Kung Fu Kids Break Away
The evil Mr. Chu's control of a village is challenged by a Korean wanderer named Eagle and the three Kung Fu Kids.
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Jan S (es) wrote: Five stars are never enough for me to express how much I was touched by this beautiful film. It's the debut film of the South Korean Director Lee Song-hee-il. The film depicts the story of Su min from the country orphanage who comes to Seoul to study design. However, after several tough jobs, he unexpectedly ends up working as a prostitute in a gay bar. There he meets Jae-min. Su-min refuses Jae-min who??s been trying everything he could to win Su-min??s heart. Jae-min is from a rich and conservative family that doesn??t accept his sexual identity. After experiencing a brief happiness as passionate lovers, Su-min and Jae-min fall into tragic situations.
Sam N (es) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie and it's funny to think that it was based on a true story. You would think that any movie with Johnny Knoxville would stink, but this might just be the exception.
Serdar K (jp) wrote: Guney Afrika'daki irkci rejime direnisi simgeleyen sokak muziginin belgeseli.
Therese O (es) wrote: I loved this. I'm a big Michael Caine fan and I found this to be suspenseful, entertaining, witty and just great!
Josh M (fr) wrote: From what I've read, Hitchcock wasn't really all that excited about being put onto this movie, one of his earlier works. That lack of interest shows. Even at barely over an hour, this is a bit of a drag, and mainly of interest for people curious about watching Hitchcock develop his talent. You can see him playing with tone here and experimenting with some long takes, but the directorial flourishes can't really make this story any more interesting. The plot frequently makes no sense, and the characters never really feel fleshed out or believable at all. Only really recommended for completists.
Cody Y (jp) wrote: Better than you'd expect from a cheap direct to video sequel. Scott Derrickson has a good visual sense that he would later capitalize on in 'The Exorcism Of Emily Rose.'