Police inspector and excellent hostage negotiator Ho Sheung-Sang finds himself in over his head when he is pulled into a 72 hour game by a cancer suffering criminal out for vengeance on Hong Kong's organized crime Syndicates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Running Out of Time
Police inspector and excellent hostage negotiator Ho Sheung-Sang finds himself in over his head when he is pulled into a 72 hour game by a cancer suffering criminal out for vengeance on Hong Kong's organized crime syndicates.
- Stars:Kinnosuke Nakamura, Ken Takakura, Wakaba Irie, Chieko Naniwa, Isao Kimura, Yoshinobu Kaneko, Michiyo Kogure, Satomi Oka, Kusuo Abe, Chôichirô Kawarasaki, Koreya Senda, Zeko Nakamura, Sumiko Hidaka, Shinnosuke Ogata, Nanda, Manoj Kumar, Shashikala, Andy Lau, Ching Wan Lau, YoYo Mung, Waise Lee, Shiu Hung Hui, Suet Lam, Ruby Wong, Wai Ai, Wai Kin Lam, Robert Sparks, Wai Leung Hung, Ching Ting Law, Man Shing Yau, Tin Hung Yee, South Kei Lee,
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Abel G (us) wrote: Pretty scary but overall good movie
MR R (it) wrote: This movie with a bit more budget could have done something. I enjoyed it..
Pete M (es) wrote: A great family film available at Redbox if anyone needs a Christmas flick.
Joe S (it) wrote: I saw the words jazz, Freud, and avant-garde in the same sentence; I'm in.
Tina A (nl) wrote: Rather boring but watchable chick flick.
Roland F (au) wrote: FUNNY AS HELL IN PLACES, BUT I WOULD NOT ALLOW MY CAT TO WATCH IT.
Matt B (es) wrote: The only problem with Penny Marshall directing Riding in Cars with Boys is that she tries too hard to make it sweet and charming. The truth is that this is a really sad story. A teenage girl gets knocked up, marries a loser drug addict, doesn't get into college, and then can't help but blame her son for all her mistakes. That's sad!Nevertheless, Riding in Cars with Boys is a moving drama with super performances from Drew Barrymore and Steve Zahn. It's not perfect, but it should make you cry (it certainly makes me tear up at parts).
Matthew F (br) wrote: This film makes many of the same mistakes Disney made with films like Atlantis and Treasure Planet, although it is not as bad as they are. Things that make this film better than those are better characters (well better than Atlantis), better action, a better story. and better animation (well, at least better than Treasure Planet). None of those things are done very well, the animation looked like they filled it in with color way too much. Also Eris is a really cool villain. What makes me give it a good rating is the moral of honor, and the climax was great. Is this an animated masterpiece, not by any stretch, but I am glad I watched it.
David L (nl) wrote: I remember i went to watch tis movie with my little bro at the cinema at our holiday, we almost laugh dead inside and really my favorite among all :D
Cassie P (gb) wrote: wouldn't mind seeing it
Jason Z (es) wrote: good movie,, a fair amount of humor.. very enjoyable
Edward B (ca) wrote: Much was riding on this film because it was the first mainstream, widely released Hollywood films about the AIDS-HIV pandemic in America, a few independent films had come out earlier in the 1980s. The film largely lives up to the great expectations. It follows a group of white middle class urban gay men from 1981 - 1989 as they deal with the deadly disease and the prejudice and lose that comes with it. Perhaps the only major complaint is that its only about how the pandemic impacts a particular class of gay men and largely ignores other gay men (or women) or the larger heterosexual population.
Sam S (nl) wrote: The first one was bad- this was terrible.
Nic C (fr) wrote: Shame. Great cast, beautiful scenery - but doesn't do the legend any credit. Also too episodic and full of loose ends.
Thomas O (de) wrote: Honestly, when I watched the movie, I had never even read the books. After seeing the movie and thinking it was pretty good, I turned around and started reading the books. After reading just the FIRST book, I instantly hated the movie and thought (and still think) that I could make a better version of Eragon. After reading all 3 books (at the time) I couldn't help but feel disgusted with the movie. I think the books need to be followed and there needs to be more than just one movie. Sure, this movie is kinda like LOTR and Star Wars, but if the books were followed, it would make for a better movie/franchise that I believe would rank up there with LOTR and SW. Of course, there are many SW Fanatics who would disagree, and there might be some LOTR fanatics who would disagree, but at the end of the day, I would love to see all 4 books be made into a franchise movie line.
Paul D (us) wrote: Cheap imitation of a Philip K Dick story.
Michael R (ru) wrote: Not since X2 has there been such a thoroughly satisfying X-Men film. Days of Future Past has fast paced action, and intriguing plot that with tongue firmly in cheek does it's best to wipe away the lesser quality "memories" of the past. A must see for all X-Men fans.