My Young Auntie
Cheng (Kara Hui Ying Hung), a beautiful martial arts ace, battles to keep her inheritance from the ruthless Yun Wei (Johnny Wang Lung Wei), but her efforts are sabotaged by Yu Tao (Hsaio Ho), her wayward and irrepressible great-nephew. Following a frenzy of spectacular comic mishaps, the hapless duo are setup and imprisoned and the deeds to Cheng's estate are stolen. She is held hostage after a doomed attempt to reclaim the papers back from Yu Wei's place, and the stage is set for a savage fight to the death.
- Stars:Chia-Liang Liu, Kara Hui, Hou Hsiao, Lung Wei Wang, Tung-kua Ai, Wing-Hon Cheung, Tat-wah Cho, Yeong-mun Kwon, King Chu Lee, Hao-ming Liao, Hui Huang Lin, Ke Ming Lin, Chia-Hui Liu, Te-Lo Mai, Hsin Shen,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Chia-Liang Liu,
- Writer:Chia-Liang Liu (screenplay)
Cheng (Kara Hui Ying Hung), a beautiful martial arts ace, battles to keep her inheritance from the ruthless Yun Wei (Johnny Wang Lung Wei), but her efforts are sabotaged by Yu Tao (Hsaio Ho), her wayward and irrepressible great-nephew. Following a frenzy of spectacular comic mishaps, the hapless duo are setup and imprisoned and the deeds to Cheng's estate are stolen. She is held hostage after a doomed attempt to reclaim the papers back from Yu Wei's place, and the stage is set for a savage fight to the death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: I love the intimacy between Mark Webber and his son, but the pretentiousness is obnoxious. It's like Mark is dead convinced that his struggles are so compelling to himself that they just need to be committed to film. This film was touching, but did it really need to be made? I don't think so. Sorry, Mark.
(ru) wrote: Insightful & informative documentarry about The NYT - how they write end edit their artciles, and how they try to cope with the media crisis.
(nl) wrote: This movie is pretty corny!
(it) wrote: for some reason i really like these latin movies, america ferrera is sooo pretty! the parts with the grandmother were a little weird
(mx) wrote: Holy crap, how did I not see this before? Might be tied with "GMK" for my favorite of the Heisei/Millennial series, and the Godzilla and Kiryu/Mechagodzilla suits might be some of my favorites of all time; pretty awesome how nimble the Mecha suit seems for how bulky it is. On top of which, these might be best building models ever in the franchise. This is absolutely "Pacific Rim" in the Godzillaverse and actually avoids some of the mistakes "Pac Rim" made, starting with a focus on one action lead and keeping the story about her trials and successes. This makes her more interesting than Raleigh Beckett and Mako Mori all day, every day. Hell, her arc is probably more interesting than Rey's from "The Force Awakens."
(nl) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
(gb) wrote: Goldie and Mel try and do the "Midnight Run" action/comedy thing. It doesn't work. This is a loud and annoying pile-up of genre cliches, chases, shootouts, and forced "witty banter." Not believable for one minute.
(ca) wrote: Really good. It like one of those unheard of movies that is really spectacular. It's got the classic Tom Hanks feeling to it with some great actors & actresses. I really love the performances by his parents (Jacky Gleason & Hector Elizondo, the boss). Definitely a keeper.
(au) wrote: Another film I'd always wanted to see since the video shop days which disappoints. I reckon our video shop only bought the really bad movies with intriguing covers. This is an example of what happens when you spend all the money on the monsters and none on the cast.
(ru) wrote: Incredible. The acting was phenomenal and casting was perfect. VERY sad
(kr) wrote: Has its moments of awesome humor, some of it pretty crude for what should be an "art" film (lots of fart jokes actually, including one involving a hot poker), and an ending that is sensational with lots of devils and angels and Satan taking a shit. Lots of fun.... and Tom Baker is in it. Full NC-17. There is no K-9 to help. Just Baker and his porno moustache. He alone bumps the film up a star; I'm still critical of the acting being so amateurish at times and the dubbing, but...goddamn, some of this will haunt me forever.
(mx) wrote: I wanted more thrills, but still got plenty of enjoyment.
(us) wrote: Steve McQueen at his coolest playing San Francisco police detective Frank Bullitt, who is on a mission to find a crime kingpin who killed a witness under his protection. Besides McQueen being Steve McQueen-cool, the film features what many consider the all-time greatest car chase scene, which very well may be true.
(ca) wrote: great story about a wonderful musician. Influential and powerful lyrics are what push this movie. Cinematically it fails. Why couldn't they find this guy a wig that fit? At least get the transitions right. One scene he has him with short hair driving to Arizona and by the time he show's up with the awful wig.
(it) wrote: Again, not a big fan of Zach G(I honestly don't feel like typing out his long last name) but here he's not so bad even though it feels like more of the same of his Hangover character with a southern twang. As for WIll Ferrell, this is a much weaker version of his Ricky Bobby portrayal, who's also from North Carolina oddly enough. It's funny sometimes, but overall it's a really stupid movie.
(au) wrote: An old film, but a modern classic. I don't think I will ever get bored of this film.