The Stone Merchant

The Stone Merchant

A thesis picture: is Western Europe turning a blind eye to the dangers of Islamic fundamentalism? Professor Alceo Bandini believes so. He writes and lectures to a few students at a Roman ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Collin T (nl) wrote: Extremely disappointed in this movie.

Tsubaki S (es) wrote: The script has it's ups and downs, Yen's acting is still on a limited range, but there has been some improvements. Good fight sequences, one in a water mill gets a bit sabotaged thanks to the poor use of light and shadow. The film has good pacing, it delivers what it promises.

FilmGrinder S (fr) wrote: 96%-Life's a Bitch-Had me on the edge of my seat.

Maurice C (jp) wrote: i really want to see this movie

BellaRay (de) wrote: Sure I've seen this..

bill s (kr) wrote: The direction of this movie changes mid stream.....bad choice.

Shawn W (br) wrote: Detroit cop foils a murder plot by an auto company owner to gain power in the auto union. Looking back, maybe more auto manufacturer influence in the union would have been a good thing. Action displays elite athletic skills on multiple occasions.

Charlie M (nl) wrote: Dramedy about the lives of teenagers at high school and their experiences. Not intended to be a comedy, there's humor in the characters actions which makes it funny.

Eric R (gb) wrote: Not wanting to keep their fans waiting, Toei Pictures quickly pumped out yet another sequel to "Sister Street Fighter" in a short matter of time. Again like the second film "Sister Street Fighter: Hanging by a Thread" it goes against the norm of being extremely flawed due being made quickly and somehow matches the first two films in its lovable exploitation martial arts quality despite also having the EXACT same basic plot as the first two films.Our street fighter is told by a family member that her cousin has disappeared so while investigating she discovers she has been taken captive by a crime lord to be his personal love slave. Now she has to taken down his smuggling ring of transporting gold in nitric acid while simultaneously saving her cousin's life for her daughter's sake.Like I mentioned this plot is VERY derivative of the two films before. Instead of smuggling heroin or diamonds, it's now gold (though it's not as 'creative' as smuggling the diamonds in girls booty as featured in the second film). Instead of finding her missing brother or best friend, now it's her cousin. If you watch all three films back-to-back these similar plot lines can get OLD fast. One actor who returns from the second film has his character give the EXACT same plot twist towards the end. Come on guys! Give us something new!Even with the plot being so derivative, series director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi still manages to keep the fast furious pace mixed with that loveable comic book quality that he was so good at with the first two films. My only complaint in this department is that he opted to have this film be a little less bloody, negating the exploitation charm just a hair.Though the plots are all the same, these "Sister Street Fighter" films manage to make a very solid series with the quality staying about the same throughout. Actually they are actually so much alike (and filmed so close together) that they tend to blur together after time. This would mark the end of the official "Sister Street Fighter" trilogy but another film starring cut-as-a-button ass kicker Etsuko Shihomi would get titled "Sister Street Fighter: Fifth Level Fist" to cash in on the franchise.Bonus Rant: No I did not make a mistake typing the title above as the actual on screen Japanese title is "Sister Street Fighter: Return of the Sister Street Fighter." A little redundant don't you think? I can completely see why BCI Eclipse shortened the title to "Return of the Sister Street Fighter" on their DVD case as the actual title is a real mouth full.

Veniea T (mx) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD

Michael G (es) wrote: One of the most fun screwball comedies I've ever seen. William Powell plays a bohemian wannabe director who gets involved with the little sister of Myrna Loy, a controlling amusingly neurotic businesswoman. A lot of fun moments lead up to 10 of the most chaotic and fun minutes I've ever had the pleasure of seeing. All "yumph", grasshoppers, gongs, big apes and the obscenely cute Myrna Loy. As good as Powell and Loy get without the words "Thin" and "Man" in the title.

Alonso D (jp) wrote: Well, at least it's better than DE-LOVELY. And no movie that features Madeline Kahn singing "Find Me a Primitive Man" can be a total loss. I'd like to think this is a movie ripe for re-evaluation, if only I could see it on the big screen. NuArt? Cinefamily? New Beverly? LACMA? Cinematheque? Anyone?

David T (ag) wrote: Highly above average action flick. A real sleeper that should get the acclaim it rightfully deserves.