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Fei lung gwoh gong is a movie starring Donnie Yen, Niki Chow, and Teresa Mo. A cop is assigned to a case of escorting a criminal to Japan while dealing with relationship problems, and his enormous change in appearance as a result of...

Action, Comedy
Kenji Tanigaki
Niki Chow, Teresa Mo, Jing Wong, Donnie Yen

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Genres Action, Comedy
Director Kenji Tanigaki
Writer Koon-Nam Lui, Kin-Hung Chan, Jing Wong
Stars Niki Chow, Teresa Mo, Jing Wong, Donnie Yen
Country Hong Kong
Also Known As Enter the Fat Dragon, Fei long guo jiang
Runtime 1 h 36 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A cop is assigned to a case of escorting a criminal to Japan while dealing with relationship problems, and his enormous change in appearance as a result of being dumped.

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Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020 03:42

Ever since he made his name in the American cinema with "You're Next" (2002) with Tommy Lee Jones, Benicio del Toro has been all the rage in Asia with his wide range of film roles. "Del Toro" is no exception. Though this is a comedy, it is much more than that. Benicio del Toro is back, and he is joined by fellow cast members Sean Patrick Flanery, Mark Duplass, Anthony Mackie, and Alex Rodriguez, in this "Del Toro" film. The main theme of this film is "del Toro". The director, Ricardo Suarez, has made a movie with all the "del Toro" in it. The entire movie is about the consequences of a father, who wants his son to take care of his business and his wife. However, the son is never satisfied, and therefore he wants to leave his dad to work. The son's father is not happy about that, and the son's mother is forced to go to the police. However, the father, who is a cop, gets a second chance and ends up at the very end of the movie. The son is furious and gets out of the hospital to go back home. On the way, he meets with the father's friend, and they end up at the father's sister's house. He is ready to leave the dad for good. However, the son comes to the sister's house and the father gets very angry. In the end, the son goes home and ends up in his dad's place. That's all I will say. You can't take this movie too seriously, and there are some "del Toro" jokes in this movie. It is just a fun movie to watch, and you can enjoy it with family and friends. I have seen it with all the family and friends in my family, and they all enjoyed it. I personally think that this is a "del Toro" movie. The only negative thing I can say is that the "del Toro" jokes are not as funny as in the first movie, but it is still a lot of fun.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 00:14

When Jackie Chan is on his way to China to compete in the martial arts film "Dragon Warrior" (aka "Chow Lung Gua") he meets a beautiful young woman named "Gong Li" (the real Jackie Chan's real-life wife). Jackie is a martial arts fanatic, who loves the traditional martial arts and is planning to win the Dragon Warrior Tournament, where the best fighter from all over the world will be chosen to be the next champion of the world. The film is about to start and all the big-time Chinese actors are coming to China to participate in the Dragon Warrior Tournament. But then all of a sudden Jackie gets a call from his agent saying that he's not going to be able to make it to China. And in an instant he's out of the country. He tries to catch up to the Chinese actors on the road but he's just too late. He's already lost the girl and now he's out of the country. It seems that Jackie Chan is so angry that he had no chance to win the Dragon Warrior Tournament that he's going to get revenge on the man who ruined his chance to win it. I guess that it would have been better if he just went to jail. But no, he's going to go to the court and demand his $6 million. After getting his $6 million he's going to ask for his daughter back. And he's going to go to the police station and tell them that he was just joking around and that he never did anything wrong. The police chief asks if Jackie Chan had anything to do with it. He just says no. Jackie is going to sue the Chinese actor. If he wins he gets his $6 million back and his daughter back. If he loses he gets his daughter back. The whole story is just silly. The movie was a complete mess, I don't know if it was supposed to be serious or not. It was so random and didn't have a point to it. If you're a Jackie Chan fan, it's worth a watch. But if you're not a Jackie Chan fan it's just a total waste of time.

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