The film centralizes on the storyline after Tai Fei (Anthony Wong) obtains branch leader status after Young and Dangerous 4. Tai Fei discovers he has a son, and soon realizes that he is a triad member involved in the Tung Sing gang which deals in narcotics. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jonathon L (ru) wrote: Best Film Iv'e Seen In A Very Long Time, Phil Daniels Is Brilliant In It! Extremely Funny And Well Written, Carry On Takin The Mushrooms Boys LOL
Jose Luis M (kr) wrote: Entretenida comedia , basa su hilaridad en los personajes secundarios , para pasar el rato.
Matty S (us) wrote: Whatever cinematic genius Gallo was able to put forward with his directorial debut, BUFFALO 66, seems to have fully evaporated in this odd and self-absorbed exercise in boredom. I suppose this movie is best known for Sevigny and Gallo performing unsimulated oral sex. Like the whole movie, this sex act is dull and unerotic. But, perhaps that is somehow the point. There is none. This referential take on the 1970's road trip movie is ponderous and filmed like a 1970's hairspray advert. A total waste of time.
The Keith (it) wrote: A feel good movie with a good cast.
Matt K (it) wrote: No, it sucks. Boring and sucky.
Kerby H (nl) wrote: Jeremy Irons wasn't Oscar worthy. I liked him better in The Lion King.
Christina K (mx) wrote: Just awesome, really. Also, cameo by the best fake beard ever.
Michael D (mx) wrote: Outrageous craziness.
Neil W (au) wrote: The mirror scene aside, this is awful. Just four obnoxious brothers being rude and unpleasant to everyone for no reason.
Russ V (nl) wrote: For the incredibly low standards set by other movies from The Asylum, Hercules Reborn is actually quite good. When compared to movies from Hollywood studios, or even from other independent studios, this, like all of The Asylum's movies, is not good at all, but if you know what you're getting into Hercules Reborn is a fun enough way to kill an hour and a half, or if nothing else, it'd be good background noise. It'd also be worth noting that movies from The Asylum are generally made for well under a million dollars.
james f (nl) wrote: never stop to be funny, the second funniest film of all time
Chris W (mx) wrote: Based on the Broad way musical of the same name, this is the epic story of finding the balance between tradition and progress. It's set in the Orthodox Jewish section of the tiny Russian ghetto town called Anatevka in the early 1900s. This film is a bit overlong, and a little boring here and there, but aside from that, it is wonderful. It works better as a stage production, but it's still fine as a film. For the longest time, everything I knew about Jewish culture came from this film. It's portrayal of the Jewish people and culture (specifically Russian Jews) is quite accurate by many accounts, but a little laughable and stereotypical if taken out of context. I really like this movie, and it is one of my favorite musicals, but this isn't something I can bring myself to watch very often. It's a good story, but man, it's so depressing. I guess in the long run the story has a happier ending, but if you discount that, it's got a very bittersweet conclusion that seems to further reinforce the idea that Jews have such a miserable and downbeat history. The acting is mostly pretty great. Some are better than others, though. It was controversial to cast him, but Topol makes for a great Tevye. It would have been awesome had they gotten Zero Mostel to reprise the role though. The music is basically the star of the show, and it's essentially flawless..unless you don't like musicals. If that's the case though, then you have no business watching this. I also really love the sets, costumes, and the camera work. The attention to detail is fantastic, and things just look gorgeous. I'll conclude this review with an interesting story: my dad, good Roman Catholic man that he is, enjoys this story so much that he tried to persuade my mom to name me Lazar Wolf instead of the name I ended up with. That's awesome.
Bill M (ag) wrote: Raw and shockingly candid even by today's standards, much more so than Shaft or Superfly.