Deadly Snake Versus Kung Fu Killers
Drama - The epic magical battle between fairies rages on as young martial artist Cheung risks his life to rescue the Sky Mussel Fairy. No good deed goes unpunished, however, and for his daring but foolish antics, Cheung is cast out of his uncle's safe home. Now, Cheung wanders a perilous world of gods and demons. Only his fighting skills can keep him safe in this kung fu fantasy from Ling Hsiang co-starring Ching Tien, Tony Wong and Candy Yu. - Yuan-Shen Huang, On-On Yu, Amy Chum
- Stars:Yuan-Shen Huang, On-On Yu, Amy Chum, Siu Tin Yuen, Kuang Chiang, Chi Cheng Ho, Han Chou Ho, Hung Hsiao, Hung Huang, Steve Mak, Ou Sha, Ching Tien, Little Unicorn, Lai Wang, Mei Wong,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Ling Shang,
- Writer:Ling Shang
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Deadly Snake Versus Kung Fu Killers torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Like Fargo, we look at the simple life through a painful, depressing scope, but with less humor and some level of absurdity. The ending does not satisfy a hopeful arc of Christian Bale's character.
(fr) wrote: Cheesy generic sci-fi goodness. Now with even more cheese. 7 different kinds of cheese.
(ag) wrote: I just love good anime movies and this was one of them.
(kr) wrote: A great adventure in before CGI film making.
(de) wrote: "Kill me. Just kill me now."That's not a quote from the movie, that's a quote from me while trying to endure this snoozefest.
(ca) wrote: An enjoyable film which the whole family can watch, a lovely story, my fav bit was the ice cream on the floor bit, which I added an extra star for as it made me cry with laughter hahaha
(fr) wrote: one of the best films I've ever seen. well worth the watch if you're into stupid humour!
(jp) wrote: Actrice (C)nervante = film (C)nervant
(nl) wrote: I reckon this probably reads better as a script than how it plays as a film, but after a rough 15 opening minutes, this meta post-ironic horror slasher hits its stride with its deliberately woeful dialogue, stock characters and familiar horror conventions. It's also oddly touching. Plus Alia Shawkat is always fantastic. Sequel?**BONUS POINTS FOR BANANARAMA**