Boxer Rebellion

Boxer Rebellion

In BOXER REBELLION, three young martial arts brothers, played by Chi Kuan-chun, Alexander Fu Sheng and Leung Kar-yan, go in search of fellow patriots dissatisfied with Imperialist foreigners and wind up joining a rising sect of the Boxers, led by an opportunistic conman (Johnny Wang Lung-wei). Named as such for their use of martial arts, these boxers are revolutionaries who believe that spirits protect their bodies from foreign guns. They even dupe the Empress Dowager (Li Lihua), who gives them her royal blessing to fight the foreigners.

In BOXER REBELLION, three young martial arts brothers, played by Chi Kuan-chun, Alexander Fu Sheng and Leung Kar-yan, go in search of fellow patriots dissatisfied with Imperialist foreigners and wind up joining a rising sect of the Boxers, led by an opportunistic conman (Johnny Wang Lung-wei). Named as such for their use of martial arts, these boxers are revolutionaries who believe that spirits protect their bodies from foreign guns. They even dupe the Empress Dowager (Li Lihua), who gives them her royal blessing to fight the foreigners. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eli T (ag) wrote: Deborah Anderson's pathetic attempt to humanize pornstars is unfathomably vapid and pretentious. Forced-artsy shots are apparently Anderson's speciality - if I ever saw more than one-fourth of the speaker's face I certainly can't recall. This brings to mind a significant problem: forgetability. Aroused is horrifically self-indulgent, desperately feminist, practically amnesia-inducing tripe. As sixteen pornstars undress and roll around naked on a king-size bed whilst giving "candid" interviews addressing how they are far more than pornstars who roll around naked on a king-size bed, the real agitation begins. Rather than being a compelling and clear-eyed look at feminine independence or worth - the documentary I hoped for - Aroused succeeds only at visibly discomforting the models as they, one by one, seem to come to the realization that being pornstars don't make them divine beings. There's a football field of difference between women revealing different sides of themselves and tackling intimacy in a different way for the camera; and women desperately claiming they're interesting and intelligent and not just a naked body, literally while being photographed as a naked body. If there was supposed to be some sort of post-modern irony associated with this paradoxical setting, I failed to appreciate it. Perhaps the worst drivel perpetuating this documentary is the bold proclamations defying the objectification of women. As if claims of literature and finances weren't enough, now women chastise the viewer and complain about how they are objectified. Too many drugs, not enough schooling, or a devilish hybrid of the two must be the culprit here, as none of the 16 women seem to realize that the definition of being a pornstar - whatever faux-cultured cases they make for themselves - is becoming an object of sexual gratification for the camera. Women - AND men - are on the set not to revolutionize art, not to lead an enlightening movement, but to have sex entirely based on what the yahoo users are watching that week. Porn is a cold business, and once someone surrenders themselves to prostitution (oh, but with a camera) I utterly fail to recognize how a woman can have the audacity to demand respect from the same people who pleasure themselves to a two-minute gonzo hammering of her body parts, close the laptop and flip on the light. Anderson's overly sympathetic treatment of the girls is aggravating as well. The ending features herself "bravely" posing naked in front of the camera. Being proud of one's body is excellent, but the disconnect between what these confused girls claim and what Deborah Anderson was apparently trying to reveal is as evident as a bullet to the head.

Michelle C (us) wrote: I went into this movie with low expectations, but was pleasantly surprised by this movie, especially the friendship and resolution of the stories.....

Gary B (es) wrote: a bit of a step back from the first two films but still delivers in gore & humor

Timo L (de) wrote: I don't know anything about Taiwan, let along Taiwan in the early 80s, so I don't know whether this movie is indeed based on facts or not. But it was an interesting movie and I enjoyed it.

Olga T (jp) wrote: amazing how Rhys Ifans always play characters you wanna smack in the face

Bob S (mx) wrote: OK, Pacino is always good!

Yucky O (es) wrote: Stuart Gordon doing Lovecraft. Tentacle monsters and mermaids. Need I say more?

Frances H (de) wrote: Not as Funny as Holy Grail or Life of Brian, but very enjoyable--a remake of Kind Hearts and Coronets with a happy ending. That Barbara Hershey, who during the early 70s changed her last name to Seagull after a bird that died while she was filming and who named her son with Caradine "Free"--she changed her name back later and her son changed his to Tom when he was 9--played the hippie mom who named her son Henry Thomas Butterfly Rainbow Peace was a hoot.

Oscar H (ca) wrote: Det r omjligt att tnka sig att man kan dra en skrckfilm lngre n s hr. I brjan r det kul... jag menar... en mrdarsng som ter folk! Mitt ute i skogen str den, och lyckas nd locka smniga mnniskor i en strid strm. Allt eftersom filmen gr sin gilla gng blir det knepigare och mer och mer surrealistiskt... samt fullstndigt omnskligt lngsamt och segt!

Ashley H (mx) wrote: Young at Heart is a decent film. It is about the lives and romances of three sisters in a musical family. Doris Day and Frank Sinatra give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Gordon Douglas did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and romance.

Jose Miguel G (ca) wrote: Humble but inspiring, this little western offers a heartwarming story that benefits, mostly, from its cast, specially by the charisma of Alan Ladd in the lead role, even if the film lacks the usual amount of action of a typical genre flick.

Jonathan S (es) wrote: Well, it's fairly overwrought, preachy, and inappropriately silly but I suppose it's still a fun watch.

Private U (us) wrote: This was really fun to watch. The traffic cop mannequin scene was hilarious.