Double Vision

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Movie Info

An FBI agent (David Morse) travels to Taiwan to help an inspector (Tony Leung Ka Fai) search for a serial killer whose methods are gruesome.

Cast & Crew

David Morse
Kevin Richter
Rene Liu
Ching-fang
Leon Dai
Li Feng-bo
Sihung Lung
Taoist Expert
Jimmy Huang Chih-Ming
Producer
Chen Kuo-fu
Executive Producer
Arthur Wong
Cinematographer
Tim Yip
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Critic Reviews for Double Vision

All Critics (5) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (2)

  • Quando se concentra na relao entre os personagens de Leung e Morse, o filme fascinante. Pena que sua resoluo transforme o roteiro numa baguna completa.

    March 25, 2006 | Rating: 2/5
  • Presents long stretches between the more compelling ideas and the end result is a movie that smells like an enjoyable Genre Stew but ends up tasting like limp noodles.

    November 6, 2003 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • It's creepy, it's engaging, it's great, brainy fun.

    August 1, 2003 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…
  • Looks very much like a lost Chinese episode of The X-Files, but it's still a good, weird ride starring Hong Kong star Tony Leung and American actor David Morse.

    May 15, 2003 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
  • A gripping bi-lingual drama with spiritual/mystic overtones, Double Vision is a well crafted entertainment with an intriguing premise.

    November 2, 2002 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Double Vision

  • May 20, 2012
    What the hell did I just watched, It doesn't make any sense. A gore fest with martial art to summarise the film.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Jan 22, 2011
    Solid Asian supernatural thriller set in Taiwan about an investigation into a series of grisly murders based on Taoism mythology. Sets a decent pace from the start and doesn't shy away from the violence. Found myself a little confused in the plot towards the end as explanations for the motives of the murders started to be revealed, but I got the gist of what was going on. Overall a very decent effort.
    Lee ? Super Reviewer
  • Jul 18, 2008
    the movie's pacing is too slow..it plods along...and Tony Leung's personal life issues jut seem overblown and not relevant to the plot at all. David MOrse is the most interesting (and competent) individual working on the case, and he does not stay for the entire movie. Seems most in Taiwan on the police force are either corrupt or lacadasial about diong their job to their best ability. Either way, this social commentary dillutes what is suppose to be a whodunit in a series of odd, grisly murders. My advice is watch "tell me something' instead. Tony Leung is a fine actor but his character is muted down quite a bit and hence, viewer is left with a half baked effort.
    alan j Super Reviewer
  • Jan 22, 2008
    More of a mystery and suspense film rather than an action and adventure, which this flick may be marketed as. When all is said and done, this is basically an Asian answer to <i>Se7en</i>.<p>Obviously, this film moves really slowly as any investigative crime drama would. Unlike <i>Se7en</i>, which is pretty straightforward, this film takes some paying attention to. The story also has a dash of science fiction in it, which adds in another twist. While the first half moves slow and goes into some detail it turns out just a little boring. Fortunately, the second half of the film becomes more interesting. Not only that, but just as the story picks up you are treated to a slaughter fest, which really does catch you by surprise. I guess that can be a good thing. From here on out, you get a nice twist and a confusing, yet interesting and dramatic ending. Good or bad? You be the judge.</p><p>If you are watching this film for the suspense, don't. This film does play out like a suspenseful mystery, but this film is not suspenseful or scary at all. Although, seeing a person with two pupils in one eye is freaky looking.</p><p>The best part of this picture is the acting. Tony Leung puts on a nice performance and so does the beautiful Rene Liu. Hollywood familiar face, David Morse, is pretty good as well, but is definitely under his game from his Hollywood movies. Still, that seems to be the norm with these English speaking actors in Asian films.</p><p>There is nothing really special about this film. If you are a fan of these mystery crime films or Tony Leung, then I give you the OK to watch this.
    JY S Super Reviewer

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