Bloodfist IV: Die Trying
When Danny unknowingly repossesses the car of a powerful arms merchant, it sets off a chain of violent retaliation. After his friends are killed and his daughter is kidnapped, Danny takes matters into his own hands. It does not matter that the CIA and the FBI are also involved the Dragon's fire is in his fists!
- Stars:Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, Catya Sassoon, Amanda Wyss, Kale Browne, Liz Torres, Dan Martin, Dino Homsey, Gene LeBell, James Tolkan, Herman Poppe, Stephen James Carver, Gary Daniels, John LaMotta, Lenny Citrano, Dean Katalas,
- Director:Paul Ziller,
- Writer:Rob Kerchner (story), Paul Ziller (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: 20 minutes were enough...
(nl) wrote: This gentle slice-of-life drama from China concerns Chin (Ge You), a middle-aged bachelor who leaves something to be desired in the appearance department. In desperation, he opts to invest some time and money into a personal ad--and spends the following weeks suffering through a nearly endless series of disappointing dates with ill-matched, unpleasant, and sometimes downright eccentric women. His fate turns somewhat when he meets Xiaoxiao (Shu Qi). She's gorgeous, she's engaging, and her personality meshes beautifully with his own--but Chin can't quite shake the feeling that she's way out of his league. Recalcitrant about the idea of approaching her romantically again, Chin settles for a friendship with Xiaoxiao and the two find a bright spot in each others' lives... *taken from FLIXSTER'S review
(ru) wrote: Forgetting about the nice animation, Hotel Transylvania leaves nothing worth of remembering and its hyperactive humor and unfocused plot makes it difficult for a second view.
(ru) wrote: There was some creepy parts but the whole movie was confused and we couldn't easily understand the story especially the ending
(us) wrote: actually a fun little movie to waste some time with. nothing totally exciting, but its been some fun 90 minutes with some cool twists at the end!
(mx) wrote: This movie's probably the best chinese movie i've ever seen, although i've only seen this and ricky-oh.
(ru) wrote: It's actually not entirely bad, it did manage to have some memorable moments but the plot was way too formulaic, cliche to the extreme. It is however, somewhat better than most slasher films these days. Valentine may be watched but soon forgotten about.
(ag) wrote: Well written, well acted, well produced, and well directed. But boring as heck.
(fr) wrote: Cronenberg has made rather twisted films, but this one is a showcase of his talent for incredibly twisted substance.
(gb) wrote: Very shocking from the begining to the end
(nl) wrote: Another Jon Mikl Thor masterpiece. This time he briliantly plays a young troubled teenager brought back from the dead. The type of cinematic excellence that filmmakers like Felini, and Bergman would envy.
(ru) wrote: I think this is the first non-Kurosawa Japanese film I've seen from the golden age of Japanese films, and it confirms my suspicions: in 50 years we have accomplished nothing. This movie plays out very, very similarly to Clint Eastwood's "Letters from Iwo Jima," but lacks the special effects and the salvation. Everything you'll see in Ichikawa's movie is depraved and awful, with almost no redemption to be found among any of the characters. It's a little heavy at times; not in that it's tough to watch, but in that there's so little relief from the doom and gloom. Clearly a stylistic choice, but still. I feel tired having just seen it.I gotta go get the Burmese Harp and some other Ichikawa movies now. Dammit.
(gb) wrote: While it suffers significantly from unevenness, Arsenic and Old Lace's cast, relatability and pure insanity will certainly keep you entertained.
(ag) wrote: It has some funny moments, definitely some good ideas here and there. But overall it's just too silly.
(es) wrote: Just like any other blaxploitation film that did well at the box office, a sequel for Blacula was sure to follow. Scream, Blacula, Scream tells the continuing tale of African Prince turned blood-sucking vampire Mamuwalde (William Marshall), as he is accidentally resurrected during a voodoo ritual gone wrong. While this one doesn't live up to its predecessor, there is still a lot of fun to be had with Scream, Blacula, Scream. I was impressed with William Marshall's performance in the previous film and was pleased to see that he still had great screen presence in this sequel. This time around Marshall seems more comfortable in the role and delivers a far more commanding performance in the film. He had both the look and the voice of a truly great vampire, and this time around he really brought the character to life. A major factor for me giving this film a chance, other than it was in the two disc set I bought last weekend, was the fact that Pam Grier was also in the film. I love Grier as an actress, and during her reign as one of the queens of blaxploitation films she has played some of the most memorable females ever to grace the big screen. While her role in this film pales in comparison to other movies of hers, I still enjoyed watching her in the film and her chemistry with Marshall. This movie features a lot of voodoo elements to it, and that was a neat addition to the story. Mamuwalde (Marshall) thinks that with the power of voodoo, Lisa (Grier) can rid him of his curse. Unfortunately for Mamuwalde, the police are on his trail after he has drank the blood of various citizens and turned them into blood-suckers themselves. This leads to a great finale, that features a creative use of a voodoo doll I must say. There were moments where Scream, Blacula, Scream did drag on a bit and I lost interest slightly. But like the original, this film features enough chills and thrills that makes it a winning horror film experience. And I liked that this one also handled vampire-lore with respect, and still managed to have some fun with vampires. Not as memorable as Blacula, but still worth checking out.
(es) wrote: it is a movie that shows us how our fate is never really determined and how many things can change the very foundation of who we are. when jake takes a look on his life and sees that everything that has happened for him and what could have been for his friend it just caused him grief. the plot was easy to follow and it was good to watch.