Martial Art Master Wong Fei Hong

Martial Art Master Wong Fei Hong

In Canton, the master of a kung fu school dies and his seemingly lazy and undeserving son, Fei-hong, inherits. In the British commercial sector, an opium den opens with the bribed approval ...

In Canton, the master of a kung fu school dies and his seemingly lazy and undeserving son, Fei-hong, inherits. In the British commercial sector, an opium den opens with the bribed approval ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Martial Art Master Wong Fei Hong torrent reviews

Greg W (jp) wrote: good sequel it hits on all the right notes for once a sequel as good as or worthy of the original.

Cayli L (br) wrote: I loved it but I feel like it had some room for improvement. Something about the producers always seem to leave something out that would push it over the top.

Walter M (gb) wrote: "Marwencol" is an intriguing documentary about an intriguing individual, Mark Hogancamp. On a general level, it is concerned with identity, as after having been savagely beaten outside of a bar in Kingston, NY, that leaves him in a coma for nine days and requiring facial reconstruction surgery, he suffers from brain damage that causes a loss of memory which returns in brief flashes.(The most unsettling and scariest parts of the film are of him walking along narrow country roads.) In time, he learns he used to be self-destructive in his heavy drinking which he puts a stop to and is definitely surprised at the amount of women's shoes he owns. Mark does not last long in formal therapy. And no longer able to draw like he used to, he constructs a lovingly detailed reconstruction of a Belgian village from World War II, 'Marwencol,' populated by action figures and Barbie dolls, in which he casts himself as the main hero, simultaneously a man of action and a bartender who no longer drinks like, as he says, Sam Malone.(Which I never saw the logic of, but whatever.) And, yes, of course, there is a time machine. This allows him to work out his frustrations and fantasies safely(especially involving cat fights) and his friends and co-workers feel it an honor to also be represented. So, in the end, you have acceptance.

Rich L (br) wrote: HORRIBLE! Its not the crappy acting, or the shitty plot... the whole thing is OBVIOUSLY filmed in the skydome, yet, in the overhead shots, its Edison Field in Anaheim... WHA?????

Andrew K (mx) wrote: The first 50 minutes are surprisingly enjoyable. Indeed the production values and the villain actors remain entertaining throughout. And the world building of Waterworld is well implemented, even if the scripting could use improvement. Unfortunately there's a lot of stupid and dull moments as the film continues.

Thomas B (de) wrote: Sandra Bullock owns her role and the script that she and the rest of the cast get to work with is surprisingly dense with jokes. Full review later.

Harper C (kr) wrote: I love the others but not this as much

Perrine M (de) wrote: Pour faire court : "T'as d'beaux yeux tu sais?"

Tim R (fr) wrote: Godzilla lives up to the energy and excitement I've always saw it as!

Scott J (ru) wrote: a perfect movie incredible performances gripping story never boring never a second wasted and treats the audience like they have a brain

Jesse O (nl) wrote: I'd have to say that this movie is pretty good overall. I think it's got an unique approach to its story and a visual style that helps set the mood perfectly. You can sense that a lot of work was put into this so, to me, this doesn't feel like the standard horror fare. But at the same time there's something underwhelming about the entire movie. It's never bad, but I think the movie gets a confusing when it's trying to explain backstory or how the powers these "people" have work. You never really have any idea what's going on in these scenes, because they never clearly explain what's going so you have to guess most of the times. There's a good idea here with Fergal being so fed up with living a sheltered life that he does the one thing that puts him in more danger than he already is. But, again, there's not much complexity to these parts either, perhaps it's because the actor playing Fergal isn't necessarily great. The acting is strong, but mostly the veteran actors like James Nesbitt and Kate Dickie do a great job at their roles. It's kind of a shame, as mentioned, that the movie pales in comparison to the other, and better, parts of the film. I think this could've been something special if the script was a little bit more explanatory than it was. It just felt like everything else got more attention than what is ultimately the most important part of the movie, the script. But, even with all that, I still think it's a pretty good movie with some good ideas, a good visual style and good atmosphere that's lessened by a confusing script.