5 Fighters from Shaolin

5 Fighters from Shaolin

Five disciples, each a grand master in a particular style of kung fu, are banded together by a wise old drunken monk. He leads the band of fighters on a mission to catch a group of evil ...

When a monk decides to leave his temple in order to defeat the Chinese Imperial Guards who brutally murdered is fellow monk, he collects five men and trains them to help him fight the guards and an old friend of his - a white-haired wizard. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


5 Fighters from Shaolin torrent reviews

Anya S (br) wrote: A cute movie, I hope that Nikki Blonsky does not fade off into lame t.v. movies.

DC E (mx) wrote: "Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther" 10 Scale Rating: 4.0 (Bad) ...

Brian K (br) wrote: It may lack a certain farcical flair but it has enough dark humor to keep things going.

Jon W (br) wrote: A tiny film with some decent imagery and a few creepy moments. There's just not all that much substance.

Jon C (nl) wrote: in the style of 'E.T.' and 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' director Joe Dante explores the outer reaches of the galaxy and the inner workings of the dream scapealiens establish contact with three friends and they respond by building their own spaceship to hopefully gain some answers about the universethe 1st hour like most flicks is all about the set-up and it is not until the middle where it starts getting more whimsical thank goodness at least one small conflict is resolved and all these boys have to worry about is reaching their destination to meet non-Eartheans it's got that Speilberg-esque vibe to it and a young child's attitude and the effects are damn goodthe very young and upcoming Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix string the film together making the science of exploration fun

ZACHO D (gb) wrote: This is the rare movie of Sam Raimi's that is impossible to find in store or even to download, until today when I finally got it. Since Sa, Raimi is my favrite director of all tiem and I'm truly a die hard and devoted fan, I searched for this one for a long time, and believe me, a long time. This one was also Sam Raimi flop according to the box office and I think part of it was that it was so weird and different from everything else, but I love that very part f movies and uniqueness generally adds the extra boost to making great movies incredable and usually end up on my favorite movies of all time list which are only movies that I give a perfect rating on(Right now I've only given 63 movies a perfect rating). But enough of me blabering, lets get on with it. Of course its not Sam Raimi's best movie, I mean its impossible to beat the Evil Dead series, but that doesn't mean that it can't still be really good, and that it was. This movie overall was completely different from anything I've ever seen. Its a comedy but not like other comedies. This one was generally filled with Three Stooges and Slapstick humor and if you know Sam Raimi, then you know that he is a huge fan of the "Stooges", and I'm even a fan myself. This one starts off with six nuns in a car driving really fast. We see the film titles and them a man in prison being sent to the electric chair. Two guards are walking him to the chair, while the man pleads that hes innocent. He starts to get into detail about why hes innocent and was mistaken for the crime shes accused of and as he's sat into the chair, we are shown what happened previously. Its a really good movie, really funny, and Bruce Campbell's bits are halarious as he plays a high class "heel".Something else I should bring up is that I was really surprised to see the lighting and colour scheme of this movie. Not that it was only great eye candy and drawed you intot the movie, but the fact that it really reminded me of "Suspiria" in a way dispite that this one is a comedy and is in a downtown city which makes it somewhat opposite of Suspiria in different senses. I was completely shocked and from Sam Raimi's other movies, he had never done Argento type lighting before, which made the movie just that more unique. Some parts are down right halarious. Some parts are down right stupid and some parts are just fun. All in all its a really underrated film in the sense that it hasn't been seen by anyone and it really should be. Download this movie, or if your lucky enough and you find a copy, contact me right away, I will buy it off you! Overall, if you want a comedy thats really different, somewhat dark, slapstick humored, with bruce campbell, and some great lighting eye candy and a fun time with a good story, than check out this rare jem. Ohh I almost forgot, for all of those Coen Brother fans out there who reciently saw "Burn After Reading", and saw all the Oscars they won for "No Country for Old Men", and have also seen, "The Big Lebowski", this is the Coen brother's second film that they have ever written together and has only just started their career with this and there other movie "Blood Simple". Go see this, if you can find it!

Doctor S (ca) wrote: Live footage of ABBA is extremely rare - basically, you've got this and you've got the documentary Abba In Concert and that's it for official releases. The performance on here is stellar and amounts to about 12 songs and it's easy to see why they were such a sensation, this movie captures them performing in front of probably their most rabid fans, the Australians who really launched their career after the rest of the world saw them as another Eurovision 1-hit wonder. The connecting material of a journalist trying to get an interview with the band is exceptionally lame and you'll never want to see it more than once, but the footage of the band performing "S.O.S.", "I've Been Waiting For You", ""Tiger", "Dancing Queen", and "So Long" with such gusto makes it worth the endurance.

Brian B (mx) wrote: Gravel voiced Charles McGraw was RKO's B movie alternative to Robert Mitchum and this film not only gives him the lead but allows him to expand his range by playing the lovesick sucker. Seeing McGraw wave at Dixon like a kid with a crush, or even later when he breaks into her apartment to decorate a Christmas tree is a wonderful change of pace for the tough-guy actor. Joan Dixon is fine as the love interest but she never gets to play the full femme fatale as her charector changes halfway through the film. Roadblock is a well-paced true film noir. The fatalistic story has a few nice touches in addition to the two lead performances including a slick opening credit sequence and a decent (but generic) film score.