Young Dragons: Kung Fu Kids II
Get set for more kung foolery with everybody's favorite warrior waifs! After being trained as unbeatable kung fu fighters by their cantankerous grandpa, the three kung fu kids move to the big city and become adored media stars. Then they discover the nice old lady who took them in is actually their gradma herself a magical kung fu master! So, when grandpa shows up to claim the kids, granny challenges the old man to a hilarious, no holds barred battle to decide once and for all who's champ. Join the high kickin, special effects filled fun and adventure with the Young Dragons in Young Dragons The Kung Fu Kids II
Picking up from the events from their previous adventure, the Young Dragons (Ah Kuo, Hsiao and Chubby) are living the good life in modern day Taiwan with their grandparents who are finally ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young Dragons: Kung Fu Kids II torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: King Cobra delivers chills but writhes badly on its own stupidity.
(it) wrote: Nothing much to write home about
(de) wrote: This movie is intense, just like in the book. The first time I saw it I loved to guess the mystery and I love how Bo's character is so sure of what they have. The book is better but I feel this is one of the most accurate portraits I've ever seen. The actress plays Reena's part so well, she makes it feel like she's gone through everything and build the character by being strong.
(kr) wrote: Stop making these movies.
(it) wrote: Short and sweet, Transporter 2 is your typical action romp.
(jp) wrote: Very Brazilian-esque, heavy with their traditions and off center stories that often feel fantasy like.
(gb) wrote: A lame movie with a two plots that did not mesh well together for an exciting show. There are some good laughs (B movie style), plus Rodney Dangerfield is amazing as the mayor, but Lori Loughlin just does not cut it for the moral authority.
(mx) wrote: really good family movie
(ru) wrote: A canvas of a working class life cycling through time, painted with bittersweet music and heirlooms of generations.
(ca) wrote: unconvincing romantic angle is portrayed by Bonnie and clyde and a loose plot serve to undermine the heist action and shootouts
(nl) wrote: A scathing satire of the self-serving hubris that results from war, "Paths of Glory" offers up nearly every facet of the army for criticism, condemning army officials looking for promotions at the expense of the lives of their men with complete disregard for human life (army officials presented as hilarious caricatures with put-on affectations who indulge in lavish parties, doll out meaningless/tone-deaf advice, and take credit for the success of their troops), the underlying current of empty patriotism that permeates the entire structure of any war, the indifference that is paid to issues involving psychological trauma in favor of empty machismo, the impossibility of holding those who run the military industrial complex accountable for their actions, the simplistic inadequacy of the army's legal systems, etc.There are several witty juxtapositions involving the brutal conditions of the trenches and the posh living quarters the generals stay in, as well as a blink-and-you'll-miss-it bit about the sanctimonious influence of religion on army structures that is dead on. Most admirable among its heady ideas is the complete contempt it has for empty constructs of "honorable" masculinity, drawing attention to the ridiculous idea of the "strong father figure" who lectures and discipline the poor, childlike underlings who supposedly don't know better, this idea the basis for most of the conservative ideology that is still spewed on broadcast news stations to this day.Kubrick may have been an enigma of a human being, but his films make clear his penchant for progressive thinking and for holding up flawed power structures for ridicule; his anti-war sentiments are boldly on display here. As a piece of his larger filmography, "Glory" is a initial burst of creative and intellectual power that signaled his greatness, and in regarding his work as a whole, it absolutely stands among the best films he ever made.
(de) wrote: One of my all time favourites. Sterling cast and superb acting.
(kr) wrote: Early film from director Michael Powell with partner Emeric Pressburger about a group of Nazi U-boat naval officers stranded on Canadian soil and trying to make their way home. Fascinating exploration of the various Canadians they encounter and try to convert to their cause or use to get home. Film features great use of locations and was shot by renowned cinematographer Freddie Young ("Lawrence of Arabia," "Doctor Zhivago"). Definitely some anti-German propaganda but totally understandable for the time it was made. Film does however give some sympathy for the Germans involved which must have been shocking to some back in 1941.
(kr) wrote: La pelcula es basura, pero las morras la hacen soportable.