#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In 1967, on the way to the wedding of a friend a young man is accosted by a local gang member. Later, the three friends administer justice, in the process of which the gang member is killed, so they leave Hong Kong to avoid the police and the gang. They run black market supplies to Saigon and get embroiled in the war, being arrested as Viet Cong, then later captured by the Viet Cong, and find that their friendship is tested to the limits as they try to escape.
Plot: When three close friends escape from Hong Kong to war-time Saigon to start a criminal’s life, they all go through a harrowing experience which totally shatters their lives and their friendship forever.
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Another John Woo-masterpiece!
This masterpiece is a crime story and a war drama as well as a wonderful film about friendship and the power of money. “Bullet in the Head” is a truly amazing epic that takes place in the era of Vietnam war and it becomes better and better with every minute: the performances of the four main actors are excellent and John Woo´s great action choreography is out of this world! This film is loaded with so much dramatic, emotions and explosiveness what will make you forget anything other you´ve seen before easily!!
I was truly speechless because of this great movie!!!
The best and most beautiful of John Woo’s films. It is a raw, emotional epic that transcends genre. When I first saw it theatrically, it became my favorite film ever… and is still high on my top ten list. I saw it with the office ending, and it’s the ending I will always prefer. Why? Because it’s tonally consistent. The car chase ending is not. It is sloppily directed. Woo tries to make it resonate by inter-cutting the bike riding sequence, but it feels forced. The sequence has no reason to exist. The film is extremely powerful and has sequences that are unforgettable — Ben bidding his wife farewell during a student demonstration; the murder of Ringo; the pee drinking scene; Frank’s final moments; Simon’s Yam’s stylish intro, the list is endless. The score by James Wong and Romeo Diaz is one of the greatest ever and takes its melodic cues from “I’m A Believer” (The Monkeys). It is an extraordinary piece of work and it is a screaming insult that it is not available on CD. Tony Leung’s performance (as Ben) is riveting, and this is the film that truly showcased his awesome talent. The action sequences are Woo’s strongest and most realistic, and the cinematography is amazing. The opening twenty minutes are virtually dialog-free as Woo establishes the day-to-day lives of his three protagonists (Leung, Waise Lee and Jacky Cheung) and sets up their destiny. The emotional build is extremely powerful and the depiction of war is graphic, insane and hideous. Ultimately, “Bullet in the Head” is a devastating experience and testament to John Woo’s incredible talent. Nothing he has made since has come even close to the cinematic majesty of this masterpiece.
Original Language cn
Runtime 2 hr 16 min (136 min), 2 hr 6 min (126 min) (Australia), 2 hr 5 min (125 min) (New Zealand), 1 hr 37 min (97 min) (video) (heavily cut) (Germany)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller, War
Director John Woo
Writer Janet Chun, Patrick Leung, John Woo
Actors Tony Chiu-Wai Leung, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee, Simon Yam
Country Hong Kong
Awards 1 win & 5 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd., Hong Kong
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm