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Tai quan zhen jiu zhou (1973)

 -  Action | War | Drama  -  July 1974 (USA)
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During the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930's, the leader of a small resistance movement attempts to get information to sympathizers in China.



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Credited cast:
Angela Mao ...
Wan Ling-ching
Jhoon Rhee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billy Chan
Wing-Hon Cheung ...
(as Yung-Han Chang)
Chi Chu Chin
Kenji Kazama
Ching-Ying Lam ...
Andre Morgan ...
Father Lewis
Wilson Tong
Lai Wang
Ing-Sik Whang
Anne Winton ...
Carter Wong ...
(as Carter Huang)
Wen-hua Yu


During the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930's, the leader of a small resistance movement attempts to get information to sympathizers in China.

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July 1974 (USA)  »

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Kickmaster  »

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very bland
1 December 2001 | by (Toronto Canada) – See all my reviews

I won't waste your time by describing the plot for this, the other reviewer already did this quite well. I will however give you my opinion of this movie. This movie is basically anti japanese propoganda. The japanese are portrayed as incredably evil b**tards who have respect for nothing, as well as having very poor martial arts skills (groups of japanese men get there asses kicked by single women on more than one occasion.) The fact that the japanese fighters lose almost every (if not every) fight in the movie kind of takes away the suspense. The plot is actually quite solid and perfect for a kung fu movie though. The problem lies in the fact that there's not much fighting. When there are fights some of the fighting is quite good, but other scenes are choreographed badly. One scene angela mao takes on six japanese in a church and kicks all their asses. The problem is they show her fighting them one by one when they're all supposed to be attacking at the same time. I gather this movie was incredably cheap considering how cheap some of the sets are. They use the same village set for when they are in korea and when they are in china without changing it at all. Some scenes are filmed at real locations though, and they look good. Overall the only real problem with the movie is it's slow moving and uninteresting plot. Since there are few fight scenes we have to rely on the plot for entertainment and, well, I wasn't entertained.

one and a half stars out of four

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