The Warrior Didi and the Ninja Lili

The Warrior Didi and the Ninja Lili

Our story unfolds during the twentieth century first decades. Lili is the beloved daughter of a young army officer who had been sent to the eastern front of battle in Asia...

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Andrew S (gb) wrote: This film contains every rom-com cliche known to man. In fact, I think it contains every non rom-com cliche as well. Which is surprising, given how original Ricky Gervais usually is.

Gregory M (de) wrote: The only good thing about the movie is its leading ladies. They were all exceptional! The mothers were only half the movie, the other half belongs to the sons. Their stories were too weak, the wrting there was as unimaginative as possible. Their characters were so dull that the mothers had an easy job stealing all the scenes from them. It wants to present itself as a very open-minded movie but in the end it manages to end up being a big unsatisfactory,stereotypical one.

Kate M (fr) wrote: heartbreaking. I love him.

Desmond L M (au) wrote: I love this movie wit ice tee

Lee B (gb) wrote: One of the coolest movies ever made. Im a tarrintino fan, and this is his best in my opinion.

Zachary L (fr) wrote: I needed a nice classic Stephen Chow film to get me back to the roots of my love for HK cinema. Why I never saw this earlier escapes me. Easily on par with other classics Chow films like Fight Back to School, Royal Tramp, etc. As other reviews have said if you're not used to Chow's earlier works this might seem a little too out there, but this is 90s-era HK cinema at it's finest!

Charles P (kr) wrote: The exhilaration of learning and teaching, be it in school life or in the training of a wild kestrel, has rarely been captured more shrewdly or appealingly.

David F (it) wrote: The movie it's self was kinda ehh... But it had a really unique plot.

Thomas W (it) wrote: Woe is me and anybody else pulled into the high drama found at the center of About Alex, a modern-day take of The Big Chill in which a group of college friends reunite and reminisce about what they either had or didn't have in college when life was a bit less stressful and they all believed life would end up as planned. After one of their number attempts suicide, the other six rush back to be by his side vowing never to sugarcoat the act or high-stakes situation. The film is one dramatic revelation after another and it makes me wonder how any of these guys remained friends after college. Jason Ritter plays the suicidal Alex while Maggie Grace, Max Greenfield, Aubrey Plaza and Max Minghella play the remaining college and post-college friends.

Simeon T (au) wrote: A misfire. The outfits are funny, and Andrew Daly really stands out in a small role, but most of the humour seems curiously missing and there are two dreadful scenes, one of which involving an incestuous brother that I had to fast forward. This movie made it clear Will Ferrell's sports movies ran out of gas, at least for the time being.