after fleeing vietnam, john (simon yam) joins his brother on board his ship, running illicit goods into hong kong. the rest of the ship's crew are under the command of keung (norman chu) and they have a sideline in pirating, targeting vietnamese refugee boats in particular. on one such boat, they come across gary (garry chow) and his sister, who is promptly killed, along with the rest of the crew: gary only being saved, thanks to john throwing him into the sips hold, where he hides, struck with amnesia, until they arrive in hong kong. once in hong kong, gary manages to flee the ship, but soon finds himself wanted by both the pirates and the police, namely inspector yeung (cynthia khan), with john stuck in between his brother and his friend... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Matthew D (de) wrote: A pretty perfect first act features top-notch voice work and wonderful writing of the titular friendship and Luthor's rivalry and more than any other representation of DC comics on screen this feels like a fully-formed universe of characters. However, with so many characters not all of them get their due, and some are treated with particular injustice. The second and third acts sadly do not live up to the great set-up. So much more could have been done than simply create excuses for one fight scene after the other, fights which get more and more silly, but the entertainment value stays high enough to recommend for anyone seeking a fun, if undemanding, ride with the world's greatest superheroes.
Andrew G (jp) wrote: Very entertaining, fast paced drama that never lets itself get too melodramatic. The underwater cinematography is beautiful and makes the audience feel like they are actually surfing.
Carlos P (br) wrote: La idea es muy buena (Spoiler: intentar plasmar el "qu hubiera pasado si", las posibles vidas dependiendo de sus decisiones). Ambiciosa idea, complicada de plasmar. Cinematografa: una obra de arte. Buenas actuaciones, si bien no me gustaban sus papeles. La vida de Nemo demasiado superficial (en casi todas sus decisiones). Varias reflexiones al "costado" de la pelcula, vlidas e interesantes disquisiciones.Personalmente me quedo con "El jardn de los senderos que se bifurcan", cuento de Borges.
Anne W (fr) wrote: I actually thought this was a good movie, a nice little horror with lovely scenery, what more could you want, very entertaining.
Louis F (ru) wrote: Another smart, funny film from Shane Meadows.This is the first Meadows film where I had trouble understanding some of the dialogue because of the heavy, working class British accents and the bloody dvd didn't have english subtitles!Neither does a couple of Mike Leigh films I've seen, do you across the pond folk get that nobody understands what the hell you're saying half the time?Anyway, Meadows has an uncanny ability to pull out the best performances from his actors, his incredibly strong scripts probably have something to do with that, and the caliber of actor he assembles for his casts.This film is funny and dark, and honest and real.Well done Meadows, well done again. Now release the rest of your films on region 1 you bastard!
Steve S (de) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Semi-successful French horror film about a group of college age actors who gather at a remote cottage to practice for "Little Red Riding Hood". But, the quickly realize that there is something lurking in the woods, hunting them. Not bad, given the familiar set up. How many sexy college age kids in the woods have to die in the horror films? Oh well. It does have some creepiness and offers some chills.
Juli N (es) wrote: A film for connoisseur's of the sick and twisted!
AZ D (us) wrote: One of my favorite horror flix from the late 80's that is quite a gem!! A slasher film with a supernatural twist containing a scary and gruesome villain. A definite must see for horror fans!!
Paul P (fr) wrote: Underrated by many. Great fantasy film for the time. Love watching it no matter how much time has passed
Corey W (mx) wrote: They sold me pretty quick, and I'll be coming back for more.
Phil T (mx) wrote: Nothing new to really add to the genre, but seeing Kurt Russell ham it up as the stuntman-cum-art thief is good fun, while the supporting cast help to make the movie light and enjoyable