The Constable

The Constable

Lam Kwok Kuen, nearing retirement and raising a mentally challenged son by himself, is a police officer whose sole requirement on the job is oversee the department fleet. Despite this, he remains active in the front line of police service, putting his life on the line for the sake of others, his heroism bettering even the most seasoned professionals. He fights the bad guys, putting criminals behind bars, upholding the law at any cost, for as his adage proclaims, to live a day surmounts to pursuing justice relentlessly, whether life or death proceeds in its aftermath.

Minor surprises punctuate this mostly droning look at normal cops and their everyday lives. A bizarre fusion of realism and cop action tropes from the misguided mind of Dennis S.Y. Law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Shawn R (nl) wrote: Rich rude guy needs money so he finds baseball players in India and risk his career to bring them to America. Meanwhile Lake Bell calls him out for being a rude asshole then he becomes super nice guy and everyone is happy. Moral of the story rich people be nicer.

John B (de) wrote: Not as bad as some viewers have claimed, Solitary Man gives Michael Douglas material that he seems to have mastered lately - the aging man who seeks to continue to act like someone in his twenties and who rebels at any notion of acting his age.

Ren F (au) wrote: stunning visuals and a grand soundtrack made this one of disney's more enjoyable movies. The inclusion of Winter Fairies does bring up a few questions but those can easily be reasoned out with. All in all; a good addition to the tinkerbell collection. If you love the disney CG-movies, or if your kids love them, this is a must-have for any animation fan or disney-fan. Preferrably seen in HD, but won't be disappointing on DVD either.

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Tiffany H (jp) wrote: I recently bought it online and I'm still waiting to see it.

Beth C (kr) wrote: It was all right. Pretty disturbing and Mischa Barton is still a horrible actress, but I was intrigued enough to watch it all the way through.

CHENERY W (us) wrote: This movie is pretty funny & if you like Rock Music you will like it !! If you grew up in that time frame where things where changing cuz Nirvana just released there self titled album then this is the Movie for you !! It's got all kinds of Rock Stars doing Cameo's in it if your not paying attention you will miss them just hanging out on the couch in the back ground so super fun to watch a second time so you can pay more attention to the things around the people in the front of the screen cuz there's a whole nother Movie happening in the back ground of this Movie .. Super Killer Fun !! This should be a game " Where's The Rock Stars ?" cuz I am certain I have seen this Movie at least 5 times & I keep finding More & More Rock Stars just lolly gagging in the back ground!! So buy this Movie on DVD & play the game, it's quite fun when your friends point out Rock Stars you didn't see either !! It's So FUN !!

Joey T (au) wrote: The worst of the View Askew movies..

Cam D (us) wrote: Since most Canadians have a good personality, this parody of ourselves will no doubt have Canucks in amusement.

Memo P (br) wrote: One of the best films of Canadian films. Leolo is soaked in a dizzying visual and poetic journey through the thoughts of a child. Bizarre, unattached, free as the imagination of Leolo own. Unmissable.

Daniel R (gb) wrote: American girl and French dude get married for convenience factors and guess what? They rob a bank and hold a bum hostage. No silly, they fall in love, it's a cliche romantic comedy.

Shane S (us) wrote: A highly underrated movie! Danny Glover is awesome! Its a darker, meaner film than the first one. But just as good. Normal characters, not special forces guys with high tech weaponry, which makes it scarier.

Claude S (es) wrote: As always Davies' approach is poetic and deeply moving.

Mark B (es) wrote: Here is precisely why the upcoming 'Tristan' movie has my stomach in knots. Perceval aka Parzival, with several versions (Eschenbach & De Troyes being the best known, as well as an enormous opera by Wagner) is another of the great medieval stories. It deals with a youth of noble birth, brought up in the woods by his mother to be ignorant of all things knightly, because combat took his father's life. He is all set to do that, until a troop of knights enters the forest and he decides he wants to join the ranks at the Round Table. From there, this young fool, full of compassion, goes on a quest for the Holy Grail. The Rohmer version presented here is interesting on paper. The cast has some pedigree, the Perceval is a good choice. Rohmer is critically praised, and he adapted the source material into modernized French but kept the poetic structure of De Troyes' original language. So it would seem to be a home run, right? Wrong. The thing that kills this story is that it is staged as a trite little medieval play, complete with a tiny stage, little chorus band on authentic instruments, and also silly costumes. As the story unfolds, the acting is stilted, the sets out of a fifth grade play, and the band a pathetic accompaniement. One gets the sense of "Waiting for Guffman in Armor", and it all falls flat. They also cut out much of the context for why Perceval seems a young fool at first (isolation, mother's volition) that makes his ridiculous behavior in the book understandable, but here totally absurd. If 'Tristan' follows the same tack of picking the wrong artistic approach or improper cutting of the source, then it will be sunk too. These films rely so much on the context of the time, and the plots are so integrated, that judicious cutting and writing are in order, or else! Then again, what did you expect from the French, a culture that is incapable of making great movies. All the big revered directors had one or two really good/great films and many duds (Godard, Renoir, Jeunet, Cocteau) or none at all: Melville is boring, Rohmer cliched, imports Bunuel & Dreyer stink. There are some solid French filmmakers: Dassin, Fonteyne, Kassovitz, but only one is great: the incomparable Francois Truffaut. Then again, his work isn't very French, lacking the reams of analytic thought or pithy aphorisms that mar most French films, like Godard's recent turkey 'Eloge a L'amour'. Nor is he obsessed with weirdness or graphic depictions, like Jeunet, Besson, or the nauseating Ozon & the *disgusting* Noe. If only all these guys tried to imitate Truffaut rather than 70's Scorsese, France might have a decent national cinema. So here's hoping that the latest 'Tristan' adventure avoids being a disaster like the 1978 'Perceval'. The crew adapting it seems better this time around, especially not being French, but this outing from the 1970 reveals just how wrong things can go when adapting a classic story. I want a 'Tristan' movie worthy of its predecessors, not one to rank with the turkeys of today.

August M (es) wrote: The very essence of cool! If anyone ever asks "What is COOL?" I will point them in the direction of this film. What's so great about this film's particular brand of cool is it's a non-showy, quiet cool that is pulled off with utter confidence by Melville. A quirky cast of characters gets together to pull off a major heist: a recently released criminal, an escaped convict, and an alcoholic former policeman. Fate conspires to place them all together and to face off against an unorthodox detective. I enjoyed the film very much but the 25 minute heist scene, which is almost completely silent, really elevated the film. Masterfully achieved, I can see how that scene alone inspired a number of heist movies to come after It's too bad, then, that the final shootout is a little hokey and on-the-nose. Still, the ending does not ruin the movie so much as end it with a whimper, rather than a bang.

Joe O (de) wrote: Didn't like it at all


Gerard M (es) wrote: Sad and dark, but well interesting and memorable.

Miguel A (ca) wrote: difcil no admirar a vontade quase punk que "Basket Case" demonstra ao atirar-se a um gnero exigente (o terror feito de criaturas deformadas), com uns poucos milhares de dlares na mo e uma equipa tcnica muito mais eficiente a fazer salpicar sangue do que nas animaes stop-motion. A verdade que "Basket Case" tem para contar uma fbula bizarra, que, mesmo sombra de todas as limitaes, sai dignificada por ter um princpio, um meio e um fim (quantos b-movies podem gabar-se do mesmo?). Assim at se perdoa todos os momentos em que o monstrinho de culto de Frank Henenlotter perde a graa e entra em modo puramente desleixado.

Daniel P (nl) wrote: Stylishly written and directed, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a thoughtful and fascinating film.