Two men skilled in the arts of Kung-Fu are betrayed by their master and crippled for life, one left with no arms and the other with no legs. Despite their obvious disadvantages, they learn ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Toni G (ca) wrote: awesome movie they should do this to all slumlords.
Kenneth S (es) wrote: Very entertaining with great characters, plot and fighting scenes! Such a good hockey film! And I'm not even into Hockey lol
Marlene M (us) wrote: I thought Cashback was perfect as a short film, I didn't see the purpose on making it into a bigger film. It has a good, creative plot but it goes along with something that should've had ended perhaps after fourty mintues...
Matthew O (ca) wrote: A lot better than Hotel Rwanda.
Jason M (mx) wrote: Smart, biting and charming, and the cast is terrific all-around.
Darrin C (us) wrote: Very workable storyline and suspenseful with above average acting. Of course, everyone knows why this film was even remotely watchable: Christopher Walken. Ya know that running is good for you, but Walken kicks ass!
Ashank C (mx) wrote: moving.. insight into gary oldman..
roger t (kr) wrote: i was pleasantly surprised by this biographical study of woody guthrie. the cinematography and bakersfield settings gave this film a realistic feel. the acting was more than i had hoped for and carradine is wonderful in the lead role....
Sheryl B (mx) wrote: Makes you want to pay attention in Scouts! Crappy movie, but I do want to say that my husband (who happens to be an Eagle Scout) always took crossing the Mohave Desert very serious while we all joked around. I won't tease him anymore after this movie!
Joshua M (ag) wrote: Probably one of the worst depictions of a biblical story I have ever seen!!! No amount of effects could ever make this watching no matter how good it looks. If you are looking for an accurate depiction of the exodus, don't waste your time with this movie.
Steven L (jp) wrote: Every question the host asks our protagonist brings back some painful, long-forgotten memory...which always just happens to cue him with the right answer for the game show. Really? From the beginning the movie's plausibility is hard to swallow, and it gets worse as nearly every unlikely thing that could happen in the protagonist's favor, does: he just happens to get a technical clue from a computer guy on the right time to call the shows admission hotline, his love interest just happens to be watching to notice him on TV, the girl just happens to remember to go back to her car to check her phone (just in time for her to answer a question for the protagonist on the show). Every fairy tale needs miracles. This films wants one too many.