Kung Fu of 8 Drunkards

Kung Fu of 8 Drunkards

The drunken technique of martial arts has never been so expertly performed as in this kung fu classic. The drunken boxing is performed by a resident of a town being taken over by Tiger Master (Chan Sing). Tiger Master and his bodyguards seem to have the town in its grasp, but they are not prepared for the deceptively relaxed drunken boxing of this young fighter.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1980
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fighting,   martial arts,  

Chang Fung is a young man studying kung fu under the perpetually inebriated Wu Tseng, who seems to have made a few enemies along the way. When a gang of four warriors show up intent on ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Reno V (kr) wrote: "THREE LIVES INTERSECT BY THEIR BELIEVE IN THE AFTERLIFE" - 'Hereafter' is a 2010 supernatural drama film directed by Clint Eastwood (the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Million Dollar Baby) and produced by Steven Spielberg (Jaws, Jurassic Park). When I saw the trailer, I really wanted to see this film. In 'Hereafter' we follow three people who each have to deal with death and the afterlife. It starts off very dramatic and visually spectacular, but it loses me along the way (even gets a bit boring at some point). Too bad, because I really liked the idea, the atmosphere and the three different language-setting (American, English and French). Starring Matt Damon (The Bourne Trilogy, Elysium), Ccile de France (Soeur Sourire, Haute Tension), Bryce Dallas Howard (The Village) and introducing the McLaren-twins. On assignment in Thailand, French TV reporter Marie Lelay (de France) is shopping on a street market, when the tsunami hits the mainland. Trying to help a little girl, Marie is taken by the flood and nearly drowns. She has a near-death-experience and has visions of the little girl she wasn't able to save. Back in France her employer gives her some time off to write a book on Franois Mitterand, but instead she writes about the afterlife. In San Francisco, George Lonegan (Damon) is persuaded much against his will to perform a psychic reading to a client of his brother. George has the gift to communicate with people in the afterlife, but doesn't want to do it. To escape his brother's plans, he reads a lot of Charles Dickens and attends an Italian cooking class where he meets the flirting Melanie (Dallas Howard). Jason and Marcus are twelve-year-old brothers (McLaren) who live with their drug addictive mother in London. To avoid that child protection takes them away from her, the boys work together as a team and protect their mother. One day, mom asks Jason to go to the pharmacy. On his way he is attacked by a group of boys. Running away from them, he is struck down by a truck in the street. Dealing with the loss of his twin brother, Marcus is placed into foster care.

Kyle A (kr) wrote: Another fantastic film from Ramin Bahrani, director of "Man Push Cart" and "Chop Shop". Like his first two films, "Goodbye Solo" keeps a slow pace, letting us in on the everyday lives of his characters, reminding us that cinema can in fact be human. However, "Goodbye Solo" adds an element of formalism his prior works were devoid of. There's more structure, more purpose within the narrative of "Goodbye Solo", building a sort of sacrificial love symbolism between his main characters, a Senegalese taxi driver and an old man who can't seem to find a purpose. The symbolism isn't heavy-handed, thankfully, but instead is a great subtle undertone that adds another layer of character and storytelling, bridging the gap of realism and formalism and doing a good job of it I might add. Bahrani is a director to look out for!

Makiko O (ag) wrote: I remembered German movie "Good bye Lenin".

Jack H (au) wrote: Decent... No, mediocre. I thought, when I was starting it, it would be a movie where, even you know it's terrible, its lots of fun, but it wasn't exactly that. Most of it was pretty boring, and the scenes that had potential to be fun were overshadowed by terrible acting.

Nonya B (us) wrote: Didnt really think it qualified as a comedy, but a good drama for sure. Demi Moore plays a captivating mother willing to do whatever it takes to get her child back, even if it mean taking on a corrupt system.Anyway I did like this movie I don't want to be a spoiler.

Bob E (nl) wrote: Very well done, keeps your interest

Christian M (br) wrote: One of the best to ever do it.

Senor C (us) wrote: Blood Freak almost gives you entertainment value in what can otherwise be called a terrible movie. Everything is pure amatuer hour. I mean everything. The production, the direction, the acting & most of all the script. W/ so much wrong there's so much to laugh @. It's truly one of those 'what the fuck' movies that will either leave you stratching your head in bewilderment or smashing it against a brick wall to escape the lucidness of it all. Rightfully has found a cult audience for those looking for 'so bad-it's good' but I found it could only take you so far. You can laugh @ it but after awhile w/ its religious overtones it becomes too self aware. For those who like trainwreck film you definitely need to check it out once

Kyle D (us) wrote: Another classic film on another famous canine on screen.

JayKumar B (ru) wrote: a lot of Gone With the Wind is visible here and the sole saving grace is the work of Bette Davis who save this melodrama from becoming overly 'melodramatic'

William T (jp) wrote: Lovable coming of age movie with a terrific soundtrack

Jon L (nl) wrote: I think this film tried to be deeper than it turned out to be. It was great for some action. It tried to have a lot of suspense, but it didn't execute it as well as it could have.

Richard S (de) wrote: Too arty and pretentious to get any real enjoyment out of this. Could have been a great film in the hands of another director