Dachimawa Lee

Dachimawa Lee

Under Japanese imperialism, Korean national treasure Golden Buddha is stolen. More important to national security, the statue contains vital information concerning Korean freedom fighters and their whereabouts as well as their true identities. The interim Korean government appoints legendary Korean spy Agent Dachimawa Lee to recover the fabled statue and reveal the dark plot behind the theft.

A Korean super-spy hunts a stolen national treasure, the Golden Buddha. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dachimawa Lee torrent reviews

Sean B (br) wrote: The characters, story, plot, visuals, and concept are all behind the times. The lack of publicity shows how much faith the studio had in this project, I didn't even know it came out until now. From the onset I new something was off when one of the opening lines was "This bacon isn't going to eat itself," the protagonist doesn't eat the bacon either.

Denny L (ag) wrote: I can't believe this was actually released in theatres with a running time of 76 minutes.

Walter M (kr) wrote: In "6 Souls," after having done nothing to prevent an execution in Missouri, Cara Harding(Julianne Moore), a psychologist, arrives back in Pittsburgh, with thoughts only of seeing her daughter Sammy(Brooklynn Proulx) again. But Cara's father(Jeffrey DeMunn), himself a psychologist, has an intriguing new patient(Jonathan Rhys Meyers), a paraplegic who was found asleep in the street. That's not so unusual. What happens after Cara's father places a phone call is..."6 Souls" has certain things going for it, like a spooky atmosphere and of course Julianne Moore. But even as good as she is, she cannot do anything to elevate the material here past the level of malarkey which defies most kinds of logic. Yes, anybody who has spent anytime working in a psych ward has probably seen some really wild things but nothing like Cara and her father first encounter which would certainly give any rational person pause. And certainly there are times to see a doctor which these otherwise smart characters should recognize. That's before religion enters the picture which only serves the muddle the waters.

Steven G (kr) wrote: This humble review is based on the premise that the movie really need a RE-view. I can't just view it once, go out to the world and scream, "The end is near!" or just cower on my bed in fetal position and muttering "This too shall pass". The movie is about the state of debt that we are in right now. It might be focused on the USA, however I think the story will ring true anywhere in the world. As with every other documentary kind movies, there will be opposing point of views, pros and cons, temper flares, and rising level of adrenaline. Please, not here. Save that for your representative, that what you elect them for. I may not showed this movie to the younger generation for I am afraid that they will hate and judge me later for my inaction and my false sense of complacency. Anytime I took out my credit card, I feel like a Cradle Robber (the newest definition of "Robbing the Cradle"). We really are in need of a new way to dream and maybe a new dream all together, so we will not wake up to this nightmare over and over again.

alex f (ag) wrote: great gritty flick that will have tim swooning over it if he can get past the thick scottish accents.

i dunno (ag) wrote: umm idk i neva seen dizz movie lolz i clicked it on on accident

Mats K (ca) wrote: Watching this movie leaves me with that lovely warm-hearted feeling. Recommended.

Matt O (gb) wrote: This movie is insane -- and packed to the brim with public domain surf rock.

Joey T (br) wrote: Psycho 2 and Psycho 4 are the best in the series! I bet most of the people that have given this such a low rating haven't seen it in years. I didn't like it much as a kid but now it's my favorite!

Damon C (kr) wrote: Drugs, sex, mayhem. What more do I need.