The Blade

The Blade

A young man adopted by a renowned swordsmith, discovers that his real father was killed by a powerful bandit called Lung. Leaving to seek revenge, he runs foul of a group of vicious desert scum, losing his right arm in the process. After being nursed back to health, he eventually learns to compensate for his loss and returns to confront the man who murdered his father.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:remake,   ambush,   sword,  

After the master of the Sharp Manufacturer saber factory abdicates and appoints On, his least popular worker, as his successor, On, unwilling to lead his surly colleagues, embarks on a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Blade torrent reviews

Alfin N (it) wrote: The world is full of liars.

Amanda N (jp) wrote: Cute rom com, very watchable, predictable but entertaining

Dean K (fr) wrote: An ok film produced by the director of The Fast and the Furious. There are some good chase scenes but overall it does have a TV movie feel to it and obviously endorsed by Pontiac! Might not have enough car scenes and action to keep most petrol heads happy!

familiar s (gb) wrote: Too disappointing. Its just an action drama with a (h***ly appealing) social message attached to it. (In fact, the "pay it forward" formula gets on the nerve when repeated over and over again. Should have kept it in a tolerable limit.) Hardly anyone from the bunch of unemployed actors have performed above average. Not that the rest have delivered a praiseworthy performance. The story and its execution, both felt soulless. Going by the reviews, I was looking forward for a great flick. Ironically, the effect it left spares me from having to "pay it forward" to anyone so far as the movie recommendation is concerned.-3/5

Pavan R (jp) wrote: Entertaining movie which moves quite fast. An atypical Jackie Chan movie though.

Prima S (es) wrote: It wasn't as great as I was hoping...relatively sad.

Crystal K (fr) wrote: Gruesome at times but I love the music in this film, and of course, Harvey Keitel is always interesting.

James H (au) wrote: Better than I was expecting it to be, it has some very intense moments and for the most part, it is interesting. There are a few lulls along the way though. The performances are fine.

Jonas B (us) wrote: Watched this movie in the 80's when I was a kid. The music was imprinted in my mind forever. The photography was purely art. The weight of the consequences of various past decisions became so heavy as the plot evolves and who's to cheer for if only the rules weren't made that way and the three of them could have finished together. One of my favorite movies.

Christopher E (au) wrote: Although the mindless action can be somewhat entertaining, "Battleship" has nothing else going for it. During a seemingly innocent naval competition in the Pacific Ocean, these battleships are met with an alien force that's here to take over earth. Based on the popular board game, sorta, Peter Berg will direct this sci-fi action/adventure flick as they try and defend earth from the seas. The only reason I own this movie is for those moments when I want to watch something so dumb and mindless that it's somewhat entertaining. If I want to turn off my brain completely and vaguely pay attention to what's happening on screen, I can pop in this film. This film is for those demanding little, in compensation for receiving little, only to be dissapointed that this movie is less than what you even asked for in the first place.The writing was the biggest flaw in this movie. Granted, there were a COUPLE moments where the screenplay was okay and the comedy was fun, but for the most part, the movie was filled with random one liners, slight racism, stereotypes, stupidity, and lazy dialogue. The screenplay was mostly bad, with a hint of decency. Like I said, it really is okay at times, and even made me chuckle a few times, but it felt like it was written by multiple people, all with different skill levels (*cough, cough* it was). The overall story was fairly unclear and their was a decent abundance of plot holes. There were a lot of things that lead to the nonexistent story and the lack of ark that we got. What are the aliens doing here? Why do they attack some things and not others (We know why but it's inconsistent)? Why this and why that? The story was convoluted and it was clear that there was no one clear direction in mind. The cast was also filled with questionable choices. Taylor Kitsch was fine as the lead role, and his character actually had some decent development through the film. Alexander Skarsgard yelled the whole time, making his character unrelatable and unlikable. Rhianna was a very odd choice for a supporting character. Liam Neeson did little to nothing, making his casting choice a wasted opportunity. Brooklyn Decker was fine but her character was almost utterly useless. Tadanobu Asano was a very stereotypical character, and the list goes on and on. No one really impressed me in this movie, either due to lack of quality screenplay or lack of skills. Michael Bay's fingerprints were printed all over this movie. From the out of place sunset shots, random explosions where they shouldn't be, stereotypes, racism, and over sexualization of woman, he's everywhere. I mean, you have Peter Berg at the helm. Let the man direct! He has plenty of skill and you don't need to come in here and "Bay" it up.The visuals were pretty solid and at least made the movie worth looking at. From the action scenes to the camerawork, I was pleased with most of the shots and the CGI. It's not the greatest by any means, but it certainly gives the movie something worth talking about.In the end, by no means is this a quality film and I'll barely remember it in the coming days, or hours, or minutes.

Jordan B (br) wrote: This is a B-grade fantasy/action flick, and very enjoyable if you realize going in what you're in for. The graphics are inconsistent, sometimes very believeable, sometimes....not. It was kinda funny to see Timothy Dalton looking older, and to see Sean Bean in something other than Lord Of The Rings. (He was why I had wanted to see it when it was on TV originally...) Overall, not bad. Should satisfy anyone who wants an alternative to Disney...

Jose M (de) wrote: I thought this was an excellent film despite being low budget and an Indie production. It was on par with movies such as Frequency or Primer. I thought it brought a sense of realism to the characters who were developed to the point where you cared about them. Asks the typical philosophical questions regarding time travel but does add in a twist that even a time travel buff such as myself didn't see coming. Well worth the 90 minutes.

Adam R (nl) wrote: The first half was adventurous and I really enjoyed it, but after the intermission it started to drag on a little. It really is a remarkable effort though. The all-star cast and scenery make it a film well worth seeing, and I loved the American folk music. It would have been nice to see it in the theaters to truly appreciate the Cinerama style. (First and only viewing - 4/19/14)