Qi wang

Qi wang

Hong Kong ad man Ching (John Shum) is recruited by an old friend to boost the rating of a tv game show in Taiwan. After discovering a child with psychic abilities, he sets up a televised ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:109 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:Mandarin,Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Two independent stories involving chess wizards are interwoven to satirize the politics of the Chinese Cultural Revolution as well as Taiwan's capitalist boom of the 1970's. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Qi wang torrent reviews

Allen M (mx) wrote: Love it. A friend of mine complained about the lack of plot but I personally loved how each scene led to the next and the focus was more on the two central characters than anything else.

Cody S (it) wrote: BORIng and Strecheddddd.... Zzzzz

Leigh T (kr) wrote: i liked this attal/gainsbourg combo much more than happily ever after. this one was far less po-faced and had some moments of genuine hilarity. terence stamp really creeped me out though.

Mike W (es) wrote: Cruella Devil is back and meaner than ever.

Tony T (us) wrote: Wow that 9 GB memory inside his noggin! Any compression applied I wander?

Sarah T (nl) wrote: Fond memories of this film from when I was young. Its message is an important one that should be instilled in the minds of the youth from all walks of life. However, that being said this is NOT a Disney movie but Fox Studios should still be commended for their valiant effort to put together a film, especially in the early 90's, with such a strong & clear message. The story is definitely lacking as are the music numbers but for what it is it's still worth a look even after all these years. Oh, & having Tim Curry & Robin Williams in the cast doesn't hurt either.

Hunter W (kr) wrote: Jake Gyllenhaal is so uncomfortably bone chilling and is largely the reason why Nightcrawler works so well, but do not underestimate its stylish direction and intense final 30 min.

Charlotte N (it) wrote: Incredibly moving and utterly absorbing.