The Wesley's Mysterious File
Andy Lau is Wesley, investigating alien existence on this earth. He works outside of the MIB-influenced FBI operation, run by Shu Qi and Roy Cheung. They're hot on the trail of the Blue-Blooded Alien (Rosamund Kwan). Two other aliens, the "Warlock Toxin Group," are gunning for her as well -- red maggoty swarming creatures that form into Mark Cheng and Almen Wong.
- Stars:Andy Lau, Rosamund Kwan, Qi Shu, Beverly Hotsprings, Jing Wong, Mark Cheng, Almen Wong Pui-Ha, Roy Cheung, Samuel Pang, Kong Lung, Thomas Hudak, Yo Yo Fong, Tré Shine, Mark Holland, John Ladalski,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Wai-Keung Lau,
- Writer:Kuang Ni (story), Jing Wong (screenplay), Sap Sam Chan (screenplay)
(Cantonese with English subtitles) Andy Lau stars as Wesley, a special agent working in a secret UN department investigating extra-terrestrial sightings. Hot on the trails of a beautiful ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: An intersting (but not brilliant) movie about bullies, high school outcasts and how easy it is in the States to get a weapon and make your dreams of revenge become true. Unfortunately, nothing that the real crime news haven't talk about yet.
(ru) wrote: It's a risk to make a time-travel film out of a superhero film, but that is precisely why Days of Future Past is the best X-Men film since X2, so the risk paid off.
(mx) wrote: Very entertaining family flick.
(gb) wrote: an excellent, visceral journey...superswine come in all ethnicities and nationalities...
(fr) wrote: If you like low budgets lots of nudity, well my friends Barbarian Queen is a hit! Otherwise its awful B-movie trash.
(it) wrote: The wrong movie was called "Intolerable Cruelty".
(nl) wrote: nice charming movie. too bad it didn't have ONE funny line in it.
(ca) wrote: Awesome Hong Hong horror comedy!
(us) wrote: Like his masterpiece Au Revoir Les Enfants 16 years later, Louis Malle crafts his childhood memories into an adorable memoir as a gift to audience. Commonly viewed as precocity in terms of the sexuality and taboo subjects it addresses, I personally think it is more like a revelation of adolescent innocence and tenderness. As time goes by, the avant-garde sexuality is nothing in modern world, but the image of the daring Laurent, who goes where his minds flows without getting involved in secularism too much, is hardly seen now. As for the controversial subject, its beauty lies on its spontaneity, unlike the Bernardo Bertolucci type of pretentiousness and superfluity which arouse criticisms easily. It is more than a great coming-of-age film, but a truthful and timeless art production of the precious childhood memories.
(it) wrote: Enjoyable noir thriller with Dick Powell as an ennui-stricken insurance man who feels the bonds of family man and 9 to 5 grind chafing just a little too much. Investigating the whereabouts of the loot stolen from a firm his company insured, he comes across smoldering femme fatale LIzabeth Scott with (melo)dramatic results. With Raymond Burr as the heavy who saw Lizabeth first, and the remarkably pretty Jane Wyman as Powell's seemingly meek wife. Great shots of 1940s LA and atmospheric photography add charm.
(jp) wrote: This film is based on the book of the same name. The story deals with some very real issues that are not typically dealt with in children's films. The audience does not see what is coming in this story. It deals with 2 outcasts and their struggle against bullies, boredom and breaking out of their shell. I highly recommend this film as it is very unlike a product you would expect out of the Hollywood formula, but am certain this was only produced due to the success of the novel. It is a tearjerker.