Monty, a gay Chinese guy living in London, makes it a habit to date only white boys. When his handsome East Asian neighbor invites him over for dinner, Monty has to decide if he's an Anglophile or simply prejudiced. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Monty a gay chinese guy living in London makes it a habit to date only white boys. When his handsome asian neighbor invites him over for dinner, Monty has to decide if he's an anglophile or simply prejudiced.
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Roxanne R (fr) wrote: This little gem is an emotionally and sexually charged journey of two men in New York City through love, friendship, and addiction. Documentary filmmaker Erik (Thure Lindhardt) and closeted lawyer Paul (Zachary Booth) meet through a casual encounter, but soon find a deeper connection and become a couple. In an almost decade-long relationship defined by highs, lows, and dysfunctional patterns, Erik struggles to negotiate his own boundaries and dignity while being true to himself. I agree with Liam Lacey when it is stated that it calls for emotional transparency in relationships. Overall good film and recommended!
Brian S (us) wrote: As far as Christmas horror movies go, P2 is overall pretty good. I praise the film's very strong performances by Wes Bentley and Rachel Nichols, as well as the special effects. Yes, indeed, it is a plot that has been done before, and there are some genre cliches, but it still makes for a solid horror movie. Recommended !!
Steve S (ca) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Harrison R (fr) wrote: I used to babysit a retarded kid who made me watch this with him. I feel like he is the only possible audience for this trash.
Chris M (de) wrote: So bad that its good.....I have it on DVD for some reason if anybody feels up to watching it
Omega T (ca) wrote: it's great for what it is and achieves the feeling of the atmosphere it intended to achieve.
Gary K (nl) wrote: The year is 1978. The sunglasses are aviators. The mustache is HUGE. The movie: "Good Guys Wear Black," one of Chuck Norris' earliest starring roles and a prototype for the films that would follow. Though not as bombastic as the "Missing in Action" series, "Good Guys Wear Black" is a solid dude movie that features a young Anne Archer as visual relief.
Robert C (au) wrote: A total Clich 1970's American family comedy. Does exactly what it says on the tin!Story about an American father who follows his dreams of opening a Hotel in Colerado... oooh with hilarious consequences of him skiing-falling down a mountain many-a-time. And of course there is a nasty banker determined not to let it happen. Everything is resolved in the last five minutes! Great. Not bad for your typically dated Sunday afternoon movie. Think Money-Pit for kids... with snow.... oh how far we have come in terms of cinema!The man's called Johnny, his wife is blonde and yet they have a Ginger curly haired son. Oh ho ho, those Americans.
Natan L (ru) wrote: Very very very good! Each scene features interesting social situations, each of the six characters has an interesting role. Everything in the story is either funny, fun or well-thought out -- perhaps a top 100 movie.
Jess L (us) wrote: Beautifully filmed movie with a cast of memorable characters. Stand out performance from Gene Tierney as the obsessed wife wanting to share her husband with no one and at any cost.Dramatic and thrilling with a few unexpected and pleasant twists thrown in, this lushly filmed adaptation from the best selling novel is wonderfully enjoyable to watch.
Marc L (ag) wrote: Liked the first half of the movie, but then the later half..meh, and also it seems a bit to much of a recruiting film at times.
Blake P (es) wrote: Joseph (Willis) and Terry (Thorton) are two criminals that meet in prison, and after becoming fast friends, Joseph decides to plot an escape-- and they get away with it. Instantly, the two become bank-robbers, and after a bit of experience they decide to do something unique and kidnap the bank manager before the heist. They soon become "the Sleepover Bandits", and they become so popular that everybody wants to get robbed by them. They instantly gain success, but when bored housewife Kate (Blanchett) bumps into them, the three instantly gain a love triangle-- which may or may not complicate their plans. "Bandits" is one of those kinds of movies where you may forget about it in a year or two, but when you watch it it's very, very easy to like. I've felt in the past that it seems heist comedies never really work-- they end up getting too satirical or just not funny enough, but with "Bandits", that isn't the case. Levinson's direction is so confident, the screenplay is so good, and the actors are so terrific that it almost never fails. It does get a little bit tiring by the end (it could've been about twenty minutes shorter), but let's face it-- the character's are so likable and the predicaments they run into are so funny that any little mistake is instantly fixed. The movie itself is surprisingly realistic, and all of the actors portray them with such gusto that you instantly fall in love with their characters, especially Thorton's portrayal, of a polite, simple guy that's just plain hilarious. And the plot twists? Genius. "Bandits" may be in no way a classic, but for movies that thrill you and make you laugh? This is one of the best.