Kung Fu Hustle
Set in Canton, China in the 1940s, the story revolves in a town ruled by the Axe Gang, Sing who desperately wants to become a member. He stumbles into a slum ruled by eccentric landlords who turns out to be the greatest kung-fu masters in disguise. Sing's actions eventually cause the Axe Gang and the slumlords to engage in an explosive kung-fu battle. Only one side will win and only one hero will emerge as the greatest kung-fu master of all.
- Stars:Stephen Chow, Xiaogang Feng, Wah Yuen, Zhi Hua Dong, Kwok-Kwan Chan, Chi Chung Lam, Siu-Lung Leung, Qiu Yuen, Kai Man Tin, Kang Xi Jia, Hark-On Fung, Shengyi Huang, Suet Lam, Cheung-Yan Yuen, Chi Ling Chiu,
- Country:Hong Kong, China
- Director:Stephen Chow,
- Writer:Stephen Chow, Kan-Cheung Tsang, Xin Huo, Man Keung Chan
In Shanghai, China in the 1940s, a wannabe gangster aspires to join the notorious "Axe Gang" while residents of a housing complex exhibit extraordinary powers in defending their turf. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kung Fu Hustle torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Hunter Cope is the man of the future funnies!
(kr) wrote: Excellent debut film by Feo Aladag has already won some 30 int'l awards; 10 of these awards are for lead actress Sibel Kekilli in a touching role of a Turkish wife and mother who violates tradition by leaving her abusive husband and taking her little child with her..
(us) wrote: What do you get when you mix the worst Baldwin with Mr. Jump the Shark himself, some stupid woman who wants a manager, a puppet frog, and a whole bunch of crap I wish I never saw? A kid's movie that would bore any kid to death halfway through with a ridiculously lame ending, making me wish I could have the 1 hour and 50 minutes of my life back. It's good to know the spirit of wasting people's time and money is still alive and well in the film industry.
(ru) wrote: Dy is the best i Am his #1 fan
(au) wrote: Why was one of the most shocking films in the new millennium overlooked? Can it be because nobody likes to see a film where somebody advertising pro-smoking? Well, it's a lot more than that. The movie has been all about freedom of choice, often providing certain arguments to prove a point. Some are very much relevant, others are quite forced. But in this sharp, satirical drama which never chooses a side, everyone is fair game.
(es) wrote: Very good movie about losers. Good script, though chronicity which is needed for the story makes it hard in some moments. Oustanding performances from the main actors, Cage's Oscar is the most deserved one I've ever seen, and Shue is amazingly perfect. Powerful movie which shows how love can be sometimes more real in the most uncommon and terrific circumstances, out from the conventional rules and the expected gestures, which are not workful for this wonderful two characters.
(au) wrote: Hello children (and adults). Today, I will tell you about a movie that accurately depicts a divorce (To my limited knowledge on the subject) accurately. So we kick off with actor Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) doing a voice-over for a cartoon that he quits on when his conscience makes him unable to follow the script. It is here we see Hillard/Williams' voice skills that play a major role later on in the movie. After storming out, he picks his kids up from school: Lydia (Lisa Jakob), Chris (Matthew Lewis), and Natalie (Mara Wilson). It's Chris's birthday, but he can't have a party (According to mommy). Daniel decides to just throw caution to the wind and throw a party that ends with mommy Miranda Hillard (Sally Field) storming in, pulling the plug (literally a plug) and telling Daniel she wants a divorce. After that, we see them in court, and the parents separate, leaving the kids shocked and confused. It's something many children across the United States and the world are put through, and a some of you reading this may have experienced that or something similar. However, (to my knowledge) no one has ever experienced having their loving father transform himself into a woman and become the nanny for his children to spend more time with them because he is limited to Saturday visitations because mommy got custody and has to work and provide. The Hillard kids experience just that. The result is one of Robin Williams' most hilarious roles ever as he (and she) navigate the pitfalls of divorce and leading a double life. There were a lot of hints that Mrs. Doubtfire really was Daniel that Miranda should have picked up on immediately (Like her knowing the way around the kitchen so well on first visit), which isn't even realistic depiction of humanity's inattentional blindness (People's real-world flaw that makes them notice details and not entire memories in video form) in real life scenarios. A month is glossed over in hilarious montages, which work out. As for the climax, well, let's just say that we see real-life consequences of leading a double life that superheroes like Batman and Spider-Man somehow avoided in all their various media. Howard Shore provides a soundtrack that's there, but the prince of noise is songs about women (Like Aerosmith's Dude Looks Like a Lady) that reference Daniel's real identity. The king is actually just no soundtrack of any kind to exemplify humiliation or just plain awkward events. Mrs. Doubtfire proves her worth as a nanny (and a movie), Daniel Hillard proves his love for his children, and Robin Williams (God rest his soul) proves his worth as an actor playing both previously mentioned characters in an unforgettable performance for the ages!
(ca) wrote: Outstanding movie!! It was fun, sad, entertaining, and emotional!! This film is absolutely for the whole family to enjoy from start to finish!! It teaches a valuable lesson to never give up!! The songs were amazing to listen to throughout the whole movie!! The whole cast was absolutely magnificent, especially Christian Bale!! This is one of the best musicals of all-time!! This is obviously a must-see!!
(kr) wrote: Wonderful movie, the dialogue is a gem, enjoy it as absurd as it may seem on the surface!
(kr) wrote: A whimsical "love story" that exhibits Clair's signature mix of hysterical cinematic comedy and pathos. It is also an exemplary piece of sound cinema, which is no surprise- I don't think it would be unreasonable to call Clair the first great film sound artist. This story is wonderfully unconventional and even takes some strange dramatic turns, but the characters (as they usually do in a Clair film) keep our attention and demand our sentiment- or at least our curiosity. I'm not sure whether I liked the ending- I'm still mulling over its surprising twist- but I loved watching the transition between Clair's silent cinema and his sound cinema, and the in-between he liked to occupy at this stage of his career.
(ca) wrote: In the same vein of his other films. Daughter gets kidknapped, Seagal kicks some ass and gets her back. No real shocks.
(de) wrote: this movie is a guilty pleasure of mine
(mx) wrote: Exceptional movie!!! Loved it
(nl) wrote: A great movie, but I think they Americanized it too much. Very action focused.