Game of Death

Game of Death

Billy Lo is a Hong Kong-based movie actor, who is a box office draw. His girlfriend, Ann Morris, is a singer who is also climbing to the top. Now it seems the syndicate wants Billy and Ann to join their "management firm". But Billy knows that they will be treated like property, so he refuses and tells her to do the same. So they try to "encourage" him to join but he still refuses. He would be advised that they will not stop, so he must stop them, permanently. He is even more hesitant to do that but when an attempt on his life is made, he fakes his death and alters his appearance, and decides to go after the syndicate; taking them out one at a time.

Martial arts movie star Billy Lo must fake his death after an unsuccessful murder attempt against him to find the people who are trying to kill him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Game of Death torrent reviews

Vikas Y (gb) wrote: awesome movie for Delhiites!

Venkat M (us) wrote: starts of well, but loses the grip later. the movie becomes a dialogue between its two lead characters, and one needs to have a tight screenplay and some good writing to go with it to sustain viewer's interest.

Christopher H (br) wrote: A fresh and harsh-reality look at a coming of age story, involving two young girls, Elgin James' "Little Birds" brings Juno Temple and Kay Panabaker together for some of the best young woman acting since "My Girl". Temple plays wild child Lily, who lives in the Salton Sea, dreaming of drowning herself, cutting herself, and running off to Los Angeles with her homeless boyfriend, Jesse (Kyle Gallner). Panabaker plays the quite opposite, Alison, who rides horses, knows how to shoot a gun, and loves her quiet mannered father. When Lily is threatened by another girl, she talks Alison into driving her to the City of Angels, where they shack up with three homeless boys and adhere to wrecking havoc on the streets of L.A., stealing laptops and luring pedophiles into their abandoned hotel to steal their wallets and then blackmailing them. Temple is pristine in this role, having the perfect look to match her anarchist behavior, while Panabaker couldn't be more perfect for her role as well, radiating an innocence and naivete that rivals the best in any similar performance. Although slightly predictable in story, "Little Birds" flows nicely, engaging the audience while the girls steal the show.

Kevin T (us) wrote: If you liked 'Wild Tigers I Have Known', or care about breathtaking cinematography at all, see this film. Any negative reviews it received have been carelessly jotted down by viewers who are either not familiar with Archer's visually based filmmaking or miss the point of the film entirely. In Shit Year and his first feature, Wild Tigers I Have Known, Archer uses surreal, abstract, and sometimes disorienting visual elements in order to immerse the viewer into the world and psyche of the protagonist. If you are looking for an action packed or linear, single layered plot, Shit Year isn't for you. If you enjoy films that balance beautiful experimental elements with complex and unconventional characters, do your eyes and mind a favor and watch this film tonight.

Joe K (gb) wrote: i appreciate the unique standpoint this movie presents, but honestly, it wasnt good at all. I didnt finish the last 20-30 minutes at all. Just too damn boring and low budget. Fail.

Richard M (fr) wrote: It doesn't have the origonal cast, except Jim's dad, but it's still funny, kind of a wierd ending for this kind of film.

Jimmy P (ca) wrote: Funny, eigties period comedy.

Nell H (it) wrote: I felt very voyeuristic watching this on HBO, but couldn't tear myself away from it anyway. It was slice-of-life interesting, and the final two scenes were absolutely wonderful.

Skylar P (ca) wrote: While this is a B budget movie, the thought behind it holds true, that if your way of doing things may be different, then you are going to be judged and most likley punished.

Brad S (es) wrote: - I've seen this several times now and watched as recently as 2 years ago, but I like it. Craig T. Nelson and JoBeth Williams are great as the parents and they ground it. Will Sampson adds some comic relief, and just a great on-camera presence. Julian Beck just scares the crap of me as Kane, he did when i was a kid, and he still does. Excellent sequel!- I watched this several times when I was younger and always liked it. The actor playing "Kane" is one of the all-time creepiest characters in my opinion. I really like Will Sampson as the Indian protector "Taylor" in this, he's quite good in this, as he was in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". Check it out!

Aaron W (au) wrote: John Cassavetes is a God. Nobody makes films like this anymore. People think they do. This whole fucking "indie" movement bullshit "honest" filmmaking. Honest my ass. These assholes wouldn't know honest if it sucker-punched them in the balls. Honest isn't some loner writer shooting heroin and getting drunk in his room after his brother commits suicide and his mother gets cancer. That's crap, bullshit wannabe crap. Honest is three friends, shouting at each other, playing basketball ...confused, laughing for the sake of laughing, nonsensical, angry, drunk, gambling, trying to save themselves from the realization that they hate their lives. Husbands is an honest film, and some people may have a problem with that. It's not wrapped up in some nice little timed out three act structure. Falk, Gazzara and Cassavetes on screen together create one helluva a volatile trio. This film is incredible.

Ryan A (br) wrote: From Russia with Love has everything we need to make a good James Bond movie: electrifying action sequences, gorgeous women, razor-sharp plot and sinister villains. It's a Cold War thriller that will entertain you from start to finish. From Russia with Love is a grand cinematic experience that boasts why we love 007 so much.

Sanity Assassin (jp) wrote: the duke puts in a solid performance as almost always, there's some light comedy but the plot's a bit disjointed

Peter S (mx) wrote: Just lovely: Great plot, brilliant cast and character's evolution. It's human, it's touching and it has and uncommon and clever ending that almost all the typical romantic comedies lack. After watching it, it gets difficult not falling in love with Julie's character and with the teenagers potential love story.

Steve H (fr) wrote: A flawed but undeniably moving drama with strong performances by John Cusack and the two girls who play his daughters. It also features a gorgeous score by one Clint Eastwood. My main gripe was writer James C. Strouse's amateurish direction and the flat cinematography, which made the whole thing look like a cheapo TV movie. Still, it'll have you in tears by the end.