Bamboo Gods and Iron Men
The Jefferson’s honeymoon night in Hong Kong will be troubled by a number of people wishing to get hold of a Bouddha statuette that the husband offered her when window-shopping that day. When the going gets rough, it helps that Cal Jefferson is a top American boxer.
- Stars:James Iglehart, Shirley Washington, Chiquito, Marissa Delgado, Eddie Garcia, Ken Metcalfe, Joseph Zucchero, Michael Boyet, Robert Rivera, Subas Herrero, Leo Martinez, Benny Pestano, Steve Alcarado, Robert Picate, Boy Picate,
- Country:Philippines, USA
- Director:Cesar Gallardo,
- Writer:Ken Metcalfe (story and screenplay), Joseph Zucchero (story and screenplay)
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Bamboo Gods and Iron Men torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Totally inspiring! Gives you a craving ...
(kr) wrote: Something of a cool mess "Exiled" is director Johnnie To's highly anticipated reunion with the principle cast (Francis Ng, Anthony Wong, Roy Cheung, Lam Suet) from 1999's "The Mission." The net result is a bloated bag of poor decisions: "Exiled" mixes strong performances with pretentious passages of direction (not unlike To's own slightly superior "A Hero Never Dies"). The script is basically in deference to the Old West set in modern day Macau and is fun for a while but when To ultimately fails to do much with it you begin to wonder if supporting the industry on its shoulders has finally taken a toll on the scriptwriters at Milkyway Image.
(es) wrote: Kusturica is back to his old tricks and doesn't disappoint. There are a few memorable scenes. It's a surrealistic and humorous tale about initiation and search for love, as well, as the clash between city and countryside. And apparently an Ana Ivanovic look-alike is the center of attention for the main protagonist...
(jp) wrote: Clearly influenced by "McCabe and Mrs. Miller", this film is sadly lacking the emotional underpinnings that were present in Altman's classic. It's always nice to see Milla Jovovitch do something besides subpar horror/sci-fi flicks and the film is elegantly filmed by director Michael Winterbottom, who does a nice job of creating sense of place with a rich atmosphere in the snowy frontier town. Still, it's the lack of emotional depth that holds the film back. Loosely based on Thomas Hardy's "The Mayor of Casterbridge."
(au) wrote: When I first saw this twenty-three years ago, I wasn't sure i was watching a kung fu movie. Quite different, tonally, from what I was used to at the time.
(de) wrote: This Movie Turned 25 Years Old In 2013.
(jp) wrote: One of my all time faves. Check It
(ca) wrote: one word: funny as hell
(ru) wrote: Rarely, if ever, does one film have the ability to profoundly change the lives of millions of people. This moving documentary leads the audience through the lives of people living with various forms of dementia and other mental and physical health challenges. This film tells the story of the powerful effects that listening to the music of their earlier years can have on their lives and on the lives of those around them. In addition to the stories of several individuals it is punctuated by commentary from neurologist Oliver Sacks and other leading professionals on how the brain is wired to link music to memories. By the end of the film there was not a dry eye in the theater- the audience was clearly moved by the stories that were beautifully conveyed.
(mx) wrote: Jim Brannigan is sent to London to bring back an American mobster who is being held for extradition, but when he arrives he has been kidnapped which was set up by his lawyer. Brannigan in his American Irish way brings American law to the people of Scotland Yard in order to recapture this mobster with both a price tag on his head and a stuffy old London cop to contend with. stars John Wayne, Mel Ferrer, Judy Geeson, Richard Attenborough, John Vernon, Daniel Pilon, John Stride, James Booth and Del Henney. directed by Douglas Hickox.
(fr) wrote: Neat flick with nice performances. The story wanders and reaches in several places, but still intrigues.