One night a textile worker is sexually assaulted by five deviants. The young lady tries to cope with the aftermath of this dramatic event but her life is ruined. Like a shattered vase, the pieces can be put back together but it'll never be the same. Cheng get's a job as a bar girl. She meets the club's owner who was a former kung-fu fighter until he was crippled. Cheng uses her position as a B-girl to go after the losers who raped her, She soon learns from a sleazy doctor that she has contracted a dark V.D. called Viet-Nam Rose. Crushed, she begs Lo Lieh to teach her kung-fu. At first he refuses until he learns her secret. Furious, Lo Lieh teaches her his deadly fight techniques (such as a groin crunching blow).
One night a textile worker is sexually assaulted by five deviants. The young lady tries to cope with the aftermath of this dramatic event but her life is ruined. Like a shattered vase, the pieces can be put back together but it'll never be the same. Cheng get's a job as a bar girl. She meets the club's owner who was a former kung-fu fighter until he was crippled. Cheng uses her position as a B-girl to go after the losers who raped her, She soon learns from a sleazy doctor that she has contracted a dark V.D. called Viet-Nam Rose. Crushed, she begs Lo Lieh to teach her kung-fu. At first he refuses until he learns her secret. Furious, Lo Lieh teaches her his deadly fight techniques (such as a groin crunching blow). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Florence (kr) wrote: Estudo bem-humorado sobre o "jeitinho" romeno, filme mostra a criatividade com que pessoas comuns desenvolvem esquemas para contornar os absurdos do cotidiano, como na poca do regime de Nicolae Ceausescu (1918-1989). Uma fina ironia percorre seis episdios que baseiam-se em "lendas urbanas" do perodo que o governo comunista romeno definia como "a era do ouro".
Guy L (jp) wrote: My kind of film. A realistic drama about the dark side of life. At times feeling like `Falling Down` with Michael Douglas. The main character does what I think alot of us would love to do. To trash all the lies and illusions in our comtemporary lives to liberate and find peace for once before we take on the final chapter of life. Recommended to anyone who`s going through a mid-life crisis or simply someone who desperately needs to know that they are not alone in believing that we have lost all that is important in life, honesty, morality and hope.
Kyle M (nl) wrote: I would like to see the other films of the Herbie series, and it seems that Herbie's return for the modern audiences maybe pleasant for old fans. This good family racing film, released a year before Pixar's "Cars," was a good finale of Lohan's good image of her time with Disney. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
gustavmarkovic31 (es) wrote: predictable, and unfunny is never a good combination. great cast, most of it, let down badly by over-sentimental plotlines and stupid storylines. the human actors, especially the girl, are very good, but some of the voices are just over-the-top unfunny, and do not shine through. could have been alot better.
Christopher K (es) wrote: Yes, more effort could have been put into this movie's production, but it's a decent sequel to the original.
Dann M (ca) wrote: Inspired by a Philip K. Dick short story, Paycheck is an adrenaline packed sci-fi thriller. Starring Ben Affleck, Aaron Eckhart, Uma Thurman, and Paul Giamatti, the film features an impressive cast (though Thurman's performance is exceptionally poor). The plot follows a reverse engineer named Michael Jennings who finds himself on the run from federal agents after completing a job in which his memory was erased; but he left himself a series of clues (in the form of 20 random items) to kept himself alive and avoid capture. The writing is rather clever in how it spins the mystery as to how Jennings will use the innocuous items he sent himself to change his future. Think too hard and the whole seeing the future thing kind of falls apart, but on the surface it works. And, director John Woo delivers several intense chases and fight sequences that energize the film. There are some problems here and there, but overall Paycheck is a fun and entertaining adventure.
Katie G (jp) wrote: A bit confusing the first time through, and you really must watch it a few times to pick up on everything, but it's a very interesting movie with a twist ending.
Vikram T (de) wrote: please rakeshji stop with the double role.
Kevin L (gb) wrote: I don't know why but I just love this movie. I think it's the organic characters.
Stuart K (us) wrote: It had to happen, after Smokey and the Bandit became the second highest grossing film in 1977, Universal ordered a sequel, although it came a year or two later than they would have liked, due to it's director and stars' commitments to other films. It's not as good as the first film, but it does have a good finale out in the middle of the desert, but it's good to see the cast back together. This time, Big Enos Burdett (Pat McCormick) is campaigning to become Governor of Texas, and he needs a crate delivered from Miami. He calls upon the services of The Bandit (Burt Reynolds), who has become an alcoholic, and split from Carrie (Sally Field), but the Bandit's partner Cledus (Jerry Reed) convinces him to take on one last job. So, down to Miami they go, and they find their cargo to be an elephant called Charlotte, and they end up with Italian gynaecologist Dr. Frederico Carlucci (Dom DeLuise) with them, but Sheriff Buford T. Justice (Jackie Gleeson) is back on their tail again, and he's calling in his family to help catch the Bandit. It's a very silly film, even more silly as it's an excuse for Reynolds and DeLuise to spar off each other, (see the outtakes at the end for proof), but director Hal Needham keeps the mood up, and the action is always work the watch, but don't expect anything more.
Scott R (mx) wrote: Not a bad take on the aftermath of the OK corral. It was serious though and not for the light hearted. Garner was strong.
007 W (ca) wrote: Meet the parents is pretty good
SagaciousFrank (fr) wrote: Watched 'Red Dragon' again tonight for the first time in some years, and I was rather impressed. I recall liking it on the first viewing, but I enjoyed it just as much this time, if not more. All the cast play their respective roles very well, but of course Anthony Hopkins shines as the intelligent but insane and creepy Hannibal Lecter, and Ralph Fiennes is equally brilliant as the primary 'Red Dragon' villain.'Red Dragon' is also well paced and proves Brett Ratner is a capable director given the right material and careful effort. It's a shame that he hasn't succeeded in making more films of this quality. I watched this on Blu Ray, and one other thing to note here is that the picture quality is strong, but the audio design in particular is executed very nicely at just the right cinematic moments and sounds good in surround. 4.5/5
Matthew N (ru) wrote: "It's not a ghost story. It's a story with a ghost in it." As young Judith Cushing mutters this line in the first act, she describes the film in its entirety. While clearly taking queues from the horror genre, Del Toro's Crimson Peak is a romance film with horror in it, something that hasn't really been done, most certainly as well as Del Toro manages, at least. From the beautiful set designs, wardrobe, and soundtrack, the film has everything going for it. The performances are serviceable and never detract from the over all tone of the film. The only thing really holding it back, though, is that the film never actually commits to what it wants to be. It isn't romantic enough to be a love story. It isn't frightening enough to be a horror flick. What it is, though, is absolutely beautiful.