A night like any other in the streets of Hong Kong: in the midst of the tangle of night-owls, cars and vendors, a group of passengers climbs aboard a minibus that is to take them from Mongkok to Tai Po. The group is as diverse as the city: there’s a young man on drugs, an arguing couple, a woman with prayer beads and a girl who has just fallen in love. And behind the wheel sits the chatty driver. But as the bus emerges from a tunnel, everything is suddenly quite still: the streets and buildings are all empty and there’s not a soul to be seen; it’s as if everyone has suddenly been swallowed by the earth. Only the millions of neon lights continue to blink, as if nothing has happened. The eclectic group of passengers seek refuge in a deserted café and discuss what they should do. Then they make an horrific discovery…
Writer:Fai-Hung Chan (screenplay), Fruit Chan (screenplay), Ho-Yan Kong (screenplay)
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Sgt C (jp) wrote: (43%)A lukewarm crime caper featuring a strong cast that strongly feels like every member happened to be between roles so they each agreed to star in this. Biggest issue here is the script, it's filled with tired cliches, stock characters, weak dialogue, and worn-out plot devices, there are some amusing parts, but really nowhere near enough. If you have only ever seen about 5 films in your entire life then this might be worth a look, but overall this typical catch if you can fluff with a very lame ending.
ken k (us) wrote: Even before I saw this great documentary I was stunned that people still practice Catholicisms! Having this problem uncovered is bad enough but to deny it and even cover it up is the anti Christ to what religion is supposed to do for our lives. My guess is religion in general is in deep trouble and that in the decades to come fewer and fewer will believe the hocus pocus, I am right and you are wrong message of organized religion. They can't all be right! All we really need is the Golden Rule and all the rest is man made rubbish. Ken K.
Xavier G (nl) wrote: Great movie and performance by Barrymore and Grant.
Daisuke N (fr) wrote: There are individual characters, and each of them create an atmosphere of this movie. I couldn't understand almost all they were talking about , though. lol I gotta watch again.
David C (ru) wrote: Very Accurate telling of Sousa.
Joshua S (it) wrote: Hilarious. Marihuana [sic] is evil. hahaha
Thomas T (gb) wrote: There are films that try to be hilarious and serious, and National Security really tried to accomplish this.
Chris D (au) wrote: Dolph Lundgren's best role since Rocky IV...this film is actually almost good.