Red Cliff

Red Cliff

In the early third century, the land of Wu is invaded by the warlord Cao Cao and his million soldiers. The ruler of Wu, Sun Quan, calls on the rival warlord Liu Bei for help, but their two armies are still badly outnumbered. However, the Wu strategist Zhou Yu sees that Cao Cao's army is unused to battling on the sea, which may just give them a chance if they can exploit this weakness properly.

The movie is the first chapter of a two-part story centered on a battle fought in China's Three Kingdoms period (220-280 A.D.) when the emperor of the Han Dynasty allows General Cao Cao to declare war against the rebellious southern provinces, with the intention of unifying the entire country. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Red Cliff torrent reviews

Beau B (it) wrote: Caught this at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival. Funny, gory, can't wait for it to get released October 9th!

JoAnne S (it) wrote: Interesting film. It's a bit slow, but worth seeing if you like crime dramas.

Mihangel O (jp) wrote: Really has no point, but it has good music.

Jenna L (nl) wrote: Slow and disappointedly predictable...but it does have its moments.

tom h (ca) wrote: just think mike weber

Justin B (ag) wrote: Completely nonsensical rip off of Zombi 2 while borrowing heavily from Cannibal Holocaust. The plot is just bizarre and progresses slowly. The production values are predictably awful but there are still a few classic moments of ineptitude. Ian McCulloch obliterating a zombie's face with an outboard motor is still one of my favorite horror movie kills of all time.

Rasheed T (ru) wrote: Denzel is always playing great roles whether he's the good guy or bad guy! Remember the Titans is indeed something to remember!

Henry F (ru) wrote: Really liked it, just wasn't keen on the ending.

Whit w (gb) wrote: This is an occasionally satisfying attempt at Quatermass-style science fiction from Hammer Films. The goopy mass that terrorizes throughout the film seems like an inspiration for "The Blob" which will follow a couple of years later. The creeping gob from the center of the Earth doesn't show up until later in the movie but near the end it slithers around quite a bit which makes the whole endeavor more fun overall. This has to score some points for originality and for the subdued performance of Dean Jagger as Dr. Royston. There's an overabundance of silly science and clicking Gieger counters and the disposal of the monster is a yawner but there's some slightly suspenseful moments that make the whole thing worth a watch.