It's the year 1898 and government reformists are aggressively sought out and publicly executed by the Ching Dynasty officials. Master Wang, a leader of the reformist party, enlists the help of skilled fighters for reinforcements, including Cheong San, a longtime enemy of the treacherous Lord Wing. With the help of Lela Wong, Cheong San's betrothed, Cheong San and Master Wnag battle their nemesis to further their cause. What Cheong San's enemies believe to be his weak point they soon discover to be his source of power. He is most lethal when intoxicated, lending him the name of Drunken San. This is another must-see for classic kung fu combat fans.
Gabriela F (nl) wrote: Great movie but the ending was a disappointment lol
Theo B (br) wrote: Just watched this on the plane it was GREAT! Not sure if they filmed it on an oil rig, but man it sure looked real. Regardless, I know some people in that oil field business, and it was a great, realistic movie.
Ennie W (au) wrote: What a train wreck! Horrible sound! Horrible acting! Horrible directing. This movie was obviously re-released to capitalize on super-hunk, Bradley Cooper. Except for the eye candy he brings to the table pass on this dish.
wyatte p (ru) wrote: this movie is not very good but very funny at times. only reason i'm sending this rec is that if you have showtime next you can watch it saturday at 10 pm
Brian B (jp) wrote: It was a awful film using one of the most respected US law universities to promote Marxism! The only good thing done in the film was helping out a Man down on his luck!
James M (ag) wrote: I didn't care for Memories of Underdevelopment very much. Each character was both unlikeable and justifiable, and the film's stance on everything concerning class conflict, racism, and the revolution was an existential blend of indifference. I just don't think it was very effective in arguing or invoking anything.
John H (jp) wrote: Completely a favorite during the holiday time.
David H (ca) wrote: A grandious Western directed by the Master Raoul Walsh about the Life of General Cluster hillarious played by Errol Flynn with great Battles, Intelligent Dialogues, Beautiful Pictures of the Nature, a Love Story with the charming Olivia de Havilland and Anthony Quinn as Indian Chiefhood Crazy Horse
Colin F (jp) wrote: I absolutely loved the performance from all these amazing and talented women. The comedy is off the charts hilarious, I couldn't have asked for more!
Nicholas L (mx) wrote: Schindler's List is riveting, absolutely shocking, yet it portrays the Holocaust with such a realistic outlook that it makes this movie one of the best historical pictures ever.