His last post was from 2009, so, I guess, he isn't on HKMDB anymore.
Does anybody know how can I contact him?
Teddy Wong wrote:Wow! Thank you!
According to this summary, it is definitely "Man from Holland". I just wonder if this "new" version has some new footage, like Philip Ko did with "Deadly target" - added some new footage and released it as "Penal reconnaissance".
Masterofoneinchpunch wrote:Can we query the HKMDB database by year? I remember at one point you could and I couldn't remember if he kept that way alive?
Also what is the email address of the admin there (I've asked this before, but lost the email)? He doesn't check PMs.
That would be a good idea. Shame we'll never see it. Or any of the couple of dozen other suggested over the years.Masterofoneinchpunch wrote:One thing that can really help would be a country drop down along with the years. That would help in finding how many HK films in a year .
You and just about everyone else.Masterofoneinchpunch wrote:I'm afraid to say anything.
Brian T wrote:email@example.com
Hopefully he responds . . .
I wouldn't be at all surprised if he knows about this forum, and is maintaining his stance accordingly, if clearly counter-productively.Masterofoneinchpunch wrote:Well not so far.
Because he can?Masterofoneinchpunch wrote:I think you guys can answer this question. Does the Box Office information page for HKMDB exist in any orphan link? He also removed the BO information on all individual movie titles as well (not sure why; does anyone know why?).
I'm honestly not sure if he realizes the DISadvantages of blocking those forums from view of all but a handful of participants. I'll likely never upload anything directly to the site from here on out, but if I had access to those threads, I could at least contact insiders directly to give them additional info I might have, or screencaps to upload as their own.Also if you can tell him to allow non-editors to see the two editing areas (like last year)that would be great.
Brian T wrote:Interesting. Have then been gone long? Regardless, I'm sure they're restorable one way or another. I'm curious if it's at last part of the housecleaning (to remove the vast quantities of non-reviews and borderline offensive one-liners) that was suggested/requested something like five years ago, or just the usual routine, unconventional maintenance.
Brian T wrote:...P.S. If you are concerned about the online presence of your reviews one day being lost/deleted from the old roost, I'd suggest copying them via the WayBack machine (or from your own computer) and posting them on IMDB as well, just so there's a more visible alternative for your work if and when a disappearance like this happens in the future.