Incredible Shaolin Thunderkick

Incredible Shaolin Thunderkick

The daughter of a restaurant owner gets kidnapped. The water boy (who's almost a girl because his wee-wee was chopped off) want to free her. But therefor he first has to become a real man with real kung fu skills. So he starts training with an old guy

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David A (br) wrote: Watching ironman, Rise of the technovore. I am one who rarely complains about super-hero movies or corny shows but ... with this movie, Commonsense must be classed as super power because no one in this movie has it!Spoilers:1: Tony's missile launch site is under attack and Tony's Employees did not scrap the launch.2: You get this big baddie, named Zeke Stane, who can easily destroy the satellite that is being launched by tony's rocket but decides to go inside the building to press the shut off button! Zeke you have shown us that you can easily blow up the building with your suits technology so why not go for the damn rocket, you dumbass.3: After Rhodey, Warmachine, defeats one of the enemies he walks into the building, Rhodey notices the biotech on the walls with his visor, So he raises his visor to ask tony if he needs help. When room around Rhodey starts to slowly to explode, he stood there like a moron and doesn't put his visor down.4: After the explosion, tony starts digging around in the rubble, in the comics he has a tracking device inside Rhodey's War Machine suit. 5: Natashia arrives, ALONE, and tells him that she must take him to see Nick Fury and let others dig Rhodey up. Yes, Let's leave Rhodey who most likely fatally injured to die.6: Tony argues with Nick and leaves, Nick Fury doesn't want Stark to fly off and get killed because, he was the ONLY witness.. except the media, camera crew and other people who were outside waiting for the rocket to be launched.7: Tony argues with Nick and leaves, Nick Fury doesn't want Stark get killed so Nick orders his men to shoot down iron-man. Yes, you might think he is iron-man and his suit is blahblahblah.8: Nick Fury must had his brain replaced with a potato with the terrible decisions since doing to normal thing and help ironman and try and figure a way to stop this new enemy, he decides to make Ironman a villain and focus attacking stark because Tony isn't answering Nicks phone calls! Call about petty nonsense.9: Imagine Nick and Stark going to a restaurant and Tony Accidentally knocked water and it splashed on fury, I wonder what fury would do, nuke Tony's private island to make it even?10: Tony Stark is not superman, he is NOT FASTER than the speed of bullet! He smashes through a dirty window to grab the bullet but doesn't explain how he was about to see or predict it.11:, Tony is a hacker, He tries and hacks into SHIELDS information. Why didn't he create fake IPs, firewalls etc to not get tracked or possibly store the information in his tech-suits.12: After a pointless fight between hawk Eye, Ironman, punisher and Black Widow, Ironman flies upwards into the sky. During this time, The punisher steals Black widows motorbike and drives off yet they didn't even notice it!Finally, If they had found out the suit is made by nano-bots, why don't they use an Electromagnetic field on the technovore.There is more flaws but I rather have some online reviewer chew this movie out.

Brianna B (gb) wrote: please let me watch this movie

Dylan D (fr) wrote: Why is it coming out in theters when you can see it for free right now it's been on nick half a million times

Emod L (au) wrote: 84%Although its pacing and repetition may turn off some viewers, The Way Back is still beautifully shot, powerfully-acted, and dramatically engaging.

Lori Z (es) wrote: Powerful disturbing well done with strong true emotions and conflict.

Michal Z (us) wrote: solidny kawa? holokaustwy

Raj D (fr) wrote: Love it, Diya is simply beautiful!

Sam M (fr) wrote: Pretty funny and dumb.

Alan D (mx) wrote: Farcical comedy. Lots of fun.

Gregory W (kr) wrote: great subtext-more interesting 2 figure out whats going on underneath

Ryan W (gb) wrote: 21 Grams is a very well acted film but to be honest that is the film's only strength apart from that this is a very bleak and at times depressing film to watch

Matty S (gb) wrote: The infamous free Stones concert held in December of 1969 at The Altamont Speedway filmed by Zwerin and The Maysles Brothers captures a tragic moment signaling the end of the Happy Hippie Generation. I wonder if it held the same impact then as it does now. There is something both chilling and almost comical as we watch a very young Mick Jagger watching the tragic clash between a concert-goer and a member of Hell's Angels. He looks at it as if dazed, hung-over and not quite able to fully comprehend what had happened right in front of him. A time capsule film if ever there was one. This is no Woodstock. This is the dark-glooming post-Manson side of the 1960's. A fascinating film. It is too bad that Criterion was unable to have The Stones sit down and discuss the experience some 46 years later.

Jennifer G (br) wrote: Shouldn't be in the horror section

Karl P (ag) wrote: Great movie. Timeless.