Thousands of years ago in ancient China, a love struck sword hero fights against his destiny. He wants another chance to be reunited with his loved one and he gets that chance, in a far away place and a far away time, in the cold north, in modern Finland. Jade Warrior is set in ancient China early iron age and present day Finland. The past is feeding the story in present day, slowly revealing our warrior his real origin, his superior skills and his destiny. Jade Warrior - the first Finnish Kung Fu film - combines Finnish and Chinese mythologies into one film. Jade Warrior is an homage to Kung Fu genre strongly spiced with a truly original approach to Finnish national epic Kalevala. Like Kalevala Jade Warrior is a pure melodrama. A story of Kalevala's greatest hero. Written by www.ses.fi
Writer:Antti-Jussi Annila (original idea), Antti-Jussi Annila (screenplay), Marko Jatkola (original idea), Petri Jokiranta (screenplay), Iiro Küttner (story)
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Victoria G (mx) wrote: Unknown actors, n am not a voyer
Joshua L (au) wrote: This movie is pretty jokes. The story is nice and the movie is well done but the characters are pretty jokes.
Tommie G (mx) wrote: Nice mash up of hip-hop and comedy stars come together to celebrate ratchetness. Smoke one & enjoy the comedic stylings & heavily auto-tuned soundtrack by T-Pain
Octavian (es) wrote: [Interested: cannot find.]
Bruce K (jp) wrote: Very good movie. Check it out.
Steve S (nl) wrote: this movie is all sorts of awful. the acting is shit, the script even worse. this movie felt like "chained heat" with zombies, pretty much an excuse for a whole bunch of nudity with lesbian undertones and really, really bad zombie and gore effects. i only really watched this to see tony todd, who was only in it at the beginning and last half hour of the movie. lame.
Arash B (gb) wrote: Nice dreamlike atmosphere & beautiful images by Doyle but the film suffers from overusing the indie spirit cliches, It could have been a lot better & could have had a lot more to offer
Bjorn O (gb) wrote: Snarare tragisk n rolig.
Jacob M (au) wrote: The weakest of the original trilogy, but still a great film nonetheless. The struggle that Luke displays between the light and the dark sides of the force is fascinating. Everyone on this Earth struggles with doing the right thing and Luke shows this multiplied by 100, with so much riding on his decisions. I can't recommend that you start your journey into Star Wars with this film. However, you should definitely take this thrill ride at some point during your Star Wars journey.
Lloyd C (es) wrote: When special effects started to look believable instead of cheesy. Good plot too..
bill s (mx) wrote: A'too low on the drag'type horror flick though Glover was surely born to play these type roles so do not blame him.
Byron B (es) wrote: Prolific Howard Hawks turns The Front Page into a fast-paced Romantic Screwball Comedy. This version especially inserts brand new dialogue into the exposition where we find out that Burns (Grant) and Hildy (Russell) are exes and that Hildy is remarrying a stiff in the insurance business named Bruce (Bellamy). Rather than waiting for the end, the final clincher to prevent Hildy's marriage, Burns manipulates the situation repeatedly to get Bruce delayed by the police. There are major chunks of dialogue from the original play cut and rearranged. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell are in top form as the bickering former husband and wife and co-workers. The leading pair's charisma and timing makes for lots of laughs and it is quite original, only minimally based on the story structure of The Front Page, but when all is said and done I had to reduce my rating by a half star after a recent re-watch on Hulu.
Adam V (fr) wrote: Very good movie, though sometimes the story seems shortly lived. I highly recommend nonetheless though. I honestly do not know why it has such a poor rating on Rotten when loads of other sites are praising it such as I am.
Brandon W (us) wrote: Before That's My Boy came put in theaters, I was actually looking forward to it just because it's not written by any of the usual people from Happy Madison Productions, but by a different writer. Consider that it's directed by Sean Anders, I wished that it was written by him and John Morris because while That's My Boy is marginally better than Jack and Jill, it's still an awful movie that I'm glad that if bombed at the box office. Adam Sandler's accent is annoying and not funny, which I find the young character of Adam Sandler more tolerable. When the beginning starts already with the student-teacher relationship, the whole auditorium founds out about it, the main kid gets a standing ovation from all the students and some of the teachers, and the kid actually got famous from it which there were magazines that has him in the front cover and a TV movie from him, that was when I knew it's going to be that kind of movie that I'm gonna hate because pedophilia is wrong. At times it keeps coming back to that situation about how it's great that the main character did that which make me groan a bit. Adam Sandler acts too much of a jerk, and Andy Samberg just looks a little miserable to be in this film. There's some jokes that are racist, and even has incest jokes in there which shocks me that it's in an Adam Sandler film, and it felt really uncomfortable, and not in a funny way. In a "comedy" film like this with unfunny jokes, there's only one moment that got me a chuckle, which was probably out of desperation, and it was when Andy Samberg found out about what has been going on which gave a grossed out face and shouts "what?" in a way that got me chuckling a bit. A chuckle out of me isn't even close to saving the film as I felt disturbed after watching That's My Boy, and it would've been better as a drama film given with the serious subjects, but it's a comedy film, so it kind of made it doomed from the start.