League of Gods

League of Gods

During the reign of King Zhou (Tony Leung Ka-fai), an official enters his bedchamber, and is devoured by the monstrous tails of Daji (Fan Bingbing), his concubine. Outside their city, several warriors within a metal wagon discuss their strategies to free the Invisible People and their Chief, when Jiang Ziya (Jet Li) appears to them. He tells them that when King Zhou was younger, he let himself become possessed by the Black Dragon for his quest for power.

The story tells of how King Zhou (Tony Leung Ka Fai) slowly turns into a tyrant due to the influence of Daji (Fan Bingbing), a vixen spirit disguised as one of his concubines. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


League of Gods torrent reviews

Jamie C (br) wrote: A really funny feel good movie for all the family to enjoy, Just as much fun as the first maybe a little more but also like the first the Minions steal the show everytime they're on screen you can't help but smile and laugh but that's not to say they carry the film because all of the film is funny, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, A simple plot that's been done before but who cares it's one of the best animation films around so don't miss it.

Nicki M (us) wrote: Quite dull for a thriller and lacking in storyline. I would be seriously annoyed if I paid money to see this at the cinema instead of watching it on tv. Looks cheaply made like a tv movie, except I have seen more entertaining tv movies. Why Vince Vaugh's character is a psycho is never explained (or it was but I was asleep through boredom in that bit). Pile of wishy washy characters I couldn't care less about.

Rocky R (br) wrote: I love this Movie ;-)

Ken D (gb) wrote: This was a real drop off from the first too movies. This was not fun to watch at all. I laughed only once and that was when Curtis Armstrong, who playes the part of Booger, first appeared. That was laugh out loud funny, but than it went back to going downhill again. A complete waste of time with a very bad story and the lack of charm that the other two movies had.

Sam D (ru) wrote: This isn't as good as the first but still is worth watching

stefn birgir s (es) wrote: there's a widely circulated idea that steven spielberg actually directed poltergeist, and that the texas chainsaw massacre was a fluke. spontaneous combustion is good evidence in support for that idea. exhaustively boring and poorly directed film about a man who is a firestarter (just like in that stephen king movie, what was it called again...). even brad dourif, who usually rules, can't save this dud. there is a redeeming scene though, when brad burns director john landis through a telephone land line...

Sean A (ag) wrote: Chuck's best movie. Overall the story is a bit by the numbers but you forget about this because Chuck is so real as the title character. The best moments are in the beginning during the cattle drive. You really get the feeling that these guys are cowboys. Watch this movie, now!

bernard a (gb) wrote: I usually enjoy watching WWII propaganda films. At times they can be very entertaining despite the film's blatant proselytizing. Speech-making sometimes pass for dialogue, which can be a turn-off for some - but I think these films stand as a testament to the mindset of the filmmakers and moviegoers of the time. These films were meant to boost morale and keep everyone focused on the job at hand, that is...defeating the Axis. The story starts off promisingly enough as a crew of a British bomber is sent on a lone mission deep into enemy territory. Their objective is to bomb and destroy a strategic train depot...and by doing so puts a major crimp in the Nazi supply lines. The bomber is first hampered by bad weather...then a german fighter plane shows up...before finally being severely damaged and forced down by German anti-aircraft guns. The men comprising the bomber crew are multinational (this being a propaganda film)...and director Raoul Walsh (High Sierra) had a fairly interesting cast to work with: Lt. Terry Forbes (Errol Flynn) is the leader of the flight crew and represents Australia. Flight Officer Johnny Hammond (Ronald Reagan) plays the gung-ho bombardier and represents the United States (of course)! Flight Sergeant Lloyd Hollis (Ronald Sinclair) is the radioman and hails from England. Hollis' father, we are constantly reminded, was a flying ace during the Great War. Flight Sergeant Kirk Edwards (Alan Hale), the gunner, is the eldest member of the crew and represents Scotland. Edwards had dyed his hair black and lied about his advanced age in order to gain acceptance into the military. Alan Hale (as per usual) provides most of the comic relief in the film. Lastly, Flight Officer Jed Forrest (Arthur Kennedy) is the pragmatic navigator and represents Canada. But once the bomber is forced down and the crew taken prisoner...I think this is when the film loses me. Enter Major Otto Baumeister (Raymond Massey) who is charged with interrogating the prisoners. Massey, although he plays the Nazi baddie with much relish, is not given much else script-wise, so Major Otto becomes one of your stereotypical, one-dimensional Nazi officer who constantly yells "schnell" and "los" to his inferior Nazis - who are as hopelessly incompetent as one can make them. I suppose that is the point of the film though...to make the Nazis look stupid - but really saps any excitement or suspense from what is supposed to be an action flick. The crew manages to inadvertently discover a hidden Messerschmidt aircraft factory...as they can see planes being trucked right outside of Major Baumeister's office windows during their interrogation!!! The rest of the film follows the crew as they try to escape through 400 miles of German territory with this important information...they escape...are almost captured...escape again...almost captured again...rinse and repeat. The heroes are also able to infiltrate and sabotage a major chemical factory with relative ease...the flick plays almost like the EASY level of video games, if ya ask me!!! Fortunately, not all Germans are portrayed as incompetent Nazis. The heroes receive aid from a young woman, Kathe Brahms (Nancy Coleman) who wants to remind EVERYONE that not all Germans were pro-Hitler. Despite getting herself into deep doo-doo by aiding and abetting the flyers - she refuses the offer to escape with the flyers to England as she says she will be of more help to the Allied cause as a member of the "underground resistance." I suppose there are those that will find this entertaining. Ronald Reagan seems to have the best lines in this - which really isn't saying much though. The film really isn't campy enough to enjoy as such. The action just all too implausible and too comedic to enjoy on that level...which leaves me no choice but to give this a 5/10 at the most. See Billy Wilder's FIVE GRAVES TO CAIRO or Humphrey Bogart in SAHARA to see propaganda films with more interesting characters...

Sam R (ag) wrote: Surprisingly, I was charmed and enthralled by this movie. REALLY wonderful family entertainment :)

Chucky (nl) wrote: June 24th 2012October 26th 2016