and decided to give it a shot (I'm a huge fan of these grindhouse/drive-in classics). This is one of those bad concept movies that seemed to have tried to ride on the coat tale of The Blob. Overall, this is a below average horror movie that is only worth watching if you're a fan of this era's horror classics."We cannot break a swear."Grade: C-

Cameron J (mx) wrote: "Shane, you say it's all over, for you and me, girl!" Maybe that Jefferson Starship reference isn't especially fitting, because it's kind of hard to think of Shane as a girl's name, and it doesn't help that the only female Shane who comes to mind is the lead lesbian on "The L Word". Well, boys, make no mistake, this is the true definitive edgy Shane... or at least about as edgy as he can be in 1953, and not on Showtime. Hey, you know that this film was pushing envelopes as a '50s western just by looking at the cast list, because it had the guts to not feature John Wayne... although it does feature his forehead on Alan Ladd and Van Heflin. Seriously though, I was kind of thinking that this would be a little heavier, because, come on, we're talking about George Stevens, and the film he did right after this one was a big, three-and-a-half-hour-long epic, and it was only about some Texas rancher hanging out with his family. Hey, I like "Giant", but you at least get some real gunfighting in this film set somewhere in a civilized desert, and it doesn't need to take three hours to get around to it. I'd say that we should embrace the shorter George Stevens dramas, but quite frankly, while this film is very decent, I honestly prefer the seriously overdrawn efforts after this one, which isn't to say that this drama doesn't outstay its welcome at times. Although I give this film credit for being tighter than George Stevens' following major dramas, the final product still tends to drag to its two-hour runtime, with bits and pieces of aimless filler that drag down momentum almost as much as, of all things, the soundtrack. It is awkward to criticize the film's usage of Victor Young's score, but greater awkwardness is found within the flow of a lot of scenes, due to the rare abating of atmospheric scoring which grows repetitious once you get so used to the recurring musicality that its eventual extended abandonment proves to be tonally jarring. The plays on the musical tones are made all the more awkward when musical tone is overblown, shaking subtlety by stressing certain tonal beats that are already abrasive enough in the plotting on paper. A few melodramatic beats are mighty hard to ignore in a plot so genuine in so many ways, sort of cheesing up an intriguing drama with now-dated sensibilities that weren't even unique for the time. There are some refreshing elements, but when conventions hit, they hit near-crushingly hard, sending the film down a formulaic path that, while not exactly predictable, is too familiar for you to ignore the thin areas in the narrative formula. Yes, people, when you come down to it, through all of its dragging and tonal bloating, this film's storytelling is ultimately dealing with subject matter that takes too long to kick up, rather than limp along with natural shortcomings as a conceptually minimalist western that, when further shaken up by hiccups to the interpretation of a somewhat light story, fails to transcend underwhelmingness. Of course, the final product does still come close enough to engage just fine through and through, with some solid highlights, even in scoring. Again, Victor Young's score is formulaic and tonally overwrought, and worse than that, its overusage is exhaustingly abusive, yet it would be more aggravating if the score wasn't of quality, with a classic color that is both entertaining and aesthetically appealing. Loyal Griggs' Oscar-winning cinematography is also attractive, being also more subtle, yet nonetheless realized enough in its moderate grit to catch your eye and compliment locations that are celebrated well enough to be near-immersive in this film which doesn't indeed rely a fair deal on its settings. Style is subtle, but decent, just as substance is subtle, but decent, for although this study on rising bitter relations between a settler and his peers, is overdrawn, melodramatic and minimalist, it's still intriguing, with a certain edge that is done justice by a script by A.B. Guthrie Jr. that isn't too refreshing, but fresh in enough places to hold a dramatic sharpness. This inspiration is further reflected in an overblown directorial performance by George Stevens that, when genuinely realized, engages with tension and resonance that has stood the test of time well enough to bring in some mighty memorable highlights. The highlights are too sparse for the final product to achieve their reward value on the whole, but they still mark enough glimpses into potential to craft a reasonably compelling character study, sold further by character portrayals. The material is dated, but still solid enough to beget solid performances across the board (Well, I did want to strangle the seriously annoying Brandon deWilde on a number of occasions), with Alan Ladd, - as a weary and well-intentioned, but flawed settler - Van Heflin - as a family man who begins to fear for the safety of his loved ones - and the lovely Jean Arthur - as a loving wife who also fears for her home and peers - all sharing layered chemistry that sells a sense of progression in this tense drama about as much as anything. Really, most all the strengths in this drama are a little overrated, but they're plentiful, maybe not enough to overcome the shortcomings, yet still enough for the final product to at least border as rewarding. When it's all said and done, an excessive length and, oddly enough, usage of scoring, in addition to some histrionics, plenty of conventions and a great deal of natural shortcomings render the final product kind of underwhelming, but with solid scoring, cinematography and locations, some edgy storytelling, and plenty of strong performances, George Stevens' "Shane" stands as an at least borderline rewardingly compelling, if improvable western drama. 2.75/5 - Decent

Ramon E (us) wrote: Funny, hillarious, heart warming fun in every way

Paula M (us) wrote: well you get what your told in the synopsis it oddly keeps your attention it is funny and interesting

Jack P (es) wrote: An excellent idea for a horror that really captures the halloween atmosphere. Trick r treat sees multiple storyline and plot lines all intertwined. This was a really unique and experimental horror film and really pushes the originality of the genre. A sophisticated film that'll keep you glued with its many twists and turns.