To Be Number One

To Be Number One

The story of Ho, a chinese peasant/slave worker who escapes to Hong Kong and becomes one of the most feared crime bosses in Hong Kong.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:Cantonese,English,Mandarin,Thai,Hakka
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:gang,   violence,   corruption,  

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Akeem L (ru) wrote: Eddie Murphy was awesome!

Chris D (br) wrote: Those wanting a more heartwarming short like last year's Paperman won't find it here, but Get A Horse is nonetheless a clever and truly unique animated short which puts the genius himself, Walt Disney, in the best Mickey Mouse voice-work on screen.

Jennifer P (gb) wrote: This movie is so offensive, so painful on so many levels, that it made me question why I ever liked any Full Moon movie in the first place. It has exactly one good part: Karen Black's cameo slyly referencing her role in Trilogy Of Terror. Even that was sloppily executed and isn't enough to redeem this turd. I miss the days when Full Moon made movies that were actually fun to watch.

Enrique S F (us) wrote: Again, like the one above, it doesn't offer anything new, a prequel uninteresting and that of truth does not give absolutely no fear, nor even the screamers are good, we can say that each film has the same elements (the same scares, the same deaths and the same end) but with a history little original (a story that has some connection with the original frame but that at the end remains uninteresting and boring) that exceeds by very little difference to its second part, but continues to offer the same and it is not entertaining.review en Espaol:Otra vez, como la anterior, no ofrece nada nuevo, una precuela poco interesante y que de verdad no da absolutamente nada de miedo, ni siquiera los screamers son buenos, se puede decir que cada pelcula tiene los mismos elementos (los mismos sustos, las mismas muertes y los mismos finales) pero con una historia poco original (una historia que tiene alguna relacin con la trama original pero que al final sigue siendo poco interesante y aburrida) que supera por muy poca diferencia a su segunda parte, pero sigue ofreciendo lo mismo y no es para nada entretenida.

Graham B (ca) wrote: A rather dreadful film about a vile London hustler who lives his life on the edge as he is approaching 30 (gasp) and his best friend, with whom he is in love (double gasp)is getting married to his dull girlfriend.A crap story, badly acted with a tedious voice over. A terrible film.

Cevher B (jp) wrote: kitabindan daha degisik fakat az da olsa ayni hisleri uyandiran bir film olmus :)

Alberto M (it) wrote: Worth watching eating chips! an incredible almost noising steady rhythm, a bit slow, a bit confused, a bit too freaky. Just funny.

Carol H (mx) wrote: The film really lives up to its title. For lack of a better word, "Camp" is, well, campy.

Alaura S (ru) wrote: i really ike this movie. its kinda cheesy, but i love it

Archibald T (ag) wrote: After making the hugely successful 'Sleepless in Seattle', writer/director Nora Ephron decided to remake a french film called 'Le Pre Nol est une ordure' aka 'Santa is a Bastard. I've never seen THAT film, but something tells me it might be funnier considering that it has the word Bastard in it and is referring to Santa. The basic set up of that film is sort of duplicated here with a few changes for the American audience. Ephron has had her share of hits and misses. This was one of them. Her humor here is relatively cutesy without being dark. Also it's annoying when all the characters are being played by these big named actors and are at the same time forced to be funny. This film takes place around Christmas time with a group of Suicide preventioners who also lead lonely, desperate lives themselves. Philip and Catherine, along with Mrs. Munchnick, churn out their best life saving methods to those needing saved! It must not be doing good since their landlord is evicting them on Christmas Eve. There's a stalled elevator, a seaside strangler, a merry transvestite dance sequence, a loud mouth pregnant woman, a fruit cake, Adam Sandler with his ukulele and a series of Christmas songs that literally make you want to kill yourself.Now this film has it's moments that are funny. The transvestite dance sequence and a few little minor moments made me chuckle, but there were toooooooooo many annoying ones. Like the elevator scene which was so stupid. I mean were the characters deaf? Could they not hear Mrs. Munchnick stuck in the elevator all that time?! REALLY?!! And there's the series of slapstick moments that were so forced, so, so forced it was sad. I think if I was around these people for a long period of time I would kill myself too. Overall, I want to see the original instead.

Michael D (jp) wrote: Hugely under-rated British horror movie (directed by a Pole) that is better, for me, than the extremely silly but far more celebrated 'Don't Look Now'. 'The Shout' has brilliant sound-design, innovative editing and a perfect cast, with a storyline that intrigues, reels you in and keeps you mesmerised once you are hooked. The three central perormances are spot-on but Susannah York is oddly the creepiest thing about this movie, and yes, The Shout itself is pretty darn good.If, like me, you are a fan of off-beat, imaginative horror then you reallly need to see this - an under-appreciated horror gem.

Sarah J (es) wrote: Theme song courtesy of Franco Nero.

Kristina Z (fr) wrote: I've read good things about it.

Private U (ru) wrote: Seen better Fassbinder movies. Not worth.

Terri H (it) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

Mariah A (ru) wrote: 8/10:fresh: Full review coming soon

Matt H (gb) wrote: Interesting time capsule and inside view of history and politics. James Carville is a really interesting figure, and is almost more the focal point than Bill Clinton.