The Twins Effect II

The Twins Effect II

In the mythical land of Huadu, Charcoal Head, a humble boy born to rule an empire must undertake his journey to claim his throne.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:king,   number in title,   lie,  

In the mythical land of Huadu, Charcoal Head, a humble boy born to rule an empire must undertake his journey to claim his throne. It is an epic action adventure combining romance, fantasy, comedy and cutting edge Hong Kong style martial artistry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Twins Effect II torrent reviews

Anthony K (ca) wrote: How is it that Malevolence was so horrible and Bereavement was so good? I don't know, but this movie was awesomely brutal- and as good as a genre film like this really gets these days.Edit: Alexandra Daddario is SMOKIN hot.

C C B (kr) wrote: the movie was fascinating enough but everything squeezed to the last 30 min and as a viewer it took me some time to settle everything.izabella is shining and so does other swedish actors; but script is a bit too straightforward.for people who like thrillers and want to see a different kind of movie recommended..the only weird part was the movie was too much into religious stuff and took me some time to get into it.

Chucky P (mx) wrote: lik dis discuss show

Nathaniel L (ru) wrote: An incredible play and an extremely interesting vision.

David S (kr) wrote: Boring, artsy-esque clap-trap overwrought symbolism and commentary that takes itself too seriously and takes far too much time. Its' symbolism is mildly grotesque and certainly compelling, but the slow tempo was excruciating. As in the first Cremaster, much of the intended meaning was probably unclear or ambiguous. Again, this would be a compliment if it seemed possible to interpret it. Instead, it merely felt like an exercise in self-stimulation.

Bill M (nl) wrote: A solid, not great debut for The Rules Of Attraction writer director and also Pulp Fiction co scribe Roger Avary, all this really is, is a primer for Rules introducing the directors nihilistic, blackly comic style and even a couple of shots he would re-use and improve greatly with his masterpiece of a follow-up, it feels sometimes like the poor mans reservoir dogs truth be told, but it dose have it's own dark, abrasive personality, but like i said, this is just a warm up for Rules, and a must for fans of that film to see the genesis of it's style and ballsy attitude in this film.

Eric F (au) wrote: I am going to admit straight up; I watched "Explorers" a lot as a kid. It was right up there with "The Goonies" and "Ghostbusters" as far as my regular rotation went. Today is the first time I have watched this particular movie since I was a kid, and I really put myself in the mindset for a disappointment, but man was I ever wrong. "Explorers" is a superbly well-crafted movie. It is just wondrous and entertaining at every turn. My memory was that even as a kid I enjoyed the first half and then would zone out for the parts with the aliens. It turns out that the aliens are only there for about 20 minutes, and while they are the least interesting part of the movie, they do not ruin the rest of it by any means. I happened to watch it with my own children, and to my surprise, they were cracking up laughing the entire movie, and not in a bad way. They never complained about the '80s special effects the way they do about more modern live action movies that use CG, instead of practical effects and good old fashioned composite pictures. I have to give this movie an "A". I still find the first hour to be riveting, and then it all wraps up with a fulfilling ending.Grade: A

Michael H (gb) wrote: Genius and stupidity in equal measure with another killer soundtrack

Pavandeep S (es) wrote: A film that like Rocco & his Brothers by Visconti, deals very much with southern Italy and its mired troubles. I found it fascinating that this is not a rags to riches type story but more of an observation of the trials of mankind to adjust. It is a movie for all time and one of timeless depth and it really made me wonder how sometimes even in the richest lands, mankind always has surprises waiting. A nice film to watch with El Norte in my opinion.

Armando P (ag) wrote: Best Rourke comeback

Tracey c (mx) wrote: sidney james a mega fan love all hes movies.

jonathan c (au) wrote: Couldn't he have dropped bigger seltzer bottles on the scummy ass arabs?

SV G (mx) wrote: Tennessee Williams play brought to screen and sumptuously directed by Elia Kazan, Baby Doll is artful dark comedy, wicked even in it's telling of a young childlike woman played well by Caroll Baker who is married to a much older man (Karl Mauldon) who has "bitten off mire than he could chew" with both his young wife and life in general, until the day he burns down the cotton gin of a sly young foreigner played brilliantly by Eli Wallach, who decides to even things up with his eye for an eye philosophy and wolfish ways. Great fun.

Chris C (ag) wrote: Arnold Schwarzenegger vs James Earl Jones's voice.......

Nick V (jp) wrote: Took me a while to see this movie given the critic rating. I gotta say I might like this movie better then the book. It's not perfect but it's better then it gets credit for.

Greg C (ru) wrote: Love this movie! Nostalgia obviously hit me hard with this one. But give it a chance if you like beavis and butt head type comedy. Loved the premise. love the concept for the characters. wish they would have done more with them.