Beach of the War Gods
A sort of re-telling of Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai”. This time the protagonists are a group of Chinese villagers who must band together to recruit outside help to defend themselves against marauding Japanese pirates demanding protection money. Set in year 1556, it’s supposedly based on true events occurring during the twilight of the Ming Dynasty.
- Stars:Yu Wang, Fei Lung, Yeh Tien, Han Hsieh, Yi Kuei Chang, Wai Hung Ho, You Min Ho, Hsing Hsieh, Hung Kuan, Chun Lei, Chiang Li, Jack Long, Chin Ku Ma, Ming Min, Chuan-Ling Pan,
- Country:Hong Kong, Taiwan
- Director:Yu Wang,
- Writer:Yu Wang
The famous swordsman Hsia Feng gathers five other fighters and rallies the local fishermen to fight off a band of Japanese pirates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beach of the War Gods torrent reviews
(au) wrote: It was pretty cute for a Christmas movie. It was short, so I really wasn't expecting much. There was a great plot, but they could have done so much more with it. This movie left so many questions unanswered, and it seemed like they dropped the project halfway through and just slapped it on a DVD. Hopefully there will be a second half, because there is no way they could seriously pass that off as a finished sequel.
(nl) wrote: This movie was great - but the two seasons? Well, there are masterpieces, then there is Clannad & its After Story. Oh yeah.
(it) wrote: So gay, en todos los sentidos, est super graciosa...
(it) wrote: a dude with messiah complex tries to resolve his relationship problems with a long term partner by breaking in to other peoples lives and entering juliete binoche.
(it) wrote: Great acting, great concept. A very watchable, fresh romance film with a dark, lonely underside. Very subtly and poignantly expresses the loneliness of the human condition, and the need to love/be loved. This film has a very Indies feel, with a simplistic plot and subtle dialog, so probably more suited to fans of private film or viewers who don't simply think of movies as "entertainment."
(kr) wrote: hi am full like movi sexy
(fr) wrote: No were close to as funny as the second one
(it) wrote: Some games you can plan on and on forever, while others you forget about and never open again. I can see the appeal this film may have had when it first came out, but it definitely did not stand the test of time.Cheesy acting, typical story, and doesn't contribute any thoughtful lessons a post cold-war era.Would not recommend.
(fr) wrote: This is the sequel to the award winning classic In the Heat of the Night and, though it is well meaning, this is a far step down from the place where its predecessor stands.Taking on a cool, protoblaxploitation feel, the film follows veteran homicide detective Virgil Tibbs as he takes on the cae of a murdered prostitute in San Francico, with the primary suspect being his friend political activist Reverend Logan Sharpe. Tibbs finds his loyalties divided, and danger all around, but there are some other things thrown in, such as cursory passes at social commentary and the effect of Tibbs' work ethic on his wife and kids. Despite all of this being decently played, none of it is fresh, exciting, or relevatory. It's a well worn story that is saved by decent perforamnces from Poitier (returning as Tibbs) and Martin Landau as Sharpe. Oh yeah, and Quincy Jones returns to do the music, and the score is solid, though not the most memorable thing ever.All in all, this is slightly better than okay, but it's nothing too special. I enjoyed it though, and appreciate the fact that this is something of a mild precursor to blaxploitation, but, that aside, there's nothoing really remarkable going on here, which is unfortunate given the power of the film this is a follow up to.
(de) wrote: Very good. I'm not a dog person but never the less, it's a classic. A little more for the kids than older kids and adults tho.