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(3265) 6.3 98 min 2019

Hai Phuong is a movie starring Van Veronica Ngo, Mai Cát Vi, and Thanh Nhien Phan. Veronica Ngo stars as an ex-gangster who is lying low in the countryside after becoming a mother, but she can't escape her violent past when her...

Pham Anh Khoa, Thanh Nhien Phan, Van Veronica Ngo, Mai Cát Vi
Thriller, Drama, Action
Van Kiet Le, Le-Van Kiet

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Drama, Action
Director Van Kiet Le, Le-Van Kiet
Writer Kay Nguyen
Stars Pham Anh Khoa, Thanh Nhien Phan, Van Veronica Ngo, Mai Cát Vi
Country Vietnam
Also Known As Οργισμένη, Furie, Furia, Fúria Feminina, Hai Phượng
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Veronica Ngo stars as an ex-gangster who is lying low in the countryside after becoming a mother, but she can't escape her violent past when her daughter is kidnapped.

Top reviews

Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 10:44

In "Hai Phuong", writer-director Jonathan Woo employs the heavy-handed formula of a Hong Kong film in a way that seems to contradict it, and it's an ambitious film, even if it's not quite as powerful as the director would like it to be. The film is set in Hong Kong in 1984, when a mysterious man has come to the city to pursue a fortune. He doesn't know who he is or what he's doing there. The protagonist is played by Leung Ching-Ying, who I know from "The Love Guru", and he plays his character as a wise, or maybe that's just the way he is in the film. The hero has two brothers who are his best friends, and the brother who has the fortune tries to get the hero to help him. The protagonist's mother (Yi Ying, "The Prom") has to raise her sons, and the protagonist helps them in some way. This is the first film of Woo's, and the first film of "The Love Guru", so we know what to expect from this film. There's some interesting characters, and some funny moments. The film is a bit slow, and it's a bit dull, but I did find some scenes to be funny. This film is certainly a little different from Woo's other films, and I think the director wants to explore some things he hasn't explored before. Overall, I think this is a good film. The protagonist is the best thing about it, and he's played by a very good actor, so that's a good thing. The film is a bit slow, and I think that's the main drawback. However, I did find the story interesting, and the characters were likable. The film was certainly a good film, and I recommend it.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 18:50

After the wildly successful "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", the new remake of the famous Hong Kong-made film "The Girl Who Cried Dragon", which made Hong Kong film-making history by becoming the first Asian film to be awarded an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, I was excited to see "Dragon Tattoo" again. I am not a fan of Hong Kong cinema, but I do love "The Girl Who Cried Dragon", so I decided to go and see it. Unfortunately, I had some reservations about this remake. First, I did not know that the original film was in English, but I did know that it was very good, so I did not feel that it was necessary to read subtitles. Secondly, the original film was an old film, and I had only seen it on TV once, so I did not know how the film would have been different. But after seeing the film, I am glad I did not see the original version on DVD. The plot is basically the same as the original, but the pace of the film is much faster and the story is much more exciting. The first half of the film is very intense and violent, and the second half is more exciting. The story is actually very good, but the story is actually much better than the original. The characters are also much better developed, and the acting is much better than in the original. The direction is very good, the cinematography is very good, and the soundtrack is very good. I really liked this remake, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has seen the original version.
Friday, 22 May 2020 22:46

I watched this film and enjoyed it. It's a fairly straightforward revenge story, but it's not about revenge. It's about what happens to the father after he loses his job. It's about how the son and daughter are made to fight for revenge. The father is a man with a lot of passion, but he's also a man who is struggling to raise his daughter and the daughter wants to do what's best for her and her father. The daughter is a smart and independent young girl who is smart enough to outsmart her father, who is still trying to keep his job. It's a nice revenge story. The father comes across as a decent person. He doesn't deserve to lose his job, but he does deserve to have some revenge. The son is also good. He does his best to be a good son. The daughter is a spoiled brat. She's also smart enough to outsmart her father. They both come across as decent people, but they're not good people. I think the film is about a father and a daughter who don't know each other and can't tell the difference between right and wrong. They have good intentions, but their actions don't reflect the good intentions of the people they work for. I liked the acting of the two main characters. The father is played by Ho Hong-kyoung and he did a good job. The daughter is played by Anam Pan, who I think is an amazing actress. She is definitely the star of the film. The two of them do a great job. The father does a good job as well, but he's not in a great mood. I like the music. It's a nice soundtrack. The film is based on a novel by Yap Grun. I've read the novel and liked it. It's a very good novel. It's a story about revenge. The book is a classic. It's about revenge and the family relationship. I think the film is a nice continuation of the novel. I like the film, but I think the novel is better.

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