Drunken Tai Chi

Drunken Tai Chi

Most notable as being Donnie Yen's first film and starring role, Drunken Tai Chi is one of Yuen Woo Ping's funniest films and possesses all of the elements of a great comedic kung fu epic.

A spoiled young man - on the run from a ruthless killer - hooks up with a puppeteer and his wife who are masters of the art of tai chi; the only style that can defeat the killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Drunken Tai Chi torrent reviews

Dan K (es) wrote: The marriage affair movie is usually too aggressive. This film actually builds the time slowly between the two, to make the romance seem more from the heart and less like a fool's pursuit. The stakes aren't any less low, and with that the story's handled exquisitely.

Edgar C (br) wrote: In simplicity lies complexity. Ceylan has moved from urban alienation to sentimental alienation through a no less than simple plot about an unsuccessful marriage. So why is it a cinema master's work?Ceylan understands the irrationality of human impulses and how moments drag endlessly and walk slowly during uncomfortable silences and individual reflections. He spends time putting you in the context. Such context actually works better if you can relate to it. If you can't, try emulating it. Watch the film alone during a winter evening with a cup of hot chocolate and a rested mind. You'll notice how the little things and details of life normally blocked by noise come up to the surface when everything is standing still.This very peculiar law does not only apply to inert objects. We are the same. In those dragging silences, stares, laughs, a smoking cigar, confused eyes, killer stares, all acquire a meaning and reveal things about our deepest thoughts that would pass unnoticed under agitated circumstances. In this way, Ceylan achieves striking realism. The beauty of landscapes helps to contrast the rotten state of their personalities; the peacefulness of the scenarios contrast their inner lack of peace.By the end, we realize that nothing is what it seems. Even if we may sometimes feel like the perfect jurors of the world, we cannot blame anybody even if we may disapprove certain actions committed by other people, because nobody is perfect. We are left, thus, with an ending difficult to decompose rationally but extremely easy to understand emotionally.97/100

Claudio G (de) wrote: It was a good movie. It is not a bad or underwhelming picture nor is it the movie of the year. A rather nice movie with good laughs.

Frances H (es) wrote: A gut wrenchingly powerful, inspiring and horrific story of survival and heroism in Auschwitz concentration camp, this film shows conditions there more realistically than any other film I've seen, except for the films that the SS shot themselves. Christine Lathi was outstanding, and the script was powerfully emotive and literate. A superb production, and a must see to really try to understand what the victims of the Holocaust went through.

Ross M (us) wrote: Far from his strongest work, Non Ho Sonno is probably the best full length effort from Dario Argento in the last 20 years. The plot is a bit silly, the acting a bit questionable at times, but that's just part of the charm of a well done Argento film. On the plus side the film looks good and the Gore effects are in full swing. Recommended mostly for Argento completionists, but interesting enough that it could spark an interest in those unfamiliar with Argento's earlier work. 3 1/2 stars

Christopher B (jp) wrote: Now here is a weird one. Like a sequel in a parallel universe where characters from the original Ring do very odd things. This really isn't a horor. Or a thriller. Not quite a sci fi and definitely not a drama. I really don't know how to catagorize this. The filmmakers do their darndest to take away any mystery from the original and take any horror away from Sadaka. It's really a strange sequel that I'm sure I'd like less if this was the official sequel. However, since Nakata was brought in to redo the sequel this is a really strange companion piece, much like the original Day of the Dead and it's remake or Stephen King's The Regulators and Desperation. Worthy of a watch just to see how the Ring series could have turned out.

Chris A (mx) wrote: One of the many, and perfect for a wet weekend or xmas morning, family movies based on various classics that old Uncle Walt took some fancy to in the 60's, and although i love them dearly they did little to help the ailing studio stay afloat in the 70's and 80's. This outing is a rip-roaring Jules Verne style adventure about a daring rescue mission via zepellin to a mysterious arctic location. Director Stephenson, one of my all time disney favourites - and a stalwart for quality at the studio who helmed the brilliant 20,000 leagues under the sea and the original disney pirate epic Treasure island. His films often have a very rich, story-book quality to them - unsuprising as the whole Disney team of animators, scene and matte painters and theme park magicians would all collaborate on these amazing pictures which were very much an inspiration to me as a bright eyed would-be imagineer. The cast here are superbly hammy and decidedly sturdy - Hartman and - yes, you heard right, Donald Sinden, forming an amusing double act of intrepid explorers. More interesting is that the Vikings they eventually have a run-in with are all portrayed by an authentic mix of norwegians and swedish. That's the Disney eye for detail at work - afore our very eyes!

Michael G (au) wrote: A great gangster film.

Jerry C (ru) wrote: Pretty decent. They make a good duo.

Matthew C (de) wrote: While Christian Bale gives one of the best performances of his career, Harsh Times is ultimately too bleak and joyless to derive any sort of entertainment from, and leaves the viewer with a bad taste in his/her mouth.

Matthew B (ca) wrote: A terrible comedy really has ruined the series after watching this movie

Edgar C (ca) wrote: Make no mistake. Slasher flicks from the 80s were not tame at all, especially if they were made outside the US, a country that has imposed censorship for so many decades throughout the media. This special Canadian cult classic delivers the gory goods, so hunt down the Unrated version and witness a bloody massacre with a twisted twist (pun intended), foggy settings and old-school suspense tactics... A horror era unequaled in its execution. Sure, it has its "rolled-eyes" moments and your typical teen acting (teens suffered a lot in horror flicks :P), but quality is quality.I shall defend cult classics until I die!62/100

Seamus F (us) wrote: I don't consider the last two to be better than the first but I know for a fact that the core trilogy, but I know their still fun. Even though the pacing during the second act grinds to a halt, it wraps up an interesting story with a solid cliffhanger.

Fascade F (gb) wrote: Undisputed 3: Redemption was Awesome...totally awesome! The fight scenes make you hungry for more!!!! See this...it was incredible! Loved it.