Di zi ye feng kuang

Di zi ye feng kuang


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1985
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:shaolin,  

It's a movie about Shaolin, so of course it will involve Fong Sai Yuk, Hong Sai Gwen, and Hu Wai Chien, the legendary young adults that aided Shaolin in battling the Qing regime. And of course, Fong Sai Yuk always brings mischieves; here everyone seems to cooperate with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Todd S (br) wrote: Slow at times but overall a solid western. This may have been Chris Pine's best role as a lead. Him and Jeff Bridges are the perfect cop and robber combo. Loved the old school feel of this movie shot across the plains of Texas.

Todd S (mx) wrote: On the surface, McCanick is a simple story of a cop going after an ex-con who he has a history with. As the film progresses, the lines begin to blur, leaving the audience to question who is really the good guy and who is actually the bad guy? This film is notable, as it is the last thing Glee star Cory Monteith worked on before he died, and it was a definite change in direction for the young star. The story starts on Eugene Wellington McCanick's birthday, a happy day that should mark a reunion with his son, but instead marks a day where he learns that the biggest bust of his career, acquiesced killer Simon Wells (Cory Monteith) had been paroled. McCanick is ordered to leave the situation alone, but he can't rest while this man is on the street and McCanick goes looking for trouble. This is a very dark and methodical drama that really seems to have no depth whatsoever, until you see both sides of the story presented in flashbacks. David Morse stars as your typical tough loner cop, whose life is all about the job. The kind of cop that takes his job personally and will do whatever it takes to bust the people he sees as a threat to his city. When I think tough guy, David Morse is not the first person who comes to mind, but he has a history of playing both the good and the bad guy, making the role of Eugene McCanick perfect for him. He's paired with Cory Monteith, who as a teen heartthrob, has never really been seen as more than a sweet, loveable guy. Simon Wells is anything but sweet an loveable, as he's been severally damaged by a life on the streets, but the question becomes just how bad a guy is he? McCanick is the kind of film where everything seems to be laid right out in front of you, the kind of film where you're not expecting a surprise, but that's the whole premise of the film. The whole purpose of the film is to make you question everything you believe and it really turns into to something very unique and special. McCanick doesn't have a cast or a preview that screams out to you, many people are just going to skip it, but if you do, you'll be missing that special kind of movie that leaves you thinking about it long after it's over.

Nirmal B (ca) wrote: Thala pola varuma ..... Thala ajit rocked ....

Jamie H (kr) wrote: oh dear! It deals with soldiers who have seen action in iraq and how they find it hard to get back into normal society, it does this in quite a good way, unfortunatly for sidney furie, this is the only good point of the film, shody settings, and even dodgier acting, from a film what sounds so promising. Its going to take something special to make a blockbuster film about a current conflict such as iraq, but its good to see directors havn't given up just yet, but, as a fan of films, please, please try harder.

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Camille S (fr) wrote: 2005 Seattle International Film Festival

An V (mx) wrote: The whole movie just reminds me of you.

Stefanus Andi G (au) wrote: A colourful adventure of a prodigy's insight in faith patronaged by his Ssints and Martyrs set on England's suburb. Well composed background theme constructs the dynamic mood conformly. Must see family flick.

SailorMoon797 F (ca) wrote: it's horror film of all time. i love this movie.

Charlie G (mx) wrote: Idiotic in some places but an enjoyable movie.

Ashley H (jp) wrote: Feeling I had during the movie is: this could've been better if it was totally different: more relations between character and less cars. Even when there's a race, we get weird 60's shot of people not even watching the race. How about more about rivalry between Paul Newman and Rober Wagner? What does Joanne Woodward? Is she a housewife, raising by hereslf a child since he was three? Richard THomas (Charley) and Newman should've had more scenes before Charlie is sad of breakup; I would've been sad losing a father like Newman, but we should see why Charlie is sad. Newman put as much character to Frank as script allows. Too long and not too predictable.

Charles P (it) wrote: Playtime is a masterpiece of slapstick that finds the joy and the scorn in how high-tech and detached the world has become.

Nick F (de) wrote: The most bizarre and twisted of all the Frankenstein Hammer films, and that is surely saying something. The Baron is now going by his actual name and has found a second and completely different way to beat death this time involving the capture of the soul with the use of a sonic force field powered by geothermal power. Imagine the genius of this guy. Cushing is older but still powerful as the iconic scientist; watch his stunts as he escapes from his home to find the female Frankenstein. The very idea that Frankenstein meshed the soul of the murdered Hans into the body of his reconstructed lover after she committed suicide is insanely imaginative. Letting the guard down is Thorley Walters as the buffoonish companion to Frankenstein, echoing Nigel Bruce's portrayal of Dr. Watson (Walters would later go on to play Watson in fact). Once the revenge plot kicks in, its like a 19th century Fatal Attraction. The ending comes a little too quick and overall is symptomatic of the production's marginalizing of Frankenstein from the story itself. Interestingly the movie begins with a guillotine much as the first two films.

Jey A (jp) wrote: Must they make a movie about EVERYTHING?

James T (gb) wrote: a fun and entertaining movie

Carlos T (gb) wrote: Make no mistake, Orson Welles' Citizen Kane has aged extremely well. Often considered the greatest film of all time, audiences will not need to question why. The word 'Rosebud' will probably continue to haunt you and make you question its significance as the story of Charles Foster Kane unfolds in its signature non-linear narrative structure. Perhaps what's more significant is the gorgeous cinematography which continues to be legendary to this day. There's little to criticise about Citizen Kane. Most critics will agree that this is indeed the greatest film of all time but the casual filmgoer may feel it's overrated, slow and confusing. Nevertheless, those who are able to appreciate Welles' piece will surely understand the acclaim this film has received and will frankly swoon at all the iconic elements of this masterpiece.

Jessica H (fr) wrote: Perfect timing for this disaster.

Gavin M (ru) wrote: Good Spike Lee flick. Denzel Washington gives another top notch performance as Jake Shuttlesworth. A man who seeks redemption by trying to reconnect with his son

Kyle C (mx) wrote: It's Halloween so it must be SAW, and guess what, this time next year, we'll be saying it again because we still aren't finished. Many people thought that this would be the last of the series but it opened up more of a story to continue, it is not the best nor the worst of the series, I personally thought that the story was good, a lot of people will not, and the gore was back for this one as well. I say that if you are a fan of the series you will like this, if you are not, you definitely will not.

Aaron B (au) wrote: The Guilt Trip has enough charm and heart to act as a good comedy, but watching this more than once seems unlikely.