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Stopping briefly in a small Texas town, an itinerant race car driver finds that his stock car, on a trailer behind his motor home, has just been quickly and expertly stripped. He chases ...

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Andrejs P (br)

I've only seen a few movies of this genre, but I think this one is the best i've seen. Some of the gun battles are a little unrealistic as well but while this movie is about the violence, its got an above average story to tell. This movie had a good story and a great soundtrack


Danny M (ca)

his is noting speacial and with the talent involved I feel the film could have been better but it is still a good film. Good comedy


Derek W (ag)

A tongue-and-cheek nod to the movie industry and all of the memorable characters it has created


Harry W (nl)

Once Upon a Time in China is a culturally rich film which ties strong martial arts choreography into a tale of a legendary Chinese folk hero and is empowered by Jet Li's role in capturing both sides to this, but with its extensive running time and slow pace making the wide scope of the story less-interesting to keep up with, the story itself proves less structurally sound for a western perspective. Jet Li's fighting spirit in Once Upon a Time in China is far more kata oriented than in American productions due to its focus more on showing off techniques than on using them solely to create violent visual content, and the passion of his ambition manages to carry the real spirit of martial arts very nicely. Though he puts fear in the character, he doesn't integrate it into his technique and keeps a consistent flow throughout his endless spectacle of martial arts. Jet Li manages to fight as if he is a dancer as he does it with swift speed yet smooth grace and never back down to anyone. Of course, the greatest asset he contributes is his incredible martial arts skills. Though the many characters of the film get lost in the crowd, Jet Li's heroic spirit manages to carry himself through the entire film with dedication to the script. Even if the story itself can become a little too big to track at times, Jet Li effectively remains a competent and charismatic lead who grasps the wisdom of his character without faltering on the emotional humanity of the part or the occasional flair for comic spirit. In the role of Chinese folk hero Wong Fei-hung, Jet Li manages to deliver natural charisma in his own native language. Amid it all, Jet Li delivers a solid leading performance. It is a feature that viewers must overlook much of the time to see the greater value in Once Upon a Time in China. It matches the spirit of the cast more, but it still fails to sync up with the mouths of the actors much of the time. Yet somehow even the Chinese-language version is propped with mediocre dubbing. But then again, that's to be expected. Namely, the English-language version has dubbing with voice actors who are a little too juvenile to capture the spirit of the actual actors, and they seem to just chatter over each other a bit much. In terms of acting, it should be noted that Once Upon a Time in China still manages to succumb to some of the flaws of even the most generic kung fu movies. And the musical score sweeps this all up, ensuring that the entire film works to serve as a strong piece of testimony to Tsui Hark's directorial credibility. The cinematography manages to consistently keep the appeal of the scenery empowered in the backdrop, and the use of long-shots, Dutch angles and slow motion manages to add further atmosphere to it all. The action occurs in a versatile collection of settings which give strong and colourful backgrounds to every scene along with the detailed production design and costumes even if there aren't fights occurring in them. The use of wires and stunt doubles is key to this all, but the spectacle of action entertainment is enrichened by the powerhouse physical performances of the bodies on display. The fight scenes prove strongly impressive thanks to the dedicated efforts of the cast and the way they target each other and bounce off of the surroundings. There are various long-running scenes which are empowered by the strength of the choreography and the visual style which captures it all, but it isn't always easy to determine when they're gonna come in. Whenever the action happens in Once Upon a Time in China, it tends to last variable rates of time. Western audiences are bound to find more appreciation for Once Upon a Time in China on the basis of its martial arts choreography than the relevance of its Eastern culture and from that perspective there is inconsistency in the overall value of the cinematic experience. I might have been able to follow it all more if I spoke the language of the film, but between attempting to admire the style of the film and pick up on all the themes in the dialogue-heavy dramatic sequences I managed to get lost. However, there seems to be a very large scale of events going on in the course of the story and between the larger scope of events and the many characters they try to fit into it, the characterization gets lost and keeping track of everything becomes more challenging. I have no idea what the story means to audiences in its native country, but I can appreciate the style in which it is told. Due to its Chinese roots in history it is difficult to ascertain for certain how much of the story in Once Upon a Time in China maintains historical fidelity and how much is dramatized for the sake of forming an action narrative. But throughout the slow-paced and extensive story, it ends up being rather sporadic. However, as a viewer not familiar with the historical relevance of the narrative I lean more favourably towards the action-driven part of the story. Much greater in scale and narrative-driven than a standard martial arts vehicle, Once Upon a Time in China puts a greater emphasis on its genuine narrative than simply on action, even though it succeeds at doing both. As such, I was not fully certain of what to expect from Once Upon a Time in China and so it didn't reach my expectations. It's important to acknowledge that prior to seeing Once Upon a Time in China I was familiar with Jet Li strictly through his English-language action with the exception of the big-budget Wushu epic Fearless (2006). With a full-fledged passion for the martial arts style of Jet Li, Once Upon a Time in China sounded like a good chance to look back at the man in his early cultural glory


horacio s (de)

I just have one announcement before you watch this movie, eat and eat good because otherwise you gonna feel very hungry at the middle of the movie. The respect for sharing this moment together everyday, make the girls share their most important and life changing decisions at the table, even the father shares his feelings. The story travels around the ceremony of eating dinner with your whole family. The story of a widower and his three adults daughters living in the same house. This movie left me smiling, is full of hearth and hope, a great movie to watch with your family. Ignoring completely the original movie "Eat Drink Man Woman", this movie can stand on his on. Elizondo is a great lead, the three daughters are all natural and charming, and even his future wife is cute and simple. This movie is a total treat. Unfortunately, you only use two of your senses in this experience; you see the beautiful colors of the natural or cooked food, the smoked coming out of the steak, the fish, the soup or the tortillas, you also hear the noise when is cooking. The food is display in way that looks so delicious, you could almost smell it, taste it, or even touch it. Perfect beautiful shots of the food and how is prepare makes this movie full of flavor. Hungry, very hungry that's how i feel after watching this movie


Jonathan D (kr)

Confronting, rancid, tantalising, with sex you can almost smell


Julie M (it)

An easy going film, it's funny in places


MarcOlivier M (fr)

. . Quel film incroyable


mike d (mx)

I was kind of let down. This could have been a lot better. Maybe this is the reason. This is the only major movie the director did. I was bored a couple times while watching. The plot lagged in places. The fight scenes were great. The special effects were great. Things go seriously wrong when he gets busted and suspended from the force. In order to save her he teams up with a chopshop doctor and plans to kill a human girl for parts. It is about a cop who falls in love with a cyborg go-go dancer. Natural City is a Korean Blade Runner


Mohammed Q (it)

A good drama from ( France ) nominated for 2 oscars >> best actress and best foreign film