Godfather of Canton

Godfather of Canton

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A coolie is ofter a job a policeman after saving a government official, and through treachery and corruption rises through the ranks of the police, then becomes a gangster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Godfather of Canton torrent reviews

WS W (br) wrote: Moody, & beautifully shot; meanwhile, lingering however.

Robert B (kr) wrote: Sleep Dealer is underwhelming if one reads some of the reviews posted about it. The filmmaking is amateurish and some of the effects are poor. Still, the film succeeds because it shows heart and spirit, and that is a refreshing change from most Hollywood fare. The actors act as though they believe that the technology and the world is real.

Marcia M (nl) wrote: this movie isn't scary but actually funny. The actors suck but I still have watched the movie a bunch of times due to the fact I LOVE Horny the clown. I give it a 9 just for the clown other than that the movie sucks

Ron M (kr) wrote: great movie loved it

Alexander R (br) wrote: i haven't seen this movie in a long time but i can definantly say that it's a good movie. some interesting facts that i thought everyone should know is that the director, James F. Robinson, is my father. i'm DEAD SERIOUS. also during the little puppet show in front of the Alamo one of the kids that they show was me when i was 6 or 7 years old.

Zachary M (it) wrote: This movie often gets off scoot free compared to Batman & Robin, but I've always found this one to be the most infuriating of all the 90's Batman movies. At least the aforementioned movie, has cheesy lines that are fun to laugh at, even in an ironic way. This has none of that. Uninteresting characters and without the decency to be so bad it's good, it truly is the low point in the pre-cinematic universe of super hero movies.

Kathy R (de) wrote: i love this show could watch it over and over

Abel D (mx) wrote: While not a laugh-a-minute riot, 'Movie Movie's' affectionate charm is hard to resist, and its second, musically oriented half is where the film's stylish trump card lies.

Tamsin P (it) wrote: Probably the most bizarre musical to ever be called a classic.