Kung Fu Master Named Drunk Cat

Kung Fu Master Named Drunk Cat

Given a jar of sweets by a beautiful air-hostess, Chan finds that each one contains a diamond (diamonds belonging to a ruthless smuggling gang). Chan finds out the hard way that when there’s no place to hide and nowhere left to run, a fight to the finish is the only way out!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:martial arts,   kung fu,  

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Christian M (de) wrote: The start of one of the best, if not the best DC Comics animated movie doubles. Son of Batman is glorious and pure excellence.

Brandon S (ru) wrote: The biggest compliment I can give this movie is that, at the end of it all, it doesn't actually matter whether the Babadook is real or not. It's ultimately a metaphor for grief and how one comes to terms with their own monsters.Now that we have my little bit of pretentious movie reviewer stuff out of the way, let's talk about the scares because there's a lot of great ones. It's no secret that the horror genre has been in a pretty bad way lately as far as original material and original scares, and this movie is such a giant leap in the right direction. Jennifer Kent doesn't just throw shocking images and jump scares in front of you. Rather she relies on atmosphere and a constant state of paranoia to keep the viewer engrossed in this hellish nightmare of a movie.Jennifer Kent has given us the thinking man's horror movie, and given it to us in spades. This is a movie that will NOT be enjoyed by the majority of the viewing audience sadly. It's just too original and too ambitious. The modern horror audience doesn't want original properties. Instead, they want franchises and jump scares and found footage. All of which have their place in cinema.Overall, this is a movie that chooses not to scare you simply with images of a scary monster or loud noises or creepy imagery, but rather with the psychological decomposition of a grief-stricken woman (played flawlessly by Essie Davis in an Oscar caliber performance). This is an absolute masterpiece of a film, and one of the first truly terrifying movies we've had in some time!

Paul D (fr) wrote: Beautifully shot story of a acceptance and a family divided by a common business and passion for wine making. It's fairly slow-moving but there's a lot of conviction in the performances.

Redd Z (br) wrote: bad acting....find something more worth watching and with more social relevancePlot:2 bitching gay guys meet in Palm Springs, have a glass or 2 the following evening then end up having sex the following morning.

pete 1 (es) wrote: ok british comedy film, great cast needed more slapstick

Chris S (au) wrote: This film is about family relationships and values, homosexuality and first love, and it is simply one of the most lovable and most heartwarming movies ever. It has great actors, hilarious scenes, a realistic depiction of life in poverty and life in the Philippines, and a satisfying ending. Hehe, everyone goes through that first love phase.

Paula W (us) wrote: gracias a la recomendacion del felipe arturo.

JH K (gb) wrote: Se pueden perdonar los pequeos detalles molestos, puesto la recreacion de la batalla de Stalingrado es demoledora y bestial, y el duelo creible y memorable. Una de las mejores pelculas de la SGM.

April N (au) wrote: Greenfingers, which is inspired by actual events, is a wonderful movie. Prisoners being reborn through gardening may not seem very action-packed or interesting, but this movie will keep you interested and curious as to the outcome, and Clive Owen keeps his cool in a part that begs for overacting. Even though the movie falls back on a time-worn formula, it's a good formula. I enjoyed it.

Chris B (au) wrote: Kirsten Dunst, need i say more?

Denise B (ag) wrote: luke perry played a good role

Baurushan J (gb) wrote: Honey, I Blew Up The Kid is apparently a sequel to Honey, I Shrunk The Kids. The story is about a brilliant scientist played by Rick Moranis who accidentally makes his toddler son into a giant. Though he and his wife played by Marcia Strassman try to control their son, the child escapes and tends to grow larger every time he comes in contact with electricity until he grows to Godzilla size, terrorizing the streets in the city. The story sounds like a good idea but it's generic and not explored enough. At least Honey, I Shrunk The Kids made made the shrunken children interesting characters. This movie is just about a dumb giant baby and I found it kinda boring. Honey, I Blew Up The Kid gets a 4.7/10.

Private U (ru) wrote: Desgarrador relato sobre los crimenes cometidos durante la dictadura. Un buen testinonio para que NUNCA MAS ocurra. No a la impunidad!

E L (it) wrote: Chan's films tend to blur into each other, but the fight scenes can't be beat.

Anthony F (kr) wrote: like all of andy warhol's film works, brilliant in theory but only slightly more interesting than watching paint dry. but john waters loves it.

Alex A (ru) wrote: Boyz n the Hood's depiction of the dog-eat-dog nature of inner city ghettos is pretty much spot on. Not to mention, Ice Cube who was famous primarily for being in NWA, gives an impressively believable performance, showing that he can be a great musician and a fine actor as well. Almost everyone performs good to great here though.One sequence in particular that is truly hard hitting, is the death of Ricky. The composition of this sequence is nothing short of impressive, with how the sound fades out, aside from the children playing in the background, reflecting the audiences realization of the sudden truth: Ricky has met his demise. There's also the performances in this part, they're strong throughout the film, but here in particular it's as if they weren't acting; their conviction of shock, grief and sadness at Ricky's death comes across as nothing short of genuine and natural. Oh yeah, the somber soundtrack adds another layer to this scene. Not to mention the last thing Doughboy did with Ricky before this scene was beat him up. All these combined should develop at least a lump in your throat.It's easy to see why Boyz N the Hood is as influential as it is, and why it spawned a plethora of blaxploitation hood dramas in the 90's onward post its release. John Singleton, like Quentin Tarantino with Reservoir Dogs, did an impressive job and showed much promising cinematic skill with this debut.

Joshua M (us) wrote: This was one of the films I was most looking forward to and I was let down. It isn't a terrible movie, but I expected much more. Clive Owen does a good job and the cinematography is good though.