Taipei. A voice off-camera looks back ten years to 2000, when Vicky was in an on-again off-again relationship with Hao-Hao. She's young, lovely, and aimless. He's a slacker. Cigarettes and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Muffin M (kr) wrote: I own this in a two movie pack along with:* Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2013)
Robbie N (es) wrote: A great film that pokes fun at the extreme competition and bitterness of politics. The comedy duo of Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis will make for some laughs. Despite this movie lacking any extremely memorable moments, it is sure to create lots of enjoyment for those just looking for a comedy.
Yokie B (ru) wrote: Very interesting. This movie was moody. Moody as in depressing. The winter, the seclusion, the unapologetically realistic portrayal of a small, sad town, all of it. The story it self was depressing, as were some of the sub plots. Odly enough, there really isn't that terribly much to be depressed about in this movie, yet it still comes off as a major downer. The ending didn't seem quite right. None the less, worth a watch or two.
Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Mark D (mx) wrote: Not a bad litte film. Kinda reflects male and female attitudes but at times was naive and formualic. Still, fairly enjoyed it.
Jimmy G (ca) wrote: Another great movie worth being in my DVD collection.
Andrew H (nl) wrote: Awesome sequel...or course not better than the original, but I never expected that. This one leans more towards comedy than the first. Doesn't lack in the gore or sex!
Scott R (it) wrote: Pretty dumb, even if it's in a row.
Lovro H (us) wrote: This is the first movie I've seen that was shot in only first person view. And it was awesome! That's the only reason I even saw the movie, actually. If it wasn't for the first person view, the movie would've sucked even more. It starts off nicely. But then gets lost in all the ridiculous gore and blood and it doesn't make sense. It's mostly just the main character going around the hotel, running from enemies and killing them. I was very suprised by the ammount of gore and blood, and I wouldn't recommend this movie to those who can't stand gore and get easily sick.
Greg B (mx) wrote: Best Moosehead beer commercial I've ever seen.
Spencer H (br) wrote: Hilariously terrible!
Ben L (au) wrote: It's been nearly 30 years since I read the book this movie was based on, so I only had a very faint recollection of the story. When I started watching I was a tad annoyed by how much time went into the setup. There was nearly half the film that was entirely focused on the kids running around and playing. I started to wonder if I even read this book because none of this stuff (other than the names) seemed familiar to me. So I think if I had an issue with this film it would be that it spent so long in those early scenes establishing characters, and Atticus remained mostly in the background. However whenever Atticus showed up the story was truly remarkable. I love this tale of 2 kids learning just how important their father is in the community. And the story really got going once we were allowed to step into the courtroom, that is when the film becomes one of the best crime dramas ever captured on film. I love the way the story unfolds in the court, and how you could see the uphill battle Atticus was waging. The after-effects of the trial were just as riveting right up until the last frame of the film. In fact the back half of To Kill A Mockingbird is so strong that I virtually forgot about the slow parts in the first half. I think if I watch the film more I'll learn to appreciate the setup as an essential part of character development which makes the second half so effective, but on a first watch I just wanted it to move a little faster.