Legendary Assassin

Legendary Assassin

An assassin who is fresh from his latest kill becomes stranded in an island, when he inadvertently befriends a female police officer. As the night progresses, the unspoken truth honored by the two sides of the law is broken. After the remains of a body that belonged to a drug lord and syndicate crime leader are found, chaos ensues and criminals ravage the once peaceful streets in a race against time to find the mysterious murderer that's loose and out for blood.

Legendary Assassin is a Hong Kong action film directed by Wu Jing in his directorial debut, who also starred in the lead role. The film also marks the screen debut of singer, songwriter and model Celina Jade. Wu stars as a mysterious martial artist, who become a female cop's prime suspect in a murder investigation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Legendary Assassin torrent reviews

(ca) wrote: It's a really good action movie with a little bit of romance (; a little predictable but other than that it's a great movie!

Andy C (mx) wrote: Immensely enjoyable - not wishing to spoil anything, you'll find yourself routing for the main characters all the way through.

Tatiana P (ag) wrote: i loved this so much i am going to buy it !!!could not take my eyes of the tv :)

Markus K (us) wrote: Well done little indie-scifi flick, gets little boring at some times, but overall not bad. Robots in it are cool!

Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Joel K (nl) wrote: Burt Reynolds does turning state's evidence his own way and gets by with it. Bogan County Arkansas. As you might guess, there are some good dirt road chase scenes and the like in this film. The plot could have definitely used some tightening up, but overall style and setting along with Burt and a nice supporting cast, Ned Beatty, Bo Hopkins, R.G. Armstrong, make this movie pretty good to me.

Christopher C (fr) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's 1968 effort SKAMMEN (Shame) is the auteur's only war film. Nevertheless, like all of his films from the Sixties, his main concern is human relationships. Jan (Max von Sydow) and Eva (Liv Ullmann) are two violinists living on a island off the coast. The country in which they live is fractured by civil war, and soon the islanders face an invasion by the other side. Jan is a unable to handle the threat of destruction, and is given over to crying. Eva hates this sensitivity and constantly rebukes him. Once the bombing starts, the divisions between them become even more polarized, especially once the local military commander Jacobi (Gunnar Bjornstrand) demands the attentions of Eva.I love Bergman's work, but I find SKAMMEN rather disappointing compared to most of Bergman's output from the 1960s, in the main all masterpieces. His treatment of war lacks fluency, with the feeling that he is just using stock gestures of battle and confusion just to further the disintegration of the relationship. Another reviewer criticized Bergman's focus on the interpersonal when war is by its very nature something that touches all of society, and I agree. Personally, I think the scene in Bergman's earlier film TYSNADEN where the tanks roll by as the passengers are sitting in the train communicates the horror of war between than anything in SKAMMEN. And the role reversal at the end of the film, where Eva is the sensitive one and Jan has become cruel and confident under the constant violence, seems too pat.Nonetheless, even poor Bergman is better than most other films, and there's a few praiseworthy things here. Sven Nykvist's cinematography is, as always, excellent. Bergman's fellow filmmaker and protege Vilgot Sjoman plays the director of a propaganda film, which I take as a wry jab at the director's art. The acting is fine, even if the script they are working with isn't the best. Gunnar Bjornstrand is especially memorable, since he finally gets to play a villain, and he plays him well enough that the audience despises the character.

Jonathan F (fr) wrote: Boris Karloff!!! Targets is one of those 'holy crap, this could actually happen' horror films.

Kevin J (nl) wrote: Rosemary's Baby is always a capable psychological thriller, but truly becomes horrifying at the end when the baby is finally due. Throughout, you almost wonder how much is really true, but by the end, oh my is it scary. Mia Farrow is phenomenal as the titular character. John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, and Sidney Blackmer, are all also very, very good in their roles. Roman Polanski, despite all of his personal shortfalls, is truly a wondrous director. Though I prefer Chinatown, this one is still phenomenal in every category relevant. Truly a master class example of the psychological thriller genre, Rosemary's Baby is deserving of its crown as a classic.