2046 is the sequel to Wong Kar-Wais’ successful box-office hit In The Mood For Love. A film about affairs, ending relationships, and a shared love for Kung-Fu novels as the main character, Chow, writes his own novel and reflects back on his favorite love Su.
- Stars:Tony Chiu Wai Leung, Li Gong, Faye Wong, Takuya Kimura, Ziyi Zhang, Carina Lau, Chen Chang, Jie Dong, Maggie Cheung, Thongchai McIntyre, Wang Sum, Ping Lam Siu, Wah Hong, Alice Lee, Ting Yip Ng,
- Country:Hong Kong, China
- Director:Kar-Wai Wong,
- Writer:Kar-Wai Wong (screenplay)
He was a writer. He thought he wrote about the future but it really was the past. In his novel, a mysterious train left for 2046 every once in a while. Everyone who went there had the same ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: Excelente documental sobre la secretaria de Los Beatles, ella trabajo con ellos 11 aos desde los das de la caverna hasta la separacin, una muchacha de 17 aos con integridad, sentido comn y lealtad.
(ag) wrote: An old fashioned Murphy's law tale whose contrived plots points reek a mile away.
(ag) wrote: not the usual Bruce Willis movie. aliitle disappointed.
(fr) wrote: The relationship between the son and his girlfriend is quite interesting and sweet, but the film is ruined by god-awful characterisation (I wanted to strangle that mother), and one of the dumbest endings I have ever seen. Shame.
(ru) wrote: fascinating footage showing the day to day life of the world of insects. The closeups are phenomenal and really beautiful and utterly mesmerizing. The lack of narration is actually good since it doesn't sidetrack you with facts and just shows the lives of bugs we usually could care less of. Highly recommended.
(us) wrote: Black Power, Black Pride..love it!
(mx) wrote: It just didnt know what it wanted to be. The first half of the film was hilarious and the second half was more of a serious drama. Godrey Cambridge was fantastic.
(kr) wrote: The reason why I take such a bold stance is because I really do believe that this movie was a big milestone for the film industry.Batman the Dark Knight is the best movie ever made. Receiving 30 awards, this movie did a fantastic job at portraying DC Comics' masked superhero. The director, producer, and co-writer Christopher Nolan is an absolute mastermind! This movie set the bar for special effects and how acting needs to be done. Actors Christian Bale (Batman) and Heath Ledger (Joker) took their acting careers to a whole new level. I also think that it adds to know that this was the last movie for Ledger due to his passing from prescription drugs.Reading over all of the other critics and reviews that have been posted before mine, I can see that I am not the only person that feels this way. Having received over 300 reviews and comments on this Rotten Tomatoes website, only 19 have been rotten. The reason why I take such a bold stance is because I really do believe that this movie was a big milestone for the film industry.
(kr) wrote: Trs Homens em Conflito
(it) wrote: This is a film that attempts to explore the age-old discussion "nature vs. nurture", and it does this brilliantly. In the film, two wealthy commodities brokers use two people on opposite ends of society as guinea pigs in an experiment to prove a point. One of them is elevated to affluence beyond his wildest dreams, while the other is framed for crimes he didn't commit, and is cursed to a life in the ghetto. Ultimately, the experiment is exposed, and the people behind it are foiled in the stock market. This, obviously, is a very glib summary of the film's story, but that's all I can describe without spoiling it. In my opinion, however, the story was very well constructed, taking a familiar debate to a new level, with hilarious and often thought-provoking results. While Dan Aykroyd's character can often come across as arrogant and nave, I find that his performance works very well. Every character in the film performs very well, but as usual, Eddie Murphy's character steals the show, and he does this with such brilliance that it's as though he's displaced the film's actual protagonist. During the first half of the film, the comedy can seem hit-or-miss, but eventually, the film's better moments unfold, and so does the humour, culminating in an ending that was so satisfying I couldn't possibly ask for a better ending. In my opinion, this film had plenty of bright ideas, and executed them very well, and the end result was a smart, original, funny, and very entertaining film that has aged very well.