Once Upon a Time in China II

Once Upon a Time in China II

In the sequel to the Tsui Hark classic, Wong Fei-Hung faces The White Lotus society, a fanatical cult seeking to drive the Europeans out of China through violence, even attacking Chinese who follow Western ways. Wong must also defend Dr. Sun Yat Sen, a revolutionary, from the military.

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Jessica S (au) wrote: Crap - turned it off after 20 minutes or so!

Jen L (es) wrote: I'm glad I finally watched it...Moritz Bleibtreu definitely does better acting in later films.

Tim S (jp) wrote: TerrorVision is sadly one of those movies that just came and went when it was (briefly) released in the theaters, and didn't really have much of a release on home video either. Thanks to sites like Netflix who streamed it (and Shout! Factory who are putting it out on DVD and Blu-ray), the movie is back. Was it worth the wait? Of course it was. This, like many horror movies of the 80's and early 90's, is one that I saw the VHS box art for a lot but never got to see it. This movie is a lot of fun, and it reminded me of kooky horror movies aimed at kids like The Gate, but this isn't really aimed at kids all that much. It just sort of comes off that way at times. The cast is great and the movie is a lot of fun. A mark of quality it is not, but it's far too much fun and quite zany, as well as charming, to be overlooked. If you're a horror fan, don't miss this one.

Sherief Z (jp) wrote: Vampires and martial arts performers in a Hong Kong B-movie production... you can imagine how much fun is waiting.

Christopher L (es) wrote: Hilarious comedy, perfect for quoting. Best viewed several times. I didn't like it at first, but it really grows on you! :)

Greg W (ag) wrote: another post WWII about you guessed it-WWII!

Barney o (ca) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: First off, I suppose it's noting that this trilogy was only so good because Batman and Bruce Wayne are set up so well here, and as a result they require very little further exploration. 'Begins' not only starts that though, it also sets the course for the supreme-intelligence and grounded philosophies that make these future movies so memorable. What makes this one my favourite in the trilogy though? It's one of those Nolan films that also makes you care - when he does that, he makes films that are downright incredible.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Story-wise, it's not the most well-structured movie by any stretch of the imagination. That gritty origin part dragged a bit, then once you're past all that the general plot is slightly cliched.VERDICT: I was engaged from start to finnish - 'Batman begins' starts off the franchise with excitement and an excellent origin. Because of that. it's still my favourite Batman movie of all time.

Daryl S (it) wrote: I can recognize this movie within the first 2 seconds... Love it!!!

Dan A (jp) wrote: This movie lets you see the world through the eyes of a primitive Amazon tribe. It is a wonderful movie experience.