Hong Kong sex comedy The Gigolo returns with a darker and even more salacious sequel, again starring Dominic Ho as the gigolo king who can send any woman to seventh heaven with his ... See full summary »
Tsui is renowned as an excellent healing author as well as a young successful man. His pieces are called "Chicken Soup for the Soul" for soothing many readers' soul and spirit. The public ... See full summary »
Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), a well-known party location in Hong Kong with loads of nightclubs and bars. Everyone likes to go to LKF for fun, one night stands or even true love. LKF has captured ... See full summary »
A storm is heading to the city, and with it comes another occurrence so destructive, it vows to bring down everything it touches. A crew of seasoned criminals led by the notorious Nam (Hu ... See full summary »
In 1905, revolutionist Sun Yat-Sen visits Hong Kong to discuss plans with Tongmenghui members to overthrow the Qing dynasty. But when they find out that assassins have been sent to kill him, they assemble a group of protectors to prevent any attacks.
Like its predecessor, this no-holds-barred sequel from Hong Kong - a piece of ultra-exploitation adapted from the famed 17th century Chinese novel The Plum in the Golden Vase - attained ... See full summary »
Frankie is brought up in a strict middle class family, but like any other adolescent, he is curious about sex during puberty, so he turns to his "sex mentor" - porn magazines and his mate Jing. With the help of Jing, Frankie has the opportunity of camping with his crush Zoey, and spending time alone with her, during which he loses his virginity to her... not quite! He turns out to be doing the well-known ugly she-boy from school! The episode devastates Frankie, and he decides to leave Hong Kong for the U.K. to continue his study, where he acquaints with lecherous senior James. Frankie is in a stable relationship with Zeta after graduating. Their only problem is their sex life: Zeta is sexually anxious and sets certain restrictions. Not only does that prevent Frankie from being sexually satisfied, it also indirectly leads to their breakup. Frankie then begins his journey back to the mainland with Jing to pick up chicks in clubs, and eventually prostitution, where he meets Celia who ...Written by
Due West has got everything- sex, nudity, boobs, humor, more nudity, sex, good acting, more boobs and more sex, even a teeny bit of violence if I recall, which runs in an equal measure that I liked. Judging from the inviting poster, that obviously promotes the title, I knew this movie would be rated R, before the rating was revealed. It was a good night at the movies, and I'm sure it was for the other seven or so people. And again, like the outlandish, loud, and excessive Sex and Zen, 3D, that came out, in it's year prior, I was the only Aussie here too. It was the same with 33 D Invader, which I'm still longing for it to come on DVD. But, I think there's zero chance it will. These out there, Asian sex movies, are the kind of in thing now, catering sadly only to the Asian audience. They're many others too, like the Lan Kwan Fong movies, etc, where there's even a slim chance, these ones would hit Asian DVD stores in Adelaide. This one, there could be a fifty fifty chance it might hit the DVD stores. This one, I found refreshing. What we have is an insecure Asian student in his sexual prime. He falls in love with a hottie. They have sex. And like all us males know our hormones get the better of us. We just can't keep it our pants. Feelings have to be reciprocated, and we have to be respectful of each other's needs in relationships, and this is where this kid is lacking. What is he doing wrong? What's the cure? At the encouragement of his friends, he heads west to check out all the brothels, where he has more helpings of sex. The journey of the story eases along in, unhurried, one of this movie's shining qualities. There are some very hot and arousing moments, mainly in the brothels that are eye catching, like it's beauties, their attire loud. The only thing the young kid never counted on, was falling in love with one of the pros, who kind of puts him back on track, and re-directs him on the path to reconciling with his ex, after he realizes there's no future in this relationship. She also boosts his confidence in the act of lovemaking, and in the sex department. On his return home, check out what he says, when the ticket man asks him, if he's alright. The dialogue is smartly funny. I don't where these writers come from. By the end too, that falls just short of two hours, we too feel exhausted from this journey. The tent scene early in the film where him and his mate, and their girls go camping, has a twisted humor, and a realism about it too. We all picture doing our mate's girl if she's better looking. To all you non Asian's out there, see this flick when it hits DVD. You'll be pleasantly surprised by how good and hot it really is.
26 of 28 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this