Battle of the Warriors

Battle of the Warriors

In 370 B.C, China was separated as seven nations and several other small tribes, one of these being the city state of Liang. The nation of Zhao is led by the terrifying Xiang Yangzhong who orders his troops to conquer the small city. Leaping to the defense of the people of Liang is 'Ge Li' from the Mo-Tsu tribe, their last hope from the terrors of Yangzhong's troops.

Story centers on a battle during China's Warring States Period, a series of civil wars, which spanned from the 5th to the 3rd century B.C. Based on a popular Japanese manga, which was in turn based a Japanese novel inspired by Warring States history in China. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stacey O (jp) wrote: The promo for this is sending me mad! Absolutely do not want to see!

Nikhil M (fr) wrote: A very good and commendable little gem made by Rajan Khosa which is funny and heart warming simultaneously. A must watch movie to encourage more movies like it.

Sam T (gb) wrote: As i expect with lifetime all the actors look like models,they up the drama and some of the dialogue is hokey but overall it's a solid suspenseful movie that doesn't bore you which is the most important thing for me and the lead who plays markoff does a pretty good job at portraying the two sides to this sociopath. Overall a better than average movie then i expected.

Tim R (gb) wrote: Favorite Shia Labeouf movie! It's like Enemy of the State meets The Fugitive!

Dan O (de) wrote: Rockwell is amazing, as usual, but the tone is all-over-the-place.

Jacob P (fr) wrote: Not as good as everyone says it is. But it's somethin'.

Diane S (nl) wrote: Brad Pitt's best movie role to date. He is epic in this tale and he and Anthony Hopkins performances are wonderful. A movie to see again and again.

Cameron M (gb) wrote: loved this movie. yea it maybe like another invasion of the body snatchers or puppetmasters but it's still really good

Ross M (nl) wrote: Maniac Cop is exactly the B movie it sounds like. There's violence a plenty, damsels in distress, and Bruce Campbell. And really, sometimes that's all you need. 4 stars

bill s (ru) wrote: They call this an iconic comedy?????Heeeeell yes and that's a fact jack.

Atin G (ag) wrote: a somewhat detour in what Rossellini used to do with interesting results.

Scott R (gb) wrote: A cute and entertaining comedy.

Art S (es) wrote: Cocteau's rough draft for the later Testament of Orpheus (which also contains ideas appearing in Orpheus and perhaps his other films and plays) is a short film of about an hour long meant to take place in the blink of an eye, as a smokestack tumbles to the ground. The opening sequence is the most striking: a poet draws a portrait with charcoals and when he smudges the mouth it comes off on his hand. This reminded me of that Stephen King short story that my 5th grade social studies teacher read to us where the eyes grow on a person -- in other words, an indelible image. The mouth is later transferred to a spooky statue, as the poet goes through the mirror to find weirdness on the other side. With dream logic, each scene drifts into the next, connecting images and thoughts from Cocteau's past and his symbology.

Bruno D (br) wrote: Signs is a really well put together film about a family that lives on a farm who discover crop circles on their land. This has some very good build up and tension sprinkled throughout. Also the performances are really great from the 2 main characters. The good old days when Mel Gibson was regarded as one of the best actors in hollywood and movies like these show you why. overall 4/5

David C (gb) wrote: Just watched this again 12 years after I first saw it and it was worth a second viewing. It's a great wee inter-cultural feel-good football movie with a fabulous cast, with some going on to much bigger (if not necessarily better) things. Yes it is predictable in places but it is carried off with such energy, humour and charm it doesn't matter. Even the inability of John Barnes to act doesn't spoil it.