The Four

The Four

An undercover agent is assigned by his corrupt chief to infiltrate a rival department and sabotage their investigation of counterfeit currency. What he discovers is the counterfeiter's real plan. To overthrow the capital. Not by flooding it with funny money, but with an army of undead.

The movie sees the return of Heartless, Iron Fist, Hunter and Cold Blood, four detectives who dedicate their unique and special skills to the service of Master Zhuge in solving crimes and apprehending powerful criminals.In this part, Emotionless will face to her serious competitors-Nhu Yen and Co Dao Hoa. She just bear the pain and also can not forget the fued to find out who murdered her family.With courage, she gradually exposes the truth, finds out perpetrator hiding under the gentle guise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Four torrent reviews

Mark F (gb) wrote: off to see this this afternoon with mum

Richie S (jp) wrote: Even MST3K would be speechless watching this piece of crapola. I've seen better acting on a Disney Channel Show. You know those local car commercials you see on the six o clock news,imagine that they had enough money to make a movie. Yeah its that bad.

Isaiah J (es) wrote: Fantastic film was very faithful to the graphic novel wasn't dull and was definitely a movie that shouldn't be over shadowed

Ted W (ru) wrote: Stich finally has his own movie!!!! Awesome!!! Loved it!! Speechless!!!!!!

Sonya D (es) wrote: Good story. Adrien was so funny and is such a great character actor. He makes any movie he's in better.

Rawballs B (it) wrote: Babies talking, babies doing action moves and stuffs. An entertaining film if you want to be entertained...

Jeffrey M (de) wrote: A good suspence-thriller movie with Christopher Lambert and Diane Lane. A great movie about a chess player dealing with a murderer and helping the police figure out the murderer's pattern.

James M (gb) wrote: Early 80's low budget horror schlock about a man who carries his deformed Siamese twin around in a basket, plotting revenge against the doctors who separated them against their will.It's all very ridiculous, but since it's impossible to take this film seriously, it's all quite fun, despite having some quite atrocious special effects. Nevertheless, it's a good example of splatter movies of the 1980's.Whether it warranted two sequels is another matter...

Boris M (it) wrote: Time travel unlike ever before. When he finds his dad's old ham radio, Johnie turns it on for memory's sake. Polar lights serve as a medium to connect Johnie with his dad 30 years into the past. Unbeknownst to them at first, but they change the course of time for their city and their family.

Peter H (fr) wrote: Intersesting insight to the UK SAS. Action sequenses were a bit weakusing banks that sounded and looked like blanks but the acting 8 out of 10

Barbara C (kr) wrote: The self-depricating British humor is always funny to me. There's enough of that in this film to satisfy any good anglophile. It also works as a romantic comedy and this is a genre I typically ignore. Add in that I've been a frequent visitor to Notting Hill and it's easy to see why I'm biased. Remember when Roberts and Grant could create good chemistry with anyone?

Ben N (ag) wrote: This film deals with the post-apocalyptic world in an engaging, if nowhere near original manner. The main character is enigmatic but all things are explained in time and unnecessary guess-work is left to a minimum. The acting is convincing and while the story is generic and inane in many ways, the revelation at the end at least makes it interesting, if not good.