Ying Ke-Feng, head of Peerless Manor, is an expert swordsman whose escort business transports 200,000 taels of silver to the capital each year. This year, however, he is afflicted with an infirmity that renders him unable to use his sword. Rather than give up this important commission and let the martial world know of his precarious health he means to entrust the consignment to two young knights in his manor, Hsiang Ting and Yun Piao-Piao. As it happens, these two are also betrothed; clearly they have their swordsmanship in common. At Peerless Manor, everyone is suspicious of malevolent strangers who may be sniffing around the silver transport. So when Le I appears astride a high-quality charger but otherwise clearly down on his luck, Hsiang Ting thinks Le I may be a spy for the bad guys in the Flying Tiger Manor. It doesn't help that Le I and Yun Piao-Piao hit it off right away. Even or especially when Le I saves Yun Piao-Piao from a Flying Tiger thug.
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Cristal G (ru) wrote: This movie was a waste of my time. The actress were horrible showed no emotions not even a little face expression. The movie seems unfinished. It was simply dumb. The girl is never even stalked the climax of the movie is like in the last 5 minutes and it ends before the resolution.
Bonnie H (au) wrote: Would make a better play. Fun to hear director and jena talk after movie. The bear was the best part and John had all of the best lines.
nipp s (jp) wrote: Good movie, not great.... I wasn't expecting a great movie since it's supposed to be fairly accurate and accurate doesn't make for a fluid story.... I'm glad this didn't try to show Assange as some sort of prophet who can do no wrong. The fact is he is a rapist who couldn't care less about the lives of others as long as he has access to their secrets. p.s. Ladies, you can't trust a weirdo who dyes his hair white
Amanda T (ru) wrote: i don't care that it has some cliche themes in it, this movie was surprisingly dramatic? i guess, for me. It was good and a little different than what the trailer suggets
Andrew M (nl) wrote: As a documentary, it leaves much to be desired, but as a concert film, you can't ask for much better filmed footage and music from Martin Scorsese's Shine a Light.
Dave R (ru) wrote: a man down on his luck gets sucked into LA's underworld because he needs the money to save his home. denzel is quite good but you really have to pay attention to people's names in this film or else you'll be lost. although it has the look of, and is set in, the same time period as "chinatown" (1974) the theme is quite different. "chinatown" explored the difference between appearance and reality; here explore the segregation of 1940s america. don cheadle is really good in his supporting role.
Callie M (de) wrote: I've loved this movie ever since I was a kid and I watching it all the time! :) It's funny, I love the creativity and imagination. It's just a fun movie. :)
Thomas B (jp) wrote: I thought this movie sucked!!
Nefert M (fr) wrote: early richard gere movie. not bad
Jeff W (gb) wrote: I love this film, I think it is Jess Franco's best offering. Lina Romay and a fantastic score are the highlights, but the dreamy, surreal feel of the film really help to round things out.
Kathy S (ca) wrote: a good laught from the guys as usual
Ken S (ag) wrote: If your really into the 60s psychedelia stuff, this is for you. If you are more into reality of the 60s like me, this is a big skip. It is interesting for its time period and worth a look, but definitely goes nowhere.