Return of the Street Fighter
Second in a series starting with The Street Fighter starring Sonny Chiba. In this sequel, Martial artist Takuma Tsurugi returns to take on a Yakuza family that may be embezzling money from charities to finance their own operations. Both the police and the Yakuza find themselves battling Tsurugi, but Tsurugi's fight ultimately is with the mob, and he concentrates on them.
- Stars:Shin'ichi Chiba, Yôko Ichiji, Masashi Ishibashi, Claude Gagnon, Hiroshi Tanaka, Masafumi Suzuki, Naoki Shima, Michiyo Bandô, Uzura Brown, Marina Elbirth, Seizô Fukumoto, Hal Gold, Keisuke Handa, George Ilican, Masataka Iwao,
- Director:Shigehiro Ozawa,
- Writer:Hajjime Koiwa (screenplay), Kôji Takada (creator)
Takuma "Terry" Tsurugi returns. In this sequel, he sets out to bust up a phony charity put together by the Yukuza. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Return of the Street Fighter torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Mm..... Bus 44 is better.
(es) wrote: Predictable, but entertaining. Safe Haven brings in some great thrilling scenes and some interesting plot points. However, it did feel like it was running for a really long time. If they cut 45 min, the film would be way better. Anyway, Safe Haven is a decent love film that both men and women can enjoy.
(jp) wrote: This movie was hilarious. But not in a good way. For pure entertainment value, based upon how absurdly bad this was, I'll give it 1 1/2 stars. I think that is quite generous.
(jp) wrote: "Let's hear it for the dorks!"
(nl) wrote: Unknown is like Saw mixed with The Usual Suspects. It is entertaining fluff with little substance but an enjoyable premise and good acting. Nothing great but a movie that will have you wondering who is who even if you really aren't that invested.
(es) wrote: this is one movie that is amazing, though very strange, and at times, dark. though it is often overlooked. i think some of that is due to the design of the box. i know i would pass this movie if i saw the front of the box, it makes it look stupid, but in actual fact it's one of my favorite movies, and it's filmed in one of the strangest places i've been to: blackpool, england.
(fr) wrote: The special effects are far from the quality of the previous entry (with some model sets looking like something from a 'Thunderbirds' episode) but the fun factor is turned up high. Battra is a very interesting creation and the way his motivations clash with Mothra's adds rare dimension to the monster action. The tone is much more playful and light than in 'Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah' but this is un-avoidable considering this is a movie involving a giant fluffy moth. The human melodrama is also surprisingly engaging and has a lot of nice comedic moments that never feel overly cheesy. Overall, a great entry in the franchise.
(it) wrote: Well done junkie movie. An early entry for acclaimed director Gus Van Sant.
(au) wrote: I'll admit it's a B-Movie but it is one of the greatest B-Movies ever made. The special effects make up is great and the concept alone is worth it's weight in gold!
(ca) wrote: Effective,perverse & uneven horror gem--creepy Eurohorror!!
(ru) wrote: Bette Davis shines in the dual role of twin sisters in this 1963 film noir/thriller, featuring a great musical score by Andre Previn and beautiful black and white cinematography. Follows the tale of one rough-and-tumble sister swapping her life for that of the rich, well-to-do sibling. Strong supporting cast, too, particularly Karl Malden as the good cop/boyfriend of Edie. A tightly written script with an ending that does not disappoint.
(es) wrote: a good movie all in all.
(gb) wrote: Oddball Friday the 13th series entry and the last before Jason went into space with "Jason X" (because that worked so well for the Leprechaun franchise [eye roll]) has Jason being blow to pieces at the start of the film and him possessing a series of people who carry out his murderous intentions. Kane Hodder does briefly appear in the film as Jason and in another bit part as a security guard, but there is sadly not enough Jason to make this film it all that interesting for fans expecting to see the familiar hockey masked killer. There is a clever opening scene to the film that kind of mocks all of the previous films, with a young woman at a camp at night along getting ready to shower when Jason attacks. She ends up being an undercover FBI agent sent to lure Jason out into an ambush what literally blows him to bits and metaphorically blows up the formula of the previous films. Also on the plus side you do get Erin Gray in the film, a score by original composer Harry Manfredini, the original film's director (Sean S. Cunningham) returning as producer, and a funny final tag at the end of the film that teased (SPOILER ALERT) a Freddy vs. Jason film, which in reality didn't materialize until 10 years later. More interesting, I read that the film features the the skull dagger and Necronomicon from "Evil Dead II," although I missed it, but teases a Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash film, which has yet to materialize outside of comic books. Overall, this one is probably not recommended for anyone outside of fans of the series who need to be completionists and see all of the series entries, even if this "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" like approach is markedly different from all of the previous films.
(es) wrote: It takes a whole lot of effort for a film to feel this effortless. The story is entirely dependent on the two stars' performances, and their abilities to keep us invested even when the plot thins down to such events as sitting at a bar, alone at four in the morning.And that's what's special about "Lost in Translation." It's very small and it's very simple, but there's such care and love put into every scene by the entire cast and crew that everything matters.
(us) wrote: So bizzzzarre and great to see Wig act.