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When his friend's fiancée is kidnapped, truck driver Jack Burton (Kurt Russell) embarks upon an unlikely adventure beneath the streets of San Francisco's Chinatown. It seems that the fiancée, green-eyed Gracie Law (Kim Cattrall), has been taken by 2,000-year-old wizard Lo Pan (James Hong), who needs to marry a woman with green eyes if he is to regain his physical form. With guns at the ready, Jack storms into the Chinatown underworld ready to rescue Gracie from Lo Pan's clutches, but with the supernatutal and martial arts forces that are ranged against him, it's a task that is going to be anything but easy.
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PhilK10/02/2020 13:48

Enjoyable, bit not one to buy and keep


I personally think this is a fantastic one to buy and keep. I could watch this over and over again, it's a superb film IMO
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Enjoyable, bit not one to buy and keep
people still buy dvds new? I was expecting this to be for BR, at least
crumpo10/02/2020 13:56

people still buy dvds new? I was expecting this to be for BR, at least


Excellent question. I hope you find the answer you’re looking for. Keep us all updated.
PhilK10/02/2020 13:48

Enjoyable, bit not one to buy and keep


I personally think this is a fantastic one to buy and keep. I could watch this over and over again, it's a superb film IMO
Great film!!! .....but is it time for a remake?..... :/
elwynevans1310/02/2020 14:24

I personally think this is a fantastic one to buy and keep. I could watch …I personally think this is a fantastic one to buy and keep. I could watch this over and over again, it's a superb film IMO


Agreed, a fantastic romp.
sxxychocolate10/02/2020 14:41

Great film!!! .....but is it time for a remake?..... :/


No, I don't think there is any point remaking good films even if they have aged a bit. Same with The Crow. No need for it to be remade . It is still watchable (it's actually one of my favourites of all time).

If there are going to be films that are rwmase it should be films which had potential but didn't turn out well
How about a sequel?......
WoodRust10/02/2020 16:21

Already out - Big trouble in China: Coronavirus



Yeah that's on in Brighton at the mo.
Edited by: "SmutBuffet" 10th Feb
There were rumours of a remake of The Asphyx.
Is it better than “One night in China”
Just as Jack Burton would say it’s all in the reflexes

Brilliant film
exhausted10/02/2020 15:06

If there are going to be films that are rwmase it should be films which …If there are going to be films that are rwmase it should be films which had potential but didn't turn out well


Definitely.

A perfect example is Dune, the 80s film could easily have been a classic but ended up a complete mess, the remake is due out the end of this year,
Kim Cattrall back in the day........
spoo10/02/2020 19:01

Definitely.A perfect example is Dune, the 80s film could easily have been …Definitely.A perfect example is Dune, the 80s film could easily have been a classic but ended up a complete mess, the remake is due out the end of this year,


Wow. Thought that for years. Read the book and imagined the people I'd have playing the roles. The result was a disaster. Couldn't blame the actors, even though they were all poor - director was pants and the screenwriter was worse. (DUNE that is, not this)
Edited by: "PhilK" 10th Feb
Dwayne, get your finger out and get the Reboot made asap
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Wang Chi: You ready, Jack?Jack Burton: I was born ready.
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