Two Tigers

A female hired killer arrives in China to complete a job. She ends up befriending her prostitute neighbor who she also ends up getting hire to kill. The mob and police end up chasing both of them as the action unfolds.

The mob and police end up chasing both of them as the action unfolds. She ends up befriending her prostitute neighbor who she also ends up getting hire to kill. A female hired killer arrives in China to complete a job

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Users reviews

Aaron B (ag)

Still, that's not to say this movie is terrible; it's far from that. The dream sequences of this film are fantastic, but the scenes that take place in the real world bring more boredom to the table than many of Gondry's other works

Andrew L (ag)

hich in turn means this film is rather pointless. But if you don't die in the plane explosion -- doesn't that mean you weren't meant to die? Therefore Death won't be stalking you

Caesar M (mx)

Instead it uses these sentiments to giving more meaning to multilayered characters, but also serves as strong story characters adding to what's already a compelling and multilayered film. The 1940's sentiment are very true to its era depicting accurately the changes in society without becoming a relic of its own time. Mildred Pierce is a masterpiece having one of the finest and most compelling leading character to have been written. He very seldom needed to raise his voice, because his choice of words were so dead-on that the point was made with little effort. His words were spoken softly, yet confidently. As Monte, he carried himself very cool and laid back. Zachary Scott is another strong additive to this mixture. Jack Carson hints of a man with self-esteem issue, and even though he tries to cover it with playful banter, it comes through in his facial expressions. With a stylized yet dramatic performance, Blyth succeeds in creating an unsympathetic character that everyone loves to hate. Ann Blyth is superb as Veda, the ungrateful daughter who wants to become rich and ambitious as she is also a selfish, spoiled, and uncaring. It's an overall iconic performance from the legendary Crawford. Bringing a sense of frustration over her spoiled child, but never once coming off as a mean spirited mother. Mainly Joan Crawford in one of her finest performances as the title character brings realism to a woman in the 1940s trying to do what is right for her children. The cast is definitely wonderful for its array of some very memorable performances from the big actors to some small roles by other actors. Steiner's score is definitely another of the film's highlights as it's truly spectacular. Max Steiner score is excellent from its sweeping theme that plays to the melodrama of the film to more uplifting pieces that plays to Mildred's rise. Cinematographer Ernest Haller does a phenomenal job with the film's black-and-white photography from the wondrous, sunny look of the suburbs that Mildred lived in early in the film to the dark, eerie world that comes in later in the film. By the time the third act arrives, the mixture of melodrama and noir finally blend as the tone of the film darkens. This would create a tone where it becomes very dark during Mildred's interrogation scenes. Curtiz also plays up to the noir style of the film by creating an opening sequence while never revealing who kills Monte. Michael Curtiz's direction is truly superb in the way he presents the story as well as delving into the mind of its titular character. Never do what the characters represents comes off as an artifact of its era. These characters and others are supported by strong characterization that fleshes them out as three dimensional characters than just being a sentiment of an era. Ida Corwin is altogether unconventional with her husband-and-wife relationship with Mildred. Monte Beragon represents the death of the upper class with his decay in power and money becoming accessible by the common man to gain. Veta Pierce represents the ever-changing youth and their opposition to previous generations customs. Bert Pierce represents men insecurity in a era where it was for a man to support his family with his own two hands. Each presenting a sentiment of the period it was made in. Just about every major player in the plot are fleshed out. Aside from the title protagonist the film isn't short on great characters. It's difficult to the blame either individual for the way the story pans out as both as much in the right as they are in the wrong. Both characters are flawed with opposing feelings with their vastly different lifestyle. earned wealth. A depiction between Pierce and her daughter Veda clashing their personality with one inherited wealth vs. Where the intentions is exactly part of the problem and what prevents it problem from being fixed. Making way for a depiction that analyzes ambition and class struggles. Yet, it's when we see Mildred Pierce troubled home life where it made more evident of her weakness. In both environment Pierce demonstrate a skills to understand an issue and quickly make her mind on how to resolve even if it's not the most rational in hindsight. There's a clear distinction made between business Pierce and at home Pierce. Being able to accomplished great things when she puts her mind on something, but when it comes to her home she's not as confident. Demonstrated numerous times Mildred Pierce is a strong dedicated individual and an intelligent one at that too. She's receives substantial amount of development that does more than help her become three dimensional. She's a complicated individual that's easy to sympathize with, relate to, and made compelling for all the right reasons. The story biggest strength lies heavily in the title heroine. Mildred Pierce follows the titled character proving to her cheating husband she can become independent and successful

Daniel P (ca)

This is pretty much Phone Booth, but not as good

Ed T (ag)

Tragic. Great performances. Wow

Jacob B (fr)

The first slice of Pie is the most delicious one. Occasionally uneven but full of laughs and heartwarming moments, American Pie treats sex with more honesty than most sex movies and is sure to please teens and adults alike with the film being remembered the most for popularizing the term MILF

James H (gb)

Light, funny and very entertaining. Amusing story, and like all MGM productions at that time, it is sublime. Robert Montgomery is quite good as well. All are excellent, especially Benchley and Blore. What a stellar supporting cast, Eric Blore, Billie Burke Frank Morgan, Cora Witherspoon and Robert Benchley. 75/100

Joe I (kr)

ong live Jim. Crazy. Touching. Hysterical. Simple

John B (ca)

15 min movie stretched into 90mins. disappointing, dull & lifeless movie with a good cast and poor story that is overacted

Jonathan K (nl)

Don't watch it alone at night. It was scary like "this could really happen". The movie grabbed me by the throat and didn't let go. The military wants to rehabilitate him before something horrible happens. He's not sure where the line between right and wrong is anymore, and he desperately needs to know. He's got PTSD. Imagine that Dexter has military training and meets the girl next door