Journey of the Doomed
Journey of the Doomed stars Tung Wei as a knight that finds himself protecting the life of a beautiful young lady being stalked by a bunch of assassins headed by kung-fu actress extraordinaire Hui Ying-hung. Tung Wei was the kid that Bruce Lee slaps on the head at the beginning of Enter The Dragon. He went on to kung-fu stardom before becoming a highly successful fight director for Jet Li and Jackie Chan.
- Stars:Wei Tung, Alex Man, Kara Hui, On-On Yu, Tien-Lang Li, Kuan-chung Ku, Siu Chung Mok, Yin-yu Fu, Regina Kent, Yun-ping Law, King Fan Lee, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Hsin Liang, Han Ling, Wai-mei Tam,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Chuen-Yee Cha,
- Writer:Titus Ho, Michael Mak, Taylor Wong
Journey of the Doomed stars Tung Wei as a knight that finds himself protecting the life of a beautiful young lady being stalked by a bunch of assassins headed by kung-fu actress extraordinaire Hui Ying-hung. Tung Wei was the kid that Bruce Lee slaps on the head at the beginning of Enter The Dragon. He went on to kung-fu stardom before becoming a highly successful fight director for Jet Li and Jackie Chan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Journey of the Doomed torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: What a life Fischer had. Not expertly told, but Fischer is so fascinating that it doesn't matter.
(jp) wrote: Although there are lots of laughing during the screening, deep down it is a very sad story,especially for who is still fighting in any field that relate to art.....this is no use following the trend,so just be yourself and find someone to love
(ca) wrote: This was quite unnerving, it would have been more effective had I rented it on VHS but it loses a bit of its zing when watching it on the net. There are some rather clever devices used in this film - it keeps you on your toes - and Kevin Howath is chilling. He would have made a much better Patrick Bateman than Christian Bale. Overall, better than I expected.
(au) wrote: What is this thing, Monster demon whatever it is its terrifyingAs horror fan you have to see a movie for a name of a movie or the poster I don't watch the trailers as it gives stuff away so I went into this movie for the poster it looked interesting boy was I right Wow what a great movie People have been telling me you should watch this it's scary and you will love it thanks guys I did enjoy it but it didn't scar me at all I found it more supernatural then horror but that's me Plot great story which had been done plenty of times but this version worked (no spoilers)Casting was great and believable Special / visual effects and make up were great I enjoyed the adventure and the suspense and it keep you guessing when this thing was going to show up and what it was going to do next Bring on Jeeper Creeepers 2
(nl) wrote: The very attractive Tom Cruise's teen-esque girlfriend, Katey Holmes - sounds like a porno actors name - reprises her Dawson Creek or Tree on the Hill or whatever role it was, long before my time, in a film that is part Dawson Creek, part Invasion of the Body Snatchers and part Woody Allen. Basically she's a stoner who hangs out with stoners and gets the new kid in town as a boyfriend. Meanwhile, Woody Allen's protege, a psychiatrist, is trying to give the kids a "quote unquote" helping hand. In the end she survives but not all of the other stoners do, but of course her new kid on the block boyfriend does too. The end.
(au) wrote: wha one half star ratings? this movie = no need for drugs cause it's on crack itself. "wtf" will be runnin through your mind til the credits.
(es) wrote: Why have so few people heard of this Australian comedy classic? It has everyone from Davis, Neill, Rush and Stalin. It has a touch of Australian history with the 1951 referendum. Finally it has the rise of a dictatorship. Perfection. Should be noted that it was a boxing day release in '96 not '97... silly facebook.
(jp) wrote: Foster attests to the pay-off of a seasoned actor moving to the director's seat. One way this is seen is in the humble human scale of the story, and another way is in how we forget that we're watching acting, especially from the most challenging source of that achievement, the little boy playing the pint-sized poet, pianist, artist, and math wizard whose ulcers attest to his anxieties about the environmental destruction of the planet and the fact that he has no friends.
(mx) wrote: Simply one of the 25 best comedies of the past 25 years ummmmmm yeaaaaaahhhjj
(br) wrote: this is a good movie, its really different. its a true story too so thats cool to know!
(de) wrote: An underrated Steve Martin classic, it's a bit much of a concept and surely goofy throughout, but it's wildly entertaining. Steve Martin portrays a gumshoe named Rigby Reardon, a noiresque detective on the case of a murdered man with the help of his daughter Juliet (Ward). Intercut in the fantastical story of Martin's character are scenes from classic mystery and noir films. Rigby himself has a very oddball approach to these characters, and there are several stand in body doubles to take on the backside persona of such greats as Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, Burt Lancaster, and Veronica Lake. The writing for Martin's character into these elemental scenes is nothing short of positively goofy, but the tone is correct, the ambiance if you will. The language is the best part because though the noir metaphors are in the same category as everything else, it's all odd and willfully cool. My favorite idea was making the famous Philip Marlowe of the Raymond Chandler books and several films (played by Humphrey Bogart) into his willful stooge and incompetent hired hand; Watson to his Holmes. The first clip throws you off at first but eventually the change in sound, the obvious body doubles, and the funny give and take between the different films; it really is a guilty pleasure kind of experience. Though it's not an obvious winner and surely takes liberties, this film is a lot of fun in seeing the different icons on the screen as well as watching the ludicrous plot unfold one piece at a time.