Xiao du long

Xiao du long

The lethal Shih Szu as the title swordswoman, who is out to avenge her father's death at the mid-autumn festival.

After a career spanning more than forty years and dozens of films as director or writer, Yueh Feng used everything he learned on a final few martial arts epics, of which this is one of the most memorable. It's not easy to forget a hunchbacked, one-armed protagonist, nor the "Poisonous Dragon Sword" style, nor the luminous and lethal Shih Szu as the title swordswoman, who is out to avenge her father's death at the mid-autumn festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Xiao du long torrent reviews

Wei Jay T (de) wrote: "There are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity."What more is there to say?

Julia L (ca) wrote: This is one of those extremely preachy and cheesy movies that attempts to teach a lesson but fails unless you're ever in the exact same situation.

jayden m (mx) wrote: really bad and bad comdey

Andres V (jp) wrote: Excelente pelicula sueca sobre la vida de Maria Larsson (Maria Heiskanen), una mujer de clase baja que mantuvo a su familia y a su esposo a pesar de tantas cosas malas que se le atraviesan y de un amor nunca resuelto que le da vida a toda la pelicula. Gran pelicula con grandioso final que vale la pena ver.

Dustin B (mx) wrote: An excellent movie with some great discussion points, some fantastic action, and a great story line.

Ben F (nl) wrote: As an experience and an experiment, it must be seen. The story may lack, but that's hardly the point.

Salim I (it) wrote: one of Spike Lee's most compelling films.

Steve R (jp) wrote: This is a badly made, but slightly accurate telling of what was going on one part of the maternity ward that birthed hip hop. Although it's a hard to believe, poorly presented story, it's not all that different from the way that it was...complete with a visit to the "Fever".

Maarrk H (au) wrote: It's at this point where things really start to hit home. Admittedly, I'm watching as a 30-year-old myself, so that certainly adds a layer to the proceedings. But given the tempo set by the previous 3 films, '28 Up' hits like the tonne of bricks real life sometimes resembles.

Jason H (ca) wrote: This was a really good movie. I really felt the scene towards the end where Tommy has to choose between polishing the cops shoe one last time or striking back, classic material all the way!