King Sky (Ekin Cheng), the sole disciple of the Kun Lun Sect, falls in love with his master Dawn (Cecilia Cheung). Dawn is killed when Insomnia destroys the Kin Lun Mountain. King Sky waits for two hundred years and meets Enigma (Cecilia Cheung), who is the reincarnation of Dawn, and in love with her again. However, Insomnia's Blood Clouds is ready to destroy Zu...
- Stars:Ekin Cheng, Cecilia Cheung, Louis Koo, Patrick Tam, Kelly Lin, Sammo Hung Kam-Bo, Ziyi Zhang, Jacky Wu, Lan Shun, Gang Wu, Tian Zhuo, Kai Shi Chen, Kai Kang, Tan Jian Chang, Yi Zhao,
- Country:Hong Kong, China
- Director:Hark Tsui,
- Writer:Hark Tsui (screenplay), Man Choi Lee (screenplay), Adam Bernardi (dubbed version), Ardwight Chamberlain (dubbed version)
Between the heaven and the Earth exist the Zu's mountain range, where live the immortals of Omei, the highest mountain of Zu, but the kingdom is in danger by Amnesia, a renegade immortal ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zu Warriors torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: my little pony rainbow rocks is the best
(nl) wrote: A bit cliche and too predictable.
(nl) wrote: It was better than any generic sleeping pill. I found it slow, and not really funny at all.
(de) wrote: terrible. pointless and degrading.
(it) wrote: Imprint (Michael Linn, 2007)Imprint is one of a handful of movies that have historically made it to my Netflix instant list by mistake-I thought it was another movie of the same name, rated it, couldn't figure out (hey, I was new to Netflix streaming at the time) how to unrate it, and so figured I'd watch it instead. (If you know me, you'll know that the movie I mistook it for was Takashi Miike's infamous Masters of Horror entry of the same name). In other words, I would probably have never found this movie except by accident. I'm glad I did.Plot: Shayla Stonefeather (Unearthed's Tonantizin Carmelo) has worked hard to leave her past on the rez behind, and she's now a successful prosecuting attorney in Colorado. She's got to tread lightly as the movie opens, however; she's prosecuting Robbie Whiteshirt (Joseph Medicine Blanket in his only screen appearance to date), a Lakota Indian from her reservation who has never once wavered in proclaiming his innocence. Rumors and allegations of conflict of interest abound from both sides. In the middle of the trial, Stonefeather gets word that her father is dying, and returns to the reservation to say goodbye. While she's there, Robbie Whiteshirt is murdered, and something seems to be reaching out from the spirit world to let Stonefeather know that she is more involved in this case-and rez life-than she thinks, or than she wants to remember.It's a low-budget indie flick, so if you go into it expecting some sort of Michael Bay cheesefest, you're bound to be disappointed. But take the movie on its own terms and it has some goods to offer, though it's not the best movie you will see in any given month. The plot is well-presented and believable enough if you believe in the spiritual-realm stuff, the acting is about baseline for a movie of this variety (in other words, I'm not going to count points off for, shall we say, some overly-enthusiastic amateurism), and Linn (Into His Arms) has a pretty good idea of what to do with a camera to get the mood and atmosphere he desires. No, the special effects aren't the greatest, but they show an inventiveness with a minuscule budget that has to be respected. This is not a bad little movie at all-give it a look. ***
(nl) wrote: Not John Woo's best.
(nl) wrote: I have no faith in steven seagal or his straight to DVD no more because this film was pure crap. Shame on u Seagal
(ag) wrote: DIS THE SHIT!!IF U AINT GOT IT GET IT
(ag) wrote: Come on, this movie is hilarious, don't take it that seriously
(ca) wrote: i don't like story but i like songs
(au) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR, at the golden globes, and at the oscars
(ru) wrote: As good as the first, if not better.
(gb) wrote: Ronaald Regan and Nancy does an unbelievable job actiing! Makes ANY Sailor PROUD of his envolement in being a sailor or veteran sailor of the United States Navy!!!!!
(ag) wrote: Hard, moving and powerful. Ben Foster is great