Jiang hu xing

Jiang hu xing


River Of Fury presents the self-discovery and awakening of a young man (Danny Lee), who has been exposed and fallen for the lucrative powers of wealth. Lily Ho played a role in sharp contrast with Lee, which has helplessly fallen prey to the irresistible temptations of wealth under the influence of her mother. Once again, Ho demonstrates her remarkable talent in Chinese opera following her Beijing-opera showcase in The Warlord (co-starring Michael Hui Kwun-man). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jiang hu xing torrent reviews

Bobby L (nl) wrote: So funny really deng chao is really good at it

Guy M (fr) wrote: A great documentary; tells the story simply, accurately, and brilliantly.

Andrew L (jp) wrote: Brilliantly acted by a promising cast, Abramhamson may have peaked with this exceptionally paced story of youth gone wrong in affluent Ireland. One of the best films produced in the country this century.

Kannan V (gb) wrote: Mankatha - 8/10 - Ajith's 50th movie certainly has exceeded the hugely speculated expectations it garnered. Like its title, it travels in a racy pace with full of twists and turns presented in a thoroughly entertaining way. Mankatha impresses in technicality with commercialized cinematography and epic BGMs. In overall, no doubt that Mankatha is the finest work of Ajith and Venkat Prabhu till date.

Ingela A (es) wrote: I find the cinema of railing against small-mindedness and oppression very satisfying. It is about time the plight of too many women relegated to second class citizens in the Middle East be tackled with eyes both on entertaining as well as giving a face. Some may complain that THE SOURCE is too slick; I however do not find it as such. The focus is Leila (Lela Bekhti), galvanising women in her impoverished (yet stunningly beautiful) village to strive to be treated as people and not as possessions. There is great difficulty in balancing harsh reality with a narrative that seeks to engender hope, without alienating a wide audience. Leila is not a simplistic heroine, and neither is her home life. I found the dynamics within her extended family particularly captivating. The area seems like paradise, but virtually nobody seems to be enjoying the landscape idyll. Female standing in society is precarious, while persistent drought has harmed the economy, crushing male self-esteem. A plethora of characters represent different viewpoints, and don't actually feel like just philosophical representations. Like CHOCOLAT and POLLYANNA, this is hardly devoid of sentiment; I didn't mind on this occasion. Sensual, uplifting and charismatic.

Dustin B (nl) wrote: A glorious celebration of the full moon.

Kenneth D (kr) wrote: The emotions in this movie is what makes it stand out from other Asian horror flicks.

William H (gb) wrote: Ugh... I didnt really care for this movie at all. I'm not a HUGE Italian horror fan but this was definitely a weak entry. The plot jumped all over the place and the acting was pretty laughable.

bill s (ca) wrote: A romantic comedy yaaaawwwwnnnnnn.

Eric R (es) wrote: I always thought this sequel would be another run-of-the-mill follow-up that the horror genre seems to be littered with. The original poster art for this is even the exact same as the original for Christ sake only with the number "2" tacked on to the end. If they couldn't take the time to make new poster art I figured they wouldn't have taken the time to make a sequel worth a shit. It also didn't help that all critics, except for the godly Job Bob Briggs, seem to shit on it despite liking the original.After viewing Basket Case 2 I have found it not only to be a fine sequel, but about as good of a sequel to Basket Case could get. Thankfully director Frank Henenlotter didn't want to do a carbon copy of the original by having Duane and his deformed brother Belial going on another blood hunt. He changes it up a bit here by having our gruesome twosome survive the end of their previous slaughter and being busted out of the hospital by an elderly women who takes in deformed individuals and gives them home where they are loved and cared for. You see her own son was born a monster so she believes all deformed people deserve respect and caring.Finally they have a place where they belong, that is until Duane falls in love with another pretty girl. Eagle-eyed viewers have the image of what Belial did to his first girlfriend in the original Basket Case burned in their brain so this can't end well. Surprisingly Belial himself finds a mutant deformed girlfriend for himself! Who knew Henenlotter could make this sequel more bizarre than the original but he does, oh boy, doe she ever and we are even graced a mutant sex scene. Some things I never thought I would see and a mutant sex scene was one of them. Words cannot describe this sequence. All I can say is that I can't believe that sequence got past the ratings board intact!In the mean time a reporter is doing a story on the dastardly duo and while doing research, comes across where they are hiding. She has no idea the monsters that lurk inside and it seems it will be a bloody fun time for Belial.Due to a much higher budget this sequel has a much more polished look to it. Everything from the lighting, to the acting to the effects are up tenfold. Belial also looks great in all his animatronic glory (thankfully the filmmakers didn't bring back those glowing eyes). If one can get past the gore they will find a nice underlying meaning to the story people that are physically different do not deserve to be treated any different than people that are born normal. That is unless they are a homicidal killer like Belial! One thing that does tend to annoy me is the look of the other deformed people. I can't believe I'm typing this but they were too silly and non-realistic. A guy with a half moon face? Come on. I can accept a deformed lump of a person that was attached to his brother's side but some of these other things were just too much.Overall this was good sequel to the original no-budget classic. It' lacks the grittiness and overall nastiness of the original but it still contains the trademark over-the-top humor and gore to please fans. This is a horror sequel that I recommend.

Vander101 (us) wrote: Best Rutger Hauer video film to date. If the boy actor was better this video film would be tops. Who doesn't love seeing Randall "Tex" Cobb cut in two by a blind swordsman!

Eric H (au) wrote: This is a fine movie that is full of humor, as well as some real touching moments. It's about how a family interacts not only in society, but with each other. Every person's strengths and faults are on display, and the portrayals by this ensemble cast are right on target. Steve Martin, as Gill, is probably the central character here, & he has to deal not only with the hypocracy in the work force, but with his tempermental and sensitive son. I thought that the storyline was well developed, and that the characters seemed true to life. Ron Howard did an excellent job of directing. The ending is very bittersweet, as even with the multi births and the happiness shown on the faces of the family members, you can also notice them in pensive poses, as though wondering what life will have in store for each of them, as well as the new additions. A good, thought-provoking movie indeed

Adam C (ru) wrote: decent spaghetti western, but it just had constant reminders that it was made in the 70s (the music, the hairstyles) it kind of felt like a movie taking place in the west in the 70s

Amos B (it) wrote: November 23, 2007 - Pacific Film Archive, BerkeleyI prefer the Pasolini of Mamma Roma and Accattone. Having seen the Decameron and the ultimate telos - Salo - I am not sure it is all worth it. Still, I guess this is amusing enough, and one cannot but admire the grand thinking behind Pasolini's renditions of these medieval and early modern grotesques.

Bill B (us) wrote: I recorded this one thinking I was getting into a 'Clint Eastwood' film, when in actuality this one is much more of an ensemble piece. I did enjoy it, though it was just not exactly what I was expecting.Great caper film as Eastwood and Richard Burton lead a mission into a remote castle to rescue a prisoner of war, which climaxes in a great series of double crosses and some fun action bits.Well worth a rental.

Katie W (ag) wrote: A great fun little film, totally silly, but perfect for what it is! I think at this point Jimmy Stewart had got a bit better at playing Jimmy Stewart too.

Alejandro M (us) wrote: You can sum up this entire movie with "Are you serious..." Every five minutes something happens that makes you doubt the vision of director and screen writter alike. Cliche city. The CGI (if you can even call it that) is utter garbage, the fish does not look menacing or even real. And what is up with the soundtrack!!! Some songs do not fit at all with what is going on!!! It's a real shame...

Austin S (jp) wrote: The best musical I have ever seen. Good acting, writing, and plot. Second favorite best picture-winning film

Yash B (es) wrote: Preposterous but a fun ride that is thrilling enough for its purpose. It's an enjoyable movie that isn't meant to be taken seriously.

Caitlin L (nl) wrote: A pretty entertaining movie.