Yu long gong wu

Yu long gong wu

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Andy Lau plays an unfortunate amnesia victim who is mistaken for an immigrant, but after countless "mistaken identifications" gags, he confronts the evil businessman Chow Tai Dang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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SuMae K (nl) wrote: Awful script and looked like Tourism New Zealand pushed the production to film in some Kiwi beauty spots. Lots of holes in the plot. Too bad.

Stephen G (fr) wrote: Terribly Happy is, simply put, wonderfully bizarre. From it's unsettling atmosphere, striking style, and darker than black sense of humor...Once this Danish noir catches you off guard with one of it's many surreal twists and turns, you're in for an engrossingly odd adventure.

Phil A (br) wrote: intensely tense. brilliant stuff

Cedric L (fr) wrote: One of the worst romantic comedies I have ever seen.

Katie M (ru) wrote: i love Matthew Perry, but this movie was honestly terrible.

Ian W (fr) wrote: Probably better than the new one.

Akash Y (gb) wrote: Awesome movie. Really enjoyed it a lot. Noah Wyle really played Steve Jobs well.

Miss P (fr) wrote: Tonight's indulgent flick treat.

Sharat G (ag) wrote: An amazing piece of work. made me realize some valuable things about life.

Brian S (us) wrote: An excellent masterpiece of animal horror cinematography. The movie is a perfect blend of horror and comedy, with a nice reference to the classic creature features of the 50's, set in the desert. Starring Kevin Bacon, he's a major reason to see the movie. Good acting and a nice desert atmosphere and just very entertaining. Very Recommendd !!

Alan H (us) wrote: In Alan Alda's movie Sweet Liberty, a character says that teenage cinema audiences expect three things in a movie: defiance of authority, destruction of property, and nudity. That Animal House / Harold Ramis equation was applied make a lot of bizarre "comedy" hybrids in the 80s. Formula + whitewater rafting="Up the Creek." Formula + skiing = this thing. The director went on to direct episodes of X-Files, CSI, and ER among others. That almost makes my head spin, because the supposedly comedic filler scenes that do not actually take place on a ski slope (and I do not exaggerate when I say this) look like they were edited for and lifted out of a student film. Even the actual "competition" stretches credibility - what is it supposed to be? Even though it's acknowledged as freestyle skiing event, they require each contestant to do a downhill run, an aerial trick jump, and perform ski ballet for points to win. Ironically, James Saito (Kendo or "Kamikaze" in this) was a series regular Dr. Chen on the recent TV show Eli Stone. He also played Buckaroo Banzai's father in scenes that were cut from that movie. A south Park episode lampoons this and Better Off Dead.

Tarik M (ag) wrote: They don't make 'em like they used to! I remember seeing this in the early 80's on TV.

JEfferson C (jp) wrote: There was a sort of magic that I felt watching this movie. Maybe its the way Forman concocted non-professional actors with professional ones? Maybe its the opening sequence with a tie tied to a tree bark? Maybe its the party sequence with the jazz band. Whatever it was it felt very sweet and natural.

Tara H (ag) wrote: Eccentric crime caper that teeters on the brink of catastrophe, but is redeemed by a witty script (by Truman Capote), stylish direction (John Huston), and stellar cast (Humphrey Bogart, Jennifer Jones, Robert Morley, Peter Lorre and Gina Lollobrigida.) An intriguing oddity in the history of maverick cinema.

William M (de) wrote: Since I watch it as a kid, I love it.