Chungking Express

Chungking Express

Every day, Cop 223 buys a can of pineapple with an expiration date of May 1, symbolizing the day he'll get over his lost love. He's also got his eye on a mysterious woman in a blond wig, oblivious of the fact she's a drug dealer. Cop 663 is distraught with heartbreak over a breakup. But when his ex drops a spare set of his keys at a local cafe, a waitress lets herself into his apartment and spruces up his life.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:Cantonese,English,Japanese,Hindi,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   surrealism,   murder,  

Two melancholy Hong Kong policemen fall in love: one with a mysterious female underworld figure, the other with a beautiful and ethereal server at a late-night restaurant he frequents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chungking Express torrent reviews

Conrad T (ru) wrote: This movie starts at an earlier life of Steve Jobs, when he was in university. Not as good as the later production by the name of Steve Jobs played by Michael F.

Ricardo S (br) wrote: although its just another rom com in the horizon and the plot almost unbelieveble.. its kinda cute.. in a oh snap, that took some balls to do and hey this could be so much better but it aint bad either...

Will I (br) wrote: Love historical films

Joey S (mx) wrote: A little to long but for jake and ruffy gotta like it

Amy R (nl) wrote: Pretty worthless. Two good actors wasted on a seriously tepid "erotic" noir storyline. This movie seems almost designed to fill the 2am slot on a pay cable channel.

Mr Andrew Sly k (gb) wrote: Like my invisible Dark Daughter!

Ilene L (de) wrote: Probably my favorite movie of all times! Not only a clever look at life after death but really funny with a lot of heart and great meaning! Thanks Albert..!

a b (es) wrote: Woody and Betty makes a good couple. In the movie. Or in the cinema, if you know what I mean;)

Arvinjay B (us) wrote: Pinakamalabong movie ever

Chris W (fr) wrote: Not as disturbing as Watkins' Punishment Park, The Gladiators is still capable of making one feel uneasy. Paranoia, claustrophobic violence, and racial tension are all evident here. My only real complaint is I wish it was longer to develop the idea even more.

Jerry D (ru) wrote: Francis Ford Coppola's first directing job. Pretty decent movie with a couple creepy scenes.

Josh K (fr) wrote: 100% of critics like this turd.

Evan M (ag) wrote: One of the few films I've ever stopped. Absolutely unwatchable

Kenneth L (gb) wrote: While I had high hopes for this one, I have to admit it turned out to be just okay and not much more. It has a talented cast and an initially interesting premise, but a number of shortcomings in the writing prevent it from becoming anything like as good as it could have been. The film, which stars John Turturro and was written and directed by him as well, focuses on a couple of aging friends (Turturro and Woody Allen, appearing in someone else's movie for once) who start a novel business when the older man sets the younger man up as a gigolo for wealthy women. Though the film is about a man entering prostitution at a late age, it's not a crude sex comedy in the vein of something like Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo. Rather, it aspires to be a pensive and sweet look at New York life, along the lines of Allen's own Hannah and Her Sisters or Annie Hall. Unfortunately, in terms of its actual success it's much closer to lesser Allen works like Whatever Works or Anything Else. Though John Turturro's character is ostensibly the main focus, he's weirdly underdeveloped; we never really see the character on his own and have very little sense of who he is outside of the demands others make of him. Woody Allen's character actually gets more substantive development, and yet in terms of the main narrative his role basically amounts to "Woody Allen is doing something amusing in the corner while the story happens." The film has a couple of weird, rather misjudged subplots that seem to belong to a different movie. And the whole movie is ostensibly building up to a three-way between Turturro's character and characters played by Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara, but it barely happens! Overall, I could imagine a version of this movie that was quite good; but as it is, the film feels too thinly sketched-out and messy to really have much of an impact.

James O (kr) wrote: Timberland and Kunis are excellent but way too good looking to believe they could be best friends without hooking up. Most people are going to be a disappointment when that;s still on offer right? Anyway, it's all predictable bt moves along quick enough to its inevitable denouement which is a relief.

Leon B (us) wrote: Review:Although this movie is about an historical moment, I did find the pace quite slow and boring in parts. The director captured the period very well and I did feel for the servants who had to work extremely hard for there disrespectful masters. Griet, whose played by Scarlett Johannson, didn't do anything wrong as a servant, but she was constantly getting punished because of the attention that she was getting from Johannes Vermeer, played by Colin Firth. When you actually look at the real picture, you can't help but wonder what is going on in this girls mind. This movie does bring some light to the whole world surrounding this one picture, but I would have liked to see more about Vermeer who was a very unique artist. His attention to detail was a long process and the way that he created the colours were an eye opener. Anyway, you do have to be in the right mood to watch the movie because it has a very moody tone, but it is interesting because of it's historical element. Average!Round-Up:After watching a few of Scarlett Johannson's movies back to back, she did seem to act the same in her earlier roles, but she has grown out of that habit of late. With movies like The Avengers and Lucy, she has become a more physical actress who has been blowing up at the box office. She also showed that she can tone down her roles with movies like Under The Skin and Hitchcock which didn't rely on her physical abilities so she has proved that she can take on any project that is put in front of her. Colin Firth is the master of period dramas so this role was right down his street. He is a proud owner of an Oscar after his brilliant performance in The King's Speech so there isn't that much more for him to achieve in such a versatile career. As for the other actors in this movie, they all put in a great performance but I'm just not a big fan of period dramas.Budget: $10millionWorldwide Gross: $31.5millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there period dramas about the famous Girl With A Pearl Earring painting and how it came about. 4/10

stefano l (gb) wrote: As all the biographical movies it's difficoult to express something on it. History is hisstory and there's very little to change. Intersting the creation of a parallel double story: one during the war and the other in the period immediately later, with a continuum of flashbacks from one to the other.

Ricky P (ru) wrote: Emotionally disturbing but filled with excellent performances. Requiem For A Dream is a terrifying and realistic look at the scary mind of a drug addict that will get deeply under your skin until the last frame of this film.

Benjamin S (br) wrote: Probably one of the most underrated sports films ever made. This is truely inspirational.

Huw G (us) wrote: Repeated contrivances, and the occasional overly slight humour, rather detract from a story trying simultaneously to be nice and to convince you how bleak and difficult the situation is. It succeeds in both aims, but consequently with somewhat less impact than reviews lead you to expect.