The King of the Streets
Yue Feng (Yue Song) is a young thug with exceptional streetfighting abilities. He will stop at nothing to defeat all challengers - until, in an tragic accident, he kills a fellow competitor and is sent to prison. Eight years later, Yue Feng emerges a changed man. He no longer fights, and is looking for a new life of peace and fulfillment. But it's brutal on the streets, and redemption doesn't come easy. His brotherhood is destroyed, family members murdered, and a loved one humiliated - a deadly chain reaction that leaves him no choice but to unleash his power in the name of justice.
- Stars:Li Chang-Hai, Kang En, Yang JianPing, Yang JunPing, Becki Li, Yue Song, Li YuFei,
- Director:Zhong Lei, Yue Song,
- Writer:Shen Cheng, Yue Song
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(it) wrote: If you consider yourself a true horror fanatic and refuse to settle for the cheap thrills of movies that make you what until the last 20 minutes for something to actual happen, you know the different between torture films and horror (torture films: the torture is the star, horror: the villain(s) committing the torture are the star), and you like a great story that feels less like a story and more like a part of your life experience, u will appreciate this movie! it is horror, it is suspense and as in life, this is very little to laugh about.
(kr) wrote: why are there so many movies about moving coffins across long stretches of wilderness? Must be the third we have seen... cold HR manager finds his true self by moving a dead employees body from Israel to Romania... a long, long road...
(us) wrote: In this day and age; it takes some balls to release a black & white film with little (if any) special effects of any kind. The thing is, Javor Gardev has balls, big one for that matter.Zift is a neo-noir (et blanc) film tracing the story of "Moth", having been jailed in Bulgaria's transition's process to communism. The story starts by its end, with a humorously grotesque story of a man taking vengeance over his wife's deception by unloading three tons of crap in her lover's apartment. This parable clearly sets the tone of the movie as a whole. Then comes a succession of scenes, with somewhat of a guideline (thematic if not temporal) that guides the viewer through a vivid criticism -through parofy- of Soviet Realism. To end right where it started.The film manages, with a budget equivalent to an extras' salary in any Hollywood movie, to impress. The cinematography has its good times, but never disappoints. The script is well written, with excellent monologues from "Moth"; and Domo Alexiev's portrayal of the main character is excellent. The main issue with the movie is the editing (too short to convey it's message, and too messy -especially for someone who's not necessarily familiar with Bulgarian language/culture) and the score (music when put upfront is good, but the instrumentals during some scenes don't fit with the images shown).Well, I recommend it to anyone who isn't afraid of indie black and white films; and want to see something about communism with another edge than your typical western European or Russian movie. 4.
(ag) wrote: A Danish-made answer to Japanese horror, complete with creepy, long-haired ghost and stylish direction. Takes a bit to warm up but once the scares come, they come fast and fierce.
(mx) wrote: This was a cute, sweet family movie...worth one watch.
(br) wrote: U need to have Faith????
(br) wrote: Biazzare and sexy. Gary Oldman at his absolute hottest!
(gb) wrote: If this film wasn't produced by Disney, it would likely have been something that ran on the art house circuit and have never reached a mass audience. Charles Martin Smith plays a scientist researching caribou in the great white north, which are suspected of being killed by wolves. Directed by Carroll Ballard, the film is a beautiful story of a lone man connecting with nature. The film also includes a colorful supporting performance by Brian Dennehy in a pre "Silverado" or "F/X" role (though post "First Blood"). A terrific film!
(us) wrote: Flawless. Excellent.
(es) wrote: A solid western which shares more with a Shakespearean tragedy than a gunslinger pulp mag. Set on a cattle farm, thins stir up as new arrival Jubal (Ford) catches the eye of the bosses wife. What unfolds is the timeless dance of jealousy and survival. While very dense in structure, the cast makes this movie very enjoyable and lively. Glenn Ford delivers, so does Rod Steiger who plays a delightfully evil nemesis and adds an existential depth to the film, unusual for classic US westerns. Great if youlije Westerns !
(nl) wrote: Great title, weak film. Wayne escapes after being held prisoner two years by the Chicoms and is asked to help an entire village flee communist China and escape to Hong Kong aboard an old paddleboat. Bacall is in top form in this and Mike Mazurki has what is about the best part in his life, but Wayne is saddled with a "imaginary friend" he talks to throughout the film he names "baby" (oddly, Bacall's nickname). "Baby" helps him get through the 2 years of captivity without going crazy (or maybe not!). It's a awkward device and doesn't fit the Duke. William Wellman's direction is plodding and there's no way the interiors of the ship match the size of the exterior shots of the ship. Look for Wayne old buddy Paul Fix as the spokesperson for the Chinese villagers.
(au) wrote: Keanue Reeves ends up in a load of great films despite the fact that he can't act. The one time that they need someone to play Ted "Theodore" Logan this millenium and he doesn't get the part. Okay in parts but the two leads weren't as believable as other classic stoner movies.