Two Champions of Shaolin

Two Champions of Shaolin

Shaolin warrior Tung Chien-chen is injured in battle against the hated Wu Tang clan, and nursed back to health by a knife-throwing master. As he recovers, Tung learns this deadly art, and also falls in love with his teacher's daughter. But when a Wu Tang attack disrupts the young lovers' wedding, Tung must put his new skill to use as he seeks revenge.

Shaolin warrior Tung Chien-chen is injured in battle against the hated Wu Tang clan, and nursed back to health by a knife-throwing master. As he recovers, Tung learns this deadly art, and also falls in love with his teacher's daughter. But when a Wu Tang attack disrupts the young lovers' wedding, Tung must put his new skill to use as he seeks revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marisol S (us) wrote: Never heard of it, but sounds gud...I wanna watch it!!.

Mohammed B (kr) wrote: there is no end of colonialism, the rich countries are always sucking dry the developing countries, they just change the way of doing it from time to time!

Sandy M (de) wrote: This is a great surprise. I went into the theatre with no good expectations but this is a significant improvement from the first one.

Milly B (de) wrote: The narrative at the beginning was so irritating. The acting was very impressive(-Emile Hirsch) and it was surprisingly non-American bullshit. Sigourney Weaver, an actress who usually drives me nuts, was very good

Lee M (br) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, the movie works somewhere between a commentary on the electoral process and as a slightly overcooked thriller.

FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: Blissful B-movie goodness and it's from Canada, a. Funny and unexpectedly sweet and moral, or is it just Satan in sheep's clothing?

John A (ag) wrote: This Remake Of The 1961 Japanese Film "Yojimbo" Kicks Ass, As Jean-Claude Van Damme Plays Two Rival Gangs Against Each Other In A Small Desert Town, Where He Is Determined To Get His Bike Back

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Dave R (mx) wrote: wow! this was much better than i thought it would be. clocking in at 9 hours and some change long this can truly be said to be epic filmmaking. forget "the last samurai"(which is largely a rip off of this story).what really made this movie for me was mifune toshiro's presence and performance. if you've seen any kurosawa films before you probably know who he is. i think he's an amazing actor - i'd watch him paint a fence if someone filmed it. the other thing i liked about it is it's based on actual events in japanese history.worth the time if you're interested in the story.

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Kenneth L (kr) wrote: The first parts of the movie is really just light hearted comedy, very fun to watch. You'd think it doesn't deserve the 98% in Rotten Tomatoes, but when you reach the climax and the ending scene, its the most beautifully acted romance. Personally my favorite ending in a romantic movie,

Lilian W (mx) wrote: Woody Allen's tribute to Film Noir is quite messy

Blake B (es) wrote: Lysistrata by Aristophanes like you have never seen it before. A modern day, thought-provoking masterpiece. Chi-Raq is a powerful poem asking for a much needed wake up call on the streets of Chicago, or Chi-Raq. Spike Lee plays out to his audience the real pain Chicago faces on a daily basis. The film is an inspiring portrait of love, hate, violence, and peace. The acting works of the cast is phenomenal; Angela Bassett, Jennifer Hudson, and Teyonah Parris being specific standouts. A beautiful, tear-inducing social commentary of race, sexuality, and the state of the US government.