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Daniel P (nl) wrote: I appreciate the spirit of this film, but it's unfortunately rife with falsehoods.
Joel M (jp) wrote: 6/10: A Singaporean musical! Colorful, funny and got very catchy tunes! Choy & May as the durian sisters are so delicious! :)
Robin D (br) wrote: Max is an ex-racer after an accident lands him in hospital but there he meets a woman who he soon falls in love with. Suffering from a heart condition that will kill her, she may not last long enough for the right donor. Taking matters into his own hands, he gets back into racing in order to raise enough money to buy a heart but things never go smoothly and soon the police and local mafia are pursuing him. The film is described as a cross between 'John Q and The Fast & The Furious but it's not so. It's a serious film with very few car races, there's a great parkour chase in it too but I enjoyed watching it and don't see why other reviews are giving it such a low score.
Elaine F (de) wrote: this movie was cute and very unique. Peter Paige's first time writing/directing/producing is a nice effort that has a good moral.
Wiebke K (jp) wrote: A great story, very disturbing. Def and Rickman are doing a great job, in very understated ways showing racism at work while making breakthrough discoveries.
Veniea T (de) wrote: I hope that it is good
Chandra R (kr) wrote: an okay movie.. intriguing.
Luke R (kr) wrote: Good B-Movie that could have been a great B-Movie. This could be a great remake if they focus on the Viper more.
robin m (fr) wrote: aw loved this wen i was younger
Tanner B (br) wrote: King Kong Escapes (1967) C-96m. [1 star] D: Arthur Rankin Jr., Ishir Honda. Akira Takarada, guy #1 in slightly ripped gorilla suit, guy #2 surrounded by trash can lids. Desperately contrived "followup" to KING KONG VS GODZILLA is worst of all Japanese monster films. Snarling giant gorilla battles MechaKong, threatening citizens of Japan. Utter crap.
Art S (it) wrote: It's all talk, largely between Juliette Binoche, an aging actress confronted with age, and Kristen Stewart, as her personal assistant. The talk can be fascinating (as when the film's themes tend to break out into the open) or it can be banal (as when the leads deal with contracts, movie offers, and tabloid journalists). Director Olivier Assayas tried this formula once before in Irma Vep (1996), where Maggie Cheung entered the world of French cinema and we saw the personal relationships in that world from behind the scenes but with an outsider's viewpoint. That film is better and takes more exciting risks but The Clouds of Sils Maria also shows Assayas' planning and control, despite his willingness to dash from here to there often without tying things up with a nice bow. The relationship between Bincohe and Stewart is reflective of (or interwoven with) the script of a play that Binoche has been hired to star in, a play that was her first big break in which she earlier played the younger assertive role against an older vulnerable partner in a lesbian relationship. Now she must play the older part. So, we are lost with her in the realms of memory and identity but just as in real life, the film doesn't really dwell on such things long enough for it to become painful. But the Alps look nice.
Adam C (fr) wrote: It was a big enough mistake to make part 2. Part 4 actually looks alright though, but I still have no intention of seeing this one.