Kung Fu Arts

Kung Fu Arts

The emperor's right hand man frames the princess's fiancé, King Chi, who goes into hiding for ten years, vowing revenge. Meanwhile, the princess is married to King Chi's monkey.

The emperor's right hand man frames the princess's fiancé, King Chi, who goes into hiding for ten years, vowing revenge. Meanwhile, the princess is married to King Chi's monkey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JEREMIAH M (nl) wrote: Hilarious, suspenseful, great twist.

Mike N (mx) wrote: awesome documentary about underground art.

Chikara T (fr) wrote: This movie only shows a part of Fidel Castro.What he thinks and did in his lifeAt this time, in America, Obama appears and Fidel retired officially.Things are changing nowEconomy is down and Bush totally messed upCapitalism had been taken by companies without moralitySo, it seems a little bit disappointment for me that this movie were not shown in America. To have another ideas, people can compare and comprehend how capitalism and democracy are great and iniquitous as a matter of facts.I was impressed his thoughts that he has forced to provide education, and health care, and said "It's impossible to establish world order based on force. The solutions to the world's problem is not military."

Ernst M (kr) wrote: the movie that I think deflated whatever career MJF had till Spin City revived it.

Justin B (au) wrote: It's a better Seagal outing. As always, he hardly even plays a character but it delivers in bloody violence.

Jim T (us) wrote: One of the great films of our time. Chrissy was hot, but what the heck was she doing wearing a prom dress to the thrashin' party?

Judge L (ca) wrote: Even after all these years I still enjoy this series of movies.

familiar s (ag) wrote: Note to self : Already watched it partly. Don't go for it again.

Jorge M (us) wrote: Esta peli es para partirse la caja... sobre todo el prota, MENUDO FIGURA

Paul Z (fr) wrote: Fritz Lang, the most ingenious directors of film noir, realizes this little work of outstanding genre superiority with a sinister and absorbing panache. Cinematographer Burnett Guffey is unyielding in depicting the spiritual isolation of the characters. Lang punctuates the dramatic action with Guffey's threatening shots of the many railroad tracks interlacing and breaking away. He needs not brandish any certainty of intention for them to act as metaphor for the characters' paths tying themselves in knots. Lang had the old-fashioned cinematic touch that could remain hidden as a more effective means of showcasing a distinctive style. Insightful and intense, Human Desire is a distressing parable on the subject of the shadows of human rationale and the distortion of the heart, and of desperate characters who lead disappointed lives.Hard-drinking Carl Buckley is a freshly fired railroad worker. His alluring wife visits a railroad executive in an attempt to get his job back. When Buckley imagines that she has done more than just talk with the official, which if I were visited by Gloria Grahame would have been a totally righteous suspicion, he initially cruelly thrashes her then hunts down the railroad man and ultimately kills him in a jealous rage. Train conductor and Korean War vet Glenn Ford then gets himself mixed up in it all. And from there, we have yet another of Fritz's all too real dilemmas, and yet another one of those between Ford and Grahame, one that about matches the mastery and vast entertainment of their companion piece together, The Big Heat.In the face of the cruelty and ruthlessness in getting what they want, regardless of how far they unravel each other's darkest colors, in spite of the scorpion-like sidestepping around their flirtatious relationship, the two lead characters remain sympathetic in their own respective ways, though one is in some sense a champion and the other is an adversary. Accordingly, Human Desire is a boldly familiarizing study of the sense of right and wrong, achieving its shadowy effect by aiming for your heart and loins rather than only your cerebrum.

James C (ca) wrote: A great knockabout comedy from the Marx Brothers, a vehicle only intended to star Harpo but would go on to include the three brothers. Some brilliant comic timing even though there are far funnier Marx Brothers' films - Duck Soup still reigns supreme. An enjoyable swansong movie for the infectious trio.

court c (br) wrote: Its Kind of sad and John Wayne just isnt a very good captin. Hes a better cowboy.

Rebecca R (gb) wrote: i know this film word for word very funny to me

vinny s (au) wrote: This movie should have never been made.

Steve C (br) wrote: Interesting to take a trip back into this movie. It is only 20 years old yet compared to today the pollution in the air is nothing much really. It seems Safe back then compared to Climate Change and the predictions on that, this is all quaint. Of course the old time pollution lead to the Climate Change or some such. Anyway, it might be interesting to see a reboot of the idea where the woman is totally helpless being told that the world is about to end.This is like Tati Noir. It has set ups that include the whole room and not that much cutting in as the scene evolves.

Darren C (gb) wrote: Not Bruce willis's best movie ever yet a decent mystery who done it, csi kind of thriller