Stroke of Death
A small-time crook goes in search of the other half of a wooden keepsake which will lead him to the legendary kung fu technique of the Gibbon Clan Fist.
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Johann M (us) wrote: Cate Blanchett's outstanding performance is perfect as a wealthy woman whose wonderful life is tested after being aware that her millionaire husband had cheated on her on countless ocassions and had illegal businesses all over. A perfect transition from having it all to having nothing and a dramatic descent into madness. Absolutely worthy of her Academy Award for Best Actress!! As well as Sally Hawkins's nomination :)
Jose Luis M (br) wrote: Un desperdicio de locaciones, pudo ser diferente.
Ran A (us) wrote: Bahman Ghobadi provides us with a glimpse at Teheran's Independent music scene. A simple semi doco plot with the actual musicians who keep their freedom alive under the harsh laws of Iran's religious government. Like the Cats and dogs of Iran that are not allowed on the street, the secular musicians of Tehran practice their art in basements, Dairy Farms and rooftops. although it's a big relief to see there are normal people living in Iran, the movie left me with a pessimistic feeling. the Heroines of the film as the director are living outside of Iran and change seems further away than ever
Kristina Y (mx) wrote: a good movie but could use better grafics on the dog. But the tail looked like a snake.
Rashad A (ag) wrote: of ya love soft porn b movies its great.
bill s (ag) wrote: Sometimes there is zero chemistry in these romantic comedies but here it's off the charts in this sweet and touching movie.
Carlos B (gb) wrote: Robin Williams tries too hard for an Oscar on this one. The movie has it's moments but it falls down in the first 45 minutes...don't do it..dont!!!
Henrysmovieguide C (br) wrote: Very sweet and original. A good story and good acting. Not too bad for kids even though it's PG-13. It's a good movie and touching.
Adam S (ru) wrote: want to see this movie so bad... i cant find it anywhere!!
Grant S (mx) wrote: Bitter-sweet and quirkily funny.It is 20 years after Robin Hood's heroics against Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham. Since then Robin (played by Sean Connery) has spent all his time outside of England, fighting as Richard the Lionheart's right-hand man in the Crusades and in France. His only connection to his past life in Sherwood Forest is his faithful companion, Little John (Nicol Williamson). However, Richard the Lionheart is now dead and a war-weary, middle-aged Robin decides to return to England. His first priority: rekindle his relationship with Maid Marian (Audrey Hepburn). However, if he figured on a peaceful life he didn't bargain on the machinations of the Sheriff of Nottingham and King John.Sweet, poignant yet action-filled movie. Quite an original angle to the Robin Hood story. Almost every Robin Hood movie ends with Richard the Lionheart returning to England and Robin the hero, set to live happily ever after with Maid Marian. Setting this in Robin's middle-age makes for an interesting storyline.Good action sequences and some quirky, understated humour too. Some of the comedic moments are very out-of-the-blue.Moreover, a quite emotional movie - the final few scenes especially so.Not all good. Can be a bit clumsy at times. This is sometimes the result of trying to be a comedy and a drama at the same time.Solid performances by Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn in the lead roles. Good work from a star-studded supporting cast which includes Richard Shaw, Richard Harris, Ronnie Barker, Denholm Elliott and Ian Holm.
Greg W (br) wrote: another brat pack comedy western
Kevin M W (ca) wrote: Some dirt and double dealings at one of Nature's most celebrated outdoor showers. Done in that hyper-pristine Hollywood Technicolor that was the style, Joe Cotton and Marilyn Monroe ruminate on the dark interpersonal of interpersonal relationships. What's notable is watching Marilyn: it is obvious that she is stretching herself, akin to watching your own child take their first steps.
Timothy J (ca) wrote: Standard fare Western of the day.
Amanda N (fr) wrote: I found its suggestions on paternal influence pretty offensive, but I couldn't help but love the film.
David D (jp) wrote: Granted, I'm not a comedy fan, but I didn't even chuckle in my head once