Fist of Fury 1991 II
A sequel to Fist of Fury 1991 that continues right where the last one leaves off. Chow is a wacky but lovable mainlander duking it out with wacky bad guy Yuen Wah. Meanwhile, he learns kung-fu from the legendary Josephine Siao, and assorted hijinks involving Cheung Man and Nat Chan Bak-Cheung go on forever.
- Stars:Stephen Chow, Josephine Siao, Kenny Bee, Sharla Cheung, Pak-cheung Chan, Wah Yuen, Man-Biu Bak, Chung-Sing Choh, Ming Wan Yeung, Tak Yuen, Siu-Wai Mui, Feng Ku, Yuen Yee Ng, Fung Woo, Corey Yuen,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Chung-Sing Choh, Corey Yuen,
- Writer:Dung Hoh, Jeffrey Lau
After the total defeat of Cheung Wai (Ming Wan Yeueng) in a boxing match with Lau Ching (Stephen Chow), his brother Cheung Wan To (Wah Yuen) and his gang are out to seek revenge against ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fist of Fury 1991 II torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Family Weekend was not much of a comedy. It had its moments, but it wasn't enough to save the movie. I'm glad I saw this movie at home instead of driving and driving and driving and driving to New Orleans to see this flick. My grade: D
(it) wrote: Cool spotlight on rock 'n roll's Prince of Darkness and his crazy odyssey as one of the most infamous figures in music. Wanted a little more on Sabbath, but a fun trip nonetheless.
(mx) wrote: Great film about child to teen prostitution and the general street/Bohemianesque lifestyle that many of these people can find themselves in. After living a certain lifestyle for a large period of time, it begins to grow on you and you essentially become dependant on conforming to its standards and repeating the same actions you've done before. It creates a sort of security/stability in the face of change. The only cure (if wanted) is time and persistent resistance.Great acting and directing! ^_^
(nl) wrote: Fascinating Movie with a lot of potential for a sequel and an moving character development.
(ca) wrote: its a lot better then people think it is, you suck people. ray and gene come on losers.
(br) wrote: Malsima, llena de clichs y giros previsibles.
(gb) wrote: waw lauryn hill is there!!
(ag) wrote: such a strong story. the editing is a bit rough, but the idea comes across.
(jp) wrote: An absolute cinematic trainwreck/masterpiece. Not only is Breathing Fire underrated, but it might just be THE best so-bad-it's-good movie ever produced. Eat your heart out Troll 2!
(jp) wrote: vague kung vague... you have to be in one of those introspective moods to fully grasp this film...
(nl) wrote: As much as I like John Malkovich, I was never fully convinced of him as the lady-killer "Valmont" in "Dangerous Liaisons." Now Colin Firth, I can believe in him in the not totally pointless umpteenth adaptation of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses." If we could just pick and choose from all of the versions (Uma Thurman's umh "assets", Jeanne Moreau as Merteuil, "Bittersweet Symphony" by "The Verve" somehow thrown in, bits and pieces from all of the scripts...) we would have a perfect version. I guess this is why this keeps getting adapted.
(nl) wrote: After Superman 3 sucked, they should have stood up, dusted themselves off and gotten back on the "make a decent movie" horse! When Leonard Nimoy wrote a ridiculous story about saving the whales for Star Trek The Voyage Home it sucked, yet a year later Christopher Reeve does the same thing about nuclear weapons for this suck fest! I don't give half a shit if your "star" wants to make the next movie about some stupid fucking social issue... actors are people too..... throw some money at them and they'll forget all about their conscious. Either these were 80's hipsters making a movie "ironically" or they were trying to make the stupidest fucking movie ever.... either way... CONGRATULATIONS!
(ag) wrote: Enestende tv-film, udformet som en direkte nyhedsudsendelse, om et terrorist-angreb, der muligvis inkluderer atomvben, p en mindre amerikansk by. Skrmmende (omend mske lidt mindre aktuel i dag, end da den blev lavet), autentisk, ubehagelig, spndende ekstremt vellavet og velspillet.
(ag) wrote: Even though there were some cool pictures and videos of storm, even though there were some tragic stories about the storms and lighting itself and even though the subject matter could be very interesting, it was presented in a way that would make almost go to sleep. The science that they used to explain the storms or the effects on the brain anyways was very limited and pretty much for the whole part, this documentary did not keep my interest.
(au) wrote: Saw this on the plane to Canada last summer. Just EPIC!
(fr) wrote: This is only my second Tati full-length I've seen (the first being Playtime), however, I immediately recognized the way he pulls his unique camera work, stage set-up, and busy shots--all mixed with a perfect soundtrack (both the music and environmental noise).However, while Mon Oncle is strong in the satire of technology and the fiscally well-off, it is TOO strong. After the first half hour, I was like, "I get it. Now make me care." And it doesn't.Doesn't make it a bad movie... I enjoyed it, if for no other reason than Tati's grand aesthetic. And maybe I'll like it more on follow-up views--after all, Terry Jones said in his introduction that he wasn't impressed the first time he saw it.
(us) wrote: So randomly awesome.
(jp) wrote: I sort of thought that Simon Pegg was in a position to choose his vehicles. This is not a vehicle, unless you consider a Yugo a vehicle. You keep watching, thinking that it's setting up for something great; it's not.
(de) wrote: The music gave it higher ratings. I miss 80s music.
(nl) wrote: it was avery good movie kept u on the edge ur seat action