Kill Zone - S.P.L.
A near retired inspector and his unit are willing to put down a crime boss at all costs while dealing with his replacement, who is getting in their way. Meanwhile, the crime boss sends his top henchmen to put an end to their dirty schemes.
- Stars:Thor Michael Aamodt, Marit Andreassen, Simon Yam, Donnie Yen, Sammo Hung Kam-Bo, Kai Chi Liu, Ken Chang, Danny Summer, Jacky Wu, Austin Wai, Vincent Sze, Kin Leung Yuen, Kenji Tanigaki, Hin-Wai Au, Tat Chi Chan, Timmy Hung, Jeff Kam,
- Country:Hong Kong, Macao
- Director:Wilson Yip,
- Writer:Wilson Yip, Kam-Yuen Szeto, Wai Lun Ng
A near retired inspector and his unit are willing to put down a crime boss at all costs while dealing with a replacement inspector who is getting in their way. Meanwhile, the crime boss plots a killing spree on them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kill Zone - S.P.L. torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Going into "Room 205" I had no idea what to expect. I picked it up solely because it was released through Ghost House Underground. Finally being able to get around to watching this Danish ghost story, I found myself, well to be honest, rather unimpressed. The film definitely tries hard to get itself going, but rarely finds solid footing to gather traction and eventually succumbs to its unoriginality. Katrine (Ronhold) is the new girl at college. She is moving into a dorm of already well established (read: assholes) college students and is looking forward to moving on with her life. When the her new friends (read: assholes) begin to toy with her by scaring up a legend of a woman who was killed in room 205, she doesn't believe that the ghost haunts the dorm. Turns out their pranking isn't so much pranking as truth. Now the mirror that this trapped ghost was in is broken and she's free to roam the halls and kill the residents (read: assholes) at will. Can Katrine stop this pissy ghost before the murders are pinned on her?"Room 205" is half 70s style atmospheric college horror flick and half inspired Asian ghost tale. Now that sounds like it might be a winning combination, but despite some valiant efforts from the cast and crew it rarely wins at combining anything. It's low energy slow build seems to take FOREVER to finally get going and with its rarely heartfelt characters guiding us to a very obvious conclusion, "Room 205" can't overcome its own unoriginality. It is filled with great ideas and some solid acting and directing, but it never meshes and the audience is consistently alienated from the story. I do have to admit though, when it wanted to build atmosphere it could. Sometimes a bit too much. Barnewitz has a solid grasp of using subtlety and long shots to counter balance the modern style quick editing and shaky cams to try and blend the two styles together. Even the actors seem to be on game with this idea towards the film. Unfortunately, the foundation writing is just too uneventful and knock-off to build properly on."Room 205" carries some great execution and a rather ballsy idea for a film style, but its poor story and rather lackluster script just aren't enough for the rest of the film to get where it needs to be. With the ghost horror genre is already oversaturated, "Room 205" rarely stands out from the rest.
(br) wrote: Movie good, book even better.
(nl) wrote: i think i'm the only one who wants to see it-lol~
(au) wrote: This film was slightly entertaining, and had it's moments, but seriously the film revolves around a ridiculous plot that I found unbelievable. The acting was really bad and the dialogue was often awkward. However, I did find myself laughing quite a bit throughout the film. Nothing memorable, but still a treat.
(mx) wrote: I saw 'Mrs. Doubtfire' for the first time earlier this year and I really enjoyed it. 'Tootsie' is very similar and is the predecessor to the Robin Williams comedy film. Both have very similar plot lines and similar obstacles to overcome but what makes this film different is the comedy style. 'Mrs. Doubtfire' has lots of physical comedy and is very fast. Tootsie's comedy comes from clever witty dialogue between the characters. Dustin Hoffman plays a great Dorothy Michaels and has lots of laughs. Overall, 'Tootsie' or 'Mrs. Doubtfire' are great films to add to your collection