3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy

3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy

The story is loosely based on a 17th century erotic Chinese story named The Carnal Prayer Mat and follows a young scholar named Yangsheng who gets married to the beautiful daughter of a local merchant. When their sex life proves unsatisfactory, Yangsheng leaves home and journeys to the Pavilion of Ultimate Bliss.

As a conceited scholar of the Ming Dynasty, Wei Yangsheng believes that since life is short, one should pursue the ultimate sexual pleasure as time allows. Wei Yangsheng encounters Tie Fei ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy torrent reviews

WS W (es) wrote: Good vibes; OK although quite stereotypical in the same genre.

Armchair O (au) wrote: The Muppets are overjoyed to find themselves in yet another sequel. As their new movie Muppets Most Wanted opens, they not only acknowledge it but - in true Muppets fashion - they turn this fact into a production number. The Muppets have always worn their self-referential style on their sleeves, so they are wise enough to admit during the opening song "We're Making a Sequel" that the sequel is never as good as the original.That's partially true of Muppets Most Wanted, which is enjoyable but isn't likely to go down in history as one of the Muppet's high points. It's always great to see the old gang again. For nearly 60 years, The Muppets have been like old friends from whom every visit is always a party, even when they didn't seem to bring their A-game.Muppets Most Wanted opens just moments after the end of 2011's The Muppets. This new film spins the gang off on a suspiciously ambitious world tour of their variety act by an overeager promoter named Dominic Badguy - pronounced "bdgee" with a French pronunciation - played by a very slippery Ricky Gervais. He's eager to get their show off to major cities like Berlin, Dublin and London, which the entire Muppet gang is ecstatic about save for Kermit, who is none-too-sure that this offer is on the level.He's right. Dominic is a bad guy who's scamming the Muppets while he attempts to pull off a world-wide heist with the help of a demented frog named Constantine, who bills himself as "The world's most dangerous frog." Constantine is Kermit's exact double except for a mole on his lip and mush-mouthed Slavic accent. He is currently locked away in an ultra-secure Siberian gulag from which he escapes, and - through a series of unfortunate events - takes Kermit's place while our favorite amphibian finds himself locked in Constantine's cell. The joke, of course, is that once the villainous frog covers the mole with green make-up none of the other Muppets realize that he's not the real Kermit.The best thing about Muppets Most Wanted is its energy level. The movie has very few slow moments and even when a gag doesn't work, you appreciate the level of enthusiasm. The film's best running gag is the amount of star cameos. Cameos are as familiar to the Muppet enterprise as fish to the ocean, and this time they may have set a record. Aside from Gervais, there's also Tina Fey as the gulag commandant and Ty Burrell as a member of French Interpol who works with Sam the Eagle to catch Constantine. Then there's Tony Bennett, Ray Liotta, Christoph Waltz (doing the waltz), Danny Trejo, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Hugh Bonneville, Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Zach Galifianakis, Salma Hayek, Tom Hiddleston, Frank Langella, James McAvoy, Miranda Richardson, Stanley Tucci and Usher (as an usher!) I'm not sure, but I think they may have set a record this time.What works in the best Muppet movies is when the plot serves as a hook on which to hang a great series of gags and guest star cameos. Therefore the weakness of Muppets Most Wanted is that screenwriters Nicholas Stoller and James Bobin have taken a two-inch plot and tried to stretch it for five miles. At 113 minutes the movie feels long for such a trite story idea. Constantine, the villain, is interesting but a little of him goes a long away. In fact, he's the real star of the show. Most of the other Muppets are caught in supporting roles. The Muppets are best when the plot is thin enough to get out of their way. Think of the original Muppet Movie back in 1979. It was a series of gags hung on a thin story about Fozzie and Kermit picking up the gang on their way to make it in Hollywood. And on their show, the madness of The Muppet's anarchy was born out of Kermit's attempt to wrangle these wild and wholly players in order to get the show up and running.If I sound too grumpy about Muppets Most Wanted it may come from the fact that I've been a student of their formula since I was in Kindergarten. I am as familiar with their act as I am with the letters in my own name, and there's a rhythm to their comedy that clangs when it's out of step. For everything that works in Muppets Most Wanted there was something that doesn't. Still, the movie is entertaining. What's refreshing is that even over half a century you can still be entertained by The Muppets even when they aren't at their most Muppetational.

Frances L (kr) wrote: Too "artsy", contrived and full of itself. Unsympathetic and boring characters.

Mark R (kr) wrote: Great film! Great music and great story line!

Terry K (br) wrote: For the sake of peace in your family and to avoid shelling out for expensive therapy, don't force your family, especially your kids to watch this pony and dog show. It's more dog than pony. We couldn't make it through the first 30-minutes of this bomb before the kids were begging to see something else. Film schools should make this a must see film so students will learn how NOT to make a movie. I cannot believe and self respecting video store would stock this disaster. Bad writing and directing resulted in bad acting. Bad editing only made it worse. If somebody offers to give you this film for nothing, it will still be greatly over-priced. Peeeeeeeewwwwww!

danela h (es) wrote: Had potential to be really good, but tried to be too much.

Chris H (es) wrote: Pretty cheesy...I hope to go there isnt a town that is actually like that

Marcus B (fr) wrote: enjoyed decent twisted story.low budget,but the acting is ok and the story is even better.

Michael D (br) wrote: I saw this one on Disney with my daughter.. It was cute.. for a animated crime fighting "James Bond" type!

Karen K (au) wrote: This is one of the few "subtitled" movie that my entire family actually watched the whole way through - and enjoyed! The story was surprizing and entertaining. Worth checking out!

Ric R (mx) wrote: Anything with Meg Ryan in it automatically gets 5 stars!!

Kurt N (de) wrote: Terrible. So difficult to get through. Terrible pacing. Terrible plot. Terrible jokes.

Jake M (fr) wrote: This movie makes me thankful that I didn't grow up in the early 90s. Possibly the worst live action Disney movie out there, Blank Check has the blandness, stupidity, and uncreative charm of all the other family movies that have tried to rip off Home Alone. It's jokes are not funny, the characters are bland, and a nine year old kid making out with a woman in her late twenties creeps the crap out of me! It's one of Disney's worst and I never want to watch this again.

Eitan L (au) wrote: This is my personal favorite (non-Leone) Spaghetti Western. The movie never takes itself seriously but never crosses the "too corny" line. The film is a more humurous Western than most but does not downplay it's serious message on the nature of the Mexican revolution. Nero and Milian play great off each other and Jack Palance is perfectly hammy. The morricone score, while not being his best, is perfect for the film and the main theme is definitely one of his most memorable (once you've actually heard it). western fans looking to find a new gem would do well to check this one out.

David B (gb) wrote: There a parts of this which, technically speaking, are mind boggling. How did that wee man walk on the walls and ceiling? A film that is infused with hallucinations that veer from the silly to the downright terrifying. Not quite up there with the rest of bergmans 60's output.

Patrik E (it) wrote: Ingen Nort by northwest, men nd helt okej,

Dylan M (es) wrote: What an awesome movie! The point-of-view cinematography wasn't too bad and added to the story quite well.

Federico F (jp) wrote: Engrossing detective parody, with some splatter scenes, all seasoned with very funny lines, unexpected twists and pure action

Jessica H (jp) wrote: It's sweet even though you know how it's going to end before it gets going because the dialog tells you what will happen.

Mike T (mx) wrote: Fun enjoyable trash. A quick, painless, witty and goofy ride of ridiculous retarded garbage that embracing its low class status - and runs with it to actually somehow produce a good movie, because it knows exactly what it is and doesn't try to be more zany or funny. I don't remember much of the jokes, and they certainly weren't rapid-fire, but there was enough zany action and low brow low class humor that was actually endearing because the movie nailed expectations and it's crappy, useless status perfectly, and I had such a good time!