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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-5-3 16:24     标题: 【整理】2008-05-04 Forbidden Kingdom 功夫之王

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Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe. I am talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li.


Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner in present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China. He plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. The two of them do just what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot.


The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences. Even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.


There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista. This was filmed mostly on location in China.


And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you just sort of have a mild curiosity about them, this is not a bad place to start.

[ 本帖最后由 sharpenxu 于 2008-5-9 16:49 编辑 ]
作者: 20080310    时间: 2008-5-3 17:43     标题: HomeWork

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it's the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe,some talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

 

Both of them played two roles in this movie.Jackie Chan plays an eldly junk shop owner in present day,Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China.

 

Both of Jet Li's roles are in ancient magical China,he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk.The two of them do,just you would expect them to do,in the movie like this,they fight a lot.

 

The scene that would attract both efficient * of the * and maybe some new comers to it is the action fight sequences even know these guys are both getting on in years they still pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action * King.

 

There is a framing story that partly take place in the contemporary USA.Michael Angarano is a young man who's crazy about Kung Fu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances.And Natchez keeps you going along till you get to next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China.

 

And the next over the top fight sequence,whether you love this movie and will see any movie with Kung Fu in it,or you just * had a mile of curiosity about the Mrs not a bad place to start.

[ 本帖最后由 20080310 于 2008-5-3 17:46 编辑 ]
作者: petersburg    时间: 2008-5-3 17:58     标题: homework

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, some talking back Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

 

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner and present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. The two of them do what you’ll expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot.

 

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences, even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

 

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu, and in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about this is not a bad place to start.

 


作者: hotfresh    时间: 2008-5-3 18:08     标题: homework

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it's the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe,some talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li. Both of them played two roles in this movie.Jackie Chan plays an eldly junk shop owner in present day,Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li's roles are in ancient magical China,he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk.The two of them do,just you would expect them to do,in the movie like this,they fight a lot. The scene that would attract both   aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers  new comers to it is the action fight sequences even know these guys are both getting on in years they still pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action * King. There is a framing story that partly take place in the contemporary USA.Michael Angarano is a young man who's crazy about Kung Fu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances.And Natchez keeps you going along till you get to next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. And the next over the top fight sequence,whether you love this movie and will see any movie with Kung Fu in it,or you just seemed have a mile of curiosity about the Mrs not a bad place to start. [ 本帖最后由 hotfresh 于 2008-5-3 18:13 编辑 ]
作者: sunsetaway    时间: 2008-5-3 18:16

homework__on 20080310

 

'Somebody might get you hurt.'

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it's the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe,some talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

'So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.'

 

Both of them played two roles in this movie.Jackie Chan plays an eldly junk shop owner in present day,Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China.

 

Both of Jet Li's roles are in ancient magical China,he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk.The two of them do,just what you  expect them to do,in the movie like this,they fight a lot.'We can kill each other one year's older.'

 

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some new comers to it is the action fight sequences even know these guys are both getting on in years they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Wo Ping.

'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one way which can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.'

 

There is a framing story that partly take place in the contemporary USA.Michael Angarano is a young man who's crazy about Kung Fu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances.And that just keeps you going along till you get to next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China.'What would you know?''How good is you Kung Fu?''What?'

 

And the next over the top fight sequence,whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kung Fu in it,or you just sort of had a mild curiosity about them, this is not a bad place to start.

[ 本帖最后由 sunsetaway 于 2008-5-3 18:35 编辑 ]
作者: lixb1234    时间: 2008-5-3 19:23     标题: on小彼得

'Somebody might get hurt.'

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, I am talking about the Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

 

'So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.'

 

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner and present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical of China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just as what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot. 'We can kill each other when is over.”

 

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences, even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one way which can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.'

 

 

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. 'What would you know?''How good is you Kung Fu?''What?' And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu( and去掉) in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about this is not a bad place to start.


作者: 文丽丽文wl    时间: 2008-5-3 20:34

hw

 

Somebody might get hurt.

 

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, I am talking about the Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

 

So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner and present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical of China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just as what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot. 'We can kill each other when is over.”

 

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences, even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak...but one way which can ruin your whole day.With pleasure.

 

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. 'What would you know?''How good is you Kung Fu?''What? And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about this is not a bad place to start.


作者: carol_zhengmin    时间: 2008-5-4 14:28     标题: on lixb1234

'Somebody might get hurt.'

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, I am talking about the Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

'So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.'

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner in present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical (去掉of) China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just (去掉as) what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot.

'We can kill each other when it is over.”

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences. Even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

 'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one way which can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.'

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China

'What would you know?''How good is you Kung Fu?''What?'

And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about this is not a bad place to start.

[ 本帖最后由 carol_zhengmin 于 2008-5-4 14:30 编辑 ]
作者: xkx    时间: 2008-5-4 16:18     标题: carol_zhengmin

使劲听,才找出两处,还不太保准!嘿嘿~

'Somebody might get hurt.'

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, some? I am talking about the Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

'So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.'

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner in present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot.

'We can kill each other when it is over.”

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences. Even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

 'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one way which can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.'

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China.

'What would you know?''How good is your Kung Fu?''What?'

And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about them this is not a bad place to start.


作者: carol_lee2008    时间: 2008-5-4 17:42     标题: Homework on文丽丽文wl

'Somebody might get hurt.' Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe, some body I am talking about the Jackie Chan and Jet Li. 'So, where're you from?' 'Shandong province? You look like the Shandong province type.' Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner and present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical of China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China, he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just as what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot. 'We can kill each other when is over.” The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences, even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping. 'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one way which can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.' There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. 'What would you know?'' How good is you Kung Fu?'' What?' And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you’ll just sort of have a mild curiosity about this is not a bad place to start. [ 本帖最后由 carol_lee2008 于 2008-5-4 17:43 编辑 ]
作者: 中南海122    时间: 2008-5-4 22:07     标题: home

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it's the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe,some talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li. Both of them played two roles in this movie.Jackie Chan plays an eldly junk shop owner in present day,Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li's roles are in ancient magical China,he plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk.The two of them do,just you would expect them to do,in the movie like this,they fight a lot. The scene that would attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers new comers to it is the action fight sequences even know these guys are both getting on in years they still pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action * King. There is a framing story that partly take place in the contemporary USA.Michael Angarano is a young man who's crazy about Kung Fu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances.And Natchez keeps you going along till you get to next fabulous mountain vista this was filmed mostly on location in China. And the next over the top fight sequence,whether you love this movie and will see any movie with Kung Fu in it,or you just seemed have a mile of curiosity about the Mrs not a bad place
作者: markus2000    时间: 2008-5-4 23:33

on xkx

'Somebody might get hurt.'

Forbidden Kingdom was directed by Rob Minkoff from a script by John Fusco and it’s the first ever film to unite two of the great stars of the martial arts action universe. So I am talking about \ Jackie Chan and Jet Li.

'So,where're you from?' 'Shandong province?You look like the Shandong province type.'

Both of them play two roles in this movie. Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner in present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China. Both of Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China. He plays the Monkey King and also the silent monk. And two of them do just what you expect them to do in a movie like this—they fight a lot.

'We can kill each other when it is over.”

The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequences. Even though these guys are both getting on in years, they still are pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping.

 'He who speaks does not know; he who knows does not speak.' '...but one white witch can ruin your whole day.' 'With pleasure.'

There is a framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA. Michael Angarano is a young man who’s crazy about Kungfu movies and he finds himself sucked into one by a series of rather complicated and contrived circumstances. And that just keeps you going along till you get the next fabulous mountain vista. This was filmed mostly on location in China.

'What do we do now?''How good is your Kung Fu?''What?'

And the next over the top fight sequence. Whether you love these movies and will see any movie with Kungfu in it or you\ just sort of have a mild curiosity about them, this is not a bad place to start.

作者: linda@hefei    时间: 2008-5-6 13:53     标题: linda

Somebody might get hurt. Forbidden kingdom was directed by rob minkoff from a script by John Fusco And it is the first ever film to unite the two great stars of martial arts action universe, some talking about Jackie Chan and Jet Li So where are u from Shandong province u look like a shangdong province type Both of them played two roles in these movie Jackie Chan plays an elderly junk shop owner in present day Boston and also a drunken itinerant fighter in ancient magical China both Jet Li’s roles are in ancient magical China he plays the monkey king and also the silent monk. And two of them do just what is u expect them to do in a movie like these fight a lot We can kill each other when these is over The thing that will attract both aficionados of the genre and maybe some newcomers to it is the action fight sequence even though these guy are both getting on in years they still alert pretty spry and lively and they are helped by one of the great choreographers of martial arts action Yuen Woo-ping. He who speaks doest not know, u who knows does not speak But one white witch can ruin ur whole day with pleasure there are framing story that partly takes place in the contemporary USA Michael Angarano is a young man who is crazy about kungfu movie and he finds himself sucked into one by a serials of rather complicated and contrived circumstances and that keeps u going along till u get the next fabulous mountain vista. This was filmed most location in China What do we do now? How good is your kungfu? What? and the next over the top fight sequence whether u love these movie and will see any film with kongfu in it or u just sort of have a mild curiosity about them, this is not the bad place to start.
作者: earl415    时间: 2008-5-6 22:07

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