The Legend

The Legend

This Hong Kong martial-arts extravaganza tells of evil emperors and true love. The secret Red Lotus Flower Society is committed to the overthrow of the evil Manchu Emperor and his minions. One of his Governors is sent on a mission to retrieve a list of members of that secret society. Meanwhile, Canton kung fu practitioner Fong Sai-Yuk falls in love with the beautiful daughter of a rich merchant.

Self-assured with the kung fu skills to back it up, Fong Sai-Yuk is one of the best fighters in the area. After meeting the beautiful Ting-ting during a track and field competition, Fong falls in love with her. Her father, in an attempt to gain influence in the region and thus improve his business, offers his daughter in marriage to the winner of a kung-fu contest... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Legend torrent reviews

Jordan P (mx) wrote: Always funny, I'm more into movies but this was a fun watch.

Peter C (au) wrote: Gripes about The Wee Man... pedestrian, flat script; plenty of dramatic action, but no mounting tension, all one pace; wayward accents; John Hannah and Martin Compston are fine actors, but completely miscast - too nice, polite and gentle for the roles; and for a film about Glasgow, it would have been nice to have actually seen more of the city, rather than nondescript backdrops. Think River City sponsored by Carsberg Special.

Daniel D (br) wrote: David and I both fell asleep watching this so, you can make up your own mind.

Raul G (gb) wrote: Don't take this as a sequel, but more of a standalone film that has very creative kills and is highly entertaining. Worth a check.

Christopher B (it) wrote: More like I Can See Poo. And the poo is this movie. Just terrible. We got about 20 minutes of movie and an hour and a half of padding. Plus acoustic guitar music straight from the bowels of hell. Maybe this was originally intended as a short film, but then was stretched well beyond he breaking point to make a feature. And I don't have a problem with slow moving movies, my love for Ti West's stuff and Gerry, etc, etc, but this is just plain boring. Nature footage and jump cuts do not make a movie. And that dreaded acoustic guitar. Seriously, avoid at all costs.

Manuel S (kr) wrote: Sweet and with a clear message against abortion.

Jessica J (us) wrote: Mystifying ha ha...Just OK.

Tommy C (fr) wrote: Single-handedly the most disappointing movie ever made.

Corpse M (fr) wrote: alanjayh 51 nailed it calling it a hodge podge of genres. i'd say its entertaining enough to sit through but not as good as any of the films it borrows from

Corey n (mx) wrote: This is a film that had potential. It is a simple basic story of a ex-marine coming into a small town to visit a buddy and finds out he has gone missing. The town is run by a group of wealthy bigots who hate immigrants. Sort of like a Walking Tall meets Rambo type of film. Overall the film fails on many levels. The first is the action and fight scenes. They are not filmed very well. Very jumpy and do not flow well. Also some of the acting is not done well. Val Kilmer is the only bright spot in this. But even he could not save the film. Also Gary Cole and Jennifer Esposito are okay in their roles. Overall a disappointment.

Daniel P (br) wrote: Bit to predictable. Jennifer Aniston is looking hot ~ woooooo Rock N Roll!

Dao T (fr) wrote: Silly and funny. I just can't believe those straight guys can act like gay real well.

ian h (us) wrote: A hilarious film filled with raunchy humor that is made even more funny coming from older people.

Corey B (mx) wrote: Hobgoblins is one of those awful movies that is practically unwatchable. Thankfully I saw the Mystery Science Theater 3000 version, and that is the only way I can suggest viewing this movie.


Michael H (jp) wrote: Quite a good little movie about a little known backwater of the drug trade. Fine performances all around as Jesse Eisenberg's character loses his way in perfectly understandable steps.

William P (it) wrote: Do not waste your time ... and I like bad movies.

Tim S (jp) wrote: Sam Whiskey is really the beginning of Burt Reynolds' rise to superstardom. He had also been bumming around doing episodes of various TV shows, but never got a real break as a leading man until Sam Whiskey came along. It wasn't enough to push him over the top, but it enough to get him noticed for bigger and more successful projects. Although this movie is billed as a comedy western, the movie never manages to be funny. It attempts to pull off some silly character moments as well as a bit of slapstick, but it all falls pretty flat for the most part. The characters themselves aren't quite fleshed out enough either, leaving the actors with little to do, try as they might. The movie's plot and how it's executed is quite flaccid as well. However, somehow the movie manages to retain some charm, which is mostly due to the presence of its actors, all of whom seem to be more in on the joke than they initially let on at times. Fans of Burt Reynolds' career, especially his early days before his southern-fried persona hit the mainstream, may want to seek it out. Others, however, may not find there's much here to look forward to.

Christine D (mx) wrote: Cute! Not too bad at all for watching this one without a kid present. :-)

Jesse D (au) wrote: Underrated. Fantastic film.