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Ruiz died. The Human Resources department of the pharmaceutical company Farewell-Gutmann has lost a dedicated director, but Lazarus, Adele and Ferdinand will miss him. Still warm body of the deceased, their subordinates killed begin the race for succession. The arrival of an eccentric from the central executive will forever change the relationship between them.
Ruiz died. The Human Resources department of the pharmaceutical company Farewell-Gutmann has lost a dedicated director, but Lazarus, Adele and Ferdinand will miss him. Still warm body of the deceased, their subordinates killed begin the race for succession. The arrival of an eccentric from the central executive will forever change the relationship between them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: Definately a return to the screen for both Jacky Cheung and Tang Wei after both has not appeared on film for some time. Crossing Hennessy is a slow movie, with very slow pace with no climax to the show. It's the kind of movie that tells tales about daily life, and of course Hong Kong cultures However, I'm quite disappointed with the movie as it was potrayed as a romantic comedy like movie from the trailer, but was otherwise in the movie. Not only that, there are serious lack of character develepment despite given such a long 1hrs 45mins time to work with. I believe the actors can do much better should director Ivy, could just spend time, thinking... what she wants to achieve and what should be presented.
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed this at the VCU French Film Festival in 2008. The director was there to answer questions and I was quite in awe of his remarks. Few friendship movies are as nuanced as this one.
(de) wrote: Got sucked into this by an incorrect description. It turned out to be a tense and somewhat satisfying horror movie of big, ugly, ferocious, hungry and dangerous beast (at any size!) vs. humans. Good cast.
(br) wrote: i liked d first part of it so simple yet so sweet
(de) wrote: Macy and Perlman- How beautiful!
(de) wrote: Ah, yes. Anyone else recall the beauty of the edited "Focus on the Family" B movies of the 90s?
(gb) wrote: All Is Fair in Love and Radio Station In a recording studio of a Tokyo radio station at midnight, just an hour before the live airing of a drama, shy housewife Miyako Suzuki (Kyoka Suzuki) finds herself in panic when her first autobiographical script is demanded to be rewritten by an egocentric radio drama star, Nokko (Keio Toda.) Nokko demands the character's name changed from Rituko to Mary Jane, consequently changing her background from a housewife to a gang specialist lawyer and moving the setting from a Japanese fishermen town to a courthouse in Chicago. One change leads to another. A story of a plain Japanese suburbia housewife's melodramatic love affair with a fisherman is rewritten to be a romantic spectacle between a beautiful lawyer and a handsome astronaut. Later, the series of changes writes the spaceman, Mr. McDonald out of the script. The recording room is chaotic as a chain of changes are being made during the airing. Miyako, tired of getting pushed around by egocentric actors, director, and producer, locks everyone out of and herself in the recording studio demanding a happily ever after ending. The tension amounts on the set, and everyone is put to challenge to bring Mr. McDonalds to the story. Rajio No Jikan brings the best of the screenplay writer/ director Koki Mitani's screenplay and casting. While Mitani's other sitcom screenplays are set in much out-of the-daily-life locations and mildly entertaining, it works best in the setting of a small recording studio, bringing closer attention to the dialogs and characters' dilemma. The script is so well-written that it almost seems re-makeable; however, Mitani's brilliant casting makes the film extraordinarily humorous. The equally talented and highly skilled actors are carefully chosen, and they work as an orchestra without one actor stealing the camera with great presence. This cheerfully optimistic movie is entertaining and ideally suitable for families with young adults. Though egotistical, likable characters getting around restrictions on the changed script is guaranteed to keep you laughing throughout the film.
(nl) wrote: One of the best movies of Indian Cinema ever produced. A movie that is genuinely driven by the plot, not by the cliches occur in Bollywood cinemas. The actors in this movie, particularly Mohanlal and Thilakan should be praise for their wonderful performance.
(nl) wrote: This movie became popular because John Lennon was in it. Although this movie still offers a few funny bits. But rather than that this movie isn't that good.
(gb) wrote: The story has been told so many times and even Caine couldn't save it this time.
(us) wrote: It took a long time for this so so second installment.
(ag) wrote: Good action scenes, nice set pieces, and a mediocre plot. But, the movie felt quite long and boring at times.