When D.E.A. agent Mike Ryan undertakes the huge task of avenging the brutal murder of the partner John Grogan, he find he must fight both sides; the murderer and his double crossing police buddies. Now with the unexpected help of the lovely Jade, he must confront the new generation Chinese underworld want-to-be kingpin and fight like and out-of-place "White Tiger"
- Stars:Gary Daniels, Mig Macario, Kelly Benson, Matt Craven, Frank Cassini, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, John Cassini, Julia Nickson, George Cheung, Philip Granger, J. Max Kirishima, John Kirkconnell, Lisa Langlois, Dana Lee, Benjamin Ratner,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Richard Martin,
- Writer:Bey Logan (original story), Gordon Melbourne (screenplay), Roy Sallows (screenplay), Don Woodman (screenplay)
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White Tiger torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This was a great story. You kind of have to know it will have a religious slant so please don't be surprised going in. I loved it. Good acting and great heart.
(mx) wrote: Incomprehensible mess.
(nl) wrote: After being impressed with Sean Anders's Horrible Bosses 2, I re-watched a movie I had watched when I was younger called "Sex Drive" and boy was it worse than I remember. It's incredibly predictable, tasteless, and really not funny. The only thing it has going for it is the supporting cast is really strong. James Marsden is the single best thing about this as the homophobic brothers, Clark Duke is funny as always, and the two idiots whose names escape me are pretty funny. Other than that, the rest of the people in it are pretty flat. The lead is boring, the girls are underused, and even Seth Green isn't given much to do. It pains me to say a movie where Fall Out Boy shows up is bad, but Sex Drive is a missed opportunity.
(ca) wrote: Though it never feels like Winterbottom has much faith in himself here, the performances were fantastic all across the board, and the cinematography was beautiful.
(br) wrote: Interesting, if for nothing else than the sheer and pure brutality. With no sympathetic or even redeemable characters, it is one scene of violence strung after another, and the female character is one of the most annoying and useless figures, but still the film itself is quite good. Edison Chen especially does a fine job as the almost completely silent animalistic assassin who does not seem to know why he does anything beyond mere survival.
(gb) wrote: A bit of an odd one, accompanied by a very small budget. Cue the Adobe After Effects explosions...
(gb) wrote: The acting may be horrendous, but everything else about "The Curiosity of Chance" is SO entertaining. There are some genuinely sweet moments, and some pretty hilarious moments too. Tad Hilgenbrinck stars as Chance - a gay teenager with a bizarre dress sense who is working hard to stop all the homphobic people in his life from getting to him, and dealing with his crush on a popular (supposedly straight) jock at his school. I really enjoyed this movie, despite its faults.
(nl) wrote: It's cheesy, loose, and has poor pacing- but that's all forgivable for providing a fun time. The effects are a hit or miss, and the characters are a little sloppy. The fight scenes are plentiful but short. But the Ghost Rider character is fun to watch do his stuff, and the background is interesting.
(au) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=darkslategray] "Deterrence" is a movie set in the year 2008 during the Colorado presidential primary. During which, the presidential party is stranded in a diner in the middle of a blizzard. At which point, there is a news alert about Iraq invading Kuwait. "Deterrence" is a throwback to cold war thrillers such as Fail-Safe. Now, this movie is undeniably tense throughout(led by a fine performance with Kevin Pollak as the President) but the ending is a copout. [/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#2f4f4f] The movie has a larger problem which is that this movie was made in 1999 and the world has changed immensely since then. So, it's impossible to imagine Uday Hussein leading an invasion of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia now, much less breathing. In fact, it's hard to imagine Iraq presenting this much of a threat now, and not taking terrorism into question.[/color][/font]
(ag) wrote: It's style of cookieness was original and refreshing for it's time.
(jp) wrote: I don't understand why this got such a good score. It was just a predictable, sordid story without one decent character in the whole bunch. It could have been right out of the news, which, frankly, I'd rather have watched.
(es) wrote: "Elves" is a total disapointment, even if you expect it to a goofy holiday horror flick. Your first disapointment will be when you realize that the title is a lie and that there is only one elf in the film; a cheap puppet that rarely appears onscreen and is never completely seen. The acting is bad, the plot is ridiculous and the conclusion comes out of nowhere, which should be fun (in a so-bad-it's good way) but the film contains several tasteless themes that make the movie awkward to watch. The protagonists are completely bland and the only enjoyable characters are the over-the-top completely ridiculous one dimensional villains, but even they can only carry the story so far. With it's strained link to Christmas the film feels like a cash grab for suckers that will want a weird horror film but has no scares, no good kills and although there are a few good lines in it that you will remember fondly (anti-christmas being one) it never lives up to its limited potential. (VHS, December 8, 2012)
(au) wrote: Pretty damn good Hitchcockian thriller.
(br) wrote: The version that I saw was crackling with wear and took me out of the film a bit I'm afraid. Gloria Swanson who is so terrific in Sunset Boulevard doesn't quite measure up here.
(ca) wrote: This was a good one. The acting was decent, and the war scenes effective But the direction and the strong theme of respect towards those it depicts is what boosts it a level up.
(it) wrote: Yaaa-hooo! Now here's a alien movie for ya, yessiree! Burton's half-tribute, half nudge in the ribs to the old sci-fi of the 1950's not only does well, it surpasses it's subject matter and most of the current day items of the same ilk. Still crazy as well after all these years. Howzit get only a 52% on the damned tomatometer?!? Who are these mongoloids?