Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters

Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters

Po and the Furious Five uncover the legend of three of kung fu's greatest heroes: Master Thundering Rhino, Master Storming Ox, and Master Croc.

Po and the Furious Five uncover the legend of three of kung fu's greatest heroes: Master Thundering Rhino, Master Storming Ox, and Master Croc. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters torrent reviews

Jaro P (ca) wrote: Stylish timepiece drama

Keith S (mx) wrote: One of those movies where you keep waiting for something to happen but it never does.

Dan M (jp) wrote: One of the worst Star Trek movie. It's a shame too because the idea behind it all could have made a really great film. Contemplation of God, meeting God, meeting Spocks brother (who I have personally known, which made me want it to be better) etc., but it just didn't work. It was pretty boring to be honest. It was directed by Shatner and that's what it was a pile of Shatner. Haha. We'll it wasn't THAT bad, but it was THAT good either. Still worth seeing if you are going for the full Star Trek, trek.

Aniko V (it) wrote: a little old-fashioned, a little outdated.

Greg W (kr) wrote: the best of (so far) 2 versions of this tale

Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

Erik G (nl) wrote: Strange to say, I was reminded quite a lot of Lost while watching this with the columns of smoke and the jungle.

Drew M (de) wrote: Best Merry-Go-Round scene of all time!

Julio S (de) wrote: So the writers need to stop making films and start doing something good in their lives.

Tomas T (nl) wrote: A simple but a very powerfull Western - the Day of the Outlaw - follows the traditional Western archtype with its powerfull men, submissive ladies and the inevitable showdown between the "good" and the bad. As stereotypical as it might sound and be, the actors in the movie give such outstanding performances that it makes the movie rise to the great western's league. A small town is resolving its inner quarrels between farmers and the town's de facto ruler, a cattle rider named Blaise, when a group of savage outlaws on the run invade the town. The town folks quickly put a side their quarrels and rally under the leadership of Blaise and try to hold out against the chaos wreaking outlaws. After few townsmen shot and some near cases of lady molesting by the outlaws, Blaise comes up with a self-sacrificing plan to lure the outlaws out of the town and save the day. The movie can be described as incredible simple and yet very powerfull. The acting of the whole cast is terriffic, directing dramatic and the typical over acting - so familiar in a classic Westerns - is done with good taste. The must be included romance sequences have some really powerfull dialogue attached to them: when Blaise and his loved one try to settle their feelings, they are very convincing. All this packed into a tight package of 1h 30min makes the Day of the Outlaw just plain great Western.