Two guys, one of them a magician, are transporting an ancient chinese vampire who can only be controlled by a series of yellow tapes, and is the ancestor of the other guy. On the way, while flying over Africa, their plane stalls. And of all places, where do they land? That's right, in the village of the tribe of "The Gods Must Be Crazy".
- Stars:N!xau, Ching-Ying Lam, Sam Christopher Chow, Lung Chan, Stephen Chow, Paddy O'Byrne, Man Tat Ng, Michelle Bestbier, Saul Bamberger, Peter Mahlangu, Bo Kaesje, Christopher Kubheka, Elias Meintjies, Charlotte Matshele, Sweetness Kunene,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Billy Chan,
- Writer:Barry Wong
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(au) wrote: good class reunion pic
(ru) wrote: Not a high-budget movie, but I liked it. Not much of a plot-but I like the early Hudson.
(mx) wrote: I stand on the fringe saying I actually liked this one. Very unlikely sci-fi flick without the budget to make it actually look cyber-punk. The cast is a joy, and Abel Ferrara's coked out direction worked for me.
(ag) wrote: Hilarious...! Only second to Muriel's Wedding...who doesn't love a group of crazy people putting on a classic Opera like Cosi! Non-stop laughing!
(de) wrote: Quite possibly the most boring way a movie about a giant killer primate could have been made.
(kr) wrote: So this was Dragonquest. A name that has been carried over the years since the beginning of nintendo. Sadly, I am not surprised at the lack of respect this title has recieved. The casting alone cast a shadow on this production. I am terribly grateful that the grandfather dies extremely early in the film, as....he....tends...to...talk...in.....monotonous......pauses. The fight scenes in this movie were done with what appears to be the skill and budget of a high school media studies student. The scenes were obviously manufactured without any realism. This movie lacked any intensity or did the director Mark Atkins do any justice to a legendary title such as this. This film had the background to be an epic of its own, but like so many films recently, they are landing in the hands of under budgeted film studios and completely inept directors.
(it) wrote: Really enjoyed this start to finish. Can't understand the low ratings. Luke Wilson is fantastic, as is Ribisi, and the story keeps you glued to your seat. Yes it's trying to be goodfellas but is that really a bad thing? Brilliant! One of my favourite movies.