China Dragon

China Dragon

Two agile Hong Kong martial arts kids join up with a pair of bungling Chinese-immigrant beach bums on the sunny shores of Hawaii, where they divide their time between sophomoric kung-fu kid hijinks and their designated mission--tracking down a missing book whose secrets have fallen into the hands of a power-hungry villain.

At Shaolin Temple in Hunan, the best at Kung-Fu are Yin, a willowy young woman who has mastered supernatural powers, and Loon, a small boy who's a Dervish at martial arts. They go to Hawaii... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


China Dragon torrent reviews

Kyle M (gb) wrote: It's one of those films where the star's performance and the meaning of the plot are the main focus with some elegancy added to the taste while on the slow ride. The plot is an exploration of a former Don Juan character going through his past roots of finding out which one of his past loves is the mother of his arriving son, who's looking for his father. As he inspect each of his past loves if one of them could be the mother, he see how his charm gave an effect to their lives after their relationships. The price he pays are some awkwardness, a painful misunderstanding and both a clear and an unclear realization.It's indeed a slow ride to a conclusion with a developed revelation for Bill Murray's character to see while there wasn't a beginning or an ending. But it's a worthy ride to watch how nicely he'd performed in a usual way he performs now than mostly comic. Instead, he's having a dramatic gentle approach than the comic approach he used to do in the comic portion of his career as he now doing things with a little seriousness. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Brian C (gb) wrote: Demon Summer has its moments. Unfortunately falls into the modern trappings that horror movies seem to suffer from...bad characters. Not one is likable, or even relatable. They are all jerks. So when they are under threat, you don't care if they live or die. Leaving us with no tension.But the story is pretty decent. Mysterious book, demons, and stupid teens is a recipe for greatness. Oh well.

Ricky F (au) wrote: Just what was needed. A punk version of James Bond. The first 12 minutes or so was almost believable. It even had a little decent humor. The movie went downhill from there. The music wasn't to my taste, but I can understand that many younger people will like it. If it is possible for an action flick to be less believable than the Bond movies, this one was.

joseph n (nl) wrote: Soccer Dog: The Movie is a 1999 film that follows a dog who has an uncanny ability to play soccer. It was produced for less than $700,000 (US)[citation needed] and has grossed over $25,000,000 (US) worldwide.[citation needed]

Grant K (br) wrote: It's too violent for kids and doesn't quite know what tone to choose but it's too ambitious and too well shot to dismiss. An ambitious misfire that's still worth a watch.

Russell S (ca) wrote: A movie that never quite crosses the line into spoof territory but would perhaps have been more fun if it had. The plot isn't particularly engaging and the characters are largely forgetable . The movie does have it's moments however and is certainly not as bad as many would have you believe. It could have been a lot better and feels very much like a movie put together by an uninterested committee.

Amber P (mx) wrote: Why was this movie so wonderful! This post is late, but I was still late as shit watching it. This a beautiful tale about how an artist can start believing their own hype to the point of self destruction. It's okay to change with the times if you're open to it. And most all done silently. It's a beautiful story of man versus man. Even when there are people holding you up, there's always going to be you. If you don't believe in yourself, then there's nothing else that can be done. Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo do an exceptional job with the Hollywood of yesteryear and show you how much fame can be fleeting. But, just the right spark can put you back on top!

Erik L (es) wrote: A great documentary about US political advisers like James Carville helping a neoliberal Bolivia presidential candidate named Goni. Political advisers are the scum of the earth. Ed Rollins, Scott Penn, Karl Rove, James Carville, David Gergen, Bob Shrum. Wretched human beings all.