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What MOVIE(s) have you been....seeing? watching?
Still, it was stylish though the green filter needed to be changed up more often. I lost the thread a few times for how or why he was hunting certain people and what a few working folks did to deserve death but not some others. Seems like The Killer brought it all on himself for
High-concept romance that really depends on how much you accept the high concept. A machine is developed that confirms whether a couple are a love match if they tear off a fingernail for processing. It’s either 100% or 0% with the occasional 50% if only one partner is in love. You can only have one match. Eighty-seven percent of couples are 0%, and everyone accepts this at face value.
Lead joins the Love Institute to train couples for the best result and begins to question her positive result.
I don’t know. Fine acting and quiet but strong camera work, but there’s nothing solid to hold on to. The performances are so restrained when you desperately want to cheer for someone.
I feel like the problem is that the film operates on a very intellectual level when it needs to be felt on an emotional level. Which might be the point because it nicely mirrors the lead’s dilemma.
There’s a lot of symbolism in the use of blue and red, if you’re into that.
If you haven't seen The Thing and love it, you suck.
Would love to see him team up with Kurt Russell again, maybe not for another "Escape from..." tale but SOMETHING.
For her role in Everything Everywhere All at Once, Yeoh gets a frumpy makeunder and an unglamorous role as an aging small business co-owner who is getting audited by the IRS. The auditor is played by Jamie Lee Curtis, who receives an even more extreme makeunder for her part. Minneapolis native James Hong (best known here as the villainous David Lo Pan from Big Trouble in Little China) plays her elderly father, though he is nearly old enough to play her grandfather. Hong has played over 600 roles in television and movies, so he adds something to his every scene while not stealing the show.
The movie is chaotic, violent, funny, and very strange. Near the end, I was overcome with a terrible joy that brought tears to my eyes and a smile to my face. I'm not going to spoil anything about the startling plot here, but the beating heart of this movie involves the classic and difficult relationship between a Chinese mother and her daughter.
Shellhead wrote: I've been a Michelle Yeoh fan for a long time, ever since I saw her jump a motorcycle onto a moving train car in Supercop 2, a stunt that not even her co-star Jackie Chan has tried.
That is one of the greatest stunts I've ever seen, and surely one of the greatest stunts ever filmed. I don't even remember the movie, but I sure remember that train stunt.
She has a shitty film called Silverhawk that has her doing a lot of motorcycle work as well, and you also get Michael Jai White. It's not a great movie but you also kind of need to see it if you like her.