In the final days of the year 1999, most everyone in Taiwan has died. A strange plague has ravished the island. Supposedly spread by cockroaches, the disease sends its victims into a psychosis where they act like the insects. Eventually, they die. The Hole takes place in a crumbling apartment building. Its two protagonists live right above and below each other. The woman is on the lower floor, and the pipes above her apartment are leaking fiercely, threatening to destroy her food supply, not to mention her sanity. She calls a plumber to go check it out, and he accidentally pokes a hole through the floor of the man's apartment. The two have never met before, and they come into contact through the hole.
- Stars:Kuei-Mei Yang, Kang-sheng Lee, Tien Miao, Hui-Chin Lin, Hsiang-Chu Tong, Lin Kun-huei, Jacques Picoux,
- Country:Taiwan, France
- Director:Ming-liang Tsai,
- Writer:Ming-liang Tsai, Pi-ying Yang
A strange disease starts to affect people in Taiwan just before the year 2000. The authorities order everyone to evacuate, but some tenants of an apartment building stay put, including a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hole torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I thought this movie kicked ass! Kinda like Pulp Fiction, meets Harold and Kumar, go to White Castle. Go see it bitches!! Two thumbs up!!
(it) wrote: Worst movie I have seen in a long time. Weak plot and waffly characters, but at least the dog is cute.
(au) wrote: A fantastic creepy flick.
(ag) wrote: A suspenseful and ultimately creepy creature feature.
(fr) wrote: Fun and great story. Also I love the soundtrack the song called " Unforgettable summer love " is a wonderful song.
(fr) wrote: An awfully bleak and depressing drama that doesn't offer us any door or way in to connect with a deplorable alcoholic who only wants to die and a pitiable prostitute in need of his love - and her interview scenes are just intrusive, unnecessary and heavy-handed like most of the script.
(es) wrote: probably the most heartbreaking film I have ever seen.
(jp) wrote: Very, very 80's, but pretty fun.
(fr) wrote: nothing appeals to me here
(es) wrote: Slater plays a nutter well. Underated actor...
(de) wrote: Based on the life of Sgt. Alvin York, who single-handedly captured over 120 German troops during combat in World War 1, Gary Cooper shines in the title role. "Sgt. York" is a pretty good movie, but there are better ones. It has romance, moral conflict and fair action scenes. The acting is pretty well done, especially Cooper's performance. Many of the actors, especially the one who plays York's younger brother, seem to just recite their lines instead of making the words coming from their mouths their own. The directing is also pretty well done, but it's not spectacular. The battle scenes could have been done much better. The battle scenes are well done, although it is pretty obvious when the scene is shot in a studio, as the sky in the background is obviously fake. Only see this movie because of the story behind it, not for the movie itself.
(fr) wrote: Many will be surprised that I am reviewing this film, especially twenty years after it was released, but it was Directed by the legendary, Brian De Palma, making it a must see for me. In general, I find these huge franchise films to be fun, some are better than others, but that's usually based on the writing and the cast. In watching the first of the Mission: Impossible films, my expectations were very high, and while Tom Cruise didn't disappoint, Brian De Palma certainly did. The king of mystery could have developed a better story than this. The action sequences were impressive and the special effects were way over the top, but I still felt the story could have been developed a lot more. Maybe being the first film in an eventual franchise, producers wanted to give the series as much action and explosions as possible. If that was the case, they should have called Michael Bay, this film has all the makings of one of his films, not a De Palma film. That being said, the bottom line is that first mission is exactly what you'd expect it to be. Student replacing teacher, in a film that's one chase and fire fight after another. It was entertaining, but not something that requires a whole lot of thinking.
(br) wrote: A desert-set, men-on-a-mission movie complete with jabbering jihadis, macho hysteria and the occasional extraterrestrial waving its tentacles in the background as if to say: ??Isn??t this supposed to be about me???
(ru) wrote: Underwhelming effort from director Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde; Little Big Man) that comes off as a mishmash of bad 70s melodrama: infidelity; crime; guns; nudity, and endless self-absorbed exchanges between characters searching to find themselves - all combining for an ultimately unsatisfying end. Notable as the fist credited performance by Melanie Griffith (only 17, already naked) and an early work of James Woods. "Night Moves" saving grace is lead Gene Hackman, who does his best to rise above this by-the-numbers story and direction. A detective flick that never quite moves the viewer enough to inevitably care how it all ends.
(fr) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.