Juvenile Chen Zhen
Chen Zhen rescues a Manchu princess and helps the princess and a Chinese resistance fighter defend China from Japanese invaders.
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Daniel L (kr) wrote: Por que no esta en Dvd?, recuerdo de infancia. PD: Mejor conocida en los video clubs de barrio ochenteros como "Solo contra el mundo"... ni loco me subiria a una casa rodante, quede traumado.
Paul F (br) wrote: Unlike everyone else, I loved this movie, up until the rushed, quick cut ending... what a pity, a bitter farewell .
Dyron W (ag) wrote: An childhood classic right here. This is fun, eye popping fare that perfectly blends top notch effects with satire. Even if its a little too much like Gremlins, this is still cool toys run amok film.
Tim L (gb) wrote: I really hope this doesn't suck. It looks good, but they keep mentioning that it's by the director of Saw, so I ain't holding my breath...
Mark D (it) wrote: Slow and i lost interest. Harryhausen's animation is as good as ever, but it lacked in keeping me interested. Nothing else to add really.
Chris G (it) wrote: Big Trouble In Little China is a film where our perceived hero Jack Burton (Kurt Russell) isn't really heroic at all. He's actually a buffoon that's pulled into an extraordinary situation with Wang Chi (Dennis Dun) being the true hero of the film. Jack acts like he knows what he's doing, but he's as clueless as anyone thrown into this situation, making a refreshing look from this fantasy/karate hybrid. The film opens with Jack accompanying his friend Wang to the airport to pick up Wang's love of his life. In the hectic arrival of a loaded airplane, she is kidnapped and after running into Gracie (Kim Catrall), who has some kind of involvement in the situation, Jack and Wang travel to Chinatown in an attempt to save his love, but stumble onto an otherworldly fight by Lao Pan (James Hong) to use the green eyed girl to restore his flesh. A mishmash of kung fu and fantasy follows as they attempt to stop Lao Pan's misuse of Wang's lady. Big Trouble is a fun movie to watch. The film has a great flow to it, even though when examining just the plot itself leaves a kind of clunky feel as you run it through your head. John Carpenter smooths over the rough edges by giving us great visuals (even by today's standards) and very nice acting work, particularly from Russell. As I said before, Jack Burton is not the hero of this film. He's more of a loud mouth that is lost in this underworld of Chinatown and it's a wonderful look at how the presumed hero may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer. It really is a great performance from Russell, cementing his trilogy of John Carpenter films. After revisiting this film a thought occurred to me. With all of the movies that are making a return after being defunct for 30+ years Big Trouble in Little China is a film that I see that could succeed by doing something like this. After 30 years I was still left wanting more from this story and these characters. This is one of these films that makes its own kind of definition and really makes a good impression on a viewer. A fine '80's ditty.
Wes S (es) wrote: Famke Janssen gives a solid performance in this dark indie drama about a mother who is trying to get her son back after losing him in a custody battle with her ex-husband. Raking up money by playing poker and hustling at pool, Kailey, Janssen, is secretly corresponding with her son behind her ex's back, and fearing that he may be physically abusive she starts making plans to get him back...even if it means fleeing with him to Mexico. This is a slow-paced and very sad drama that's pretty much saturated with real life scenario's.
Mark B (gb) wrote: This is a porno without the sex. In all seriousness, one of the worst movies ever.