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Jasmine is a movie starring Jason Tobin, Byron Mann, and Sarah Lian. A year after his wife's murder, once-successful Hong Kong businessman Leonard To (Jason Tobin) is still reeling from the tragedy. Having lost his job, friends, and...

Dax Phelan
Eugenia Yuan, Byron Mann, Sarah Lian, Jason Tobin

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Genres Thriller
Director Dax Phelan
Writer Jason Tobin, Dax Phelan, Dax Phelan
Stars Eugenia Yuan, Byron Mann, Sarah Lian, Jason Tobin
Country USA, Hong Kong
Runtime 1 h 20 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A year after his wife's murder, once-successful Hong Kong businessman Leonard To (Jason Tobin) is still reeling from the tragedy. Having lost his job, friends, and all sense of order in his life, Leonard becomes obsessed with a mysterious stranger he sees at his wife's grave, believing him to be responsible for her death.

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Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 18:07

I am not a fan of Nicolas Cage. If you are a fan of Nicolas Cage, this is not the film for you. The film features very few scenes that make me think of him in any way. However, the film does have a story to it, so it's not that bad. As I said before, the film is very slow at times. The story involves three friends, Jasmine, Lucy and Henry. Lucy is a "Lad" (for the rest of the film) who wants to be a "Cab Girl". Jasmine is a hard-drinking woman, who is very popular in her local community. Jasmine is the one who gets the most interesting character development, but this is a problem for a Nicolas Cage film. The other two characters are introduced to us only as things to be used for sex. I found it very strange to see people falling for these characters. I know that they are about to get married, but I just didn't feel like they would be willing to have sex. I don't think this is the fault of the film, but the way the three characters are introduced is very strange. Jasmine is introduced as a group of tomboys, who are trying to find a "Cab Girl". I don't think this is the most believable way to introduce the characters. The story develops the most with Jasmine, and Lucy, and it's very hard to get that involved. The three characters do their best with what they are given, but it is hard to really get attached to any of them. One of the best things about the film is the sex scenes, which have the best performances. I found all of the sex scenes to be very good. I especially liked the scene where Jasmine and Lucy have sex, and the final sex scene where Lucy and Jasmine have sex. Jasmine is very seductive and has a nice body. I also like the scene where Jasmine's mom dies. The scene is very erotic, and Jasmine is very attractive. I like the way that Jasmine is able to get Lucy to get out of the situation with Jasmine. Lucy is much more mature than Jasmine, but she is also attractive. Henry is just a dick, but he is very much into Jasmine, who he becomes very jealous of. I like the way that the audience gets to know Henry. The plot is very weak, and the script is very poor. I also found that the acting was very poor. Nicolas Cage is a very good actor, but he just doesn't give us enough of a story. The three main characters all have very interesting stories to tell, and they are just the most useless characters in the film. I recommend that you do not watch this film.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 14:44

So, Jasmine is an excellent thriller that needs to be seen. I don't know if you know this, but according to IMDB, this movie is set in Florida, but really it's all about Louisiana. There's an old school lawman named Ricky Roberts (Rutger Hauer), a lawyer named Henry Shaw (Kevin Spacey), and a couple of cops named Ross Dreyfus (Leonor Varela) and Jason Snell (D.B. Sweeney) who is to be from Texas. As it turns out, a gunman named Jay Lever (Woody Harrelson) is running a business that has someone kidnapped and is holding them as hostage for ransom. Shaw and the cops, who are in the process of trying to capture Lever, meet a new client named Jody Lester (Nancy Allen) who is the sister of one of the kidnapped women. Shaw is worried about the situation, because he doesn't want any of his clients to get hurt. Shaw is thinking about the possibility of getting to know Jody's brother Bill, and convince him to pay the ransom. Jody is also interested in learning more about the people she was in the kidnappings. One day, Shaw is telling Bill about his job, and the two of them meet up at a park and discuss their jobs. Jody shows Shaw a picture of the couple that were kidnapped, and they both talk about their cases. While the two are talking, the kidnappers show up. They have their way with them, and Bill decides to join them. Shaw, however, is now also aware of the fact that the people he was working for are not to be trusted. What a great story! Everyone in the cast gives a great performance, and there is nothing to complain about. The script is great and has twists and turns. I also liked the end. Overall, I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes thrillers, because it's a good thriller that would keep you interested. I give this movie an 8/10.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 04:30

Jasmine (2003) In a cold, stone age America, Daniel McConaughey and Bridget Fonda are two young men in love with each other. They live on an abandoned farm in the desert where they work together to try to survive. This beautiful but depressing film has a lot to say about the loneliness of being young, the loneliness of not knowing if the one you love is going to be with you, and the loneliness of not knowing how your partner is going to react. I was a bit surprised that this film is not well known but since I found it on Netflix, I was not too disappointed. It's definitely an indie film that doesn't hold up well to the prestige of big-budget Hollywood films. The film starts off with two men in a small, desolate town. One is a man who seems to be a bit of a doormat, while the other is a man who seems to be a bit of a doormat. Both are looking for a woman and are very interested in her. There is a lot of banter between these two and it feels like they are having a conversation in front of a mirror. Eventually, the two meet each other and fall in love. After a while, they decide to go away to some more action and other situations. It is only later that they find out that the woman they fell in love with is dying. I don't want to give too much away but I would say that it is a surprisingly strong film that I enjoyed a lot. I would have liked to see more of the conversations between the two but I did not really feel like it was all that important. I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it. I give it an 8/10.

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