S. Yaqub

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Hand Of Death (DVD)   [1976] <b>DVD</b> ~ James Tien
Hand Of Death (DVD) [1976] DVD ~ James Tien
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
After his directorial debut 'The Young Dragons', now-legendary action maestro John Woo directed this seminal kung fu flick, as well as giving Jackie Chan his first credited role.

The story begins of how an evil Manchurian official Shih Shao-Feng (played by James Tien) decides to wipe out the Shaolin Temple, along with his cronies (including a young, yet buck-tooth Sammo Hung). The survivors of the massacre go into hiding, recruiting a group of young men and training them in kung fu. The best of the new disciples is Yun Fei (Dorian 'Flash Legs' Tan), who is chosen to go fend off the Manchus and defend his fellow Shaolin Disciples. On his journey, Yun Fei meets Zorro (Paul… Read more
Bleach - Series 1 Part 1 [2007] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Bleach
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
After a massive following over the net, Manga Entertainment has bought the distribution rights for Tite Kubo's character focused anime series.

BLEACH centers around the world of Kurosaki Ichigo, a fifteen year old high-school kid who lives in Karakura Town. Ichigo is as average as the next kid... but he can also see hear and speak to ghosts.

When coming across 'Shinigami' (as in Death God) Kuchiki Rukia in his bedroom, he learns about the world of the Shinigami and Soul Society: where all souls are destined to go... thats if they've been good. When Ichigo's family is attacked by a 'Hollow' (a soul which is consumed by loneliness and builds a connection with evil)… Read more
True Story ~ Terror Squad
True Story ~ Terror Squad
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Fat Joe has really gone too far... His streeter-than-street group known as Terror Squad was one a dominating force in New Yorks hip-hop scene. Since the devastating demise of Big Pun and the abscence of Cuban Links (the stronger rappers of the group), TS have lost their edge. The slutry Remy Martin is a delight to look at but her rhymes are only good for putting you to sleep. Well I don't see them getting very far. A poor effort.