Detective Sergeant Ma Jun, known for dispensing his own brand of justice during arrests, teams up with an undercover cop, Wilson, to try and bring down three merciless Vietnamese brothers running a smuggling ring in the months before mainland China's takeover of Hong Kong. Jun pursues the gang tirelessly, sometimes ignoring police protocols. A showdown is inevitable!
- Stars:Donnie Yen, Louis Koo, Collin Chou, Ray Lui, Bingbing Fan, Yu Xing, Kent Cheng, Ping Ha, Ben Lam, Austin Wai, Wai Ai, Zen Berimbau, Drafus Chow, Damian Green, Tony Ho,
- Director:Wilson Yip,
- Writer:Kam-Yuen Szeto, Lik-Kei Tang
criminal affair dBoth of them are compassionate, unflinching and facing dangers many times to fulfill their mission. This time, Jun Ma has to become a spyin a dangerous and powerful criminal gangs of three brothers. With the help of his colleague Tony, Jun Ma determines to enforce justice as well as to protect their family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: saw it accidentally and it sucks BIG TIME!
(nl) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. The story of an unlikely love between an aging auctioneer of fine art who doesn't understand women and his mysterious young agoraphobic client. Geoffrey Rush was perfect for the role and played it to perfection. The intriguing love story was set in the atmospheric world of fine art and the mysterious heiress' rundown house with its many vintage art treasures. The pace never slowed as both subjects come tantalizingly close to achieving their unlikely love but actually learn far more about themselves in the surprising denouement.
(mx) wrote: It hurts to be a teacher. This movie shows it.
(jp) wrote: I have to see this movie I love Beyonce. From what I see she trully play an excellent etta James. O how I love b
(nl) wrote: People are beautiful.
(it) wrote: There are always one or two funny moments in Farrell's work but here that really is it.
(jp) wrote: i love this movie, i can watch it over and over all day
(ag) wrote: Solidly acted film, not a stand-out.
(au) wrote: I'm only the 5th guy to write a review on this film so if you haven't heard of it, that's okay. I watched this film for my Theater in Film class. I had never heard of the play or movie before but apparently this one was Edward James Olmos' breakout role. If he wasn't in here he wouldn't have been in Blade Runner so that's a plus. Acting/characters: Meh, it wasn't anything particularly amazing. The characters were just entertaining at first, but one by one, they started to get steadily more annoying. even Olmos whose character was really interesting to watch and really enjoyable at first had lost his draw by the end of the film. It started decent, but it just got weak by the end. 4.5/10 Plot: It is mostly based off of a true story revolving around the real Sleepy Lagoon Murder Trial and the 1940s Zoot Suit Riots. I don't know enough about the two incidents so I can't say if the movie did them justice. However, like the characters, it started off really interesting and I wondered what was going to happen next, but I just ceased to care by the end. 4/10 Screenplay: The lines were very similar I thought. I had trouble caring about what they were saying. If you asked me to quote a line from the movie I couldn't do it. I wouldn't really care in any case. 3.5/10 Likableness: If oyu really feel you must see this you could do worse. But otherwise, give this one a pass. there's nothing really great about it except maybe Olmos. He was interesting the longest. I don't know how good the play is, and it may be much better than this one. Some plays just don't transfer well to film. If I had to guess, this is one of them. It was alright for a while, but it just got boring. 4.5/10 Final Score: 16.5/40 41% (M) Trivia Time: 1. The character of Henry Reyna was based upon the real-life zoot-suiter Henry "Hank" Leyvas, who was tried and wrongfully convicted for first-degree murder of Jose Diaz, after an incident on 1 August 1942. The film and the play that preceded it conformed to the facts of the actual case. The appeals court overturned the earlier verdict and Reyna and his friends were set free in 1945, following the Zoot Suit Riots and the banning of zoot suits in Los Angeles (courtesy of the Los Angeles City Council) in 1944. Many futures and outcomes for Reyna were given in the film and the play. In real life, Leyvas was convicted some years later for selling drugs. He served ten years and was released, and soon opened a family restaurant. He died of a heart attack in 1971. 2. The Broadway production of "Zoot Suit" opened at the Winter Garden Theater in New York on March 25, 1979 and ran for 41 performances. Charles Aidman, Mike Gomez, Abel Franco, Darlene Bryan, Luis Manuel, Edward James Olmos, Tony Plana, Rose Portillo, Geno Silva, Dennis Stewart, and Socorro Valdez recreated their stage roles in this filmed production. Edward James Olmos was nominated for the 1979 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actor in a Drama for "Zoot Suit" as El Pachuco and recreated his stage role in this filmed production.
(de) wrote: A lot more fun than I expected. Much preferred over it's competition at the time, WKRP In Cincinnati. Fun movie with great music !
(fr) wrote: weak! they simply could not capture the visceral authenticity of the novels.
(us) wrote: The life of controversial and influential comedian Lenny Bruce is the subject of Bob Fosse's 1974 biopic. Dustin Hoffman is great as Bruce, who shocked many in his day despite the fact that his style and attitude on stage is so commonplace these days. The film is well written, performed, and shot, feeling very fresh and unique to this day. Bruce's aggressive comic style helped pave the way for so many that came after, including some of his contemporaries who came into their own after his tumultuous life and early death. People like Carlin, Pryor, and so many others owe a huge debt to the chances Bruce took in the world of stand-up. The film is a well made biography of a fascinating pop culture figure, and I would definitely recommend it.
(ag) wrote: Low budget body snatchers rip off. there is really nothing about this that makes it stick out, a lot of guns and cops and very little aliens
(jp) wrote: Overall, I really rather enjoyed the movie. It kept my attention and had some comedic moments. The villain of the story wasn't a true villain in the sense of the word. The good-vs.-evil within the story worked well. Daniel Webster is a down-on-his-luck farmer whose crops are suffering. He hardly has enough to make ends meet and owes money to certain people. He decides to strike a deal with the devil and realizes that maybe that wasn't the smartest idea.
(kr) wrote: Not as good as some of the others... but not bad... a fun movie to watch at night.