Madame Wu (Sibelle Hu) has been assigned to the Hong Kong Police Academy to train female Banshee Squad Members, next door to the male Tiger Squad Members lead by Inspector Kan (Shui-Fan ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Madame Wu (Sibelle Hu) has been assigned to the Hong Kong Police Academy to train female Banshee Squad Members, next door to the male Tiger Squad Members lead by Inspector Kan (Shui-Fan ...
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Farah R (ru) wrote: A charming and entertaining musical that warms the heart and brings the family together.
Davis B (ru) wrote: Interesting story I suppose. Like a porno film, but with some killing.
Teo R (ca) wrote: I love this movie, it was a really touching and beautiful story weel done Jean-Jacques Annaud
Jonathan C (au) wrote: Oofah. Where to begin? Standard "liar revealed" story about a fish who claims to have taken out a shark. Pop culture reference and silliness overload makes this strictly a kids movie.
Chris H (br) wrote: A nasty mean spirited disgusting movie. Mickey Rourke and Adrien Brody two very fine actors waste their talent in this trash.
Mary T (fr) wrote: I just watched this for the first time. I loved it I don't know what other movies it was in the running with in 1900 but I bet if this move had been made today, Jack Lemmon would have had a best actor nomination instead of only a nod for the Golden Globe. He was terrific. There were a lot of important lessons in this heartwarming movie.
Ben F (us) wrote: "Diner" ranks among some of the great ensemble cast films of our time. Barry Levinson accomplishes everything he sets out to do in this production. With a great story, and some wonderful acting by everyone, the audience is able to enjoy themselves through scenes of laughter, despair, and especially friendship. "Diner" has it all. There's this special diner. It's a special place to a specific group of men who have been going their for the longest time. It's their home base. The diner reflects their everlasting friendship, and how no matter what happens, they'll always be able to go back to the diner and reflect on their life experiences. Tim Daly, Steve Guttenberg, Daneil Stern, Mickey Rourke, and Kevin Bacon all star in this film. Their friendship is something that feels extremely vivacious and real, thanks to the well done story and script. Over the course of the film, the men feel that they are drifting apart in different ways. The movie doesn't just provide us with all the common senses of joy and sadness, but it structures a commentary on the life experience in general. Like I said earlier, the acting is solid by everyone. Mickey Rourke and Kevin Bacon are a couple of key performers in this movie because they both do an excellent job. The rest of the cast as well was spot on. When you've got great acting, its always a plus. And this film certainly had that. "Diner"does take place during a different time, but its message resonantes throughout history. The symbolism of friendship and courage are relevant to all generations, and this film is able to dictate that mesage to anyone from any time. You don't really get a lot of films like this. I know I'm kind of speaking a little weirdly in this specific review. So let me just say this. "Diner" was highly enjoyable. It had a great script, a heartfelt story, good acting, and a good soundtrack. It's definitely a movie to see. I am certain of that.
Curtis L (br) wrote: The ridiculousness of this movie made it great.
Tim W (kr) wrote: Stupid and cliche. It wasn't funny or romantic and it lacked subtlety or a good script. In fact this movie actually pissed me off.
Jenna I (es) wrote: What a devastating movie! Also a real nugget of honesty in that 50s sea of posing and insincerity. Loved the commentary on being a woman and a widow in 50s suburbia mixed with the general human commentary on selfishness, love and honesty. It's so rare to see a movie so humanizing and genuinely empathetic with its female lead, let alone during this time.
Liam H (ag) wrote: I will tell you how to enjoy this movie. I am a Scotsman myself and for that reason I supported the scottish people in it who were fighting back. Then those people became so horrible I fell back in line with supporting the main characters again. This movie tries to give you a bit of everything: futuristic meets, ye olde world, familiar action elements from a range of movies and still holds the plot together surprisingly well. However it does tail off towards the end and the worst parts unfortunately are reserved for the end.
Isadore H (gb) wrote: A very well written film with insanely clever dialogue and great acting from the three main characters. Funny when it needs to be and somber when it's appropriate as well, this film is destined to be a cult classic of the future
Giorgio P (br) wrote: Im a fan of Tom Cruise. But this movie is just him and a bunch of characters shouting dialogue with no subtlety. No one just shuts the fuck up for one minute. There was honestly not one point in the story i cared about what was happening. And thats a serious problem for a film that has no visual style, dialogue which just doesnt have anything compelling and almost a two and a half hour running time. Oh yeh, and it was nominated for best picture.
Becky T (fr) wrote: Bryan Cranston was fabulous. The story was very interesting, well directed, and well acted.