Kwok Ching (Stanley Fung) is a soon-to-retire television weatherman who really has long aspired to be a news anchor. At home, he's single-handedly brought up three children, but they are fed up with him meddling in their lives. His eldest daughter Mei Mei (Teresa Mo) is a successful lawyer, and married to househusband Yao Ming (Eric Tsang). Tomboyish second daughter Ching Ching (Denise Ho) manages a supermarket and is in love with sissy promoter Lok Yi Nga (Bosco Wong). The youngest son Fu Shing (6wing) is an otaku enamored with beautiful starlet Vivian (Zhang Xinyu) and he unwittingly becomes the romantic rival of billionaire Roberto (William So). Meanwhile, struck by the shocking news of the world's impending doom, Kwok Ching is determined that he must reunite his family before it's too late...
Writer:Kin-Lok Kwok (story & screenplay), Peter Tsi, Michelle Tsui
Kwok Ching (Stanley Fung) is a soon-to-retire television weatherman who really has long aspired to be a news anchor. At home, he's single-handedly brought up three children, but they are fed up with him meddling in their lives. His eldest daughter Mei Mei (Teresa Mo) is a successful lawyer, and married to househusband Yao Ming (Eric Tsang). Tomboyish second daughter Ching Ching (Denise Ho) manages a supermarket and is in love with sissy promoter Lok Yi Nga (Bosco Wong). The youngest son Fu Shing (6wing) is an otaku enamored with beautiful starlet Vivian (Zhang Xinyu) and he unwittingly becomes the romantic rival of billionaire Roberto (William So). Meanwhile, struck by the shocking news of the world's impending doom, Kwok Ching is determined that he must reunite his family before it's too late... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Claigh Y (au) wrote: * I felt that from the start I was unable to watch the documentary with a completely open mind due to the revelations that essentially led to the making of this film. However the director did do a good job of trying to show just how far Lance Armstrong has fallen. * Mind Blowing that the star of a sport so relatively small, was able to control and manipulate as many people as he was.
Alexandre H (it) wrote: C'est un film de danse... L'actrice principale (Mylne St-Sauveur) est la seule se dmarquer positivement dans ce film, la ralisation est aussi bien fait. Mais le scnario est jeter aux poubelles: la grand-mre, la relation avec la meilleure amie, les parents qui ne veulent pas que leur fille danse.... Certains acteurs semblent avoir lu leurs scnes pour la premire fois et les avoir films la journe mme (Ex: Paul Doucet). Nico Archambault est un excellent danseur, mais ce n'est pas un acteur..
David W (jp) wrote: Cheesy acting and sets made me think it was going to be a porn except for the lack of tits within the first 5 mins. And it really bugged me they were splashing the pots! But I guess the plot was interesting enough...
The M (au) wrote: I had hoped for a real documentary, but sadly it's just a pseudo-documentary..Real life people portraying themselves(?)...It's odd I tell you and a real pain to watch from time to time too.Still it has it's amusing parts.Definitely not something for everybody.
Paul C (au) wrote: Ok I am very disappointed from this film. This takes place a little after number four. So the movie basically starts with Peter Coyote. Some of the characters from four did die, but some lived. The ones who lived where in the film with no recollection of what happened in the last movie. It is like it didn't even exist. Now this film and the fourth film were made in the same year. I believe they are both continuations of the original, but with different story lines. Also the fourth seems to reach a different type of audience than this fifth one. The fourth was action with zombies and experiments. This one was drugs, sex, raves and zombies. They actually thought it would be a good idea to put the chemical in a pill form to sell at raves. What was going through their mind making this film?
Greg L (nl) wrote: What a terrible movie!
Joel R (gb) wrote: Little-seen, underrated underwater ghost flick that is well made. I don't know why this was never widely released, but highly recommended.
Alex K (it) wrote: Not as good as the first but still fun.
Andy G (au) wrote: Sweetwater is a pretty good Western about a woman seeking revenge for husbands death. Its stars some pretty good actors in it Jason Isaacs ed Harris in January Jones.B-(2013)
Sia H (jp) wrote: The Production quality isn't great but the message is one that everyone in the world should pay attention to. I would recommend to watch at least once just for the awareness if nothing else.
Muffin M (us) wrote: I own this on DVD in a three movie pack along with:* Roxanne (1987)* L.A. Story (1991)
Melvin W (nl) wrote: "They're not human. But they hunt human women. Not for killing. For mating."Humanoids from the Deep is what you'd expect from a movie about fish that evolve because of scientific experiments and begin to ravage a town by killing the men and raping the women. So... it isn't good. It's a B-movie in every way. From the awful acting, to how the creatures look, to the fact that breasts have to be shown all the time to make us forget about how bad the movie is, and go "Oh, boobies." There's still a certain amount of fun to be had though if you can give your brain over to the film. Roger Corman made a living making bad movies like this watchable and he succeeds here, I guess, but I still didn't like it.This one is only worth a look if you are a hardcore fan of Roger Corman and his films. I like Corman, but this movie is just a little too bad for my taste. I like a terrible movie every once in awhile, but with Humanoids from the Deep, it just didn't have that so bad it's good quality to it. In my eyes it was just bad. It's cheap, it's exploitive, it's dumb, it's bloody, it's everything you'd expect from a Corman produced film.
Gary S (br) wrote: Whilst not the best film that I have ever seen, it was quite scary the way that they made the eagle look bigger. Also a very well deserved ending for someone!
Paul Z (fr) wrote: Often considered the first of the classic film noir canon, it is indeed a very nifty, very clever mystery that plays with our expectations in its use of light-hearted tone contrasted deftly with the sharp angles, smoke-filled beams from low-placed lamps and bold fedora-wearing shadows on the walls. The casting is a delicate balance that works, and so is the plot. Its ultimate surprises are easily foreseen because of the sheer amount of formula films in its wake, and yet those revelations still turn out to be more complex than we expect.
Anthony J (mx) wrote: Admirable that this was filmed over the course of 12 years, but beyond that, it's a very average movie.
Fernando C (it) wrote: Ill give 3.5 stars because despiste its silly storytelling, there were parts were I laughed a lot.
Wiebke K (nl) wrote: A very interesting movie about addiction and loss and how the two can intersect. Berry and Del Toro are doing a great job!