The Quest

The Quest

Ghang-gheng, the ancient winner-take-all competition in which the deadliest fighters from around the world employ the most spectacular feats of martial arts skills ever displayed in order to win the prized Golden Dragon. But fighting prowess alone will not be enough for Chris to triumph over such daunting foes.

In the slums of New York City during the 1920s, petty thief Chris Dubois finds himself on the run from the police, the then hides on an outbound freight ship leaving for Asia. Kidnapped by gun smugglers and then sold to pirate captain Lord Dobbs, Chris eventually ends up the property of Khao, a master Asian kickboxer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Quest torrent reviews

Will M (ca) wrote: An interesting idea for a documentary, and it has some great sequences, but other parts of the movie feel dull and uninteresting in comparison to some others.

Lee P (de) wrote: Quite disturbing and experimental film making.

Ray J (jp) wrote: I didn't think this one was that bad and I thought the F-X although average were still pretty effective. The acting was so-so.

MyFriendAli (gb) wrote: Amazing Scenery, but bad storyline, & quite boring!

Amber L (mx) wrote: This is one of the most amazing movies I've ever seen. A heartwarming story.

Demian S (ru) wrote: Film authentique Dardenne, d'un style r?aliste. Rvllateur dj en 1997 des conditions actuelles de l'immgration en Belgique.

Adam R (ru) wrote: An interesting science fiction film that was worth seeing once. Fairly odd and outdated now though. (First and only viewing - 7/5/2008)

Aj V (gb) wrote: This is a typical slasher/thriller kind of movie with a serial killer and someone, in this case a reporter, who is trying to catch them and/or prove that they're the killer. None of the actors really give stand out performances, and there aren't many special effects in the movie either. It's more of a thriller than a horror movie. Overall, it's okay, not good but not bad.

Carlos M (nl) wrote: Astonishing. Human Desire talks about me, you, my father, my family and everybody. Stands the rules in that all of us are living. All the great movies of the history of cinema could be called HUMAN DESIRE. Intolerance could be called Human Desire, October could be called Human Desire, A bout de Souffle, 8 1/2, 2001 Space Odyssey, even Wall-e, Human Desire is a very good title for Wall-e; all of the really great movies could be called Human Desire. Fritz Lang's Human Desire is an extraordinary masterpiece in the use of black and white, composition, space, panoramic use, lighting and what's more important, have a real live and a real and deep human understanding of what happens to us every day. If somebody doesn't love Human Desire, he or she cannot love living in our society with our fears, our regrets, our friends, our relationships, and our DESIRES, because in the end, all we are is a bunch of DESIRES. I recommend to everyone, it's a marvelous movie and helped a lot to me to understand what happens all around me and what happens to myself. The cast are simply the best, Gloria Grahamme is superb, Broderick Crawford and Glenn Ford are just the guys to act this men and I could talk about the rhythim of the music and how it helps to make the public feel the impacient of the Human Desires, like a train, never stopping our dreams and targets, and how is masterfully directed each sequence by Fritz Lang, knowing as nobody what's the real important in each actor movement, in each word. HUMAN DESIRE, I cannot say more.

David W (fr) wrote: Lovers of classic movies gotta check this one out! Director Carol Reed (The Third Man), & writers Sidney Gilliat, Frank Launder (THE LADY VANISHES). A funny thriller about the lead up to WWII.

Gbenga O (us) wrote: SHM. An intriguing, behind-the-scenes, funfest look at the cost of friendship.

Liam M (gb) wrote: A thoroughly enjoyable family film which puts across positive messages of impartiality, comradary, and teamwork.