A tale about Vietnamese refugees sent to an orientation camp on the Camp Pendleton Marine Base in California, 'Green Dragon' focuses on a young boy and his sister. Set in 1975, the film chronicles the stories told to the two children by other refugees in the camp and of Tai Tran, who dares to introduce himself to Sergeant Jim Lance. In developing a relationship with Lance, Tran is able to improve
- Stars:Patrick Swayze, Forest Whitaker, Duong Don, Hiep Thi Le, Billinjer C. Tran, Kathleen Luong, Phuoc Quan Nguyen, Long Nguyen, Catherine Ai, Phu Cuong, Kieu Chinh, Trung Nguyen, Jennifer Tran, Linda Tran, Tuan Tran,
- Director:Timothy Linh Bui,
- Writer:Timothy Linh Bui (screenplay), Timothy Linh Bui (story), Tony Bui (story)
The story of some Vietnamese refugees as they first arrive at Camp Pendleton in the United States as the Vietnam war ends in 1975. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Green Dragon torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Quietly, unhurriedly and very delicately this film tells the story of two people at crossroads about to intersect with each other through their love for the same person. Excellently acted, directed and edited, this film will not leave you untouched. Bottom line: Cinema's equivalent to chamber music.
(gb) wrote: The portrayal of the mother-son relationship was well picked and nicely done that has related connections and brought along the two h's: hilarity and heart; making this an hilarious recommended mother-son film. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
(au) wrote: Incoherent horror that had potential. 6/10/2013
(jp) wrote: An empowering movie if there ever was one. I can't really believe this happened. It's pretty crazy. If a blind tibetan teenager can climb to 21,000 ft, I should be able to...
(fr) wrote: rule #1 in europe, never leave the main cities and go into the woods. youll see cows get raped and youll get dressed up like a woman and youll get yourself raped also.
(it) wrote: I'm sure no-one else has seen this, but you have to.
(ru) wrote: Love it, I've got it on DVD. I loved this movie it was a great movie, it stars Chris Bisson he's currently in Emmerdale playing Jai and it also stars Lesley Nicol who stars in ITV period drama Downton Abbey as Mrs. Patmore
(fr) wrote: One of the best coming of age films I've seen. Documentary style and uncompromising.
(ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this one, the chemistry between Tracy and Hepburn is very evident in this, their 8th of 9 films together. I though it moved along well and had a lot of laughs. I can't think of who of "today's" stars can do what Tracy and Hepburn did, which is why is fun watching classics like this. A must for classic film fans!
(ag) wrote: The people who went to see this movie probably went to see it for Chris Brown. I, however, went to see it for Josh Holloway. Yes, it's true. I went to see a movie because I liked the actor. Call me a hypocrite, but to be perfectly honest, he is probably the only reason the movie turned out okay in my opinion. It started out good. I was interested in seeing how the team came together to compete. I loved the positive outlook the movie had. It was kind of sweet! I wish more movies had such kindness. That is one thing this movie has that I really appreciate and love. However, I felt like the movie dragged. I was sitting in the theater thinking, "is it over yet?" The ending was predictable. It had some parts that were so laughable but not in a good way. I felt like the woman who played the dance instructor was not necessary in this film. In the beginning, you might like what you see. I did. But once you get a little more into it, you might fall asleep. All in all, it was an okay movie.
(ca) wrote: Great cinematography, a terrific ensemble cast and a completely unpredictable murder mystery make this an Agatha Christie movie I'd definitely recommend to those that like the genre.
(kr) wrote: not even scary! just stupid!!!!
(gb) wrote: Perfect for fans of the series, and a logical progression to a mad holiday with the lads. Yeah its a routine setup, but the movie aims for exactly that and succeeds with jokes all the way and with excellent banter.