Dragon Eyes

Dragon Eyes

In St. Jude, drug dealers and corrupt cops have destroyed an urban neighborhood. But newcomer, Hong, has the fighting skills and moral vision to save this town from itself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   prison,   asian,  

In St. Jude, drug dealers and corrupt cops have destroyed an urban neighborhood. But newcomer, Hong, has the fighting skills and moral vision to save this town from itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andy M (ag) wrote: This film is just dreadful I'd rather watch someone play Resident Evil 1 on Ps one it really is that terrible! I'd only been watching 5-10minutes before I decided this in fact a few shockingly terrible acting performances made my mind up almost right away. I think I'd even rather watch One Missed Call with Shrooms afterwords and these films are atrocious which really sums up this utter garbage.

Yuko T (au) wrote: Quelle tristesse! Mais c'est un bon film...

Adam F (it) wrote: I found myself getting emotionally invested early on in "Paparazzi", but in the end I was disappointed by how shallow it all was. The plot follows a rising action star named Bo Laramie (Cole Hauser) being harassed by paparazzi photographers. These slimeballs, Rex (Tom Sizemore), Wendell (Daniel Baldwin), Leonard (Tom Hollander) and Kevin (Kevin Gage) harass the actor and his family until Bo has had enough. After a creepy encounter where Rex is shooting pictures of Bo's young son Zach (Blake Bryan), Bo punches him in the face and is caught on camera. After an expensive lawsuit, it's become personal. Bo and the photographers start taking personal jabs at each other until disaster strikes. While being harassed by the paparazzi, Bo and his family get into a severe car crash. Bo's wife Abby (Robin Tunney) is left seriously injured and their son is now in a coma, while the people responsible for the accident gleefully take pictures to sell to the highest bidder. When Bo accidentally causes one of the photographers to wipe out on his motorcycle and fall to his death, he realizes that he might just get satisfaction for the pain that's been thrust upon him by killing the people responsible!Despite this really nutty premise, the film really isn't what you would expect from one of these revenge fantasies. At first, you think it's going to deliver in the same way that such classics of the genre like "Commando" or "Taken" do because the antagonists are evil to a cartoonish level. They're snapping pictures of the couple during intimate moments, they're blackmailing people, they're drug users, they are tied into all sorts of illegal business, they're slimy when it comes to picking up chicks and one of them is a rapist too. Basically, you wouldn't shed a tear if these guys found themselves dead. So in most of these movies, the hero gets wronged and suffers a great tragedy. He then goes about against the justice system that has failed him and gets satisfaction by either pumping the evildoers full of lead or (even better) giving them ironic deaths, much to the audience's satisfaction. That's basically what's going on here, but the tragedy, it isn't that tragic. Well, it should be because we've got a young boy in a coma and a wife that's scarred for life, but the movie is so over-the-top when it comes to the photographers that you can never take it seriously. As for the revenge aspect, well you can never quite cheer for Bo. I mean sure he gets his revenge, but it's never really satisfying. A frame-up here, an accidental death there. There's one kill that is actually quite disturbing when you think of it too much and you really start losing sympathy for the guy. Sure, the movie paints it as a nice, quick and clean kill but you just know that in real life, beating someone with a blunt object, to death nonetheless is pretty horrific. You start cheering for the cop that's investigating these suspicious looking deaths because you just want to see everyone involved thrown in jail (but he's either related to inspector Clouseau or secretly approves of the killings because he's not very good at it). The actions in the film just don't feel justified and it isn't dramatic enough or exploitation-y enough to satisfy.As I wrote earlier at first the movie was emotionally effective and I did find myself invested in the story but as it went on, I found myself caring less and less. You'll get more enjoyment out of the cameos by celebrities (hey, check it out, it's Matthew McConaughey playing himself!) than the story. Particularly entertaining/ironic is Mel Gibson (who produced the film), who can be seen waiting to go to anger management class. "Paparazzi" doesn't have any real insights into the world of cheap tabloids and as a revenge fantasy, it's not particularly inspired either. Skip this one. (On Dvd, December 12, 2013)

Emily L (nl) wrote: I've heard that it's funny...

Felipe F (kr) wrote: A deglamourized depiction of the real-life tragedy, Hector Babenco's humanity puts some light over the violence that resonates through the screen.

Zo G (jp) wrote: This is a sweet, not often told, story of lesbian first love. Worth seeing if you are a baby-dyke or a romantic. It has funny and cringy places. You will recognise Laurel Holloman from Boogie Nights and The L Word.

Greg N (it) wrote: Smart, funny. Has a Julie Delpy vibe.

Anna B (mx) wrote: Commendable simply on the basis of sticking so closely to such an unpleasant female protagonist, it also helps that it's funny as hell (as long as you like dark/cringe comedy), has some great cast chemistry, and doesn't have a terrible eye-roller of an ending. I mean, the third act isn't amazing, but it could have been a lot worse.

Mark F (nl) wrote: Only go if you want classic Mission Impossible thriller, perfectly spaced explosions, who done it mystery, ageless mask wearing Tom Cruise, and two hours and 12 minutes of fun.

Randy R (jp) wrote: John Wayne got to love a great WWll movie