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Post  Admin on Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:04 am

Repo Men (2010) BRRip EnJoy

[FORMAT]:…………………..[ Matroska
[GENRE]:……………………[ Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller
[FILE SIZE]:………………..[ 550 MB
[NO OF CDs]:………………..[ 1
[RESOLUTION]:……………….[ 1280x544
[ASPECT RATIO]:……………..[ 2.35
[FRAME RATE]:……………….[ 23.976 fps
[LANGUAGE ]:………………..[ English
[SUBTITLES]:………………..[ muxed
[ORIGINAL RUNTIME]:………….[ 01:59:50
[RELEASE RUNTIME]:…………..[ 01:55:34
[SOURCE]:…………………..[ 720p.uncut.MACHD
[iMDB RATING]:………………[ 6.2/10


The Karate Kid (2010) DVDRip XviD-MENTiON MKV (1 Link)



The Karate Kid (2010) Details

Length: 140 min
Rated: PG
Distributor: Columbia Pictures
Release Date: 2010-06-11

Starring: Jackie Chan, Jaden Smith, Taraji P. Henson, Wenwen Han, Zhenwei Wang

Directed by Harald Zwart
Produced by James Lassiter, Will Smith, Jerry Weintraub, Jada Pinkett Smith, Ken Stovitz
Written by Steve Conrad

The fact of the matter is it's been 26 years since the first Karate Kid, and given how many other movies have relied on the exact same formula, a full-fledged remake is pretty fair game. By moving things to China and casting 11-year-old Jaden Smith (as opposed to the 25-year-old Ralph Macchio of the original), Sony successfully put a fresh coat of paint on the rickety old story, and despite a gargantuan running time and paper-thin characters, it's kind of nice to see yet another kid learn the crane pose.

It's hard to know who to credit or blame for the film, since director Harald Zwart was brought in well after things were in development, and the film's likely true authors, Will Smith and the Chinese government that authorized the on-location production, are entirely offscreen. But even though The Karate Kid is a paint-by-numbers remake that exists so Smith can make his kid a star and China can promote itself to the West, it's also exceptionally well shot, frequently funny and touching, and perhaps most importantly, a vehicle for a great Jackie Chan performance. It's not quite enough to justify a two and a half length, but it comes close.


The A-Team (2010) DVDSCR XvID

The A-Team (2010) DVDSCR XvID IMAGINE | 351MB

Director: Joe Carnahan
Writers (WGA): Joe Carnahan (written by) & Brian Bloom (written by) ...
Genre: Action | Adventure
Plot: A group of Iraq War veterans looks to clear their name with the U.S. military, who suspect the four men of committing a crime for which they were framed


14 Blades DVD RIP (2010)


Of all the period action movies that the Chinese are cranking out lately, “14 Blades” is the one I’ve been anticipating the most. It stars Donnie Yen in his usual Donnie Yen role – a tough-as-nails martial arts fighter with few if any equals. Set in Ancient China, the film has Yen playing Qinglong, the leader of the Jinyi Wei, a sort of commando squad/assassins guild that works on the behalf of the Chinese emperor. Members of the Jinyi Wei are highly skilled warriors trained to kill for the Imperial court since they were small boys abducted off the streets. As the head of the Jinyi Wei, it is Qinglong’s duty to haul around a wooden box roughly the size and length of a guitar case, except instead of a guitar, the box is tricked out with all sorts of groovy machines, including grappling hooks and, yes, the titular 14 blades. How a single man can lug around the box and its contents is a mystery, but I suppose it helps that Donnie Yen seems to have packed on some impressive extra pounds of muscle for the role.

True Legend (2010) Movie short clip (ZIP FILE)


The announcement of “True Legend” unsurprisingly caused considerable excitement amongst martial arts fans, given that it saw Yuen Woo Ping, arguably still the world’s best action choreographer, returning to the director’s chair for the first time in 14 years. As if this wasn’t enough, the film was also the first Chinese genre production to make the leap into 3D technology, potentially pushing its fight scenes to a new level of impact. The film’s impeccable pedigree was confirmed by a script from “Fearless” scribe Christine To, and a cast headlined by Vincent Zhao (from the “Once Upon a Time in China” series), Andy On, Zhou Xun, Jay Chou, and Michelle Yeoh, not to mention appearances from the likes of Guo Xiaodong, Shaw Brothers veteran Gordon Liu, Leung Ka Yan, rising starlet Jiang Luxia, real-life boxing champion Cung Le, and “Kill Bill” star David Carradine – all of which combined to make the film the most highly anticipated genre epic for some time.

The film follows the life of martial arts legend Beggar Su (Zhao), beginning as his half brother Yuan Lie (Andy On) turns against him and his family, killing his father and taking his son prisoner. Being unable to beat his enemy and his unstoppable ‘5 Venom Fist’ style sends Su into a great depression, and he turns to drink, living with his wife (Zhou Xun) in exile. Gradually, his passion for martial arts and his desire for revenge return, and he goes into training with the possibly imaginary God of Wushu (Jay Chou), honing his ‘Drunken Fist’ skills and preparing for the coming battle.

“True Legend” is basically a film of two parts, the first charting Su’s development of his skills and taking on Yuan Lie, and then following his later life as a wandering drunk who eventually find purpose and redemption. Oddly, despite this and its epic feel, spanning as it does several important time periods in Chinese history, the film doesn’t really have the feel of a biopic, not that this makes it any less interesting. Indeed, the fact that the film doesn’t take itself too seriously and that it lacks any air of self importance allows it to work more as a straight piece of martial arts action, with its various fantasy elements combining well with its vaguely grounded setting. This certainly helps during the latter stages, when the film heads into territory suspiciously similar to the last act of “Fearless”, pitting Su against a series of gimmicky Western warriors and wrestlers in area combat.

Percy-Jackson-The-Olympians-The-Lightning-Thief 2010 DVD Scr

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File size : 702 MiB
Duration : 1h 51mn
Overall bit rate : 883 Kbps

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Codec ID : XVID
Codec ID/Hint : XviD
Duration : 1h 51mn
Bit rate : 745 Kbps
Width : 640 pixels
Height : 272 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 2.35:1
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Resolution : 8 bits
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Progressive
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Stream size : 592 MiB (84%)
Writing library : XviD 1.2.1 (UTC 2008-12-04)

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Bit rate mode : Constant
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Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
Stream size : 102 MiB (15%)
Alignment : Split accross interleaves
Interleave, duration : 40 ms (1.00 video frame)
Interleave, preload duration : 500 ms


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