Lucky Stars Go Places, also known as The Luckiest Stars, is a 1986 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Eric Tsang. It is the fourth film in the Lucky Stars series. It was an attempt to combine the original Lucky Stars troupe with the similar action comedy ensemble from the Aces Go Places series. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zui jia fu xing
Kidstuff has been asked by the police to investigate a case of international ammunition trade between two gangs. One of the gangs is the Japanese Yakuza in possession of stolen diamonds, ...
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Roger R (nl) wrote: ok its like 3 episodes of housos thinly strung together around a flimsy through line - not that there's anything wrong with that - still funny and fully sick
Terminus R (it) wrote: Well done. Good cinema. Excellent acting and solid script keeps the movie moving. Enjoyable perspective of love in between.
familiar s (ru) wrote: The flight takes off to land at the pre-destined location, but lands you somewhere else. The director is a shrewd wolf wearing the skin of the sheep. Saying that the subject needs attention, he cruelly shapes the sensitive issue to his ends. Some states banned it saying that it's vulnerable to riots, but the director fought against it in the court. All in the name of the promotion. As expected, it did create some disturbance in certain regions. All might have been justified had the movie served its said-to-be-purpose. But the movie rises no more than the same old good v/s evil game. A man with principles faces a corrupted man, loses his valuables, but his morals and family, then the movie descends to the predictable theatrical route and ultimately he emerges as a winner. The discussions pertaining to "Aarakshan" does come somewhere in between, but its not the primary issue here. The focus is more on free education and the significance of educational institutions. And that all too seemed to be presented before us just because they needed to preach something after all (and fill the runtime). Big names like Amitabh, Saif, Deepika and Manoj were enough to lure in audiences who would expect an interesting movie on a serious issue. The actors played their part well, but the movie failed to. Obviously, JMO. 0.5/10.
Garret C (nl) wrote: Such terrible cinematography in such a beautiful setting. What a wasted opportunity.
Alex W (it) wrote: Enjoyably stupid Netflix movie
Nick O (gb) wrote: Penelope Cruz is so gorgeous if you stare at her too long you might be hypnotized into lethal self-harm. But yeah, the rest of this movie is pretty fucking dope, too. Did I just say that?
Adrin F (mx) wrote: John Cusack egyik legrosszabb filmje, emltsre sem rdemes.
Emily T (au) wrote: this was an romane beutiful movie ever
Wei Lim C (us) wrote: Uh, nobody should watch this
XGearCommander (mx) wrote: An Automatic classic!?!
Teddy G (es) wrote: A sharp and witty look at American politics. Plus some great performances from Travolta, Lester and my beloved Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates.
Josh E (br) wrote: it's about some dude getting mixed up in some shit. good soundtrack.
cli o (ca) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
Marvin T (de) wrote: This movie is lols I saw it as a kid and I don't care what the critics say.
Sindhu S (br) wrote: Even in shades of gray, you can see his angelic side :)
Ryan W (ru) wrote: .,,,
Atheer O (kr) wrote: occasionally funny but not that much.
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.***