Red Cliff II

Red Cliff II

In this sequel to Red Cliff, Chancellor Cao Cao convinces Emperor Xian of the Han to initiate a battle against the two Kingdoms of Shu and Wu, who have become allied forces, against all ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,   second part,  

In this sequel to Red Cliff, first minister Cao Cao convinces Emperor Han to initiate a battle against the two Kingdoms of Xu and Wu, who have become allied forces, against all expectations... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tommy B (mx) wrote: this movie is very scary and creppy and I like this movie

Dean S (fr) wrote: Anvil were the band in the early 80's that toured with Bon Jovi, Whitesnake etc and while those bands went onto become very famous and make a lot of money for some reason Anvil didn't. The movie shows us two geezers who live ordinary lives and still play live shows around Canada to only a handful of people. It's a huge fall from grace from what you see at the start of the film. Everything that these two men do is a struggle, but they keep going and they do it for the love of music and playing together. There are a lot of high's and lows and it is a movie which shows us that being in a band ain't as glamorous as some people think.

Rhode Rian G (nl) wrote: Very good fantasy film!! Nice touch of humor, and great chemistry between the two lead characters. In fact, I love how Dororo is changed into a female character which makes it all the more interesting.

Radhika N (ru) wrote: This movie had potential in terms of its main message about the nasty state of widowhood in India. But there were too many filler songs and a crappy first half with a bloated Salman. Who considers him to be convincing as a young man anymore?? Too much melodrama with the message in the movie condensed into the 10 minute climax. I suppose Bollywood is trying to change by making movies with a more relevant message but boyoboy, do they find it hard to let go of old formulas.

Carolinha C (mx) wrote: bonzinho.. eh que adoro o Christian Bale... entao o filme vale ne....

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Sydney Pollack (The Electric Horseman (1979), Out of Africa (1985) and The Firm (1993)), and written by Larry Gelbart (The Wrong Box (1966) and Blame it on Rio (1984)) and Murray Schisgal (Luv (1967)), this is an original and very funny comedy-drama about the length's some people will go to in order to get employment. Some bits are dated, but it's central premise still stands strong. Respected actor Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) is difficult to work with, and when his agent George Fields (Pollack) tells him no-one will employ him anymore, Michael gets desperate. He needs the money, and he wants to fund a play written by his roommate Jeff Slater (Bill Murray). So, he goes for an audition for daytime soap opera Southwest General in drag as "Dorothy Michaels", he wins the part. He has to keep the charade up, and his double life really tests his relationship with girlfriend Sandy Lester (Teri Garr), then as Dorothy, he becomes close with his co-star Julie Nichols (Jessica Lange), who takes a real shine to Dorothy. It was allegedly a nightmare to make, but a great little film came out of it, and cross-dressing films have come and gone since, but Hoffman is very convincing and he's got a great supporting cast playing second fiddle to him. It became the second highest grossing film of 1982 just behind E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

Private U (kr) wrote: The message about the unconscionable way women were/are treated in Japan wasn't handled as well as it could have been, and by that I mean I don't think the characters needed to say it themselves--it was clear enough already. On the other hand, maybe the audience the movie was made for was actually that ignorant. The story is familiar and simple, but easily holds your attention.

Angie F (gb) wrote: This is a great movie with a ton of great actors. The Irving Berlin song about the bugler is my favorite.