Chik juk ging wan

Chik juk ging wan

A serial rapist/murderer with a leg fetish notices a pretty female police officer at a shootout, and stalks her and her family to be his next victims.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   murder,   police,  

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Chik juk ging wan torrent reviews

Jeffrey M (ag) wrote: In the saturated genre that is romantic dramas, Two Lovers manages to distinguish itself in a truly unique way. It's a film that has familiar elements, certainly, but an uncommon execution with both a mature sensibility and nuanced look at relationships. The result is a layered film, a powerful character study, and an intelligent exploration of the nature of loss, love, and our underlying motivations.The film centers on Leonard Kraditor (Joaquin Phoenix), a broken, depressed man, who finds himself both courting a semi-arranged relationship by his parents, while also pursuing the equally lost but enchanting Michelle Rausch (Gwyneth Paltrow). He is thus thrust from a state of depression to one of uncertainly, but also a certain exhilaration. As the film progresses, we see the hidden vulnerabilities underlying all of the characters, making for some very fascinating dynamics. The performances are accordingly powerful, and result in a very nuanced film. The script paints us characters that we can all relate to, if not completely identify with. It's not a drama concerned with formula or easy answers, but rather asks the question of what motivates love and, perhaps more importantly, what motivates people? Through Joaquin Phoenix we see the wild swings of love, yet also witness its resiliency in the end, or perhaps just the pragmatics that underlines so many of our choices. Through Paltrow, we see a woman who is her own worst enemy, and with Vinessa Shaw's character, we see the longing for any sort of connection. All of these dynamics interact beautifully to create a richly conveyed story.If there's a criticism of Two Lovers, it's wanting more of an exploration of Phoenix's character, specifically his last relationship. We find out through various exchanges some of what took place, but this is never fully explored, and is certainly germane to his current state. Still, what's vital is hot so much how he arrived at this current emotional state but rather what that emotional state is, which the film achieves.Overall a very strong romantic drama.4/5 Stars

April N (fr) wrote: A haunting, confusing-in-a-good-way film with a surprise twist ending that will sadden you. I so love a movie that I can't see the ending coming from 3 feet away. :) A rarity these days. Good performances by all.

Jairo A (jp) wrote: I may just be one of the few people that liked this movie. The concept of the movie is cool and creepy...was it an awesome movie? NO, but I still enjoyed it. There something very creepy about someone calling you telling you when you'll die (to the exact minute) and the scene toward the end (at the hospital) is pretty cool. Call me weird but I liked it!

Zade T (kr) wrote: Great performances by both Aishwarya and Shahrukh who play twin siblings in the film.

Logan M (gb) wrote: Devilishly good. It finds the perfect blend of dark comedy and disfuctional family drama.

Tyler S (gb) wrote: Can't complain about Bruce Willis doing softcore porn with a pretty hot chic. Some very memorable sex scenes but an extremely dumb plot.

Alex S (it) wrote: This movie didn't use John Cusack's skills to the full potential, or the plotline.

Hugo B (us) wrote: What a great thriller! Keeps you guessing from beginning to end.

Song L (es) wrote: Epic drama. Always make one reminiscent of the past.

Kit T (ru) wrote: At least the cameos are good.