It’s undeniable how highly influenced this movie is in ‘Before the sunrise’ (Richard Linklater, 1995), it is the same type of film but setting the action on the streets of Hong Kong instead of Europe, in which we follow the actors through a 78 minutes walk through the streets of that magical city. A journey of two strangers that meet by coincidence, that we get to know at the same time that they get to know each other, without knowing that they will end up wrapped in a red thread of fate that they will remember for all their lifetime, even if the thread gets cut down.
With only a few people left alive, TV media reports begin as Michael and Harper are now thrown together to survive a zombie-like apocalypse. Once the television goes, Michael digs out a radio so that both men could be informed as to what’s going on in the city. We see overnight how both of these individuals react to each other and begin to work together to keep safe while Michael is worried for his ex-girlfriend and wonders where she could be in all this carnage.
Kento (ELLY) has never lost in his hometown.
It’s been a long, long journey for the The Puppetmaster and Goodbye South, Goodbye helmer, Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsien-Hsiao whose latest martial arts debut with the $14 million dollar action romance epic, The Assassin, initially saw cameras rolling as early as 2010 and 2012 before being plagued by a series of unfortunate stops and starts. Those who are familiar with the DNA of Hou’s work might empathize just a little bit as it was new ground for the director who talked about his experience back in 2014 when he officially wrapped production, and needless to say, the wait is just a little bit closer to being over with the virility of the latest poster for the film which you can take a look at below, courtesy of international sales agent, Wild Bunch.
Huang Xiaoming, Vincent Zhao, Wang Huebing and Li Xinru also star. Watch the trailer below!
“The Chemist” is a gritty action thriller about [Steele], an aging assassin who is double-crossed by his employer when he refuses to assassinate a woman he just met. On the run, Steele becomes the next target in a fast-paced battle between assassins – until he is surprised with a secret that changes everything about what he thought he knew. To complicate matters even more, he begins to fall in love with his would-be target.
JAKE MORRISON (Christopher Dorrah) is a dedicated and respected criminal psychiatrist trained to help individuals cope with traumatic events in their lives. In one of his most bizarre cases, Jake finds himself going down a road that he never imaged traveling. It’s through intense and mind boggling sessions that he discovers a common trait that he and his psychotic patient unknowingly share. The NYPD’s newest in-mate, LEIGH (Numa Perrier), is a woman scarred by a devastating childhood. She witnesses the brutal murder of her mother by the hands of the woman that raises her. VICTORIA (Vivienne Powell) is a ruthless drug lord that forces Leigh into living a life ruled by lies, betrayal, and murder. It’s only when Leigh meets GREG (Bivas Biswas) that she begins to understand the true meaning of love, but it appears to be too late. When she realizes that her criminal life has robbed her of any chance of true happiness is when she goes into a fit of rage. It’s only through elimination and confinement that she is finally able to escape from a tormented life. Meanwhile, Jake is so engrossed with his personal life that he has a difficult time separating fantasy from reality. He is at odds with his wife SARE (Tahiry Jose) and painfully struggles to mend the pieces together in his personal life and he will stop at nothing to regain what has been lost. Jake eventually finds himself forced to make an emotional decision that will change the course of his life forever. It’s both the psychiatrist and patient’s real life events that send them to a point of no return. This breath-taking story makes BEAUTIFUL DESTROYER a thriller that will leave you intrigued by the complicated relationships that we allow to dominate our lives.
The New Trailer For HEROPANTI Brings Action, Romance, And The Mechanics Of Kicking People In The Face
The martial arts cinema genre is still fair game anywhere around the world, including the inner-circles of Bollywood cinema, an industry that is said to produce out up to a good thousand films per year. And in 2014, actor Jai Hemanta Shroff who goes by the official screen persona, Tiger Shroff is ready to jump onboard the action scene in his upcoming theatrical debut, Heropanti.
A bastian of fitness, avid Bruce Lee fan and son of veteran actor Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff, Tiger has driven some pretty huge buzz in the past few years as the next big thing despite being a fresh face. And as of late, Tiger‘s made himself pretty busy promoting his new film, even so far as giving live performances with his team to illustrate the authenticity of his skill set without wires.
Directed by Sabbir Khan, Heropanti stands to be the first of two films starring Tiger in his first move to the big screen with producer Sajid Nadiadwala, leaving a little something more for action fans to expand their fanfare with their favorite genre.
Heropanti also stars actress Kriti Sanon and will get its day in Indian cinemas this Friday.
Sixty six years since India became free, but are we still free to love, to choose our own life really? Rising from present India in the conflicting era of shining modernity and deep-rooted archaic traditions, in the era of big city versus small towns, comes a love story sealed with an impossible fate. The story of the bold Bablu and the bratty Dimpy.
Will Bablu and Dimpy’s love blossom under the terror of a brutal clan and the violent landscape it is set against.
Heropanti is the story of today’s youth, and the coming of age of its conflicting protagonists.