97 goo waak jai: Jin mo bat sing

97 goo waak jai: Jin mo bat sing

The boss of the Hung Hing gang, Tian Sang, has died. Ho Nam and Hon Bun find Sangs younger brother, Yang to lead the gang. Meanwhile, Hon Bun receives news that his younger brother, a ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Cantonese,English,Mandarin,Thai
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:number in title,   gang,   sequel,  

The boss of the Hung Hing gang, Tian Sang, has died. Ho Nam and Hon Bun find Sangs younger brother, Yang to lead the gang. Meanwhile, Hon Bun receives news that his younger brother, a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


97 goo waak jai: Jin mo bat sing torrent reviews

Chilli H (de) wrote: Acting is awful Story is awfulSpecial FX are awfulDon't bother!

Mike M (ru) wrote: If you've seen the classic Fright Night, along with its sequel; then you've seen this film. In terms of acting, everything here is laughably bad, and the guy playing Ed is cringe worthy. Fright Night 2: New Blood is typical Straight to DVD trash.

Angelo M (mx) wrote: Loved the performances of the two leads. Would have liked the son's story to be more fully developed.

James H (ag) wrote: Ultra low budget, but it does have it's moments. The actors do try. Very uneven , but at least it made me smile on occasion.

Lah M (ca) wrote: Good, but somewhat unconvincing?

Sara S (au) wrote: so feel good! it's like The Mean Machine, but instead of soccer (futbol), there's gardening. so the similarities are prison, and a lot of the cast. redemptions all around.

T S (ru) wrote: I wanted to spend more time with these characters. They were so real.

Brandon R (fr) wrote: Sam Neil, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and the rest of the cast were awesome. The script was new and fresh for 1993 and a movie like this will just never be done again. This is easily a 5 star movie and was firing on all 8 cylinders from beginning to end.

Juan C (br) wrote: The Stephen Chow masterclass started here and what an entrance it is. He manages to combine with Ng Man Tat in a film that is not dissimilar to the archetype plots most his films revolve around. Again he enters as a poor man with a special talents, all culminating in a world event in which an inevitable delayed entrance occurs.What elevates this is the larger than life quirky characters. The mob bosses are quite something both with extreme eccentricities. Billy? also makes an entrance from nowhere to steal a scene. Ng Man Tat and his sound wave disorder is also set up well, especially when combined with an unrequited love. The tone is fantastically uneven with massive fight sequences exploding out at unforeseen moments with colour coded villains. The armpit gag also goes on for such a long period that it can only be magic. The film is always lively and is structured around a well executed finale.It is also great to think that this film was such a success that it caused a quasi-sequel to God of Gamblers to be filmed, with Chow reprising his role. That would have to be one of the most bizarre sequel pitches in history.

Joshua F (it) wrote: Mildly entertaining.

Vivek A (fr) wrote: Will work only for the extreme Bronson fans "like me :-)". The plot revolves around my favourite Robert Frost poem and Bronson plays a Tartar style Russian.

Bob W (ca) wrote: Don't judge it by today's special effects standards. Sci-fi application to Matthew 5:29.

Ian S (au) wrote: I love MotoGP so I guess I'm a bit biased... but my wife was not, until she saw this movie! now she understands my passion for the sport!

sari p (ru) wrote: I got to say that this is a very lame movie about murder but with zero intention to solving it, to find who the murderer is at least! Instead it clash with the movie maker (Thomas/Daniel Bruhl) personal problem. Oh well i watched it to see Cara anyway! And she's so natural in front of camera! It's like she's being herself not the character. :)