Two young technicians, Filos and Kája, come to a small village that is a bit cut off from the rest of the world in order to find the best place to install a new station for the reception of a cell phone signal. Their arrival understandably arouses a feeling of expectation among the locals, especially when they learn of the interesting financial reward for the owner of the land on which the transmitter will stand. A fight flares up in the village over this reward, and all weapons, those permitted and those not, are put into use. Of course, there is also the question of whether Filos and Kája will be able to live up to the expectations that have been placed on them. Maybe they aren't even who they claim to be... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two young technicians, Filos (Vojtech Dyk) and Kája (Krystof Hádek), come to a small village that is a bit cut off from the rest of the world in order to find the best place to install a ...
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Eliabeth O (mx) wrote: Stopped watching before whatever was meant to happen, happened. It was so boring, don't waste your time or money.
Deepak K (gb) wrote: it's a treat to watch.ntr excelled in all departements.
Linda L (jp) wrote: Otroligt dligt skdespeleri. Hade nskat att filmen varit lika bra som boken. tyvrr s hoppar den fram vldigt fort s man hnger inte med i allt som hnder
Tim M (fr) wrote: Jai White and Adkins work with "one of the most talented directors in the genre" to make a great fight film.
Ale L (jp) wrote: Packed with hardcore action, hilarious jokes, tons of cliches, and some of the craziest and impressive stunts ever, Shanghai Knights is just your average slapstick-action flick, and it never gets old.
Michelle A (ag) wrote: no info = no interest
Dana H (es) wrote: I've never watched a movie and sait so many times "What a bullshit!!"
Carolyn C (fr) wrote: I found this movie droll but I guess it may have some intellectuals arguing about the politics and psychology of it all. I was disappointed to see Rachel Griffiths playing a Benny Hill like character.
Richard L (de) wrote: This is a short (72 minutes), low-budget horror / science-fiction movie with bad acting, limited special effects and one of the 80's-iest soundtrack possible. It can be defined as an amateurish mix between Alien (SCOTT 1979) and Day of the Dead (ROMERO1985). The ending is confusing, but the movie is nonetheless interesting.
Allan C (nl) wrote: Ti Lung stars as a swordsman who abandons his job of assassinating a corrupt prince after discovering that's he's being set-up and a bounty has been put on his head. The fight sequences in the film are merely average, which is still head-and-shoulders above most American martial arts films, but is kind of disappointing because the rest of the film is quite impressive. There is some gorgeous photography, with some very colorful and moody sets, and a better than average storyline. I also always find it funny to watch Ti Lung in these roles because I first became aware of him in more contemporary of action films like "A Better Tomorrow," but apparently he was originally known for his marital arts roles. Overall, this is a solid martial arts film that features some decent wirework and excellent production values.
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Robert R (mx) wrote: Following up one of the most iconic police thrillers of all time is no small order, so, for what it's worth, "Magnum Force" is at least a valid effort. That being said, though, it certainly lacks the level of intrigue, urgency, and intensity that its 1971 predecessor so brilliantly employed, and its first-half is definitely chock-full of trimmable fat. But, on the whole, this is a mostly worthy foliow-up to "Dirty Harry," with enough action to keep you in your seat and a third act that will leave with a very Callahan-esque smirk on your face.
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