Lightning Fists of Shaolin

Lightning Fists of Shaolin

A Kung Fu master finds out that an opium den is destroying the lives of the town he lives in, and vows to put an end to the den, but first he must try to defeat the strongest enemy he has ever faced: his addiction to the drug itself.

A Kung Fu master finds out that an opium den is destroying the lives of the town he lives in, and vows to put an end to the den, but first he must try to defeat the strongest enemy he has ever faced: his addiction to the drug itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Lightning Fists of Shaolin torrent reviews

Paul G (jp) wrote: This is what deleted scenes selection on a DVD is for. BSG: The Plan is a jumbled, pointless, unoriginal and uninteresting rehash of old BSG footage interspersed with bits of new material that seriously is the stuff of cutting room floors... Unwatchable: I turned it off. And to think they cancelled Caprica... yet made this trash... :(

Neeny T (au) wrote: Caught it at the roxy monday night...so good, so good.

Bancho (ru) wrote: A mix of impeccable comedic timing and uncharacteristic over-acting by the all-star cast, The Fortune is best enjoyed by hard-core fans of Beatty or Nicholson.

John C (nl) wrote: An energetically fun Irish collaborative story, Intermission holds steady without wasting much time.

Jake W (gb) wrote: Wahlberg does an exceptional job in this touching true story of the little guy trying to play the sport he loves. An ode to all the Rudys out there.

Joseph H (nl) wrote: Once again,Natalie makes the movie better.lol..but it was decent.

Stacey L (kr) wrote: Easily one of my favorite movies of all time. While not a "great" movie by any means, it's highly entertaining. The fallen angel status of the main character is very charming.

Senor C (kr) wrote: Tolerable dirt bike movie where rich kid is hassled by the bother of friend that ended up in the hospital & his motorcycle buddies. You know the formula. Rich kid out rides everybody & can't earn the respect of his rivals under he squares off & actually kicks their ass. I always found that a little strange in some teenage male circles that unless you took a good ass beating & finally stood up for yourself you couldn't earn their respect. Maybe it's a prison house mentality. Anyways everybody is good friends in the end which sorta left a bad taste in my mouth. I never had any respect for anyone who kicked my ass. Still don't but strangely there are some people who I stood up to who found respect for me. I never fucking got that. Anyways has it moments of bad w/ the fair including an awful theme song titled 'Crossing the Line'..who would have thunk? @ least John Saxon is in it which is its saving grace

Alejandra C (es) wrote: Great action, dark at most times but with some humor. A lot of questions were left unanswered, but I guess that makes sense after learning it is the last movie of a series. The "musical" sequences are pretty interesting.

Ken S (us) wrote: I personally prefer my dramas to have a hint of humor about them, which is something Allen is certainly capable of. But for a while there Woody Allen made some dramatic films that are very cold, based in part on his love of Bergman, who he often paid homage to and mimicked during the 80s. Despite that this film is rather cold and distant I liked it. Essentially it is about a woman who is discovering during her mid-life crisis that she has long been cold and distant, so I suppose the film feeling that way is quite intentional. I liked this, but I doubt I'd ever be in the mood to watch it again like some of Allen's other work.

Donnie B (nl) wrote: I believ I saw this Title is familiar I think it was just ok, certainly No creepshow

DC F (jp) wrote: Definitely after the greatness of L&H with Hal Roach Studios, but this is one of the rare exceptions from their later films probably due to still being fresh from Hal Roach.

Jo Y (us) wrote: This is the year I was born..got to be good.