Game of Death II
In this dark tale of revenge, Bruce Lee "returns" as Billy Lo, whose best friend Chin Ku dies of a sudden illness. But suspicion of foul play arises when a gang tries to steal Ku's coffin at the funeral using a helicopter. When Lo's younger brother Lo hears about the incident, he leaves his Buddhist master to investigate the truth. His trail soon leads him to the Castle of Death, the last place Chin Ku was seen alive. There, he meets and befriends an unlikely ally--a cruel and merciless martial arts expert who is also the tower's master. But when the master dies under mysterious circumstances, Lo ends up dueling with someone far more terrifying.
- Stars:Bruce Lee, Tai Chung Kim, Jang Lee Hwang, Roy Horan, Roy Chiao, Hoi Sang Lee, Cheng-Wu Yang, Hou Li-Jen, Miranda Austin,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:See-Yuen Ng, Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Corey Yuen,
- Writer:Tin Shing Hoh, Chuo-Lun Ting
Billy Lo, famed martial arts star is murdered. His brother, Bobby goes to Korea, and in an underground pagoda finds his brother's killers and exacts revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Game of Death II torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Terrence Malick's follow up to his masterpiece "The Tree of Life" is not the massive statement that that film was, but it is still a fine film that is a more mature and insightful work on human relationships and how they relate to the divine than most any romance film dares to touch. Malick could have done a lot better in creating a story that the audience is more engaged in (as he so brilliantly did in The Tree of Life), but even on his most half-baked day Malick is still head and shoulders above any other American director working right now.
(es) wrote: Totally cheap and ridiculous like every other sequel since the original.
(ca) wrote: Brilliant. I need to get it and also see all of Dawkins other documentaries. It's uploaded to google video and I highly recommend checking it out.
(us) wrote: The attempt in displaying what it passes for the head of a Palestinian terrorist, without transforms it into a monster and fanatic it is more than what praiseworthy, after all, although the apparent abnormality, the men bombs, that are sacrificed in attempted against, do not pass of common people, that until carrying out scenes that they shock the world, incognitos pass, living normally."Paradise Now", film of the director Hany Abu-Assad, follows this concept and tries to demystify the Palestinian terrorism, following the trajectory of two young, the few hours of will become man-bomb.Its intention is clear and direct: a boarding human being, of an extremely delicate subject. For this, it mere looks for to follow with its camera the dialogs, questionings and (little) the action properly said, keeping the politics, good far from its focus.The good intention, that functions at the beginning, goes becoming tiring when uncurling of the film. For that does not have that to take left, or same to show the consequences of an act of absolute violence, the director opts to locking up its work before the hour and is contented in showing only part of a history that could be much more interesting if boarded of complete form.Successful in demonstrating as extreme attitudes they can blossom inside of an environment contaminated, and efficient in humanizer its two protagonists, through the benefit of the doubt, "Paradise Now" lose the force of this initial honesty, when she deprives to observe until the end the way trod for these two personages, constructed so well.
(nl) wrote: Sick, twisted and totally inappropriate. At the same time it is about as intense as movies get. I found it impossible to look away. And, of course, Julia Ormond is so good at being so very perversely bad.