The Young Dragons

The Young Dragons

The powerful mobster Leung, who is protected by the dangerous and wicked Huan Fai, sells two hundred Japanese weapons and ammunition to a Chinese gang. He uses the smuggler Luy Fu to bring ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   police,   dead girl,  

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The Young Dragons torrent reviews

Eric R (ca) wrote: A pretty intricate look into the life of Hugh Hefner. The film follows Hefner's progression from a young man, to one of the most influential people of our time. It shows how Hefner really was a major factor in civil rights. The film is definitely a fluff piece; the style of the documentary is pretty basic and doesn't bring much new to the table, but its still a rather intimate portrait of the man.

Alberto V (jp) wrote: todo lo q es... una pelicula de relleno..son de esas pocas peliculas, q veo y luego, inmediatamente, shift+supr5mentarios...

Scott S (jp) wrote: It's your modern tale of a distressed old man who finds friendship in a youth. P.S. there's no pedophilia.

James H (gb) wrote: Fair thriller, not very convincing. The actors are fine, they try. It is generally interesting but not very memorable. Ordinary score.

Art S (ru) wrote: Fly on the wall drama about camels in Mongolia and the humans who love them. Eschewing voiceover narration to let spectators absorb events as they unfold, this documentary (which may have scripted elements) captures a different way of life (and pace of life) than most of us would be used to. Awesome too that music plays a pivotal role in reconciling our heroes.

Anni H (ru) wrote: Thompson is simply amazing.

Jens S (fr) wrote: In this very unusual documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog revisits the Peruvian jungle and other locations throughout Europe, where he filmed movies with his long-time protagonist Klaus Kinski. Throughout this journey that mostly consist of interviews with fellow companions and Herzog's unbelievably funny anecdotes about the love-hate relationship with the egomaniac actor. While all that's filmed and presented really calmly and may sound boring for many, it is still full of humor and very interesting insights both into film making and Kinski's personality. There is also some original footage of his tantrums, which is clearly the highlight of this film. The fact that there was more to Kinksi than met the superficial eye is the surprise of this film. And the final scene with the butterfly is so incredibly sweet and beautiful, you actually feel maybe he wasn't such an asshole after all.

Goms B (fr) wrote: first time that i've seen emily watson actually worth looking at. usually when i think of her i think down syndrome hehe. always loved rachel griffiths though she's weak on this one. kept wondering throughout the film if they both know how to play the instruments they play on the film(griffiths:flute-watson:cello), maybe i'll do a little research, wait... and according to wikipedia, they've been synchronized by real musicians, wouldn't expect them to be great flutist ancellist. both deserving of their oscar noms on this film though!!!

Miuho K (nl) wrote: "28...30,40,50,60...t passando to depressa."

Devin Rose S (nl) wrote: fasinating story following an odd, literary pair over a number of years...the movie really moved me. a dialogue film.

Justin S (ru) wrote: If you are a fan of Tilda's work in more recent movies like Michael Clayton and Benjamin Button, and you haven't seen The Deep End; do not miss this! Tight thriller that's all about the things families don't discuss. How come Goran Visnjic isn't Eric Bana?

Adayla S (nl) wrote: A classic film that I look forward to sharing with my own kids.

Jesus C (it) wrote: A 90's movie... that somehow has special effects that aged very well, and with some nice satires.The acting is decent, some of the character aren't very well interpreted but you can see them growing and becoming better. For example, Rico changes from being a rich kid to a badass soldier, and you really see him getting better and better.The special effects, aged well. The aliens look intimidating even when they have the graphics of a 2003-2004 videogame, but their roars and how they are rendered makes them intimidating. The fights have thrills too, you are worried about Rico and his people.The plot, is kinda hit and miss. It's like a mix between a B-Movie and a drama, sometimes it takes itself seriously and sometimes it doesn't do it at all; I mean some characters even mock about some plot points.The music is ok. The main theme is easily remembered, and the theme where they go down and fight the aliens for the first time is pretty dramatic and helps the scene. Too bad the rest of the soundtrack is not as good.It doesn't matter if it is a bad adaptation of a book, it is a good movie on it's own.

Nathan P (ag) wrote: This is a movie in which the dialogue is one quip after another, and it works perfectly. Broken Lizard nailed it on only their second movie. Classic and quotable for everyone.

nebty4ever k (au) wrote: I really like this film......