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A City of Sadness

A beautiful, historical film based upon the complex lives of four brothers.

A beautiful, historical film based upon the complex lives of four brothers

A City of Sadness is a movies torrent of T'ien-wen Chu, Nien-Jen Wu. This movie was introduced in 1989. There are many actors in this movie torrents, such as Tony Chiu Wai Leung, Shufen Xin, Sung Young Chen, Jack Kao, Wou Yi Fang, Ai-yun Ho, Tianlu Li, Ju Lin, Ikuyo Nakamura, Chen-Nan Tsai, Chang-Chiang Yang. Movie' genres are Drama. The rating is 8.1 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movies torrent. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Users reviews


Adrian B (kr)

It is also not too long and even though it is nearly 80 years old, it works as nice entertainment. I suppose these plots are bit clich, but the songs, dancing, and script are what get the film rolling. Storylines include a romance building between one of the managers and a stage performing along with the exhaustion of another performing; another one's ties with gang related activities; and ultimately, the one who can't perform in the show at the last minute to an injury. It is mainly drama that surrounds the issues and inconveniences regarding the preparation for the show. Surprisingly charming and likable musical with an ensemble cast about a group of performers putting on a show in New York City theatre, along the title street


antoinnette b (br)

the first one is more funnier


Ben M (br)

I did enjoy more the second time. Typically European with only a little influence from Hollywood. An interesting and at times amusing film


Davide O (it)

Hope it was a little bit more amusing


Holger H (au)

There are elements of Cannibalism in there, but only tangentially. Not at all what I expected as this is usually marketed as one of those Italian Cannibal movies. Very well photographed and directed jungle adventure film


Lloyd D (ca)

coggins and Thomerson come off best but the film plays like a tired retread. Grizzly isnt there and the action man toy looks like hes trying to crap a brick. Passible not but great 3 sequels bogs down in flashbacks and whoever did Oppsy dasiys voice needs to be shot at dawn


Luke H (it)

Laugh out loud entertainment. A good half arsed excuse to get Joe and the rest back into action as one half get captured and Joe becomes the rescue team


Panos M (br)

It doesn't bring anything new to the franchise, the only plus being the visuals


Ricardo H (us)

Some funny moments, but nothing memorable


Sergio E (au)

, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Anne Bancroft, Val Kilmer, Eric Idle, Chris Kattan and Michael Clarke Duncan. This fantastical animated adventure boasts the vocal talent of an all-star cast, including Freddie Prinze Jr. Framed for kidnapping Kyla, the princess of a hated rival race, young dreamer Delgo must both prove his innocence and persuade the two warring tribes to unite and save the princess from their common enemy. Delgo, an adventurous but naive teenager, must rally his group of friends to protect their world from conflict between the Lockni and Nohrin people. After enlisting the help of a unlikely friend to escape a Nohri prison, Delgo discovers Imhoff is in danger so he must unite the two races against a common foe. They live - segregated - in an uneasy peace until Delgo was framed for a crime he did not commit. And the winged Nohrin people, who rule the skies. In an exotic divided land, Delgo, an adventurous dreamer but naive teenager, must rally his group of troubled youth and some unlikely friends to protect their world from conflict between the terrestrial Lockni people, who harness the mysteries of the land. Everyone is witness to Delgo and Kylas kiss and peace is achieved once again. Raius, still alive, attempts to kill Delgo, but is stopped and arrested. The battle outside is now over as Sedessas treachery is revealed. Sedessa backs off and falls through a newly formed hole in the ground, and without wings, falls to her death. Sedessa climbs up and stabs Kyla in the chest, but her knife is blocked by Kylas brooch and she is unharmed. Kyla arrives and tries to help Delgo rescue the king. Sedessa please for help, and remembering Marleys teachings, Delgo offers to help Sedessa. Thinking that Delgo has been defeated, Sedessa and her minions ignore him just long enough for him to concentrate and use his powers to bring down the castle wall, taking out her guards and knocking Sedessa over a cliff. At this moment, Kyla gets the Nohrin troops to pull back, as well as rescue the Lokni, allowing Sedessas minions to be trampled by the buffalo. Filo, with instructions from Delgo, starts a stampede (similar to the beginning of the film). Delgo cannot defeat Sedessas lead minion, but is able to use his powers to cause a chandelier to crash downwhich does nothing and Delgo gets the daylights beaten out of him. At the castle, Sedessa thinks that Raius has returned, but instead, its Delgo arriving to save the King. Delgo figures out a plan, and sends Kyla to contact the Nohrin troops. Delgo is infuriated at the death of Bogardus, but is brought back to reality by Kyla. At the castle, Sedessa has the King, in captivity and she berates him for letting their people weaken with the peace. Kyla and Delgo arrive at the camp to discover that Filo was not able to save the King, just then; one of Sedessas soldiers tries to kill Delgo with a crossbow, but hits Bogardus instead when he jumps in to block the shot. Bogardus tosses up the shiny charm he had hocked earlier and while Raius is distracted, Bogardus kills him. Bogardus and Raius continue their duel and appear evenly matched until Raius gets in a lucky shot and knocks Bogardus down. Outside, Delgo is rescued by Kyla on a razorwing. While Raius gloats to the king, Bogardus charges in with Filo; Bogardus fights off the soldiers while Filo is sent to release the King. At a forward encampment, Sedessas goons have been sent to capture the king, while Sedessa makes her way back to the castle to claim the throne. Delgo is aboard one of the vessels and is trying his best to sabotage Sedessas forces. Just as the two armies are exhausting themselves, Sedessas troops arrive to take advantage. Kyla insists that she go too, but then figures out that Gelmore has been paid off by Raius; she knocks him out and heads for the battlefield. She tells Gelmore that the Lokni are not responsible for her kidnapping, who says he will send a messenger. Kyla arrives at the castle to warn her father, but its too late, he has already left for the battlefield. While all this is happening, there is a massive battle between the Lokni and the Nohrin, both sides are equally matched. Luckily, Filo crashes into Prando and distracts him long enough for Bogardus to sabotage the helicopter, causing Prando to crash to the ground. Back with Bogardus and Prando, the fight is not in Bogardus favour as Prando has all kinds of nasty tricks in his helicopter-thing. The whale-barges are on their way towards the battle field. At the lair, Delgo uses his limited stone controlling powers to distract the guards long enough to jump onto one of the flying whale-barges and escapes. Kyla is about to fall off until Bogardus flies in to pull her up, and then turns his attention to Prando. She flies through a field of floating rocks to evade him but Prando is close. While Kyla is riding off to return to her father, she is being pursued by Sedessas engineer Prando. Meanwhile, Delgo is being pursued throughout the lair. Once outside, Delgo convinces Kyla to fly off to warn her father of Raius treachery and end the war. Bogardus jumps in to hold them off and the two flee. They have a quick moment together before more troops arrive. Delgo is able to evade the guards and manages to climb onto the pedestal and save release Kyla from her chains. Things are going well until Filo accidentally knocks things over, causing enough noise to alert everyone. Bogardus and Delgo debate on who should save Kyla, but the guards come in and Bogardus must defend against them, giving Delgo the chance to rescue Kyla. In the background, Delgo, Bogardus, and Filo attempt to sneak in and rescue the princess. After this ceremony, Sedessa will lead her troops into battle. She then brings in Kyla, strapped into a Nohrin banishment table, which Sedessa will use to cut off Kylas wings. At the lair, Sedessa rises up on a podium to address her troops. Bogardus and Delgo decide to follow it to find Kyla. At the castle, Raius receives a letter by a carrier creature, and sends one back to Sedessa. Delgo says he can help by riding one of the razorwings, which Bogardus helps him procure. Having escaped to the surface, Bogardus is determine to find the princess but refuses Delgos help since he cannot fly. Bogardus is about to get eaten, but Delgo holds the Yags offspring hostage and leads the mother Yag off into the tunnels and causing it to flip over and end up helpless. Unfortunately, the tunnel was made by a Yag (a large crab like creature), Bogardus and Delgo attempt to fight it off. Delgo uses his knowledge of the local animal life to find a tunnel but has little success until Filo gets a spider down his pants, freaks out, and runs into a fragile wall, which exposes a tunnel out. Back with Delgo, Filo, and Bogardus, the trio is attempting to find an exit at the bottom of the dungeon. The elders vote and Marley votes against war, but he is outnumbers, and war is declared. The Lokni council have no choice but to declare war since they dont have the princess and cant possible give in to the Kings demands. At the castle, The King believes that he has no choice, and makes an ultimatum to the Lokni. As this is happening, a guard walks in and sees Delgo and Bogardus in the same cage, but simple assumes that nothings wrong. Delgo swings his cage over to Bogarduss and struggled to open his cage. Delgo strikes a deal with Bogardus who agrees to help. In the dungeon, Delgo is prying through cage locks to free himself and Filo; he opens the cage, but is still unable to go anywhere since the cage is suspended hundreds of meters from the ground. Kyla says that her father will send men to find her, only to have Sedessa reveal that Raius is working for her. Back in Sedessas lair, Kyla is brought to her presence, who recognizes her as the person who killed her mother. Bogardus recognizes the white razorwing as belonging to Raius. Delgo tells Bogardus that the last time he saw Kyla was when she was leaving, and saw a soldier ride after her on a white razorwing (a pterodactyl-like creature). In the dungeon, Delgo is left in an adjacent cell to Bogardus, who accuses Delgo of capturing Kyla. Back in Sedessas lair, Kyla is locked in a cage, trying to escape. At the Nohrin castles dungeon, Delgo and Filo are interrogated regarding Kylas whereabouts they know nothing, but no one believes them. Delgo awakens, and looks at the ball he used to play with as a child, but its not long before Nohrin troops charge in to arrest him. Delgo hears Sedessas voice, ordering her soldiers to slaughter the villagers. Back in his home, Delgo is having a dream about his childhood playing hide-and-seek with his parents, just as Nohrin soldiers break through the door and slaughter his parents. The King orders for Delgos capture. As Kyla leaves, the General chases after her and knocks her out with a dart, then goes to the King and blame the princess kidnapping on Delgo. Delgo realizes his mistake, but its too late, Kyla has already left. Kyla believes that everyone should just move on, but Delgo cant let it go, and is infuriated as he blames the Nohrin for the death of his parents and the recent occurrence of violence in Jhamora. Kyla is sad as the brooch reminds her of her mother; this causes Delgo to reveal that he is an orphan of the war. Inside a crystalline cave, Delgo is trying to impress Kyla, and is able to return her brooch to her. Back at the Nohrin castle, Kyla is trying on new clothes before meeting with Delgo, obviously smitten with Delgo. Raius is apprehensive since the punishment for treason is severe. The newly promoted colonel, now a general visits Sedessa who is very anxious to restart the war. Delgo is still angry, and charges off for vengeance, which disappoints Marley greatly. Marley tells Delgo to calm down and begins repairing the sanctuary. Delgo arrives the next day and is furious. Back in Lokni territory, the Colonel has gone to the Stone Sage Sanctuary (the magic school), and starts destroying all the magical stones. After imprisonment, Bogardus realises that hes been setup by the colonel. This turns out to be a setup by the colonel, who then tells the King and gets Bogardus arrested. Outside the castle, Bogardus is trying to get a loan (he has a gambling problem), and the loan shark persuades the general into stealing weapons from the armory to use as collateral. Sedessa notes that the colonel will find a way. The colonel notes that Bogardus is getting in the way as he is against war with the Lokni. The colonel is obviously in love with Sedessa, and reports the information he has to her. Up near Sedessas floating lair, Colonel Raius arrives to talk to Sedessa. As she leaves, Delgo promises to help her find it, and arranges to meet her there the next day. Kyla has lost her mothers brooch, which has much sentimental value to her. Princess Kyla apologizes to Delgo for General Bogardus assault the other day. Delgo comes upon the scene and is able to injure it and scare it off. Outside, Princess Kyla is in the garden, and being stocked by a crocodile like creature. The King turns to Gelmore (Don Stallings) for advice, who responds that they cannot leave the acts of aggression unanswered, causing the King to step up military actions. Colonel Raius (Malcolm McDowell) sees this as an act of war, while General Bogardus does not want to fly off the handle and risk another war, since he has lost many friends in the last war with the Lokni. The Nohrin soldiers report back to the Nohrin king to relay the nights events. The soldiers hear the commotion and go outside to see that Lokni civilians are being very hostile to the local Nohrin people, trashing shots and vandalising property. Several Nohrin soldiers are shown gambling, interspersed with scenes of progressing aggression towards Nohrin people. At night, rumors are being spread that Nohrin soldiers have attacked innocent Lokni boys (Delgo and Filo), which orginal occurred out of misunderstandings. Delgo just throws the stone instead to hit the target, much to Marleys disappointment. Elder Marley (Michael Clarke Duncan) attempts to teach these techniques to Delgo, but Delgo would rather learn more neat tricks, Marley insists that they are all learning the same thing, to control the stones. Back on land, Delgo is at a school of some sort, where they are learning to manipulate stones and fire. The princess storms off. Kyla complains that all she did was help someone who was in danger, and if it wasnt for General Bogardus (Val Kilmer) over-reacting, things would have been ok, but the King wont budge. Apparently, the female is Princess Kyla (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and by going near the Lokni (Delgo and Filo), she has violated the conditions of a truce between the two peoples. Filo shows up soon after, but before they can even catch their breath, a Nohrin general tackles Filo and Delgo. Delgo falls and the woman rescues him. Delgo refuses due to hostilities between their peoples. Up above, a Nohrin female with wings flies by and offers to help. Trying to help, Marlow accidentally sets off a combustible plant and sets the tree on fire, and he runs off to get help. Suddenly, Delgos voice is heard, and Marlow looks over the edge to see that Delgo is hanging to a tree branch. ) and his friend, Filo (Chris Kattan) thinks that he is dead, and starts to dramatically mourn his death. The young man who fell over is Delgo (Freddie Prinze Jr. One of the two young men jumps from creature to creature and seems close to winning, but falls off the edge of a cliff. The race startles a large number of wild creatures (think buffalo stampede) and the two continue their race among the creatures. One goads the other into racing through the canyons. Then switch to two guys riding on lizard creatures through a desert valley. She gives an order to engineer Prando who flips a switch, and a cage encircles the lead henchmen, and lowers them into a red pit, presumably to their deaths. Meeting her underlings, she has decided to fire them and take control of their armies after they had consolidated the various tribes and brought them together to serve her. Outside her chambers, her lead henchmen are busy drinking and fighting. 15 years later Sedessa appears to have grown new wings, but its just prosthetics; she misses the wings that have been cut from her, and has a large wall of fake wings that she wears. For this act of treason, the King has Sedessas wings cut (removed), and exiles her to the badlands while the remainder of the Nohrin move to Jhamora to live alongside the Lokni. At night, Sedessa attempts to kill the king with poison, and is able to poison the queen before her plans are foiled when a baby Princess Kyla (Jennifer Love Hewitt) cries out. For this crime, the King strips Sedessa of her title, and takes away her status in the royal family. The Kings sister, Sedessa (Anna Bancroft) takes this conflict as an excuse to lead a bloody struggle to claim Jhamoran land without the Kings consent, slaughtering innocent Lokni people and starting a war. The leaders of Jhamora refuse to let any more Nohrin enter. However, as their land becomes less and less habitable, more Nohrin have to relocate at eventually, there is not enough room in Jhamora for them. ) was able to make a deal with the Lokni to settle in their land of Jhamora. The lands that the Nohrin come from have become increasingly inhospitable and the Nohrin King Zahn (Louis Gossett Jr. The Nohrin are similar to the Lokni, but they have wings and are somewhat more mammalian-looking. The Lokni are ground dwelling humanoids that are bald and vaguely reptilian. The Lokni and the Nohrin are two different types of people that inhabit the land. Then a voice-over occurs, contrasting two lands. Outside is a man is teaching a child to play ball. The view then transitions to the ground, which is teaming with all kinds of strange wildlife. The opening credits show the sky filled with clouds, and then large amphibian-looking whale creatures soar through the sky. I can't believe this movie has an estimate budget of $40,000,000 what a woozy. It's an awful experience to watch this movie badly designed, poorly animated bi-pedal lizard like people creatures and some fairy like creatures all of it a waste. Nothing seems to be attractive about this movie fairly good cast but nothing else ther is no substance to story and it doesn't even supports itself