After being humiliated in the ring by a dirty kickboxer who pulled down his shorts and then hit him, a martial arts master decides to travel to China and enter a monastery where he may ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After being humiliated in the ring by a dirty kickboxer who pulled down his shorts and then hit him, a martial arts master decides to travel to China and enter a monastery where he may ...
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American Shaolin torrent reviews
Kyle M (es) wrote: pretty good movie, for a class B horror movie
Tom G (au) wrote: Definitely exceeded my expectations.
Charlie M (ru) wrote: Driverless trucks terrorize a small town.
August C (it) wrote: I loved this show. unfortunately the movie chosen for the movie, wasn't the best choice in my opinion but the slandering is top notch regardless.
Jack W (jp) wrote: Despite the occasional flat acting, Flight of the Navigator contains great visuals, an intriguing story and great sound effects to make it an 80's/Disney/Sci-Fi must see.
Michael W (us) wrote: The critics are definitely being too hard on this one. True, it is not a great film that will go down in history for anything, but I think everyone who worked on it did a good job. Performances, costumes, special effects, it was all well done. I don't have any real complaints about anything. It was what it was, and that was an enjoyable enough ride to merit three and a half stars.
John R (jp) wrote: 160903: Though a low budget affair, there is something appealing about this rather simple, yet harsh, story. Traded features some familiar faces including Quinton Aaron as Silas and Kris Kristofferson as Billy. Martin Kove does a good job at making you hate the short-lived Cavendish, who was my favourite character by the way, and you've got to love Michael Pare's (Clay) line "Samuel Colt's been known to make all men equal." Sadly, Kristofferson's acting, and dialogue, was weak and though attempting to be intimidating, he is not. I felt Kristofferson's final scene might have also been a farewell? I don't think this a good thing for Tom Sizemore, but I barely recognized him as Lavoie. Makeup, especially Marie Oldenbourg's (Girl), and costumes could've been done better. Near the finale, Traded features a rather unique torture scene and some extreme violence. Not sure why Lavoie would open his mouth but if I think too much, I'll probably start hating this film. Watching it once, a genre fan won't be bothered too much. Not sure if that fan will ever come back however.
Tim W (fr) wrote: Oh the 70's. Started off hilariously bad (the dialogue, the "acting", the boom mic...) but it lost it's charm halfway through. So by the end I just didn't know or care what was happening. A so bad it's good movie, that just falls apart.