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Ratings & Reviews

  1. HKFanatic's rating of the film Three

    Johnnie To has been operating at a peak for so long, it's likely we might be starting to take him for granted. Even so, "Three" proves a devilishly entertaining thriller that finds the director at his most playful and Hitchcockian. To makes glorious use of the widescreen frame, positioning characters and objects like chess pieces...and that's even before the almost "Gravity"-esque shootout of the climax.

  2. Ghostman's rating of the film Three

    A social satire on the absurd stupidity of career professionals in society hidden in action genre tropes. Johnnie To is a master filmmaker. Also this movie kicks ass and is hilarious.

  3. msmichel's rating of the film Three

    A disappointing return from Johnnie To that seems derivative and uninspired at best from a director that has made a number of action genre classics. Main problem is the scripting that reportedly was not complete at time of shows. The hospital setting is not novel and character development here is pretty ridiculous. Usually a fan of To but this one is worth passing on.

  4. THE APOLL0's rating of the film Three

    To proves yet again his mastery in construction of cinematic structure and economy. Though he would find it amusing, Hollywood (if they were intelligent) should take note.

  5. Chihao Tsang's rating of the film Three

    I was disappointed with this, doctor character was just really annoying

  6. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Three

    The Cop, the Thief and the Doctor. Three characters for a dramatic opera in a Hong Kong hospital. Johnnie To is back, let's spray the word. Strongly recommended.

  7. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Three

  8. Matutinal Steel's rating of the film Three

    As with every Johnnie To movie, Three has its share of utterly ridiculous moments. It's almost worth watching for the slo-mo shootout.

  9. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Three

    Until the climactic shootout-- again proving To the finest modern set piece, action director, a cross between the staging of Leone and the rousing ballet-esque orchestration of Hong Kong-era Woo-- Three wrings tension and suspense from actionless action. To's Mainland China-made Drug War battled censorship, here he works free again in Hong Kong at the apex of his career, and with one of his few optimistic endings.

  10. Mirela Dudaş's rating of the film Three

    at slow motion shootout scene I laughed uncontrollably as at the five movements of The OA. sorry

  11. Wipeoutt31's rating of the film Three

  12. Jeremiah Johnson's rating of the film Three

    I badly wanted to watch this at the cinemas, but could get the chance to.

  13. Eric Ortiz García's rating of the film Three