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Ray S (de) wrote: A very realistic depiction of modern China, which isn't surprising since these are just fictional recreations of real-life events. Gorgeous cinematography too.
Clarke M (au) wrote: I can't even...but i"ll try, Acting plastic, editing fragmented, story bad, and it got worse,
Fredrik S (br) wrote: This was, as far as I'm concerned, the weakest of the films I've seen by Weerasethakul so far (we're seeing them in chronological order). It did grow on me afterwards, though, which is a sign of a good film. Deamy and strange, I think I need to see it again...
FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: Average uban-action flick with bullshit Hollywood ending. The two elements of the film that stood out for me was the ruthless thug Big Meat, played by The Game and the gorgeous Meagen Goodhead...I mean Good.
TheMumblelover (jp) wrote: An intriguing and a sentimental documentary of Arthur Kane that is bittersweet and belies the integrity of the man, and an ending that is simply written straight from a Hollywood movie. Overall very good though I wish they showed more of the early footage but this is more about Arthur and the reforming of the dolls.
Kassy S (fr) wrote: i might watch this movie if i had nothing else to watch and needed something to do.
Simon C (it) wrote: Building blocks of brilliance, inexpertly assembled. Very entertaining, but could have been a classic.
Autumn W (us) wrote: I spent the evening flicking channels from Hostile Waters on History to People's Choice Awards. Just when Hostile Waters had a commercial I changed in time to see TTT win Best Drama Motion Picture and Billy Boyd accept the award. Very Providential indeed. Am excited. Really enjoyed Hostile Waters. Taped it. Dom's very cute in this movie in one of the last scenes when the crew walks out of the plane you see all these tall Russian men and then there's Dom. Short cute, wiry, young Dom. Very sweet. I have seen K219, and Hunt for Red October but this was still a really good movie about the same story. Very different than K219 with Harrison Ford. Martin Sheen and Colm Feor star with a mostly British cast. [b]Dom Movies Still Unseen:[/b]The PurifiersShooting LivienSpivsAn Insomniac's Nightmare[color=white]This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper[/color][color=white]Monsignor Renard[/color]
Kay D (br) wrote: I rewatch this film at least once a year. Hilarious, paced like a piece of choreography, touches on everything seasoned New Yorkers gripe about---especially the dismantling of the great city! It catches the spirit of the people of New York City up to the end of the 20th century. It's a tribute and a romp. And remains one of my favoritese. Perfect casting and sound track. Great entertainment that doesn't go stale.
Carl M (de) wrote: During a reburial for one of the town's great ancestors, the Taoist-priest-turned-vampire-hunter Master Gau determines that the corpse has joined the legions of the undead, and prepares a ceremony to cleanse the body. Unfortunately, his two inept students fail to secure the coffin properly before the ritual can be completed, and the vampire hops back to life to terrorize the town! As if that weren't enough, Man Choi becomes infected by the vampire and Chou is seduced by a beautiful ghost, leaving Master Gau to defend against an undead triple threat! Thus begins the epic Kung Fu Horror Comedy saga known as MR. VAMPIRE, which would spawn several sequels, a television series, and many other spin-offs in China. MR. VAMPIRE creates a brand-new vampire mythology unlike anything in the Western world. Here, sticky rice removes a vampire's poison, holding your breath makes you invisible to vampires, strings dipped in blessed ink pack a wild punch, and the undead hop because the ground hurts their feet! Lam Ching-Ying's is an unassuming martial arts master in disguise, vanquishing evil without even breaking a sweat. Chin Siu-hou and Ricky Hui have impeccable comedic timing in another pair of enjoyable performances. Director Ricky Lau also strikes a even balance between the high-flying action, silly slapstick, and horror in each of the perfectly choreographed fight sequences. MR. VAMPIRE is non-stop entertainment from beginning to end, and an absolute classic in Hong Kong Horror cinema! -Carl Manes I Like Horror Movies
Adrian B (es) wrote: Fairly disappointing boxing movie in which two losers (Stacy Keach and Jeff Bridges) who strive to succeed at the sport for which they love. Keach's character is an alcoholic who is in the rough love affair with this unpleasantly nasty woman (Susan Tyrrell), but not saying he's not also nasty would be leaving out a chunk of information to describe his character. Bridges' character is also in a relationship with a woman (Candy Clark), but is heavily impacted by his inadequate fighting methods in the sport. Generally sincere, but mainly forgettable and indulges too heavily in feeling pity for the characters, despite who the director is (John Huston, which is too bad because I have enjoyed many of his others movies). "Fat City," by the way, refers to a region of the city for which they live in coined by the African-Americans.
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