Double Vision
Double Vision (2002)

Directed by former critic Chen Kuo-fu, Shuang Tong (Double Vision) is a Taiwanese effort at combining various aspects of the crime and horror genres with the excitement of martial arts. Led by detective Li Feng-po (Leon Dai), a group of… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 31, 2002
DVD Release Date: August 5, 2003
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Critic Score: 60% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Quando se concentra na relação entre os personagens de Leung e Morse, o filme é fascinante. Pena que sua resolução transforme o roteiro numa bagunça completa.

Joshua Tanzer

Looks very much like a lost Chinese episode of The X-Files, but it's still a good, weird ride starring Hong Kong star Tony Leung and American actor David Morse.

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Scott Weinberg

Presents long stretches between the more compelling ideas and the end result is a movie that smells like an enjoyable Genre Stew but ends up tasting like limp noodles.

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Urban Cinefile

A gripping bi-lingual drama with spiritual/mystic overtones, Double Vision is a well crafted entertainment with an intriguing premise.

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David Cornelius
Hollywood Bitchslap

It's creepy, it's engaging, it's great, brainy fun.

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Flixster Audience Score: 44% Flixster User Reviews
Lee ?
Solid Asian supernatural thriller set in Taiwan about an investigation into a series of grisly murders based on Taoism mythology. Sets a decent pace from the… More
Sylvester Kuo
What the hell did I just watched, It doesn't make any sense. A gore fest with martial art to summarise the film.
JY Skacto
More of a mystery and suspense film rather than an action and adventure, which this flick may be marketed as. When all is said and done, this is basically an… More
alan jay
the movie's pacing is too plods along...and Tony Leung's personal life issues jut seem overblown and not relevant to the plot at all. David… More
Jens S.
Okay, this movie tried really hard to be the asian "Se7ven" but neither did it make much sense nor was it very exciting. Confusing and unnecessarily… More