Ninjas, Condors 13

Ninjas, Condors 13


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:English,Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mask,   duel,   violence,  

A noble-minded ninja rejects corruption and works with an undercover cop to defeat the evil student of his old master. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ninjas, Condors 13 torrent reviews

Ciaran S (de) wrote: Curse you Blue Sky for taking away the excitement of the 1st film. You know Collusion Course has to be the WORST sequel I've seen in my entire life, the writing is terrible, the story is a joke, the humour is unpleasant, the animation is boring, the characters are extremely annoying. I think we should take all the Ice Age sequels (except Ice Age: The Meltdown) and destroy them so they will NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY!!!

Matthew B (au) wrote: This whole movie feels like an open letter to young film makers out there of what not to do when making a movie.

Rikard B (ca) wrote: N seg o trist med ngra ponger, Inte ens Rodney carrington kan fixa till det! Kul att se Keith "Dean of Mean" Jardine i mkt liten roll!

Joshua L (ag) wrote: The movie had a funny cast but everyone is just kinda wasted doing nothing new or memorable. Very disappointing.

Chris B (mx) wrote: I remember feeling slightly apprehensive before watching this movie the first time. I really wasn't sure how a period set super-hero film would work. I was quickly set right however. Chris Evans shines in the role and you are rooting for him throughout both before and after his transformation. He has managed to make a character that could be quite straight laced and generic into an interesting and nuanced performance. The biggest shame of this film is the fact that they are not able to do more adventures in this time period with these characters. The only other criticism i would have is that Red Skull doesn't feel as fleshed out as he could and with Hugo Weaving not interested in a return it feels though a great Marvel character is currently in purgatory.

Nadeem M (ca) wrote: Something different - a Danish film in the Japanese anim (C) style! Nice story and because it's mainly animated, the director could get away with showing a small child getting very violent!

Sean M (au) wrote: I'm lucky to have seen these On Demand, otherwise I might never have watched these films.The Story of Qiu Ju doesn't feel like a movie. You can't go into this one expecting a strong romantic plot or stylish visuals or cheap thrills or you'll be disappointed. What it feels like is when you're out and in no particular hurry, observing the people running about their business. The plot itself isn't embellished or laden with twists, turns, or complications. There are no charicatures or good or evil. The essence of The Story of Qiu Ju lies in its realism. Very engaging, very good.Purple Butterfly reminded me a lot of Munich in how it was shot and edited. The plot is less action and more drama, and is certainly doesn't try to look cool. Could've easily received an Oscar nod had it ben released in the States.Gong Li's rating is based on The Story of Qiu Ju, 2046, and Memoirs of a Geisha.Ye Liu's rating is based on Purple Butterfly and The Promise.Toru Nakamura's rating is based on Purple Butterfly and 2009: Lost Memories.

Mattias E (fr) wrote: Top actors Odagiri Joe and Asano Tadanobu in a thoroughly confusing movie packed with symbolism. Obviously meant for a smaller festival crowd this one, in contrast to director Kurosawa's genre-output which often aims for a larger audience. Bright Future doesn't lack beautiful and touching moments, but as it turns out it's just a bit too uncompromising. I'd like to see Kurosawa land somewhere in between two extremes some time. I might be talking about Tokyo Sonata here...

bill s (ca) wrote: Most of this cheese splats over the floor.

Spencer H (de) wrote: Scary as hell, but kinda boring.

Eva F (au) wrote: Norton leaves something missing from the character.

Larry Y (jp) wrote: Unoriginal "back from the dead" movie of interest only to wrestling fans since it stars Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious, and Glacier (remember him?). Skip it.