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Tian mai zhuan qi (2002)
it's a little bit funny
This film could have been good : Michelle Yeoh, Ben Chaplin, Richard Roxburgh (the funny duke in Moulin Rouge!) and Basil Poledouris (soundtrack). Instead of a good action/fantasy movie, we have this... thing. The story is so stupid, the special effects are very terrible. Oh, yes, you can see many good looking Asian hunks (Karl's group), but these good looking guys were not supposed to be the only interesting thing in The Touch. Poor Michelle Yeoh...
a beautiful and sad movie
The Firefly is a very beautiful and sad movie about the destiny of young people during the world war II. The story is really interesting mostly about happened to the characters during the 40s and the 80s. The memory of war can't be erased.
Reign of Fire (2002)
Boring and very bad movie
This movie is so boring and the script is full of mistakes and stupidity. The end is really terrible. I've never seen Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey acting so badly. Only three things are ok in this movie : beautiful dragons (but really NOT extremely intelligent and NOT highly evolved!!), beautiful bodies (Bale and McConaughey spent hours and hours at the gym instead of thinking about their character), and beautiful post-apocalyptic landscapes (but we've already seen the same kind in other sci-fi movies)... So, you can avoid this Reign of Fire.
Irreversible is so boring. To start the movie with the end can't avoid the stupidity of the story. It is also a movie full of homophobia : the gay club is Hell, the guy who raped the women is gay, the penis of a transexual prostitute is shown like "look this freak!!". In movie, women must be beautiful and pregnant to be good and everything else is hell, violence and perversity. The violence, the homophobia and the racism in Irreversible have nothing to do with A Clockwork Orange because there is no intelligence and sensibility in this movie, only the wish to shock the audience... So boring and stupid.
The best of Tsui Hark and Chiu Man Chek
This movie is special. Yes, it's another HK movie with great demonstrations of martial arts -with swords and blood-, heroism and revenge. Behind the wonderful and very violent fighting sequences, it's more about life, lust and frustrations. Tsui Hark puts unusual sadness in his movie and a strong sexual atmosphere : Valerie Chow is really amazing as a crazy prostitute and Chiu Man Chek is much sexier and a better actor than Jet Li or Chow-Yun Fat. Between the efficiency of Tai-Chi and the melancholy of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Perfect.