Big Trouble In Little China is a very underrated (and little known) film by director John Carpenter. It was the third film that saw Carpenter team up with Kurt Russell. But unlike their first two collaborations (Escape From New York and The Thing) this film was a light-hearted action\/comedy.\n\nIn this film Russell plays fast-talking truck driver Jack Burton who gets caught up in a supernatural adventure in the back streets of San Francisco\u2019s Chinatown. The film is filled with memorable characters and one-liners. The scenes between Burton and Egg Shen (Victor Wong) are some of my favorites. Lo Pan (James Hong) is one of the most charming and funny movie villains of all time and the three storms; Thunder (Carter Wong), Rain (Peter Kwong), and Lightning (James Pax) are just plain cool.\n\nDo yourself a favor and watch this movie. I\u2019m sure you\u2019ll have a blast!\n\nI highly recommend this film!
Some of her best movies are included, Wonderful collection !!! I have wanted this since it came out, and it was worth the wait - I would suggest everyone to get this. I am a big fan of CHER's acting abilities as well as her music, so after buying this I will be sure to buy her new cd, Closer To the Truth, when it comes out. She is one talented performer , she is CHER , enough said !!!
Death Proof is superbly made. There's a terrible tension watching these beautiful and spirited young women getting too close to the flame, followed by enormous relief when the mood changes in the second story.
The problem for Tarantino in Death Proof is that the girl talk that occupies so much of the running time is anything but true to the culture 50 years ago. The setting is contempo, but the movie style is period