John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A fun movie that is filled with classic homages to two icons of an era, with the music that fueled the dreams of a generation.
A Singaporean re-imagining of Saturday Night Fever, with a little Bruce Lee & "Play it Again, Sam" thrown in for good measure.
A movie that struck a chord with many, especially those of us growing up in South East Asia.
Hilariously scripted and brilliantly excuted.
Check this moviw out, folks..a timeless dramedy.
really enjoyed the whole movie.
Extremely enjoyble if featherweight film basically transposing Woody Alllen's "Play It Again Sam" to the disco era and using Tony Manero as our hero's spiritual guide. Adrian Pang makes a great comic hero. Worth a look for fans of disco, Bruce Lee, and unconventional foreign movies.
I LOVEEE this film! Simple story, but the characters are unforgetable. Funny with a big heart.
Just ordered this on Amazon and looking forward to seeing it again.
i want to watch this movie again, but unfortunately i don't know where to find this, anyone of you know??????
A rather predictable plot but still some endearing characters. I was surprised that the movie is 99% in English with just a few Chinese terms now and then, though I'm glad the subtitles were still there because it's not very good English :). Overall a cute romantic comedy that is entertaining for it's look back at the 70s disco scene in Singapore.
this movie always brings a smile to my face, i don't know why. this forumula's been overplayed, but it is pulled off nicely. the audio quality, though not "superior," works with the often muted colors, and when the colors become vibrant, the audio explodes. very subtle, i think, in how it gets the job done. slowly becoming a fan.