Eight Diagram Pole Fighter

Eight Diagram Pole Fighter

The Yangs are betrayed by a government official conspiring with the Mongols. All of the Yang family males except the 4th, 5th, and 6th brothers are killed. Fu Sheng loses his mind after the death of his family, while the other brother, takes refuge in a temple. Liu's superb martial arts skill, impress the temple's senior monks. He learns that his sister has been captured by the conspirators.

The Yang family was the loyal strong-arm of the Imperial army. But a jealous General betrays the Eilte Spearman and their father to the opposing Mongol army. After an ambush of a battle, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Eight Diagram Pole Fighter torrent reviews

CHIYANG T (kr) wrote: (2013/02/14/Rmvb) WTF?!

LilKattlisa L (br) wrote: Was this a good movie? No. God, no. Did I enjoy the crap out of it? Oh yes. Besides, any movie that features Misha Collins and Tori Higginson arguing about -purple dirt- as a major plot point is one you should know better than to take seriously. Do not watch with friends/relatives unless you'd enjoy being laughed at until you died.

Carlos M (ru) wrote: A powerful and thought-provoking historical drama that makes us feel like traveling back in time with its astonishing visuals while at the same time offers us an intelligent narrative that raises incredibly compelling and rewarding discussions about science and religion.

Simon T (au) wrote: Ignore the snipers: this is a fantastic, relentlessly exciting and often very funny adventure. Spielberg's camera is never still as the story - an origins tale revolving around Captain Haddock's ancestor and his nemesis, the pirate Red Rackham - catapults the young reporter from the boulevards of Paris to the souks of Morocco, via desert storms and careening freight ships. Gloriously designed, wittily voiced and scripted, this is a great family movie.

my best a (ca) wrote: nice movie i cried alot

Davy S (ru) wrote: Tsui Hark the master

Nivin P (gb) wrote: finally..took me a while to get arnd to watchin it..but it wasnt disappointing..well directed..n the actors do a gd job too..

Dan G (it) wrote: good movie, the soundtrack was by far the best part, Black scrubs was in it, and he wasn't funny which was pretty cool to see. I didn't understand what happened to the guy who was shooting at the other guy.. like where did that character go?

Gregory W (nl) wrote: the first movie from amondovar and bandaras about a film director and his family and his loves.

Sam S (fr) wrote: Originally I thought a modern remake of this classic tale had potential. However, this film alongside Cloverfield just goes to show how little Hollywood can use their imagination to turn this latent potential into something awe-inspiring.

Alex W (au) wrote: a masterpiece. everything that should happen in this movie happens.

Erik G (us) wrote: One of the better Abbott & Costello movies.

Antonius B (de) wrote: Full disclosure, I would probably see Ellen Page and Jason Bateman in anything, I love them both so much. Page is of course in the starring role here, and delivers an outstanding performance as the quirky Juno, a high school who finds herself pregnant after spontaneous sex with her nerdy friend (Michael Cera). The film is very well made, with clever dialog and composed of countless little moments that are amusing, despite dealing with a serious subject. Juno resolves to give the baby up for adoption to a yuppie couple played by Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner, but things get complicated with Bateman's character begins getting close to her because of their interests in rock music and slasher films, kindling long-standing desires on his part to do more in life before becoming a father.This is a very well-cast movie from top to bottom. J.K. Simmons plays Juno's father who is generally kind and supportive, but expresses his disappointment by saying "I thought you were the kind of girl who knew when to say when". Page's facial reaction, followed by her response, "I don't really know what kind of girl I am" is priceless, and just one of many great scenes for her. Allison Janney plays her step-mom, and has a powerful moment telling off the ultrasound technician while sticking up for Juno, and then later quipping "doctors are sadists who like to play God and watch lesser people scream". Cera plays awkward teenage dorkiness naturally, and Olivia Thirlby turns in a solid performance as Juno's friend. This is a 'teenage film' that is smart, and has so many positive messages; it's accepting of unorthodox kids and difficult situations, which everyone deals with as Juno does, with humor and head up high. It's an empowering film, and a love story. The scene of Cera and Page strumming guitars and singing 'Anyone Else But You' (by The Moldy Peaches) is a sweet ending and caps off a nice alternative/indie soundtrack. Page really established herself with this film, and is well worthy of the Academy Award nomination she received.