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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Linda's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

  2. MarcusArcus's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

  3. Samuel T.'s rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    35mm. Best film title of all time.

  4. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    I don't remember much about it, other than I liked it and Tarantino stole some stuff from it in Kill Bill.

  5. FISCHER's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Devenue film culte, cette référence absolue du genre "Wu xia pian" reste un must incontournable, qui séduit et fascine, surtout dans sa première partie, par l'incroyable chorégraphie des scènes de combats, l'hiératique beauté de l'actrice principale et une maîtrise visuelle vraiment époustouflante. www.cinefiches.com

  6. Andre Flickatina's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    you got it all wrong! you drink the wine first - then you fall down

  7. SlinkyLi's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Simple directness draws high level wuxia tension via theatrical performances, natural but dramatic shots, and conservative sound design.

  8. Pinguin's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    A collection of eastern martial arts tropes, acted out with cardboard swords. Classic fun, but easily surpassed by modern offerings.

  9. film_lies101's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Nowhere as transcendent as 'A Touch of Zen', but then again few films are. This is a must see for kung fu/martial fans as this is the film that turned the genre onto it's head and made it into an art form in of itself

  10. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

  11. miles's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    meh - some good bits, some boring bits, I'll give it another go in a few years time/

  12. msmichel's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Classic cinema from director King Hu who with his first foray into martial arts helped reinvent the genre. Effects and action choreography may seem a little weak compared to the 90's resurgence but put in context of the times it's very impressive. Pei-Pei Cheng is magnificent as Golden Swallow with several fantastic set pieces throughout. Memorably shot with a simple elegance throughout.

  13. Vincent T's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    an entertaining film despite all the gore. The ending staggers somewhat, and besides a few moments of self-importance and larger-than-life duty, the film is worth seeing.

  14. Yongjia Li's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    罄室尽鼠辈,狸奴偏生醉。竹竿轻策勋,金燕又单飞

  15. Sơn Nguyễn's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    The heroine, the plot and some scene are so classic. This is the first wuxia movie of King Hu. So I think it deseve 4 stars. Although the final battle is too weak if compare with today.

  16. Charles Coleman's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    The action sequences are great, the dialogue is fun, and the actors are excellent. I also loved camera work, the sets, and the costumes in this film. The songs were a bit too silly and the plot was spotty but that's fine because the action is so great. The lack of score in a lot of the action scenes was such a beautiful and smart choice, definitely enhances every other aspect of the film, like a beautiful ballet.

  17. Scorpio Velvet's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

  18. M Klein's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Another step on the road to watch every film King Hu has made. Chen Pei Pei beautiful in repose, feral when she moves or talks.

  19. TFCHooligan69's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    An entertaining film. Cheng Pei-pei was pretty cool here.

  20. ElTigreNegro's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Good, but King Hu did better. Neverless, be sure to watch this in a proper transfer, and not a crappy poorly subtitled version like i did.

  21. Trevs's rating of the film Come Drink with Me

    Its action set pieces are staged in a strategically paced manner, and seem to be lifted from samurai films, especially those by Kurosawa, mixed with Western stand offs. Realism isn't a word often used to describe wuxia/martial arts films, but I feel it can be applied to Come Drink with Me. This almost looks like how actual martial artists would engage in serious combat.