Xiao quan wang

Xiao quan wang


A King Boxer named Chow (Meng Fei) visits a friend in Thailand. She introduces him to her boyfriend, who's a Thai boxer. Chow saves the Thai boxer from some thugs and the two become friends. Chow teaches him the knife style. Meanwhile back in China, Chow's brother and sister look after his kung fu school. A Japanese martial artist (Kurata) visits the school looking for Chow. Kurata fights and beats his brother instead and develops strong liking for Chow's sister. Chow returns to China and has to defend his school's honor against Kurata. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul N (nl) wrote: Nice ideas and irony in Cronenberg-lite thriller, undone by overheated melodrama and the year's longest first act.

Matt R (au) wrote: These just keep getting better, hopefully after 'No Remorse' they'll film the other three books in the series... Tom Selleck makes the whole thing so much more watchable with his ease of acting and excellent portrayal of this cop that we really care about...

Michael R (au) wrote: Please no more of these Species movies.

Tony B (ag) wrote: A fairly straightforward story with an ugly, gritty, and fairly realistic style but the acting is below par for most of the cast and none of the characters are likeable. The climactic ending though was pretty well done; very intense and traumatic, and really the only reason to see the film.

Amber N (it) wrote: I just couldn't have fun with this one. I came in knowing the outcome and I basically watched the outcome unfold. It was scary, but not the kind of scary that's fun.

Jeff C (nl) wrote: If you're not a Frank Frazetta fan - maybe you'd know him better as the 'Molly Hatchett' album-cover guy. An amazing life story of a truly great artist. From the old-school BMFer generation - this is a guy who, after a couple of strokes, learned from scratch to paint w/ his left hand. I grew up devouring this guy's work. Disclaimer - not for the Average Movie-goer.

Allison W (au) wrote: such a really sad movie but still good! :[ :]

Heather (kr) wrote: This movie really makes me laugh....

Alexander C (nl) wrote: Thats a song too isnt it?

Ashley H (fr) wrote: Doctor Dolittle is a cute movie. It is about an animal communicating veterinarian going too far for his clientele so he leaves in search of a giant pink snail. Rex Harrison and Samantha Eggar give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Richard Fleischer did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the humor and adventure. Doctor Dolittle is a must see.

Tim G (ru) wrote: A truly unfunny movie in every possible way.

andrew p (kr) wrote: this is why i like chess today

Charles S (de) wrote: Bring a box of tissues. Dated production but awesome emotion and progressive story for the time.

Brian S (jp) wrote: Milos Forman usually delivers a quality film, as is the case here. an intricately weaving story about American life in the early 20th century. enjoyable as it was, the story was kind of all over the place. Elizabeth McGovern pretty much disappears after the first act...blows off Brad Dourif and ends up working for street-artist-turned-film-director (another plot detail I don't quite understand) Mandy Patinkin. but storylines petering off seems to be a common trend. I suppose an underlying theme of the whole film could be the search for justice, but nobody really finds it. kind of depressing, actually, when you consider how many people get screwed in this movie. scattered plot and vague themes aside, this is still an entertaining film with a great cast of characters played by a great cast of actors. it's a testament to Forman's directing that even his so-so films are pretty good.

John t (jp) wrote: What a great campy 80's classic film..

Jeb N (mx) wrote: A group of criminals harrass a woman traped in an elevator in her home. Features an early appearance by James Caan and has an ending that must have been pretty shocking for 1964.

Jonathan M (gb) wrote: Amazing acting and filmmaking. Andrew Dominik is a true artist.