Hold You Tight
Two women are bound for the same plane, one of whom makes the flight while the other does not. In a cruel twist of fate, the plane crashes, killing everyone on board, and leaving the friends and family of the two women to talk about what was and what could have been.
- Stars:Chingmy Yau, Sunny Chan, Eric Tsang, Lawrence Ko, Sandra Ng Kwan Yue, Tony Rayns, Chi-Ming Au, Shu-Fun Chin, Kar-Lok Choi, Lanie Gibson, Man-Ning He, Jo-Ping Kong, Jerry Lai, Wing-Kiu Lau, Siu-Kei Lee,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Stanley Kwan,
- Writer:Jimmy Ngai, Elmond Yeung (story)
Two women are bound for the same plane, one of whom makes the flight while the other does not. In a cruel twist of fate, the plane crashes, killing everyone on board, and leaving the friends and family of the two women to talk about what was and what could have been. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hold You Tight torrent reviews
(au) wrote: What a total pile of rubbish!
(it) wrote: this movie's gotta happy feel to it....good pace....nice movie to watch when u have nothing to do....i thought Genelia was cute until is saw this movie....now she just gets on my nerves!
(de) wrote: Who really missed this ending? You should have realized he was nutso the first time he was talking to Iris behind the curtains when she was actually on the other side of the motel working. It was still a good movie even though you knew where it was going from the very beginning.
(es) wrote: Oh! So thats why I don't like the Australian film industry! Here we have the usual assortment of poo jokes, laxative jokes, jokes about gay people and different ethnicities. To be fair, it has the occasional funny moment. But you know, why bother?
(fr) wrote: Funny how much more famous the actors playing the background gangsters got than the one playing the leader.
(ca) wrote: it was ok, kinda sad
(au) wrote: 1 of my favourite movies as a child and hated the fact that they never made a sequel but apparently Dolph Lundgren claimed playing He-Man was the worse point of his career! Cunt! Needs a remake then I reckon! Chris Hemsworth would be good!
(nl) wrote: Fantastically funny - the true story of Cynthia Payne
(it) wrote: this is my apsolut favorit movie ever if you havnt seen it *may i ask you why?*
(gb) wrote: The original was better but still a funny early Ealingesq movie.
(kr) wrote: Lured (aka "Personal Column")Starring: Lucille Ball, Charles Coburn, George Sanders, George Zucco, Cedrick Hardwicke, and Boris KarloffDirector: Douglas Sirk Scotland Yard's Inspector Temple (Coburn) hires sharp-eyed, sharp-witted, and sharp-tongued down-and-out American actress Sandra Carpenter (Ball) to serve as a lure for a serial killer who has been prowling through London's shadows, murdering young women he contacts through personal ads. With her Scotland Yard "guardian angel" Barrett (Zucco) watching over her, she undertakes the dangerous task of drawing out the insane killer. "Lured" is a well-done, light-touch police procedural thriller (with touches of romance and melodrama along the way) that features an all-star cast of 1940s B-movie actors (and a respected stage actor thrown in for good measure), all of whom deliver great performances. The dialogue is snappy, the tense moments geniuinely tense, the funny moments genuinely funny, and the many red herrings tasty. (Boris Karloff's character serves as the oddest and funniest fish of them all--and it's not a spoiler to say that he isn't the serial killer. Yes, it's the sort of part he often plays, but not here, and it will be obvious to viewers almost immediately.) I think this is a film that will be enjoyed by anyone who likes classic mystery movies. I also think that fans of Lucille Ball will enjoy seeing her in her pre-screwball comedy days. (Speaking of comedy, George Zucco's scenes with Ball are always amusing, as Sandra repeatedly inadvertantly helps Barrett solve the crossword puzzles he's constantly working on with stray comments.) All in all, "Lured" is an enjoyable film that's worth seeking out.
(ag) wrote: When I first saw Jack the Giant Slayer in the theater I was on the edge of my seat whispering 'come on Jack, you can do it'. The story was really easy to get lost in. Now that I have more xp in critiquing movies, I can see why this movie fell a bit short it box office sales. This would have turned out much better if the cgi wasn't so over whelming. The acting falls just short and the villain and his flunky were so obvious in their dasterdly actions, they might as well have been screaming "I'm bad". I shouldn't even classify Roderick as a villain. He doesn't have the charming flare that real villains have. He's just a manipulative @$$hole.
(es) wrote: " look its a black chicken " hehe funny spoof of dracula in modern times