Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back
Tang Monk brings three disciples on a journey to the West. On the outside, everything seems harmonious. However, tension is present beneath the surface, and their hearts and minds are not in agreement. After a series of demon-capturing events, the monk and his disciples gain mutual understanding of each others' hardships and unease. Finally, they resolve their inner conflict and work together to become an all-conquering, demon-exorcising team.
After killing Miss Duan in the last story, Monkey King is now tamed by Tang Sanzang and has become one of his disciples. The movie follows Tang Sanzang and his three disciples as they begin their journey west, battling demons along the way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: If you're expecting this to be of high calibre, don't watch it. It's funny, stupid, funny-stupid. Here's a prime example: a woman gets magnetized to a giant magnet... without wearing a full armor suit. Silly shits and giggles.
(us) wrote: I think it's kinda wicked.
(nl) wrote: None of the people in this movie were very likable. What happened to them was mostly unbelievable. I learned nothing from this film.
(es) wrote: It's just as bad as you think, Very poor silly jokes, Poor acting but I did laugh a few times and the mocking of the slow motion scene from the film was great and really funny but apart from that it's another spoof film that nobody asked for.
(ru) wrote: An overrated mess populated with characters that are often stupid and unlikeable. The monster, however, is worth cheering for, and is truly formidable. Cloverfield also deserves credit for trying to overturn conventional monster movie tropes; it's unfortunate that its leads cannot elicit sympathy.
(jp) wrote: Pretty good movie. Elijah Wood's character made me kinda mad though.
(nl) wrote: Gritty, ugly but an overall satisfying thriller
(ca) wrote: One of the most beautiful films i've ever seen. the FX makeup is some of the best. a wonderful children's story, and yet so much more than that. watch it. NO, REALLY...WATCH IT!
(br) wrote: Yes, it's funny, irreverent, even charming at times, but Kung Fu Hustle's novelty is spent in the first half of the film. The remainder is rather torturously drawn out and monotonous.
(de) wrote: Freaks of any kind give me the williesAn isolated desert laboratory is testing ingredients that may lead to a cheap solution to solve world hunger. However, the animals they experiment with grow larger when tested upon. One day an accident takes place burning down half the laboratory; in the process, a tarantula that was being tested on escapes. As the tarantula eats, it grows larger. Can the local town survive a giant tarantula?"The disease of hunger, like most diseases, spreads."Jack Arnold, director of Creature from the Black Lagoon, It Came from Outer Space, The Incredible Shrinking Man, No Name on the Bullet, and With These Hands, delivers Tarantula. The storyline for this picture is pretty straight forward and fairly campy. The special effects weren't half bad and the acting was fairly mediocre. The cast includes John Agar, Leo Carroll, Mara Corday, and Raymond Bailey."There's no insect in the world with that much venom."Tarantula is a move I DVR'd some time ago and decided to give it a shot this Halloween season. I found the film classic campy and predictable. There was not as many kill sequences as I would have liked but I did enjoy watching the giant spider. This isn't as bad as you may anticipate but it is also nothing special."There must be no mistakes this time."Grade: C
(ru) wrote: One of the most aesthetically beautiful, haunting and sorrowful films ever made. Proof that Mizoguchi should be getting all the attention Kurosawa gets.
(de) wrote: The Trouble with Harry is...well it's not overly funny. I liked the film and found it entertaining but for a film that's suppose to be a black comedy it wasn't really it felt more like a interesting and fun semi mystery for me. Regardless this film is an entertaining and good Hitchock film(maybe even one of his best) and I think that people that are fans of him will love the story(The story is of a man named Jerry stubbles upon Harry's body after he goes hunting. Fearing that he acidently shot him he tries to hid the body and that's where his troubles begin. From his body being moved countless times to people thinking they killed him when they actually did the film is great. To be Honest though I only really watched this film because one of my favourite TV shows(Remmington Steele) made mention of this film. That aside would I watch it again? Probably. Will I enjoy it and did I enjoy it this time? Yes. Honestly theires nothing wrong with the film except maybe for the fact that it's some times refereed to as a black humor film when..it really isnt