It was a good movie. I did not like it.
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Happy TogetherWinner of the Best Director Prize at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival, Wong Kar-Wai's HAPPY TOGETHER is a cinematic balancing act, a stunning display of filmmaking style and a touching love story evenly mixed into one film. Hong Kong and world cinema have never seen anything quite like it. Tony...Subscribe to to watch now
- Crime / Crime-fighter / Police
- Crime / Criminal / Contract Killer
- Crime / Criminal / Gangster
- Drama / Dysfunctional Family
- Drama / Expedition
- Drama / Melodrama
- Drama / Romantic Drama
- Drama / Social Realism
- International / Americas / South American / Argentine
- International / Asian / Hong Kong
- LGBT / Narrative
Two movies in one. The first, hit man plot, was well done but that ground has been trod so many times on screen. Still it offered some great cinematography and...
This movie had a few twists and turns. I kept wondering what was going to happen next. It was slightly slow throughout the movie, but overall I thoroughly enjoyed it.