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Shamo

After serving time for the murder of his parents, a fighter with a taste for violence enters the world of kickboxing.

Shamo is a great movie of Izô Hashimoto (screenplay), Kam-Yuen Szeto (screenplay), Izô Hashimoto (story). The released year of this movie is 2007. There are many actors in this movie torrents, such as , Shawn Yue, Annie Liu, Francis Ng, Masato, Dylan Kuo, Siu-Lung Leung, Ryo Ishibashi, Weiying Pei, Terri Kwan, Hiromi Nakajima, Takuji Suzuki, Ka Sing Chau, Syria Leung, Agnes Pang, Apple Chau. The kind of movie are Short, Action. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 5.5 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 105 minutes. FapDe is funny uploader, she is very fast. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Excited', so what is your thought. Do you know what are users? ChimTo is the best. I can't fight my iPhone screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

After serving time for the murder of his parents, a fighter with a taste for violence enters the world of kickboxing

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Caitlin L (de)

Was hoping for more. An ok adaptation


Calyre Z (gb)

"Stupeur et tremblement"


Dave N (gb)

here, there are some very well conducted scenes. i admit that i sold it short at first


Edith N (fr)

That's one thing this movie does get right. I'm not sure women are any more likely to sympathize with one another than men are, even though I think we like to think they are. Let's leave aside the existence of sociopaths, which we shouldn't. All women are sympathetic to all other women's problems, kind of thing, and that simply isn't true. We're considerably more used to the stereotype of the sisterhood of women. I do like that they show a woman who has no compassion for another woman's pregnancy. She goes through a lot over the course of the movie, and I think it's just about enough to send any woman into a miscarriage or premature labour or whatever you want to call it. I will say that what happens to Nadia throughout the picture is almost enough to make me doubt that she really needed to be put on bedrest in the first place. Still, I enjoyed this movie inasmuch as I ever really enjoy action movies, which I must confess isn't a whole heck of a lot. I think people who have watched too many action movies just end up getting themselves hurt in the unlikely event that they end up in this kind of situation at all. Somehow, I suspect that this is seldom actually true. It's implied that everyone--male or female--has that inside them, and when the moment arises, they will know what to do. It isn't a [i]Bourne Identity[/i] kind of thing, where Our Hero has amnesia and had actually once been trained for that sort of thing. The person in the unusual situation still knows exactly what to do. I've seen it in movies made from the US to France to Korea. This is not a Weird Damn French Crap trope; it's an action movie trope that appears to be independent of country of origin. One of the things you're just supposed to take for granted in movies of this nature is that, when called on to do it, everyone is capable of things like leaping from rooftop to rooftop and standing off against armed thugs. I can name a few examples of it, and they aren't all limited to countries where you just assume the cops are corrupt--or cities where you assume it, either. The form it takes here isn't even completely unheard of. Corruption happens everywhere. So far as I know, the French police are not as notorious for corruption as, say, those of Chicago or Los Angeles, but there is no reason to believe that they're all completely innocent. How the corruption plays out is what doesn't entirely work for me, but I'm not surprised by its bare existence. Stories of police corruption are pretty commonplace. The twist of the kidnapped pregnant wife is new, but the idea of an innocent man's being forced to help a criminal in order to protect something he loves is hardly unfamiliar. It's a pretty straightforward thriller, all things considered. I'm not sure I go along with certain aspects of this plot, at least not completely, but it makes a heck of a lot more sense than most of the French movies I've watched. And it turns out that he's right not to have gone to the police, because the man who insists on handling the case is a bit on the corrupt side. Samuel frees Hugo, all right, but he then sticks to him like glue to ensure that Nadia will be freed--alive. And, of course, there's the risk that she will lose the baby. In order to force Samuel to get Hugo out of the hospital and away from the police, they kidnap Nadia and tell Samuel that, if Hugo isn't freed, Nadia will be killed. It turns out that Hugo is a member of a crime family, and since he's in the hospital, he won't be able to escape being arrested. However, while he is at work, he helps save the life of a man, Hugo Sartet (Roschdy Zem), who has been hit by a motorcycle. She has a hard time taking it easy, but her husband, Samuel (Gilles Lellouche), is determined. But the idea that even a young and healthy woman like Nadia Pierret (Elena Anaya) might end up on bed rest at the end of a pregnancy. I've always wondered why Tabby, who's always the first person to read his books, let him get away with that one. There's a Stephen King novella wherein he claims that Lamaze (though it isn't called that in-story) produces completely painless labour, which is ridiculous. It irritates me how seldom media gets pregnancy right, given how many chances there are to get it right. This, as you can imagine, bothered me quite a bit. But she is huge, and the baby has a much better chance of survival if she gives birth early than it would in real life. It could be only seven months, which would put her five and a half months pregnant. I think. We know this because she laments the idea of having to spend six weeks in bed, and the doctor tells her that pregnancy last nine months, not seven and a half. French, but Not as Weird If I've got the beginning of this film right, the woman is supposed to be about six months pregnant


Eliabeth M (au)

I loved this movie! I can relate this movie to my current life after high school!


Jordi T (fr)

. . La diferenci es que Ed Wood sabia lo mal director que era, Uwe Boll sigue creyendo que es buen director. Pero tal y como dije, el encanto que tienen estas peliculas no lo iguala ni siquiera el citado Uwe Boll. TAn terrible o incluso mas que Glen or Glenda, actores con la capacidad interpretativa de una madera, un guion que haria enrojecer de verguenza hasta a Uwe Boll, reciclaje de escenarios, actores que se mueren con un estilo que no se puede aguantar. Siguiendo con mi revival particular de este genio del cine trash, ahora mnos regala su particular vision del cine de gangsters


Kristof S (au)

ut what about Lady Marion, Gwyn's mother, she's of noble blood!!! nice story, wrong ending, a bit boring around the edges. . . Gwyn and Prince Philip can't marry cause Gwyn wouldn't be of noble blood


Leslie R (fr)

. . Same old story of teenage seduction of an older married man


Mark B (au)

n average buddy cop film from director bob clark. . a few laughs here and there . . but its not really enough. . aykroyd is the main selling point of this film


Paul C (it)

Seen at Telluride 9/3/07. Interesting treatment of relations between religions and aspects of Indian political history. Long, delightful musical sequences