The Magnificent Ruffians
Venom regulars Philip Kwok, Chiang Sheng, and Sun Chien star as a gang of unemployed martial artists who spend their days stuffing their faces at local restaurants and letting the staff beat them up instead of paying the bill. Their fortunes appear to improve when the head of a local security agency hires them to take out the competition, who their new employer insists is up to no good. But the boys are being played for fools, and after an unfortunate misunderstanding, they unite with their former adversary to take out the true villain.
- Stars:Hui Chi Chen, Sheng Chiang, Yu-lun Huang, Philip Kwok, Huang-hsi Liu, On-lai Liu, Meng Lo, Feng Lu, Lao Shen, Chien Sun, Ching Ho Wang, Lai Wang, Li Wang,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Cheh Chang,
- Writer:Cheh Chang, Kuang Ni
Yuan Ying Fei is the descendant of the one known as Golden Sword and himself is a master of the technique as well as being boss of the town. He is so a cruel man and has killed his sparring... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Magnificent Ruffians torrent reviews
(it) wrote: pretty dark cartoon. love it.
(fr) wrote: David Fincher's version has some significant changes but keeps the dark and ardent atmosphere of the 2009 film, however it's hardly a match for the Swedish original.
(jp) wrote: The vietnamese grandpa was pretty funny.
(kr) wrote: In a town ensnared by twisted, moral consequences, a haunted detective unwinds the costly truth that "the ends never justifies the means."
(it) wrote: well I was expecting something else but everybody started to sing songs.
(mx) wrote: Uplifting. Loses points though for having the stupidest ending , probably in cinematic history. Worth a watch though.
(fr) wrote: Amusing and stylish given the period, the dubbing is annoying noticeable even in Cantonese though.
(mx) wrote: A successful pastiche of numerous science fiction films, executed with an entertaining, tongue-in-cheek flair that compensates for its absence in originality.
(ag) wrote: not interested at all
(kr) wrote: An amusing effort that perhaps doesn't hit all the marks that it wants to. Ahead of its time in terms of spoofing a popular genre (except this is actually funny - something we're robbed of with modern parodies). The cast is great, with Robert Morley and Jennifer Jones being the standouts. I also thought it looked quite nice. Typically eclectic work from Huston, but certainly worthwhile.
(es) wrote: While it's a little heavy on the syrup this is a nice family film with sincere performances by the cast save one. The little blond girl who plays a neighbor is truly noxious.
(gb) wrote: Absorbing (and unpredictable) tale that examines the aftermath of the assassination of the head of the Nazi occupation ("the Hangman") in Czechoslovakia for both the resistance and the occupiers. Our sympathies lie with Brian Donlevy (the assassin) and the woman he accidentally drags into the fight (Anna Lee), whose father (Walter Brennan, a university professor here) is already under suspicion by the occupation. "Bert" Brecht contributed to the story/screenplay and sued the producers when he didn't get the primary credit -- some traces of his philosophy remain but this is a thriller in the Hollywood mode of the time.
(ca) wrote: Exploring the hardships of adolescence, Cracks is a provocative period drama. When a new student at an English all-girls boarding school begins questioning her instructor's integrity, she finds that the other students start to resent and ostracize her. Starring Eva Green, Juno Temple, and Imogen Poots, the film has a solid cast, and they give some good performances. However, they're playing pretty stereotypical characters, and the plot is formulaic. Still, there are some hints of intrigue and suspense; but it's not developed very well. Yet despite its lack of originality, Cracks is an engaging film that's atmosphere and beautifully shot.