Lion vs. Lion

Lion vs. Lion

A teacher comes across a secret list of anti-Ching rebel names and quickly becomes a target for Ching loyalists. The Five Venom's actor Lo Meng teams up with kung-fu comedic actor Wang Yu (not Jimmy) to bring some of the best lion dancing action footage ever seen on film. The amazing lion dance sequences alone gives this film major historic significance where it's the first time Northern and Southern lion dancing skills are compared.

A teacher comes across a secret list of anti-Ching rebel names and quickly becomes a target for Ching loyalists. The Five Venom's actor Lo Meng teams up with kung-fu comedic actor Wang Yu (not Jimmy) to bring some of the best lion dancing action footage ever seen on film. The amazing lion dance sequences alone gives this film major historic significance where it's the first time Northern and Southern lion dancing skills are compared. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jussi M (ag) wrote: Hohhoijaa! Ja joku kehui ttkin jossain yhteydess. Kyll oli taas niin tt.

Matthew M (de) wrote: Low budget movie, with a triumph result. Peter Facinelli (Dr. Carlisle from Twilight Saga) done a very good job as the lead actor and the screenwriter of the film. Also he's had great chemistry with his co-star Jaimie Alexander (Sif from Jaimie Alexander) It's a feel good-romance small movie, that way better than some mainstream romance film!

Danielle K (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie, but I have to admit that Sam's character only served as an unpleasant distraction from the sensational story happening around her. I think this movie could have better served its purpose without the needless sexual tension between Bo, Sam, and Gustavo.

Bryce M (nl) wrote: I tend to watch movies as a single event. I know nothing of the story and I don't look at pedictability as a negative. Every plot line has been exploited to no end so why should I make it an issue?As described, a group of individuals go on a trip to Brazil and end up stranded and in desperate need of help. Kako is a local who recruits people for a man who does organ harvesting. While on expedition Kako has reservations on what he's setting these group of friend up for and although he tries to convince them to turn around the friends elect to continue to the house. While resting and gaining their strenght, the good doctor comes and begins the process of elimination starting with one of the femal friends; her boyfriend is tyed up and will be next. Meanwhile, the other friends are in dog cages as the rain poors and poors. Once they all escape the race is on and, IMO, the "chase scene" is very original and very good. Unconventional so don't expect cars as its just swimming and navagating. I found this movie very entertaining, well acted, a solid plot and story line. I disagree with Rotten Tomatos assessment and would recommend this to anyone.

Thomas P (jp) wrote: Slow and uneventful, and everyone seems horribly bored - especially the director who played a small, meaningless role with flat emotions, as usual.Don't get me wrong, I LOVED Signs - all except for the emotionless role Shyamalan played.He really needs to stop attempting to act in his movies.And stop wasting ppl's time with naval gazing drivel like this.

Alberto C (ag) wrote: Lo lejos que puede llegar un hombre para alcanzar un poco de notoriedad, me enferma, me hace sentir cosas inexplicables.

Carl N (fr) wrote: Bad acting, lots of nudity and plenty of gore. Lovely stuff!

Paul B (ru) wrote: It's not horrendous but it's completely disposable.

Justin R (es) wrote: Enjoyable if somewhat inconsequential and at times lacking in a strong pulling narrative.

Cassandra F (us) wrote: good movie i would like to see it again

Paul A (kr) wrote: lame movie, only decent thing was the cast, it had a very unrealistic scenario, and was for the most part a disaster.

Charles P (jp) wrote: Oliver Stone's intense, potent, slightly uneven political drama paves the way for his equally challenging works later in his career.

Thomas K (ca) wrote: Our tastes do change over time, don't they? 30 years ago this seemed stylish and witty in a sort of deadpan way. Today it seems kind of sluggish and ham handed. Raised a star for memories sake.

mike p (br) wrote: I first wtched this ten plus years ago and at the time i really thought it was boring and awful. But after just recently veiwing it i decided its actually a very well done film. What was I thinking. The storys a familiar one, a man returnes to his hometown in Venice were his Priest brother still lives. Upon his return locals start dying and its up to the Brothers to investigate. Oh yea, the returning brother is plagued by visions of something traumatic from his childhood...of course. But with that standard story Bido amps up the style of with gorgeous photography, without a doubt inspired by Argento's work. And the very cool Stelvio Cipriani's score is performed by Goblin! This isnt by any means essential veiwing, but it is competently made and deserves its average status in my books!

Bill B (ag) wrote: Just gave this a re-watch, and I must say yet again, what a great film this is! Grier is gorgeous and kicks much ass, and I love Sid Haig in his bit part as a pilot towards the end of the film.Well worth tracking down, as you get to source about a half dozen sound bites you've heard in dozens of songs over the years, all from a single film.Recommended.

Michael M (nl) wrote: Hitchcock's second American film, the humor is evokes the kind of thing Spielberg would utilize later--smart, funny bits in the midst of a tense action scene. Classic Hitch set-ups include a chase as seen from above through a sea of umbrellas, a brilliant shot that begins outside an airplane in the sky and ends inside the plane itself, a sneaky hideaway in an abandoned windmill, and a big bang of a finish. The film is particularly interesting as not only a pre-WWII consciousness with an obvious agenda but as a fish out of water story--an American in Europe from a European's point of view. Hitch would amp most of what he introduces here up a level later with NORTH BY NORTHWEST.