Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit

Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit

Fu is telepathically given the ultimate kung fu power after rescuing a martial arts master from a fatal attack with the promise that he would return the tablet to his daughter, Penny.

Fu is telepathically given the ultimate kung fu power after rescuing a martial arts master from a fatal attack with the promise that he would return the tablet to his daughter, Penny. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Pat B (es) wrote: A zombie movie with a twist. Imaginative.

Jay D (kr) wrote: Good flick for what it is, expect a decent story with enjoyable ending

charles b (nl) wrote: Giamatti is spot-on as a conflicted soul - no pun intended but the film suffers from lack of pace and any real dramatic tension. There's too much telling and not enough showing.

Gerard D (ag) wrote: Who would have thought of a gay Lovecraftian film with (virtually) no monsters? Certainly not Lovecraft! Interesting treatment, using 'Innsmouth' as metaphor.

James W (ag) wrote: Not just a presumably quite accurate depiction of the Rosenstrasse episode - one of the few successful cases of German resistance to Nazism - but a dramatically compelling treatment of how successive generations have dealt with it. Excellent cast.

dfw f (us) wrote: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress (2002) In 1971, in the China of Mao Tse Tung, the two university students Luo (Kun Chen) and Ma (Ye Liu) are sent to a mountain mining village with very ignorant peasants and also a Maoist rehabilitation camp, to be reeducated. Both fall in love for the illiterate granddaughter of the local tailor, called "little seamstress". They become friends, and Luo and Ma steal forbidden books of western literature, and while they read the books and teach the little seamstress, they also tell the story to the community and play classical music in the violin, developing and improving their lives. What a magnificent and beautiful movie is "Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress". In a wonderful landscape with stunning scenery, this revolutionary love story about the importance of books to improve the life of people is very believable and I am not sure whether it is based on a true story. The good things first: The acting was commendable with Kun Chen and Ye Liu delightfully light - hearted despite the circumstances, Xun Zhuo playing a simple yet intelligent girl and Shuangbao Wang in his portrayal of the stern, severe Comrade Brigadier. Still, the film falls flat because of slow, plodding scripting, bad dialogue (which could be the fault of the translation in parts) and an overall failure to evoke emotions. The audience never gets the impression that there is love between the two young intellectuals and the seamstress. This may stem from cultural differences, but for me as a western viewer, their relation seems sterile. I enjoyed this movie but it is somewhat overtly sentimental for my taste. This is a fairly enjoyable not too serious movie. I always enjoy looks at other cultures. Three stars four stars depending on your mood. I wish he had played more music.

Jay N (gb) wrote: The title says it all. Not to take the artistic creativity from the artists, the media and record industry just don't exists without sales...and money, or chasing the 'Golden Calf' is really what the 'Hype' is...from Beethoven to BubbleGum,,,from Goo Goo to GaGa....

Thomas P (ru) wrote: Elegant, at times starkly crass, and still completely authentic to that time, this is the movie that connects me to the stories of my dad growing up in England during WWII.He loves this movie. It took me a while to appreciate it, honestly.I was a bit put-off by the strange rawness and brazen qualities of the time period when I first saw this as an 80s teen when it first came out.But now as an adult w a wider perspective, I can appreciate the details and qualities that make it so authentic, raw and yet truly endearing.Although it's mostly nostalgic and about a family staying together, don't think it's all cushy hugs and tears by any means. This is about a war and it's survivors muddling thru. So, hearing ppl having sex in the rubble of their previous home, and young boys talking about how easy a girl probably is since both her parents are dead now - these are the things that shocked me to tastelessness and left me bewildered, but will understandably have their place in this history, no matter how I pontificate to moralize it.Clearly PG-13, the redeeming qualities of the experience far outweigh the harsh truths to create an accurate, sentimental, honest portrayal of a bygone time.4.5 out of 5 slaps to the forehead(it's a weird English thing - just ask my Dad...lol)

Will S (fr) wrote: first pink panther i ever watched its good!

Scott R (us) wrote: Some crazy stuff in this one, but it certainly was memorable. Get the summary right flixster!

Wes S (it) wrote: British take on Godzilla, which has interesting concepts and characters and some very nice sets and destruction. The story is alright but a few scenes were a miss for me. I was a bit surprised to see it was on MST3K, as I never thought the movie was that bad.

Courtney J (au) wrote: What people are failing to see in this modernized version of the story of "Carrie" is the anti-bullying message. Sure, not everyone has telekinesis (haha) and goes on a murderous rampage, but the message is there. The casting was excellent and the film stayed true to the novel as well as the original film. Moore nailed the role of the disturbed Margaret White, and Moretz gave new life to this classic horror character. It deserves more credit than people are willing to give it.

Dyron W (ag) wrote: It's no Fear of a Black Hat, but CB4 is funny in its own right.

Tim S (mx) wrote: Fantastic thriller, and one of the finest and smartest plots ever committed to film.

Greg R (it) wrote: Hard to say, should i rate 3.5 or 4? It's somewhere in that area.