Through a famous painting "South Street Festival", a Taiwanese college boy unexpectedly travels 100 years back in time, back to the 1920's, when Taiwan was under Japanese rule. He is stuck, he panics, he wants to return to 2014 but soon changes his mind, not just because of the prettiest geisha girl in town...
- Category:Fantasy, Drama, Comedy
- Stars:Arya Babbar, Ju-Ge-Liang, Sonia Sui, Chris Wang, Chien Man-Shu, Liren Li, Yi Lee, Cheng Pin Chao, Hsin-Ling Chung, Su Joo, June, Kenji Kasai, Lotus Wang, Pong Fong Wu, Gou-Liang Chu,
- Director:Tien-Lun Yeh,
- Writer:Tan-Ching Yeh, Tan-Ching Yeh, Tien-Lun Yeh
A Taiwanese college boy incidentally travels 100 years back in time through a well-known paintng "South Street Festival". Stuck in the year of 1920, when Taiwan was under Japanese rule, he wants to return to 2014. A series of hilarious events occur along with the appearance of a beautiful geisha girl leading to change his mind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Twa-tiu-tiann torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Terrible picture, terrible screenplay, terrible visual effects, terrible comedy, terrible..., terrible....Everything is fcking nonsense, full of goofs, and illogical actions. Some scenes repeated (more than) two times.The worst move I've ever watch. Really wasting my 91 minutes
(es) wrote: excellent, highly recommended.
(ca) wrote: A movie that could have been good and original, but in the final act steals an iconic ending from Star Trek II in a way that really doesn't work well.
(nl) wrote: Hey, a good finnish horror movie actually exists! Some very good creeping, atmospheric terror and some really solid acting too. The sparingly used special effects work well. I'd give this 5 stars, but the story doesn't really stay together as well as it could. Still a must see for any fan of the genre.
(jp) wrote: Loads of blood and gore, especially for a TV movie, in this horror movie where serial killers are sentenced to an asylum for the criminally insane. There are several different kinds of serial killers shown here, and they all get a little time in the spotlight when the power goes off and their cells unlock. The acting is only fair, but I found this quite watchable.
(mx) wrote: i don't know why it received low rating
(ru) wrote: great film! funny and so wisely
(jp) wrote: HORRIBLE. Don't bother watcing. I know many straight-edge folk who could play a better junkie than Ms. Jane.
(br) wrote: Written, produced and directed by Walter Hill (The Long Riders (1980), Southern Comfort (1981) and 48 Hrs. (1982)), this is a straight-up remake of Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo (1960), and while it does have a very good cast, something is a bit off-kilter about this. It doesn't help that it's a very moody film, and it is quite flat, when a film like this is begging to be a fun romp, but it misses the point big time. Set in Prohibition-era Texas in the early 1930's, it has a man calling himself John Smith (Bruce Willis) drawing up in a small town called Jericho, near the Mexican border with a meagre population of just 57. Smith finds himself up against 2 rival bootleg families. The Italians, led by Fredo Strozzi (Ned Eisenberg) and the Irish led by Doyle (David Patrick Kelly). The town's sheriff Ed Galt (Bruce Dern), is powerless to stop the crimewave, but when Smith kills one of Doyle's men, he join's Strozzi's gang, and Doyle retaliates by getting his right hand man Hickey (Christopher Walken) to intervene when their smuggling from Mexico, but Smith uses this to bring down both gangs. It should have been a good action film, but it's too serious, when something like this is shouting out to be cheesy fun. Seeing as Yojimbo was remade as A Fistful of Dollars (1964), that makes this version somewhat redundant. But it needs some wisecracks from Willis, and more insane action, then it would have worked.
(jp) wrote: Has one of the best plot twist of all time
(es) wrote: I want to see Buscemi's drag.
(it) wrote: John Hughes' final directorial effort before his self imposed exile. This was such a big deal back in '91 despite it being the least of Hughes' incredible body of work. Built around the effortless charm of child actor Alison Porter, Jim Belushi when his career was at its highest (y'know, before running his goodwill into the ground with 8 seasons of According To Jim) and Kelly Lynch poised to be the biggest female star up until when that Julia Roberts swooped in. This movie is a nostalgic trip of the time more so than being a great movie. Enjoyable, sweet and John Hughes knows how to film an impressive montage, it however lacks the soul of his revered writing and ends up being overtly contrived. Still gives me that warm, fuzzy feeling.
(gb) wrote: This movie was awful, but so laughable at times I'd be lying to say it didn't have some humorous value. The scene with the woman being dragged to her doom by a bedsheet protruding from the bed, and the gentleman who has his hands chewed into pristine, clean, non-bloody skeleton hands is a hoot.
(ca) wrote: Uniquely controversial for the 30's but Hepburn does a spectacular job at imitating a boy-- I totally forgot until she revealed her disguise.