Fai, once a world champion in boxing, escapes to Macau from the loan sharks and unexpectedly encounters Qi, a young chap who is determined to win a boxing match. Fai becomes Qi's mentor and rediscovers his passion to fight not only in the ring but for his life and the cares.
- Stars:Nick Cheung, Eddie Peng, Singh Hartihan Bitto, Crystal Lee, Feier Li, Ting Mei, Andy On, Fatih Ugurlu,
- Country:China, Hong Kong
- Director:Dante Lam,
- Writer:Chi-Fung Fung (screenplay), Dante Lam (screenplay), Dante Lam (story), Candy Leung (story), Wai Lun Ng (screenplay)
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(mx) wrote: Great film making and very stylish results. The concept of three bite sized shorts works really well. Just right balance between suspense, seriousness and lighthearted humour. Watch it for an unusual treat from South Korea!
(ag) wrote: The Amityville Haunting is the typical "found footage" haunt that bend over backwards trying to convince the viewer that it's all real as it happens, when we all know better by now and we're just not buying it anymore. This film is so typecast, over-the-top, and predictable, it's virtually painful. While this film tries desperately to hang onto a thin shred of essence that keeps the long-lived Amityville saga alive, it doesn't make for anything original, nor can you add anything new into the run of films that haven't been shown before. The Amityville Haunting is a prime example of how haunted "found footage" (or as I call them: "Paranormal Copycat-tivities") flicks are really getting old and uninteresting, and us horror buffs are still left in the ashes wanting something new and different. It's obvious that "found footage" filmmakers like these thrive on filling a movie with jumpscares more than putting imagination into bringing the story to life, and that style of horror is more prone to putting me to sleep than keeping me at the edge of my seat.
(kr) wrote: Routh and Ford were great in this, but what a sad story.
(au) wrote: Alda and Broderick work hard in this one and gel together extremely well. Virginia Madsen is great as always.
(de) wrote: It's a great movie, I would have gave it a 5/5 if it wasn't for its disappointing ending.
(jp) wrote: Brings me back to the old days when Dr. Feelgood used to get one hyped up, my how things have changed.
(au) wrote: wow - i have to admit i thought this movie started on the wrong foot & it couldn't have been more timely at a time i am going thru a breakup. it really confronts what it is to discover someone who accepts u unconditionally no matter how human u are and what is possible inside that space. the movie ends with a very strong message which i will not give away!
(gb) wrote: My all time favorite chick flick
(fr) wrote: Excelente, la mejor pelicula argentina. Los dialogos son impresionantes, los uso mucho en la cotidianeidad.
(br) wrote: It's real good movie I would definitely recommended.
(ca) wrote: after seeing bruce beresford's contribution, one would be grateful on behalf of humanity if the man would never be allowed to make another film. godard's 15 minutes are not much better... the last episode with bridget fonda in her screen debut (directed by franc roddam) is by far the best and most haunting, and the parting shot lives with me to this day.
(gb) wrote: I ran into some gold last night when I saw these two films. Master of the Flying Guillotine is an awesome but sometimes hilarious kung fu film. Totally awesome theme song for the Guillotine master. YES!Rescue Dawn was a very good film, wouldn't expect any less from Christian Bale and Werner Herzog. Loved this film. And it's not because of the fact that I have a totally heterosexual mancrush on Mr. Bale.
(de) wrote: freaking LOVE this movie!!!!
(us) wrote: Boring, drawn-out Fassbinder victimization movie where the ending's pretty obvious after about ten minutes. Still, there's one scene in it where a guy works himself into a frenzy and practically tosses himself down a flight of stairs while foaming at the mouth, only stopping when his step-mother slaps him in the face twenty or so times in a row; it probably doesn't sound very funny, but it's one of the most hilarious things Fassbinder ever directed. The rest of the movie, though...
(us) wrote: One thing I detest tremendously is going to a video store or reading the back of a DVD and reading synopses with sentences that end in exclamation points! Are they purposefully trying to make something that is mundane and lame sound exciting or did they not learn first grade grammar? Somehow I think I will skip this flaming poop pie.
(es) wrote: the most awesome vampire movie ever