Rule Number One

Rule Number One

Rookie Sergeant Lee is injured in a shoot-out and is assigned to the dubious-sounding Miscellaneous Affairs Department (MAD). There, he is paired up with Inspector Wong, a jaded and alcoholic veteran who explains that MAD’s role is to answer supernatural calls. Wong explains MAD’s rule number one - there are no ghosts. For every seemingly inexplicable phenomenon, there is a corresponding scientific and rational explanation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Mandarin,Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   scar,   ghost,  

An action-thriller that follows the events that occur after a man calls the police to let them know of the mysterious presence in his house. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rule Number One torrent reviews

Miguel A (fr) wrote: O mestre Katsuhiro tomo lidera, com a deslumbrante "Hi no yjin" ("Combustible"), uma nova antologia de quatro curtas de animao japonesas, que tm tudo para ser o rastilho do melhor anime dos prximos anos. A primeira curta - "Tsukumo" - sem dvida a mais fraquinha do conjunto, mas tudo o resto ouro em termos de anime e o ltimo segmento deixa-nos desesperados por novidades do desenhador Hajime Katoki.

Thomas H (ag) wrote: A clever, scathing look at Hollywood.

Tyler A (ru) wrote: cheesey movie full of blood n guts def not scary but fun none the less lots of nakedness too. Pretty well everyone dies in this muthf'in film

Emmanuel F (ru) wrote: Good addition to the series. Ties together the earlier ones with the end.

Owen D (ca) wrote: Great documentary, watch it rather then watching the movie its about.

Kaewta K (br) wrote: I love the style and tone of this movie. It expresses the relationship between people in the past and at the present so well and frankly.

Jackie T (gb) wrote: This is soooo cute. I really enjoyed it and Dyan Cannon looks AWESOME! WOW!

Mathieu B (br) wrote: Esh... I hate that one.

John M (gb) wrote: A perfect example of "show, don't tell" in which loads of little dramas unfold in the insect world right under our noses. Exquisite technique and good use of music make the whole thing very immersive.

Dennis O (ca) wrote: It's a good family film dose have a few mistakes but then what movie doesn't

Jonathan W (es) wrote: Too funny! Excellent

Trent R (us) wrote: Very well made and intelligent political satire that lampoons Tory corporal punishment proponents. The production is superbly staged, with suitably austere locations and minimal but well-placed lighting. The initial female lead sports a truly terrible French accent, but the veteran supporting cast of villains is so strong that it is easy to overlook. Excellent cinematography, with not overly dramatic focus-pulling and intercutting between backlit closeups and low-angle shots.

Matthew J (us) wrote: clearly dated, most of its effect is lost post-civil rights, but nonetheless a captivating picture that questions racial identity and also shows the depths of prejudice.

Joel G (ca) wrote: A decent concept/setting, but not well executed. Derivative, weak writing and not very scary. Worth watching for genre fans, but not much of value here.

Melanie D (ag) wrote: If you like low-budget cheese with over-acting and poor special effects with has-beens n' never-weres, which I definitely do, this is great 2am entertainment. It ain't "Gone With The Wind" but I wouldn't want it to be anyway.