Sien lui yau wan III: Do do do

Sien lui yau wan III: Do do do

Basically a retread of the first movie, in which the evil Tree Spirit is back with yet another ghost played by Joey Wong. The Swordsman Yen and Leslie Cheung characters are replaced by a ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   sequel,   martial arts,  

Basically a retread of the first movie, in which the evil Tree Spirit is back with yet another ghost played by Joey Wong. The Swordsman Yen and Leslie Cheung characters are replaced by a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ryan F (us) wrote: Wanna be Woody Allen movie

Bruno V (br) wrote: Crazy action with Vampires , Robots , Blood and Mr. Lundgren who i liked more now he's got more wrinkles then in his early years ! SOMDVD

Jeffrey R (es) wrote: quite interesting how all the 5 star reviews here are posted by individuals that have only rated one movie - this one. The dishonesty of evangelical Christians never ceases to amaze me.

Shakira M (mx) wrote: Pretty good for a story that's been told a lifetime.

James S (gb) wrote: it might be the same storyline as the marine but i'll give it a chance

Ted P (ag) wrote: The story is about the obviously homosexual but even-more smart, charming and eloquent youngster Chance Maquise crossing the ocean to attend an International Highschool. As obligatory for a film set in a highschool scenario, he had to fight bullying, teachers and parents and his own weaknesses. But Chance Maquise way to discovering his own personality is therefore funny and more interesting than in a usual growing-up-movie. Unfortunately no one beside a few freaks can understand or even handle this extroverted guy. But Chance - starting as a lonely wolf ? takes his chance and converts strangers into friends and convinces, at last, everybody that a certain touch of curiosity is a benefit for everybody. Though some aspects make CoC appear more than the usual teenage-entertainment, it is definitely not. That it's situated in the 80's has no further intention than showing fancy clothes and place some acceptable jokes about accent differences. Any attempt to recapitulate the upcoming gay-movement in the 80's or at least a slightly different atmosphere poured into the superficial highschool-scenario could have changed this a lot. That said, for pure entertainment value you won't be disappointed with COC

David B (jp) wrote: Vraiment un bon film! On est rendu cool au Qubec!

Timothy H (ca) wrote: The coach is the inventor of Nike need I say more.

Lacy A (ru) wrote: makes you think when you marry a forigner

Arlyn Dimal P (gb) wrote: i saw this when it was released back in 1988 and to date, this remains to me as the most beautiful story of love - deep and passionate yet tempered by the compulsion to conform. the kind of love which would cast doubt on the wisdom of institutions in their determination of the forbidden. love that triumphed over all adversities, demonstrating what one can endure to keep that love in his/her heart.

Jude P (ag) wrote: Simply for the sound track !

John W (ru) wrote: Herzog's most accessible film and in my opinion his best. Use of Bruno S as amateur actor brilliant in multilayered tale about reality and about America. Must see for anyone who enjoys European arthouse cinema or cinema in general. Brilliant.

Miguel R (kr) wrote: Despite an annoying Jim Carrey, Liar Liar is a touching film with some really funny laughs

Paul K (de) wrote: Bubblegum for the soul. It's a genre piece about 'true lovers' missing each other time after time, until the resolution. It's been brought up-to-date and grittified, with single parenthood, adultery and several failed marriages. It's still silly though, with a plot that doesn't really work and too many all-too-beautiful young things in the centre of the action. Nice and easy on the eye and mind, just right for a dull January night. But not in any way serious.