Falsely accused for cheating in a martial arts competition, two boyhood friends are banished from their Shaolin Temple and go their separate ways. As adults, they join opposing sides in a civil war. When one betrays the other, they settle their differences mano-a-mano.
- Stars:Jet Li, Michelle Yeoh, Siu-Ho Chin, Fennie Yuen, Cheung-Yan Yuen, Shun Lau, Hai Yu, Kam Kong Chow, Yung-chang Ho,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Woo-Ping Yuen,
- Writer:David B. Baron (english adaptation), Jack Maeby (english adaptation), Scott Smith (english dialogue), Michael Sorich (english adaptation), Kwong Kim Y
Jet Li was a monk in Shaolin. In a friendly competition for a higher place in Shaolin, his childhood friend almost kills a fellow student for using a concealed weapon (which cannot be used ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tai-Chi Master torrent reviews
(br) wrote: The film isn't bad but it is not great either. It feels like an after school special. The film reminded me of movies like Win Win, Vision Quest, The Fighter, Invincible, and the Karate Kid. Only those movies were better than this one. They needed a better director and a better script. I didn't like that they had songs in the film during scenes that didn't need songs. The film is also predictable.Patricia Clarkson shines in the film. Her best scene is with Cena in jail. Cena, I thought was better here than in 12 Rounds or The Marine. I would like to see him do a film with Mark Wahlberg. Danny Glover also shines in his supporting role. Devon Graye and all the other cast members felt miscast in their roles. Devon has no chemistry with Cena or Clarkson.The film is worth checking out for the performances of Clarkson, Glover, and Cena.
(fr) wrote: A decent enough documentary about the cult behind Troll 2, it's a little odd at times but its fun to see where the cast and crew came from and went. At some points it gets a little awkward. The movie is a love letter to the fans, and shows that there is a little worth to every movie.
(it) wrote: when your really good at something it can take you places that enrich your craft far beneath what you don't know existed. a thirst never tapped, a livelihood you never think you could live without. but is it real?
(jp) wrote: a very good turn from Alan Arkin- no Cato or Dreyfus and not directed by Blake Edwards but still very good much better than Steve Martin
(ca) wrote: funniest film ever!!!!
(us) wrote: Good music, good dancing and just really entertaining. :)
(mx) wrote: This movie had potential, but squandered it. The story of how a normal, average woman ends up in the porn industry had a lot going for it. It started well enough and seemed to be building to something profound. Instead, from a point it just drifts, and ends up going nowhere. At times it seems judgmental, then next moment titillating. Instead of objectivity the writer and director try to hedge their bets.On the plus side, Ashley Hinshaw is great in the lead role. Stunningly beautiful, and convincing. James Franco proves yet again that he is vastly overrated as an actor, coming across as a clueless kid in a school play. He is may well be the male version of Kristen Stewart...Heather Graham does well in a supporting role. Dev Patel seems a bit miscast in his role.
(ru) wrote: You know a film is rubbish when a villain gets shot through the guts at close range and the next day is hauling in two bags full of money. Next time the director should find a good script before wasting everybody's time and money. ps. this movie was called The Deadly Game in Australia, not even an original title. The Gently Damned would have been better.
(us) wrote: Although not the smartest movie, Big Trouble in Little China is a lot of fun from start to finish, and if you feel like watching something that is very 80s and kinda silly, this movie is a great choice.
(us) wrote: Sort of reminds me of a Tarantino flick (minus the amazingness). But none the less cat run accomplishes a good story with an even better villain in Janet McTeer. Quentin needs to get ahold of her.