Ten Tigers of Kwangtung

Ten Tigers of Kwangtung

The movie involves two stories concerning the original Ten Tigers and their future disciples.

Chang Cheh directs this old school Shaw Brother produced kung fu yarn. The film opens with members of the Ten Tigers group getting attacked by a pair of mysterious assailants. The film then flashes back several years previous to focus on Ming partisan Chu (Ku Feng) who is on the run from Manchu forces. Local merchant and kung fu enthusiast Li Chen-chau (Ti Lung) gives the fugitive shelter in his pawnshop and quietly recruits some of his fellow martial master associates to help protect the lad. When Li's professional rival rats him out, Manchu official Liang (Johnny Wang Lung-wei) not only orchestras his army but fools a couple other kung fu masters including Beggar Su (Phillip Kwok Tsui) into helping his cause. After a heated battle, Li manages to convince Su to joining his cause, thus forming the Ten Tigers. The film then snaps back to the original storyline, where the identities of the mystery assailants are revealed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dan M (ru) wrote: All tension. No Hollywood. Three cheers.

Bruno C (ag) wrote: The animation is absolutely beautiful but the plot is pretty simple and weak, the dialogues are weak too and the characters are really simplistic. Overall an ok experience.

john p (de) wrote: I watched the movie Monsoon Wedding, the movie is based on a father, Lalit Verma, who is organizing an enormous, and expensive wedding for his daughter, Aditi, he arranged a marriage with a man she has only known for a few weeks. During this time all the family comes together from all over the globe to be a part of this big wedding. There a lots of traditional ceremonys that take place before the wedding in a four day period full of arrangements, celebrations, parties and family drama. During the wedding planning Aditi ends a current affair, she ends up telling her husband to be which causes a problem between them but the marriage goes as planned. The story is set up in modern middle-class India where modern life styles and old traditions mix. The movie has a lot to do with Hinduism, in Hinduism arranged marriages are very common for young women, even though they are not being forced to marry family plays an important role in the selection of a spouse. One of the first steps in Punjabi traditions is the chunni chandad ceremony, in this ceremony Aditi wears clothes bought by her husband to be and wears traditional jewelry from both sides of the family, next Aditi and her husband exchange rings and feed each other cake and the two families have a party. Another ceremony is the kwardhoti, where women from both sides of the families meet and decorate Aditi with henna, singing and dacing accompany the applying of this henna, the songs are traditional Punjabi wedding songs. In this ceremony no men are allowed to join until after the henna is applied. Next comes the sangeet which is a party where both sides of the family get a chance to meet each other. And finally come the marriage where Aditi wears a bright dress part of tradition given to her by her family and garlands are exchanged.

Greg W (fr) wrote: a quirky buddy comedy hoffman is amazing

Stephanie W (mx) wrote: This was terrible in my opinion. The plot, and acting by Bale + Byrne on the other hand were great. The prop department mustve had around ten pounds in this movie, the direction was AWFUL (eg. when Amlad's lady friend gets stabbed, the camera looks at her from a dull angle then to a smiling Amled, after she gets stabed from the same angle the camera goes back to amled who is crying suddenly - this is NOT bad acting, this is horrible directing and shitty camera angles. Anyway, I cant remember what the score sounds so I cant really comment on that, the atmosphere was alright - nothing beautiful BUT I didnt press stop half way through so maybe it did well. The fight scene corography werent much better, they were extremely fake and again the direction on the camera angles here where generic. I dunno what else to say really - since I love CB's acting in any and every film I enjoyed watching this, and I enjoyed the plot (I also enjoyed Hamlet on which it is based) as well as the general atmosphere and time period, so I cant say is was the worst film ever, it was just bloody badly made. However I liked watching it, for the reasons I mentioned and 'cos 10 minutes into it I started to think "This is SOOO bad that it's actually good"

Donna W (jp) wrote: This is a ridiculous piece of brilliant cult, dark humor. With little budget and a cast of little known actors, this film predicts the scream/scary movie franchises. It is the source of never ending joy for my friends and I, having fallen in love with it in the 80s. Quotable and silly and way ahead of its time. I love this movie more than most. I rank it up there with Evil Dead II.

Kurtiss K (ru) wrote: "Hot Rod" has its moments, but this Andy Samberg vehicle doesn't have enough gas to make it through a montage-heavy 90 minutes of mediocre slapstick.

Khaled M (ru) wrote: As you can tell from the title, it is really inappropriate and not funny too, except "The Amazing Racist" sketches by Ari Shaffir it is so funny that it should has its own spin off.

Jacob W (ca) wrote: First movie that ever made me tear-up. This trilogy is just too good for me to review. It transcends my ranking. There are no words for me to describe how much I love these films.