The Big Boss
Chen is a city boy who moves with his cousins to work at an ice factory. He does this with a family promise never to get involved in any fight. However, when members of his family begin disappearing after meeting the management of the factory, the resulting mystery and pressures force him to break that vow and take on the villainy of the Big Boss.
- Stars:Bruce Lee, Maria Yi, James Tien, Marilyn Bautista, Ying-Chieh Han, Tony Liu, Kun Li, Nora Miao, San Chin, Chih Chen, Chia-Cheng Tu, Tso Chen, Billy Chan, Lung Chan, Stephen Chang,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Wei Lo, Chia-Hsiang Wu,
- Writer:Wei Lo (screenplay)
A young man sworn to an oath of non-violence works with his cousins in an ice factory where they mysteriously begin to disappear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Big Boss torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: you should know that I get easily irritated by Asian movies, I even despise most of them, but im giving this 5 stars so you know what to do. Especially works like charm for those who want to reminisce their high school moments (and those girls/boys you had crush on too)
(jp) wrote: I've always liked TMBG and this documentary is certainly better than any predictable 'Behind The Music' episode.
(fr) wrote: Well, who knew that the swing movement was orchestrated by Jersey Jews who borrowed money from the mob? This movie made me mostly wish that Swingtown would come back.
(it) wrote: Oniric fantasy set in 1936 Paris. Costume design, cinematography and music are top-notch. Borrows themes from "Cinema Paradiso" and "Moulin Rouge!" and is indelibly and undeniably influenced by THE French film of the last 20 years, "Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amlie Poulain". FAUBOURG 36, or Paris 36 (as it's known outside of France), is evidently clichd, but beautiful nonetheless. Grard Jugnot, Clovis Cornillac, Kad Merad and Nora Arzeneder are outstanding in the four most prominent roles in the Christophe Barratier (Les Choristes)-directed film. The rushed, and unnecessarily tragic ending is a dark spot on an otherwise bright film.
(es) wrote: Nothing new....the acting wasn't spectacular, but really, when it comes to these kind of lower budget films.. it definitely isn't Underworld in that aspect but still it was a good little weekend special...
(kr) wrote: Fun movie, loads of gaps in surfing sequences but still very watchable
(jp) wrote: Let us put the war aside, and enter into the theater. Every enlisted man will cringe, and every officer will take some advice from this work of high art. HBO might have to close the shop if they want to out pace this poetic officer's club marvel. Suppose you are a mechanic, or even a doctor treating the sick, you will want to see the truth of actions which made these events. But then if you are a member of model UN in jr high. If you aspire to throw the fates of others into deeds upon fancy as a senator or president. IF YOU HAVE A HEART AND ASPIRE TO BE IN THE FABLED 1 % this piece of theater will help shape you into a person capable of command, given you are a person capable of command by greater command. Enjoy. Learn. Mimic. Don't smoke so much.
(us) wrote: "Do The Right Thing" is a refreshingly objective look at ignorance and intolerance on all sides of multi-cultural America, featuring great directorial work from Spike Lee and devoted performances from the likes of Danny Aiello, John Turturro, Giancarlo Esposito, Bill Nunn, and even Lee himself.
(au) wrote: Released in 1973,the classic documentary masterpiece was the Woodstock of Stax.Directed by Mel Stuart(of Willa Wonka and the Chocolate Factory)this was a grand event which the climatic concert of the seventh annual Watts Summer Festival that was held at the Los Angeles Coliseum before an estimated crowd of 70,000 in the summer of 1972. This was also commemorating the 1965 Watts riots that engulf South Central Los Angeles.If you want to experience the Memphis sound that was Stax Records then you're in for a treat. Especially for those who saw this masterpiece concert film when it was in theatres in 1973. You have some of the biggest stars from Stax to perform on one awesome incredible show.You have some of the biggest stars ever former Motown great Kim Weston(who sings the black national anthem "Lift Every Voice and Sing")to some of the great performers ever to come out of Stax Records... You have on one incredible show "The Emotions","The Staple Singers", "The Soul Children", "The Dramatics", "Johnnie Taylor", "Carla Thomas", "The Bar-Kays", "Luther Ingram",and featuring acts from Rufus Thomas(doing the Funky Chicken in front huge crowd of folks),and the incredible Issac Hayes(in gold chains attire singing some of his greatest hits). Also onboard this too was some of the social commentary of the times with everyday people talking about the struggles of the streets not to mention seeing the Rev. Jesse Jackson at his prime,and the classic comedy stylings of the legendary Richard Pryor. A Must See for those who love classic black cinema.
(de) wrote: One of my favorite screenings in my film class.
(us) wrote: Road to Perdition is the immaculately directed, violent gangster piece from Sam Mendes, who adapted the story from the graphic novel series of the same name, and boy does it leave an impression! The film stars Tom Hanks, playing against-type, as a mob enforcer who is forced to go on the run when a tragedy befalls his family after his son witnesses something he wasn't supposed to see. Him and his son then work as a team robbing the crime boss's bank accounts until they can come to an understanding, all the while being pursued by a ruthless assassin played brilliantly by Jude Law. The acting in this film is extraordinary with nearly every main cast member playing out of their comfort zone with Hanks being a skilled killer, Paul Newman playing the conflicted mob boss, Daniel Craig playing the skiddish and jealous heir to the crime family, and of course Jude Law as the psychopathic hitman who revels in taking photos of the dead. This is a truly arresting piece of filmmaking and with Oscar-winning cinematography, the images jump from the pages of the graphic novel to the screen in great detail and many of the shots will stick in my mind permanently! It's a great story, with well-rounded and memorable characters, features flawless direction from Sam Mendes, and the gorgeous cinematography is truly an impressive feat!
(us) wrote: Has quietly snuck its way onto my favourite movie list over the last few years.Stallone once again delivers a great performance backed up by top support from DeNiro and Keitel. Possibly the best gangster film that's not about gangsters. Always worth staying up late to watch on Channel 4.