China Girl

China Girl

Teenage lovers Tony (Richard Panebianco) and Tyan-Hwa (Sari Chang) tip the balance of power in New York's Little Italy and Chinatown.

A modern day Romeo & Juliet story is told in New York when an Italian boy and a Chinese girl become lovers, causing a tragic conflict between ethnic gangs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


China Girl torrent reviews

Kevin B (fr) wrote: Serial killer thriller with twists on the slasher genre that don't jump up and down and say, "Hey, look at me! I'm a twist!"

Ron T (gb) wrote: love these movie they are so funny

Zoran S (ag) wrote: Though it lacks the savage ironies and philosophical sophistication of Jan Svankmakjer's Lunacy, another film where inmates are left to run their asylum, House of Fools is a strong and genuinely affecting film that tries to address the Chechen conflict. While it never rises above pat humanistic conceits about the conflict, the film has an oddball charm as evidenced by the appearance of Bryan Adams in one of the inmates recurring daydreams.

Martin K (gb) wrote: Ok. It's a bit cheesy, but cute. And Phillip Seymour Hoffman's performance is worth watching over and over because, well, he was a real genius. RIP.

Dane A (br) wrote: I bet many people will think this is a porn film. Wrong-o! This is an erotic film about love and conspiracy. Mira Nair is able to turn the tale into a twisty plot with superb cinematography

Todd A (ru) wrote: A dark movie that manages to be both thought provoking and tense. This is no movie for kids. It's just as mature and well crafted as Martin Rosen's first film.

Stefan G (mx) wrote: You could think of this as the "black Looney Tunes", but that'd be missing the point entirely. The entire purpose of the film's art style is to satirize black stereotypes and blaxploitation films, but it works so well that Ralph Bakshi may as well have created his own animated blaxploitation film in its own right. The characters are well-designed, and they're all so lively in character that it's frankly quite contagious, and it seeps into the way the story is told. I also like the general style of the movie, which fits in so well with the film's artistic goal. I don't think that this film is racist at all. In fact, I think that it would be more racist to not make this film out of fear that it would offend certain people. But sadly, it's just not possible to make this kind of film anymore.

Marcus W (ag) wrote: Sadly more Sofia Coppola than Alfred Hitchcock.

Stuart K (gb) wrote: Produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman and directed by Goldfinger's Guy Hamilton, this is based on The Narrow Margin by Derek Wood and Derek Dempster, a book that depicted one of our finest hours during the war. It's a tale of victory in the face of incredible odds, and the film contains some of the most spectacular aerial cinematography ever put into a film. The film depicts the Battle of Britain, which took place in the skies over the South of England and the English Channel. France has been conquered by the Nazi's, and the British army return to the UK. Now, the Luftwaffe are taking to attacking radar outposts and airfields across the UK. RAF Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding (Laurence Olivier) decides to bring in every aircraft the UK has, and cancels any that are going to France in order to defend the UK from the Nazi's. And thus began one of the most courageous battles of the skies of Britain in the Summer and Autumn of 1940. The RAF were outnumbered, but they were able to defeat the Nazi's, causing them to retreat for now. The character side of the film does sag a bit, but the aerial action and seeing the mighty Spitfire in action against the Hun is always amazing. The cast includes Michael Caine, Trevor Howard, Robert Shaw, Christopher Plummer, Curt J 1/4rgens, Edward Fox, Susannah York, Ian McShane, Kenneth More, Michael Redgrave and Ralph Richardson.

Steve C (it) wrote: Super fun movie! People who rated it low are missing the point! It's FUN, not all doom and gloom! Great movie if you have the right attitude.

Nancy F (mx) wrote: Amazing. Old films are quiet, move slowly, but the whole thing is a gradual buildup to silent shock. It's great.