Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao is a 2002 fantasy martial arts film and sequel to the 1997 film Warriors of Virtue. Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao (set a few years after the original film) sees a new villain, Dogon, seize control of Tao, a parallel universe forming the film's major setting. On Earth, 12–year–old Ryan and his friend Chucky arrive at a martial arts competition in Beijing, whereupon they are unexpectedly taken to Tao. There, it is shown that they are to become Warriors of Virtue. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Warriors of Virtue 2: Return to Tao
Ryan and Chucky are taken to the parallel universe of Tao, where the they learn to become Warriors of Virtue.
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Niki G (es) wrote: A total piece of shite.
Daniel T (gb) wrote: Lynch is known for films that operate within our subconscious. Some of us like this. Other's dislike this. Others don't even get what Lynch is doing in his films. But this is a film for everyone with a heart, which is something we don't ever expect to hear about a Lynch film. The Straight Story is exactly what the title of the film suggests. It's a straight story. Simplicity is Lynch's greatest ally in this film, and that's a good thing on so many levels. It was time for Lynch to break away from the surreal and all of the complications that go a long with surrealism. Sometimes trying to uncover who Killed Laura Palmer, figuring out who the missing ear belongs to, and making sense of Eraserhead gets too overwhelming. We need a film that is as easy to watch as it is to drink a nice cup of damn good coffee. Damn good film you've crafted, Mr. Lynch.
Paul A (es) wrote: Pretty stupid movie, bad acting and dragged out...
Risa C (au) wrote: this is a great movie. it has kelly in it from saved by the bell. its about a person getting a virus and it sprouts a national pandemic and they have to quarantine all of la. its a good movie, i would reccomend watching it. but its a very long movie.
Matthew L (nl) wrote: Engrossing exploration of masculinity follows a group of French Foreign Legionaries stationed in Djibouti, whose harsh surroundings harbor suspicion and conflict. Director Claire Denis displays her usual flair for observation and subtext.
Gary B (kr) wrote: Not greatly a fan of Ms Paltrow or mathematics but the mere presence of Mr Gyllanhaal was enough to keep me hooked as well as an engaging did she didn't she storyline.
Kilo D (ru) wrote: Vadim's adaption is sexy and atmospheric; Malle's adaptation brilliantly plays with the mind both visually and thematically; Fellini's adaptation is genius.
Ryan H (ru) wrote: Go ahead and call me a philistine. Everyone seems to get all excited and up on the idea that this is like a documentary, but it's hard to get fully into it when the cuts don't match up at all for the characters actions. Gena Rolands' hair changes every cut, mouths don't match up from distances, etc. Of course, this is an independent low budget film, but it felt like Al Ruban (and the others who shot the film) were sloppy in their shots and Cassavetes wasn't worried enough about their actions. It is an interesting concept, but maybe I just wasn't in the mood for it today. I can appreciate what Faces and other Cassavetes did for independent cinema, but I didn't find it as realistic or heartbreaking as everyone else does. Conflicts arise right in the middle of conversations without any real reasons for them to pop up. They just happen. Like when he tells Maria in when she starts singing they are making fools of themselves. Why the insult? I'm sure someone will tell me I just didn't get it. Well, that's probably true. While they are at it they can explain to me why the hell everyone is laughing so damn much in the film. I understand using it to make sure everyone knows how uncomfortable the characters feel, but it felt out of place. It was like Cassavetes' go to move. These characters are not realistic, what should they be doing? Laughing! Well, I say skip this one, or maybe I just need to be in a different frame of mind, or maybe it's just not for me. Whatever it is, it felt like such a chore to get through Faces due to characters I never cared about and the lack of a realistic feels even though that's what everyone boasts about.
Justin R (it) wrote: it`s a good movie! in the first part of the movie its a little weird but that is over very fast. after that it is a great movie and i sure recommend it
Richard R (au) wrote: This is my personal favorite of the Star Trek films. They are not trying to save the Earth or the galaxy, but one of their own. It's a much more personal story. This is the only Trek movie in which I felt there was something really at stake. The crew put their lives and careers on the line to save Spock and there are expensive, unrefundable costs. Also, I'm a sucker for a dark tone and a good cliffhanger ending. (Empire is my favorite Star Wars, too.)
Jacob M (jp) wrote: A really solid political thriller.
Jason T (fr) wrote: Great cast and some decent performances. Unlike Crash, a lot of these stories just are not very compelling. The movie gets boring with no good finish at the end. The cinematography is great with good location. Don't expect this to be the next crash.