Tiger Claws II

Tiger Claws II

Released five years after the first installment, Tiger Claws II finds Yeung's martial arts serial killer, Chong, busted out of jail by a team of heavies in the employ of gangster Dai Lo Fu and whisked across the country to San Fransisco's Chinatown. When NYC cop Tarek Richards learns of a rash of recent killings using Chong's distinctive M.O.— a claw-like mark across the face of the victim— he contacts his old partner, Linda Masterson, who is now living in L.A., for help. But Chong, as it turns out, has nothing to do with the murders. He's just being used by crime kingpin Lo Fu, who needs to combine his energy with Chong's to open some sort of time portal to provide vital supplies for the ancient Shaolin monks. In truth, though, Lo Fu greedily plans to use the portal to smuggle heavy modern artillery back and rule Qing Dynasty-era China himself.

Released five years after the first installment, Tiger Claws II finds Yeung's martial arts serial killer, Chong, busted out of jail by a team of heavies in the employ of gangster Dai Lo Fu and whisked across the country to San Fransisco's Chinatown. When NYC cop Tarek Richards learns of a rash of recent killings using Chong's distinctive M.O.— a claw-like mark across the face of the victim— he contacts his old partner, Linda Masterson, who is now living in L.A., for help. But Chong, as it turns out, has nothing to do with the murders. He's just being used by crime kingpin Lo Fu, who needs to combine his energy with Chong's to open some sort of time portal to provide vital supplies for the ancient Shaolin monks. In truth, though, Lo Fu greedily plans to use the portal to smuggle heavy modern artillery back and rule Qing Dynasty-era China himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rhys H (it) wrote: If it wasn't for the final 20 minutes or so this movie would be 5 stars. Such phenomenal build up it was a shame that they didn't have anywhere interesting to take it.

Ralph R (nl) wrote: Is this a documentary about the Obama administration?

Erik P (it) wrote: Great Movie for kids. Helps teach them the importance of healthy lifestyle while still having fun.

Christian J (jp) wrote: A very solid Who documentary.

Mad M (es) wrote: An amazing movie.... Not sure if based on a true story but it sure hell looked like it. The base to the story is about drug smuggling...and this makes you look into the whole scenario with a lot of attention to it. The flow of the story keeps everything alive......

Lucas Y (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies & performances. Smooth talking Campbell Scott takes his dork teenage nephew out for a night he'll never forget. I can't stand movies filmed in NY anymore because the city is so in love with itself, but I don't think they said NY once the entire time. Not even a shot of a skycraper I don't think. The poor lighting sets the tone of the film well too. The editing is fantastic. Really surprising storyline that never slows either. I can't think of anything I don't like about this film. George C. Scott's history with the Oscars and film industry must have fucked up his sons chances at a better career. This man deserves more recognition.

David M (kr) wrote: An absolutely diabolical film with a lack of authenticity and a real time-period crisis; seemingly set in 1982 at some points, but nothing, from the soundtrack to the wardrobe, would indicate this. Other than ET being referenced multiple times, everything else points to this being set in the 1990s; a rather advanced LCD equipped camcorder, and the radio host announcing "Music from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s" as the family travel by car to NY. Lacking in any kind of social realism, "poverty" never seems to be any real threat or hardship, next month's rent money can be gambled away trying to win a stuffed ET without any real consequence or subsequent peril. The message seems to be that black people aren't as scary as you'd think, but they do of course practice voodoo magic, and society's underclass are just a host of colourful characters; sometimes they are, and I think it's supposed to be surprising, actually good people at heart (I know right, the poor can't possibly be kind or trustworthy..). Sometimes of course, the poor are just out to get you as you'd expect. Terribly clichd characters, laughable dialogue that ruins any potential "moments" the film may have had and a universe that seems to bend its own rules whenever it sees fit to suit its agenda. Characters behave inconsistently, with pretty much every one of them having a surprisingly bat-shit crazy breakdown and/or reconciliation that comes out of absolutely nowhere at some point in the film. Goes for whimsy over realism in its portrayal of poverty, and tear-jerker tropes in lieu of making you actually feel for any of the characters. No matter how mundane it might have been at points, I'm sure the real story it's based on is very moving, and would have been much more engaging without the added mysticism and magic. "You know, poverty's like, so bad, one time our Hallowe'en costumes.. were.. like... talked about in hushed tones..." is pretty much as threatening as poverty ever gets in this completely misguided film. The film critic who mentioned Capra in the same sentence as this steaming turd of a film really needs to resign immediately.

PINOY (mx) wrote: I loved that when I was like 6, I've always been a toy story but it really went away for a while until I saw Toy Story 3. Then when I saw this for the first time in idk how many years, I didnt enjoy it as much probably cuz this movie is more targeted to children when all the Toy Story movies are kinda targeted to everybody.

Jean D (ag) wrote: Le "Jules et Jim" des annes 2000. Une bonne comdie romantique, rehauss de la superbe prsence de C. Gainsbourg.

Michael R (de) wrote: Great, great film. A predecessor of sorts to City Of God, it is way ahead of its time and one of the best Brazilian films ever. Hard to come across even on VHS, it is well worth worth seeing if given the chance and is made all the more harrowing knowing the young boy in the title role could never escape the harsh realities of street life and was shot dead at nineteen.

Frances H (us) wrote: Loved this movie! Ian Mckellen is always excellent and young Milo Parker just perfect! A very enjoyable movie, and not just for Holmes fans.

Garwin S (ca) wrote: I've seen some dumb Hollywood thrillers in my time with really stupid plots, but this is up there with the worst of them. A ruthless killer kidnaps Harrison Ford's wife and kids to reveal the company secrets and lets them take the family dog. Who wrote this crap? Betsy Benicetobenjy?