Kung Fu Genius

Kung Fu Genius

A martial arts whiz and his ambitious friend open a kung fu school, but only draw the attention of an angry student from the town’s only other school. A confrontation leads to a fight in a brothel that causes both schools to become targets of the brothel owner’s wrath.

A martial arts whiz and his ambitious friend open a kung fu school, but only draw the attention of an angry student from the town’s only other school. A confrontation leads to a fight in a brothel that causes both schools to become targets of the brothel owner’s wrath. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Skyler B (it) wrote: Really great for someone that likes Rush a lot. Can't imagine it swaying any opinions one way or the other, however. As someone said to me before I saw it, this band simply has little in the way of interesting facts or bumps in the road. Sure, a tragic pair of deaths and a few less-than-stellar albums, but nothing that grabs you and makes you understand the people in the band. Just a doc about the music. But, seeing as how the music is good, its a few hours well spent.

Dane B (fr) wrote: great and moving story. Perfect for christmas time

Allan C (fr) wrote: The first two films in this series were bad movies made by talented filmmakers and featured strong casts. This third film is also a bad movie, but this time features no one of note either in front of or behind the camera, with he exception of Natasha Henstridge who only appears in the opening scene. In this film, the offspring of SIL is on the loose this time and once again the government is after her. At least with the first two films there were some decent production values and interesting HR Geiger monster designs, but all of that is gone here and the filmmakers instead chose to focus on trying to appeal to a young adult audience. There's nothing really interesting to watch here.

Carlos M (nl) wrote: What begins as a clever satire that uses lycanthropy as a witty metaphor for puberty soon gets sadly derailed in a disappointing development in which it seems to go awry and lose its way (mainly its thematic focus) into mere gore and violence (though I do like how it ends).

Alec B (mx) wrote: Just about everything that comes out of Jack Benny or Carol Lombard's mouth will make you laugh . . . not to mention the fact that shamelessly mocking Nazis is always enjoyable.

Tim M (it) wrote: "Fruitvale Station" will go down as the movie that turned Michael B. Jordan into a star. The true story humanizes Jordan's character (Oscar Grant). It's a heartfelt feel on what life is in the inner city for minorities of color. The story-telling is as good as Jordan's performance. It's the debut for writer-director Ryan Coogler and it's Wellsian type first feature. This movie is effective portrait of the negative of Grant and the positive. The movie is intense and will sap you of your energy. Watch it with somebody you love and hug them afterwards.

Ryan O (de) wrote: I love this film, great look at the top days of the Disney Studios