Big Trouble in Little China

Big Trouble in Little China

When trucker, Jack Burton agreed to take his friend, Wang Chi to pick up his fiancee at the airport, he never expected to get involved in a supernatural battle between good and evil. Wang's fiancee has emerald green eyes, which make her a perfect target for immortal sorcerer, Lo Pan and his three invincible cronies. Lo Pan must marry a girl with green eyes so he can regain his physical form.

The film follows hard-boiled truck driver Jack Burton, who gets caught in a bizarre conflict within, and underneath, San Francisco's Chinatown. Dodging demons and facing baffling terrors, Jack battles his way to rescue his best friend's fiance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Big Trouble in Little China torrent reviews

Rich H (it) wrote: It is a shame to see such obviously talented writers and film makers manufacture such garbage. I suppose this film went over well within Code Pink, but for those of us not scared to call a spade a spade, or a Muslim extremist a terrorist, then don't waste your time and certainly please do not waste your money.

John S (ca) wrote: sucked event for a croc flick , orlando jones jokes were weak and so were the scares

Jakub S (jp) wrote: Sole Spanish music. Awesome. Perfect.

Louis R (us) wrote: Fabrice Luccini fait un vilain parfait :)

Bahb C (br) wrote: UGH! (actually, make that a DOUBLE UGH!!!). Wally White funded this via his credit cards - I'd like to think he's stuck with that debt for the rest of his life - except that from the looks of the movie he really didn't spend all that much.

Richard L (us) wrote: Moving true story of an Irish man who, along with a number of others, was wrongfully and deliberately convicted by the British government for murder and then eventually freed.

angie w (ca) wrote: i also had this poster.. the book was much better but it was still scary at the time lol.

Luciano B (gb) wrote: I HATE this move with a passion, some of characters faithfully a stereotype I abhor. I hate it so much that I had to buy it, mu.

Ken N (ag) wrote: possibly one of the best police dramas. dated attitudes are the only detractor

Rose E (gb) wrote: What a strange and creepy little movie.

Allan C (au) wrote: Bruce Lee is the man, but I do have to say that the Zucker/Abrahams/Zucker "A Fistful of Yen" segment in "The Kentucky Fried Movie" has completely ruined me from being able to take this film seriously ("What was that? This is not a chawade. We need total concentwation." or "These are lost drunken men who don't know where they are, but do care! And these are men who know where they are and care, but don't drink."). That aside and some goofy mugging by Bruce Lee, this film is an absolute martial arts classic. The story is super basic (the evil Han is hosting a martial arts tournament and Bruce is sent in by a spy agency to stop Han's evil doings) but the story perfectly facilitates lots of kung-fu action. An honest assessment of this film is that it's pretty dated and actually pretty corny when viewed through modern sensibilities, but despite that, Bruce Lee is amazing! Bruce with the nunchuks. Bruce taking out a tunnel full of henchmen. And Bruce striding through the crowd to get to Han at the end. Bruce is just awesome and that's what carries the film. John Saxon always seemed like odd casting as one of the three main leads and is passable, even if his martial arts was not. Jim Kelly however is quite good in role, which led to his underrated film "Black Belt Jones." Look for a young Sammo Hung as the Shaolin fighter Bruce has a demonstration match with in the opening. Jackie Chan is apparently one of the prison thugs who fights Bruce, although I couldn't spot him. Also, Keye Luke did uncredited dubbing for Dr. Han. The film also earns at least 1/2 a star for the terrific and iconic Lalo Schifrin music. Bruce's previous Hong Kong films are better demonstrations of his martial arts skills, but this film features an overall better production value and slickness his previous films lacked.

Jordon J (de) wrote: Mother and Child reminds us how important the notion of lineage - of finding a discernible path through life that doesn't just begin and end with ourselves - is to our personal identity, and the decisions we make in life. The performances are outstanding especially from Bening & Watts, I say SEE IT!!!

Jeff J (fr) wrote: I bought this because I am a Shailene fan. Maybe it was a bad script but Kat is so flimsy. All of the characters were dry and confused. I wanted to like this movie but there was simply no substance to get attached to.