The Bloody Fists

The Bloody Fists

Yuen Woo Ping, who would in time become one of the world's leading martial arts choreographers, blocked the fight scenes for this Kung Fu action extravaganza. A small Chinese town is being torn apart by a conflict between local farmers and Japanese soldiers of fortune, who have been brought to town to liberate supplies of a rare Chinese herb. A martial arts expert gifted in both Chinese and Japanese fighting disciplines passes through town, and takes it upon himself to settle the feud.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   torture,   whipping,  

A band of evil Japanese martial artists want to possess all the dragon herb in a small Chinese village. It's up to fugitive loner and ace karate fighter Jang Wu-dip to stop these nefarious marauders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Bloody Fists torrent reviews

Tomoki W (jp) wrote: far from perfection yet very original

Sky G (ag) wrote: this movie was a joke...

Bruno V (br) wrote: Good movie ....most liked Forest ( Again ) ! SOMDVD

Ken W (mx) wrote: I don't know I've heard mixed reviews, but until I can find this movie. . .

Daniel v (mx) wrote: Well i enjoyed this movie, (really) good action scenes.Nice movie to watch!

Jessica H (kr) wrote: The director spends too much time trying to film everything, but the story. All this wasted film creates poor pacing and mild confusion.

gary t (it) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch,,its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that al waxman, whoopi goldberg, gerard depardieu, nancy travis, hayley joel osment, andrea martin play good parts throughout this movie..i think that the director of this Comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie its an enjoyable movie 2 watch n its funny as well...its a good movie

Alex W (mx) wrote: Nowhere near as good as the first. For the record, I hate Micah. Dude just wound me up the whole film, he was annoying as f**k.

Vil S (nl) wrote: 5- Star Movie, a milestone in story & filmmaking. Full of pathos and great feeling. I was mersmerized !--Vil Santos

Colin R (nl) wrote: Jewish wiseguy junkie Mickey Rourke clashes with an eyepatch-wearing Tupac in this incomprehensible mess of a film. Also, Buffalo Bill shows up to teach kids how to cut people's throats. Atrocious

Eric B (ru) wrote: With over five hours of material to review, one scarcely knows where to begin. Hopeless!"1900" (Italian title: "Novecento") aims to be a class study of Italy between 1900 and 1945, as depicted through the experiences of two men born on the same day in 1900. Alfredo Berlinghieri (Robert Deniro) inherits a life of comfort and power, while Olmo Dalco (a slimmer Gerard Depardieu) is among the many peasants living and working on the Berlinghieri family farm. Alfredo and Olmo grow up as friends, but always with an underlying, aggressive tension. As years pass, ideological conflicts between fascism, socialism and the old manorial system test the two's relationship more fiercely.The cast is large though not as large as one might expect, considering the story's scope. Other well-known names include Donald Sutherland as a Blackshirt fascist who helps oversee the farm, Burt Lancaster as the Berlinghieri patriarch (an interesting echo of his somewhat similar role in "The Leopard"), Sterling Hayden as Olmo's father and the always stunning Dominique Sanda as Deniro's moodswinging wife. Seemingly, Depardieu and all the English actors are dubbed in Italian, which can be problematic -- particularly in Deniro's case.The charismatic leads and director Bertolucci's painterly sense of sets and cinematography add up to a film which is never dull, but I would advise watching "1900" in chunks. There is a break inserted near the halfway point -- take it, and come back the next day.Because this is the work of Bernardo Bertolucci (director of provocative films such as "Last Tango in Paris," "La Luna" and "The Dreamers"), the story naturally has some twisted sexual elements. Lancaster and Sutherland both commit shocking acts of molestation, and homoeroticism abounds between Deniro and Depardieu (who, incidentally, gives a far more vivid performance). Otherwise, the array of offbeat sights found in "1900" is dizzying to recall. A random sampling? Sanda dementedly feigning blindness. People punching themselves in the head. Someone cutting off his own ear. Depardieu slaughtering a pig. The erection of a boy about 12 years old. A horse's sphincter excreting at close range. Wounded ducks, dying limply in the water. The brutal murder of a child. Suicide. And, strangest of all, an embarrassing nude scene where an epileptic woman gives Deniro and Depardieu simultaneous hand stimulation. Yes! And Deniro fans also can *not* miss the goofy scene where Alfredo experiences his first cocaine rush.Unfortunately, "1900"'s weakest element is its closing section. Sutherland turns almost cartoonishly evil, and a long sequence celebrating the triumph of socialism over fascism may be the most over-the-top demagoguery since Eisenstein's "October." Depardieu even directly lectures into the camera, at one point. It's a shame that Bertolucci ended on a sour note, by indulging himself so completely. Still, "1900" is simply too unique to be missed.

Cinque M (es) wrote: good i guess i dont know what im doing

Garrett C (ca) wrote: One of my new favorite movies of all time. The mystery of the utopia is extremely intense, is it really true? Or have they kidnapped us and are just fattening us up? The character's are very deep, and the concept and story are brilliant. It's hard to explain in words. There's no doubt the film itself is good, why it stuck a personal chord with me is a who knows situation.

Josiah J M (fr) wrote: Love the movie. Most Def is great in it, minus the voice he chooses to do. Enjoyable movie though.

Trevor S (ag) wrote: One of the most visually stunning films ever created; the fact that it was shunned so much at the Oscars is a crime.