I Love Wing Chun
A martial arts comedy about 3 good friends - a wealthy businessman, a kung fu master n a swindler. The swindler on the verge of dying, begs kung fu master to take care and protect his son, the wealthy businessman to support his son financially. When he turns 18, the secret cache to his years of swindling will be revealed. However with mistaken identities, misunderstanding and unexpected incidents leads to a hilarious, martial arts (Wing Chun style) journey!
- Stars:Iñigo Etayo, Jerónimo Salas, Álex Larumbe, Eneko Capapay, Guido Balzaretti, Natalis Chan, Tats Lau, Liang Tian, Qiu Yuen, Wah Yuen,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Lex Tsai,
- Writer:Chen Chen Lim, Lex Tsai (story)
A martial arts comedy about 3 good friends - a wealthy businessman, a kung fu master n a swindler. The swindler on the verge of dying, begs kung fu master to take care and protect his son, the wealthy businessman to support his son financially. When he turns 18, the secret cache to his years of swindling will be revealed. However with mistaken identities, misunderstanding and unexpected incidents leads to a hilarious, martial arts (Wing Chun style) journey! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Love Wing Chun torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Just does not make sense and if you buy into it you have one hell of an imagination or you just like to suffer,probably both.
(nl) wrote: Great adaptation of amazing Frank Miller comic book.Gotham city corruption is perfectly displayed to the point that it almost becomes a character in itself.Both Jim Gordon and Batman stories have some great storytelling moments and let's us see a motivation,morals and values of both characters not to mention excellent voice acting by Bryan Cranston and well done action scenes.Strong faithful adaptation and one of the best animation movies that DC have to offer i give this 9/10.
(ag) wrote: Only the name 'Golmaal' had saved this movie from being a disaster at the box office, but Golmaal 3 still disappoints as a movie from the Golmaal series. There are comedy scenes that are funny, but the rest of the movie feels boring.
(br) wrote: A classic example of a good premise gone wrong because of a uncreative and weak screenplay. Nothing happening in the movie except Akshay Kumar's antics and Aishwarya Rai's dancing and acting skills. That should be enough to steer this one through the muddy waters of a festival season. Action Replayy rides high on two of the current buzz words in Bollywood - sci fi and the seventies era. We have had a slew of movies on both these niches in the past few months, and they have met with mixed successes. Action Replayy mixes both of these and comes up with a love story-cum-triangle-cum-comedy movie starring Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai as the two main characters. Kishen ( Akshay Kumar) is married to Mala (Aishwarya Rai) who are like in the afternoon of their lives, with one son, Bunty (Aditya Roy Kapoor) a guy who has given up on the concept of marriage love because he sees that his parents are always bickering. Of course, his girlfriend has a grandpa Anthony Gonzalves (Randhir Kapoor) who makes time machines in his basement - quite common around here, actually. It all takes a speed burst when Kishen and Mala fight tooth and nail on their anniversary night, and after a college friend, Kundan (Rannvijay Singh) insults Kishen during the party. Bunty then decides to take matters into his own hands and travel back in time to bring the love back into his parent's life. Erm.. wouldn't a paid trip to a romantic destination be more plausible, dude? I mean, your mom spends nine crores in shopping. Anyway, what happens next is what forms the rest of the story. And it is Boring. Seriously, the movie is very, very boring. A classic case of style over substance, all the movie does is have the entire cast move around in seventies style attire and mouth Bollywood lines and basically try to poke fun at current Bollywood celebrities, current affairs - which do not exist in the present timespace continuum - ha ha ha. The screenplay lacks the chutzpah and showcase scenes that you can have when you have actors like Akshay Kumar, Aishwarya Rai, Om Puri and Kirron Kher on screen. Neha Dhupia seems like she's walked over from a neighboring shoot to dance for the music video. The transformation of both the characters seems very unrealistic, particulary Kishen's. And there is no transformation actually, or if there is, it hasn't been executed well. Kishen is still the dunce amongst the lot all through the movie, except for the 'one tight slap' sequence at the end of the movie -and thankfully it is not picturized on the woman! That said, this is another movie that tries to give you a brief memoir of how things were back in the seventies. But the ongoings are so boring that you end up seeing the posters and such that are reminiscent of the seventies. Like the Cadbury's black and white ad, the old time look of the bakery, and of course, the awesome Gothic British architecture that is abound all about in the movie. Go to the theater only if you want to see a Gorgeous Aishwarya Rai dancing and acting like she's actually enjoying her character and of course, Akshay Kumar, who always enjoys his characters. Strictly for the holiday crowd.
(us) wrote: C'mon! This is the best documentary on this subject ever produced!! A++ HaHaHa...
(mx) wrote: It isn't often you get to see Van Damme actually try and act and even more rare that he succeeds at it. Van Dammage has really improved his acting chops in recent years.So, if you're on the bandwagon that hates on him without actually seeing his movies and claim that he can't act. See this one and you'll see otherwise.
(nl) wrote: A mindless slasher flick, but surprisingly entertaining.
(nl) wrote: A documentary like this is only as good as the people they follow. The National Spelling Bee documentary was so good because the kids were so interesting. King of Kong was so good because the characters were so well defined. This documentary misses out on that element. The main folks aren't as interesting. We don't really care about them. However, Marlon is perhaps the most interesting of them all. There do make Scrabble games interesting and they do some neat things with words, but not as great as I would have like it to have been.
(nl) wrote: salman khanish movie
(ca) wrote: A cringe-making, bodily function-orientated film with a load of annoying characters and a very little amount of comedy. Anyone who likes films like Love Actually and Notting Hill will probably enjoy this. I prefer Norman J. Warren movies myself.
(nl) wrote: I must say that this pales in comparison to the original as far as being scary, but i found that this film is laugh out loud funny. There are some pretty good one liners in it, especially Matthew McConaughey's. I think that he played his character very well. A lot of people won't like this movie, but if you like campy b horror movies then this one you might like.
(au) wrote: Really? This has no score on the Tomatometer?
(mx) wrote: Possibly the most imaginative farce you'll ever see. Special kudos for the retro imagery in all its forms here. Essential Allen, way outside the box, and a near-believable documentary.