The police are staking out a Hong Kong flat, waiting to catch some major gun-dealers. While the suppliers are conducting their deal, they move in. Both buyers are killed in the gunfire, but not their young daughter. The suppliers escape, and as their ruthless boss covers his tracks, he goes after the girl, the only witness.
- Stars:Yun-Fat Chow, Cherie Chung, Roy Cheung, Paul Chun, Cheuk Yan Chan, Feng Ku, Kwong Leung Wong, Kong Lau, Chi Hung Ng, Elaine Jin, Ming Wan Yeung, Shui-Wah Fok,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Ringo Lam,
- Writer:Yin Nam
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(ru) wrote: Saw all the nominated shorts this year for the Oscars, and felt The Lost Thing was the clear front runner. I've never seen anything quit like this before, from a visual perspective, as well as from an emotionally perspective. Worth experiencing.
(nl) wrote: I know we shouldn't be shocked to see ineptitude in our government. and yet...
(nl) wrote: If you are a designer or have any interest in design, I highly recommend this. Realize every single item in your life was thought thru by someone.
(ru) wrote: Caught this film at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. It was one of those films that make going to festivals so much fun. An unexpected treat, the film's understated style feels authentic. Catch it if you can.
(nl) wrote: this movie was a let down the only good thing on the DVD was the Mushroomhead Video
(kr) wrote: Laura Smiles tells the story of a housewife living the perfect family life, until she eventually breaks down and loses her mind. Very good drama, the story is carried in a very original way which keeps your atention the whole time, going back and forth in time, showing the different situations that have happened to her (which are also the very sad causes leading to her breakdown). It just gets stronger as the movie goes forward. I read somewhere that it was described as 'a raw, bleak Desperate Housewives without the humor or satire', which sounds as an accurate description.
(mx) wrote: One star out of sympathy. I couldn't even finish it.
(au) wrote: A perfect Valentine's Day slasher film. They actually did a pretty good job of keeping me guessing as to who the killer actually was. And I didn't mind the sub-par acting because I got to look at David Boreanaz and watch Denise Richards get killed.
(gb) wrote: Doesn't hold up like I remember it from my childhood.
(nl) wrote: want to see ?t anyone seen this movie ?
(br) wrote: Innocent housewife Loretta Young is framed in a letter by her dick of an unstable husband for his own (imagined) imminent death in this short suburban suspense movie. Her attempts to get back the letter seem to make her appear guilty instead. She'd have been better off sending the young tricycle-riding, cookie-mooching, cowboy-wannabe 'Hoppy' after the offending mail. But fear not, for after all of this mild terror involving everyday life, there is a happy ending.
(ru) wrote: With many holiday specials of big screen animated franchises coming out this one is close to the bottom with for the most part lazy jokes and little effort. Like the good majority from blue sky animation it assumes kids have low standards so there is little reason to put in much effort thus its as predictable as they come
(jp) wrote: Jingle all the way used to be one of my ALL time favorite films of all time. I didn't only watch it on Christmas but I watched it at least twice a week for a year. Back then I was obsessed with this movie. It was funny seeing Arnold literally stop at nothing to get Jamie his Turboman doll. Watching it now I may notice plot of the plot holes, but for what it is it's still an entertaining Christmas flick.
(ca) wrote: Such a touching story
(jp) wrote: Don't waste your time