A computer engineer is kidnapped and tortured. Since then, his girlfriend senses he's no longer the same person, and becomes convinced that something supernatural is corrupting his soul. The cop assigned to the case is also determined to get to the bottom of the case. The truth is more frightening than either had anticipated.
- Stars:Tony Leung Ka Fai, Ching Wan Lau, Amy Kwok, Emily Kwan, Man Cheong Chan, Tony Chiu, Collin Chou, King-fai Chung, Kong Fu Keung, Shiu Hung Hui, Suki Kwan, Yiu-Cheung Lai, Wai-Kai Law, David Lee, Joe Lee,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Ringo Lam,
- Writer:Ringo Lam, Joe Ma
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The Victim torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Watched with Shanu and Kiran at its premier during a Doxa festival showing in West Vancouver. The filmmakers had a Skype Q&A from New York City afterwards.
(jp) wrote: It's ok. Not something I'd watch again... but was ok.
(mx) wrote: Can't give it 5 stars cause it's not got everything I like in a movie.I can't even recommend it to everyone... If you like intense, thought-provoking media however, this one's for you.Fair warning: the viewing is torturous; it is intensely rewarding.
(gb) wrote: Un amusant petit film l'humour britannique voir jusqu'au bout! :)
(es) wrote: I was all "ooo look at the voice talent I should watch that". Don't make the same mistake I did.
(us) wrote: The Broken Lizard comedy group, consisting of Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske and Paul Soter had started off at Colgate University, New York and gained fame for their brand of comedy. Their first feature, Puddle Cruiser (1996) was made at Colgate University for $160,000, and it enabled them to make this old-fashioned and incredibly daft old school comedy. Set in the community of Spurbury, Vermont, which is very near the Canadian border, the film focuses on an inept group of State Troopers, consisting of Arcot "Thorny" Ramathorn (Chandrasekhar), MacIntyre "Mac" Womack (Lemme), Jeff Foster (Soter), rookie Robert "Rabbit" Roto (Stolhanske) and troublemaker Rodney "Rod" Farva (Heffernan), who are all under the command of Captain John O'Hagan (Brian Cox), who warns the troopers that the station is up for closure unless they get their act together and improve results. When they come across a shipment with 130 kilos of marijuana, they investigate further. It's the sort of comedy that National Lampoon would have killed for back in the 1980's, but it still manages to work, and there's a lot of infantile humour, some of it works, and some of it doesn't. But there's a good camaraderie between the cast, which holds the film together. Broken Lizard returned with Club Dread (2004).
(kr) wrote: One of the things that was really cool about "From Dusk Till Dawn" is that it wasn't shot like a horror movie. It looked like a crime thriller, and when the Vampires hit it was out of nowhere...totally unexpected (if you didn't read a synopsis that is). For the most part, this is shot like a cheap horror movie, and despite trying to start off with a whole heist plot, you know from the start it is a horror movie and you just want it to get to the point. It is hard to make a movie designed to have a major plot point come out of left field when you are a sequel. The music is also terrible and the movie just never clicked for me, not in the same way that the original did.
(nl) wrote: Uneven political satire with flashes of brilliance.
(es) wrote: I have no clue what I've just seen.
(au) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
(br) wrote: it was ben gazzara weekend and this is a magnificent movie. he's in almost every scene of the movie and gives this unlikeable guy so much depth. so many scenes have these touching moral moments that aren't preachy or judgmental. it's how things are, but however they got approval to shoot this in singapore is baffling.
(es) wrote: Tarzan finds a son. What more do I need to say?