Fists Of Legend

Fists Of Legend

On a television show billed as “the greatest fight show on Earth,” eager amateurs with lots to prove boldly step into the ring and expect to leave bloody but victorious. The ratings hungry producers seek out “legendary” but largely forgotten streetfighters and mine their desperation for recaptured glory and redemption into ratings gold.

During the time of struggling to make the living by opening a noodle shop, Deok-kyu is accepted the invitation to taking part in a real show: Fists of Legend. In the studio, he meets the high school friend, Jae-suk who is also the participant of this show.This show makes particcipants using martial arts to overcome opponents. An opponent want to bribe Deok-kyu with the price of $50.000. However, with the unconditional support of his daughter and incredible effort of Sang-hoon, Deok-kyu has motivation to continue to fight the last round. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fists Of Legend torrent reviews

Aran R (kr) wrote: Slow paced and with a mildly written script. Rachel Weisz's work as Hypatia of Alexandria is the best gift that Alejandro Amenbar's Agora can deliver.

Ludovica S (kr) wrote: Bello vedere un film italiano trasmesso nei cinema all'estero - non capita proprio tutti i giorni. Bello anche vedere Genova! Il film in s, invece, l'ho trovato un po' lento e deprimente: ho aspettato la svolta positiva per pi di un'ora, per non mai arrivata... I protagonisti bravi nelle loro parti (anche se devo ancora abituarmi ad un Albanese attore impegnato).

Bobby A (au) wrote: You may hate Mel for his drunken antics but this is a hell of a film and I went into it thinking I was going to hate it, if Polanski can get a pass then Mel should as well.

Brahiam G (fr) wrote: Perhaps the visual effects for the animals weren't perfect but I have to say, the filmmakers made the most out of what they had and did an excellent job. Also, the makeup was fantastic. The plot want the best but the production values make up for that.

Michelle F (gb) wrote: Hmm.. strange movie. I'm not understanding it completely. There are more time paradoxes but it's all a bit too unclear. Courteney Cox is not a bad actress at all, but she shouldn't play this kind of role I think. It just doesn't seem to be her style, maybe she wants to get rid of her Monica (Friends) character or something, I don't know.It could have been an interesting movie, but unfortunately it didn't turn out that way.

Arry F (nl) wrote: Talk to him like that again and I'm gonna stab you in the face with a soldiering iron. Lmao.

Cameron J (jp) wrote: Here's a mystery for you: "Why are sports movies so boring?" Oh wait, that's no mystery. The reason is that sports, in general are boring enough without someone trying to back it up with whatever dramatic storyline you can possibly relate to the sport at hand. I can't believe that no one is doing a sports drama that deals with parkinson's, which is more compelling and realistic than most of the stuff these people come up with. I don't care if you think your wife doesn't love you just because she laughed at her high school boyfriend, Russell. Ironically, this film really isn't that boring. Hey, it's all paced pretty smoothly to me after "Tin Cup", which was basically over 2 hours of Kevin Costner doing pretty much nothing other than lightly tapping a ball into a hole with a club. But seriously though, while the film is certainly more exciting than most sports flicks, it does still have slow spots and like most slow films, it's vulnerable to other flaws. Here, these flaws include a mild lack of development, a somewhat inconsistant sense of humor, a deal of fall-flat jokes, some vile dialogue, (I'm not a whimp, I'm just saying that what Crowe's character's wife sarcastically said to express her excitement about the town getting a Zamboni was some ol' high school freshman bull) a bit of an out-of-place score, ceesiness, melodrama, forced plot points, predictability, a lot of cliches and an atmosphere that's too clean for the mature content. Still, as flawed as the film is, it remains pretty decent. For this, we have to thank a decent storyline, some nice cenimatography, fair performances and a solid and heartwarming ending, Hallmark-tastic though it may be. Ultimately, "Mystery, Alaska" is a cliched, melodramatic and gratuitously mature mess, but the well-ended story and performances are compelling enough to make it a decent watch.

corey s (de) wrote: I don't really believe in little green men but I enjoyed the movie and hope one day it makes its way to bluray

Ryan P (es) wrote: Flaws aside, this thriller is supreme entertainment. Suspenseful and sexy. Great performances by Al Pacino, Ellen Barkin & John Goodman, with the former 2 sharing some blazing chemistry. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Not a bad watch at all.

Graham J (ca) wrote: A movie I watched probably two million times as a child, I am now able to pass it on to my daughter. Hilarious performances from Dave Thomas and Joe Flaherty and a huge list of great cameos. This is one of the essential kid's movies.

Chris M (es) wrote: Hey I just want to see how bad this movie is!

Larissa P (br) wrote: Incredible movie by Chaplin, features one of his best scores also.

Michael T (ca) wrote: Enjoyable screwball musicomedy in Paramount's seemingly endless series of 1930s college movies.

Enne K (it) wrote: This movie sucks. Not funny at all.

Kenneth L (kr) wrote: Having a Gay affirming parent or child can make all the difference in the world between a stiff uncomtortable existence & a joyful wholesome embrace of life.