Falstaff - Chimes at Midnight
The career of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff as roistering companion to young Prince Hal, circa 1400-1413.
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JY S (ag) wrote: Yuthlert Sippapak's Bangkok Kung Fu finds a way to be misleading in title.Sure, this film takes place in Bangkok and there is kung fu, but for a 100 minute picture, it sure doesn't feel like "Bangkok Kung Fu." The story spends a lot of time on the characters, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but when all is said and done, the plot details are too thin and the storytelling needs work.The kung fu is low in quantity and what does occur is stylized with "powers" that never receive any explanation. In the end, there is very little in the way of any contact when the characters fight.The disabilities of the characters is a nice touch and the acting isn't too bad. Arak Amornsupasiri and Artikitt Prinkprom stand out with more confident and aggressive characters. Jarinya Sirimongkolsakul is easy on the eyes.At the end of the day, Bangkok Kung Fu is worth skipping over for something else.
Nathaniel B (fr) wrote: Thought the boxing was much more realistic in this film than in Cinderella Man, but I wasn't as moved by the story. Overall, I really liked the film and think anyone should go see it.
Alexey R (jp) wrote: I watched it countless times. My favorite movie ever :)
Clayton M (fr) wrote: it had good intentions.
Shann M (nl) wrote: This film is an 80's precursor to 'Grey's Anatomy'. Matthew Modine and Daphne Zuniga make a good pair of rival med students who eventually fall for each other.
Greg W (gb) wrote: didn't really liker this one the only Max Ophul pic I don't like year s/b 1952 not 1999
Alex T (ru) wrote: Very smart, very slick, and very well directed and acted. It's a complex industry, but this film managed to avoid the devilish detail that we wouldn't be able to understand.
Dustin P (nl) wrote: It's kind of a bland mix between The Abyss and Apollo 13 (it even has Gary Sinese in it). It's just an odd, muddled mess of poor storytelling, mediocre visuals, and an underutilized cast of talented actors. It's not terrible, but it's not exactly great either.
Scott U (jp) wrote: This is Jenny Wright's other major starring role, and her other contribution to the Horror genre. This film is quite stylish, and sophisticated as far as these films go, in spite of some low-budget special effects. Nonetheless, the make-up design for the villain is excellent. Jenny Wright portrays a very horror-smart protagonist, who works at a bookstore, and happens upon the wrong book. Her boyfriend occupies the typical skeptic function. I enjoyed the Gothic-meets-contemporary urban atmosphere of her apartment, and the bookstore, which are the two main sets of this film. A great film mainly for its morbidly twisted plot-line, 80's-meets-90's tone, and Jenny Wright as the big star.