Long hu shao ye

Long hu shao ye

A rich young man seeks to make a name for himself by being the one to discover a lost treasure. He teams up with a streetwise kung-fu artist and together, they set out to not only find the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:1981
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   farce,   slapstick,  

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Long hu shao ye torrent reviews

Tim M (br) wrote: So there's a third kind of Transformer, and they are dragons. Robots "fight, battle, fire lasers, cause explosions, and knock each other down."

Thomas C (es) wrote: A fun, if unnecessary coda to a great series. Very different in style and structure, with a few moments of comedy. Definitely the weakest in the series.

Kriss T (mx) wrote: Not a terrible film and a half decent way to spend a couple of hours. Thank god Paul Rudd's in it though or it would really dive and Nicholson what are you doing?!

Rob C (nl) wrote: After a brawl involving three soldiers and an officer, they inevitably shoot a train hauling hazardous fumes into the air in a Serbian town. Soon after, the town's populace become the walking dead and it's up to a couple of agents and their prisoner to sort the mess out. The beginning of the film was a promising one, but it faltered coming towards the end and ended up being a complete mess at the finally. The camera work was a bit dodgy, opting on giving the audience a bit of a task to keep focused, but the directors nailed the creepy atmosphere down pat when the dead decided to give a sneak attack. The make-up effects were impressive considering the budget that was involved, but that's where the film stops at being redeeming, turning awfully clumsy with the voices and dialogue being spewed. Some of the characters voices were filled in by other actors and it turned worse than an old kung fu film. At least you knew what to expect from those kinds of films, here they mixed English-speaking actors with the dubbed one's. Wouldn't it have been smarter to include all English-speaking considering the film was done in well, English? We then have another character spouting off quotes from the bible after dispatching a zombie, in a dubbed voice no less, all the while possessing commando-like fighting skills. It would have been nice to do without that part of the script and kept it between the agents and their group. But delving into the final part of Zone of the Dead, you get the sense that the stand-ins and actors were getting tired after running around the set all day because the final battle was done in poor taste. Or maybe it's because the scene was just shot in the daylight, which revealed the amateurish set-up all the more. Whichever the case, this film could have been something more, given the right direction.

sara s (fr) wrote: this is a well good film every 1 should watch it n its funny as well

MARCUS1138 (us) wrote: "After all, all englishmen are gentlemen"

Aldo G (fr) wrote: Watching Johnny Depp as the lead character, an FBI agent who goes undercover to infiltrate the mob, I have to wonder why he isn't considered one of our greatest film actors of all time. Especially playing opposite Al Pacino in one of his greatest film roles.Then I remember the acting flubs the adventuresome Depp has had in recent years (Black Mass is an exception).This is meticulously well told story. Unlike many other mob movies, this film deglamorizes wise guy life.

Dylan C (it) wrote: If you cared about the first one, this movie is great. It goes everywhere you thought it would. JACK DETH'S WIFE!


Greg W (ru) wrote: love this high drama that only douglas sirk can do.

Billy S (us) wrote: It is quite a good film half way through and then a few things happen that are not believable or do not add up e.g. any angry cop waving a gun in my face, I am not going to ignore them to put my hands up and keep looking for keys. A few other things happen with names and places not flowing and then you are watching the film just on faith.

Qi Z (gb) wrote: This is a a deep rumination and acute observations of what ills us in life. The setup is an urban school in its daily business of managing order in classrooms. The viewpoints are multiple and largely unharmonized, yet they all offer a vision of pain and suffering. The particulars differ, yet the sense of individual isolation in a chaotic and uncaring universe is unified through the elegiac tone of the movie. The sense of existential despair is responded by the stoic Mr. Barthes who endures and carries on his duty to be a good teacher and a decent human being. Yet his Kantian Imperatives is honed by deep schism in psyche and memory. He reminds me of Detective Cole in True Detective Season 1. Somber and suffering souls bear witness of life honorably, dutifully, yet without false hope. The one critical scene we see Barthes read among the detritus and chaos around him. The order of the universe lies in his life of mind instead of the sensory life itself. Embodied in moral imperatives, Mr. Barthes is the essential stoic's "ataraxia", a serene calmness against all the odds yet not detached from the love of life itself. What marks this movie from any other happier-ending ones is the absolute confidence in the present: The danger lies in the joyful tears of Erica rushing toward him. One fears more pain than joy in the universe however the beautiful sunset in the shaded grove looked at that moment of embrace.