Celebrated director Chu Yuan helms "Descendant Of The Sun", a Superman meets Hercules a la old style martial art film. Derek Yee is a magic solar baby sent Earthbound by a benevolent god, raised by an old carpenter, has martial art superpowers and "green kryptonite" loses them during solar eclipses. That's when the evil baby counterpart shows up. Demon-paced martial arts action by Jackie Chan's kung-fu classmates Yuan Pin and Yuen Hua compliments Toho Studio style special optical effects. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Heidi G (fr) wrote: Esta peli trata acerca de la responsabilidad, el amor y la familia!!!
Lee M (au) wrote: A verbose exercise in profanity that wastes the talent of a bunch of fine actors who sit around and discuss how best to restore the bruised ego of one of their hardened gang.
Jenna G (kr) wrote: Angie Harmon is terrifying, and her performance makes me even more scared of her, BUT this is not a good movie AT ALL. It's just cheesy. I laughed most of the way through it.
Amelia M (us) wrote: What a great doc. As Pipkin's kids get older they keep asking harder questions about the state of the world. He turns to Nobel laureates to help formulate questions and answers for the future. Quite empowering, inspiring, awesome in the best sense.
Jamey P (br) wrote: Simply one of the best films I've ever seen. The Lives of Others isn't your typical cloak and dagger drama. The direction and acting are hand-in-hand flawless. The story is slow but unfolds in riveting fashion. A masterpiece plain and simple.
Matthew M (it) wrote: The world's most formulaic (to the page number) script, with stilted EVERYTHING. Add onto that Meg Ryan's awful acting and garbled accent, and bizarre directorial moves left and right (why are we staring at this person? Move the camera. Someone, move the camera). Here's a great screenwriting tip: If you can't tie up all the loose ends you've laid out, especially the complex emotions of your two protagonists, make sure they stare wordlessly at each other in the final scene. That way unintelligible emotions can pass over their faces, and then one of them can start a slow clap, that even the villain joins in on. Great. I also hate boxing.
Davin G (de) wrote: Great sequel! Another good, raw film
Lauren B (it) wrote: Three points to make.1. Australia's version of 'This is England'2. Good Soundtrack3. Apparently Crowe was a babe
Marcus W (it) wrote: The amount of sex in this becomes numbing long before the end. I actually started wishing they'd go for a walk or something, just to take a breather.
Jace L (nl) wrote: To the average viewer it may seem strange and simply uninteresting, but 2 or 3 things is a poetic piece of Godard's. It challenges the purpose of film and doesn't strive to tell a great story.
Desiree V (fr) wrote: HOLY CRAP THATS MY NAME!!!!!!!!This movie is pretty good.Marlon Brando seriously does look like Napoleon Bonaparte.
David F (kr) wrote: Somewhat inventive and creative romantic comedy. It treats its scifi elements very casually which makes them palatable to a scifi phobe like me.
Fredie g (gb) wrote: One of the funniest movie I have ever seen.