The Last Time I Saw Macao
Part memoir, part city symphony, part noir-ish B-movie adventure, the new feature from critically acclaimed film-making duo João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata (To Die Like a Man) is a sensual, shape-shifting ode to one of the world's most mythic, alluring and exoticized cities.
Two filmmakers leave to Macao in an adventure of discovery of a city-labyrinth, multicultural and mysterious, where the memories of the childhood - featured memories by the lived reality in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: One of the first films ever to be shot on location, in the gorgeous South Pacific, Tabu is a beautiful and tragic story that captures Polynesian life that at the time of its production was largely unknown to the western world. F.W. Murnau shows what a true film gem he was and it makes it all the more unfortunate that this was his last work, he died in a car crash that very prematurely ended his outstanding career.
(au) wrote: Worst Movie In The World. Horrible Acting. Horrible Plot. Horrible to think this is like the Godfather. Horrible Movie. Horrible.
(jp) wrote: I never knew Sirius was having so much trouble
(gb) wrote: Lame! Got served Knock off
(ca) wrote: I gave this indie a shot, and although I give these guys credit for going out there and getting a movie made, the end product was a sad waste. I don't understand why all these young filmmakers think that throwing a bunch of graphically violent scenes together constitutes a movie. Plot, characters, etc...those are all important if you want to be noticed as a filmmaker. I don't even recommend this if you're really bored and there is nothing else at your disposal. Read a book instead.
(ru) wrote: Not that good not worth watching in my eyes..
(it) wrote: Depicts some difficult situations immigrants can face.
(jp) wrote: So this is how Patch Adams got started I imagine.
(it) wrote: Vammpires with tongue and cheek but just like in real life.... daddy wannted more tongue.... it just wasnt consistently riduculous enough... bruce does an ok job but lacks the screen time to really make me chuckle. such an absurd idea so undermined...
(au) wrote: Om homoifili uten ? v?re teit eller ukomfortabelt. Skikkelig 80-tallsstemning, med en del kul musikk. Steve Buscemi og hans rolle utmerker seg.
(it) wrote: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 (1991) Hong Kong Godfather (In Chinese with English subtitles) ACTION There are two types of movies called "Hong Kong Godfather" one made in 1985 which I have somewhere and then there's the one released in 1991 which I did manage to uncover and re-watch. And that the reason I'm submitting my review here is because the other "Hong Kong Godfather" from 1991 is not even acknowledged on the RT registry. Anyways, the set up is a common one to see in many Hong Kong films with the only difference is that it only a backdrop to the action scenes. It regards the father(top triad) Chinese mafia boss with one biological son and one adopted son by principle. The biological son is evil and a self absorbed backstabber while the adoptive one has good intentions and means well. The actual son wants to take over his fathers reign except that the father hates his son's guts since he's caused him so much trouble resulting to both sons clashing with one another. By looking at the large scale of things there are also familiar remnants from other films such as "The Rebel Without A Cause" because of the 'race scene' to John Woo's The Killer" because there is one on here as well as other Hong Kong movies with guns in them. Some of the action sequences are inventive and amazing that it's hard to keep up with the action scenes with just one showing. Yes, it's another one those movies which the action scenes standout than the movie itself for it's predictable. This rating is for it's action scenes, and if you're looking for a great storyline or plot look somewhere else. the movie also stars veteran Hong Kong actors also singer Andy Lau and Simon Yam. 3 out of 4 stars
(au) wrote: Glad my husband stumbled on this film during a fit of insomnia. Odd, incongruous, plotless, and real. Good use of music. Dinah Washington - hearing This Bitter Earth - worth the price of admission, alone.
(nl) wrote: who couldnt guess this ending ?