A young man (Bruce Li) unwittingly gets wrapped up in a money scam. When he refuses to give the cash back, the bad guys kidnap his girlfriend and hold her hostage in the Tower Of Death. ... See full summary »
Shrewd'n'suave Chang Wong and his redoubtable female partner devise an elaborate plan to take out a heroin drug ring led by the nefarious Paul. Moreover, Wong also works for a rival ... See full summary »
A hero cop accidentally leads his team into a trap from which he is the only survivor. Drowning his guilt in booze, he is eventually assigned a new younger partner who turns out to have his own secrets.
A young man (Bruce Li) unwittingly gets wrapped up in a money scam. When he refuses to give the cash back, the bad guys kidnap his girlfriend and hold her hostage in the Tower Of Death. Once there, he is given two options. Watch his girlfriend get thrown off the top or fight various martial artists on 7 different levels to win his girlfriend back. Written by
A black boxer was included as one of the pagoda masters in this movie because of rumors that Bruce Lee was going to ask Muhammad Ali to be one of the pagoda masters in his Game Of Death movie (the rumors were false). See more »
Making a quick buck on the death of the great Bruce Lee? This is it. I've seen Bruce-exploitation movies that were worse. At least this one has some kind of a story. The movie starts about a guy who is asked to finish a Bruce Lee movie. They show him the movie. But this movie is a complete movie and after that movie-within-the-movie the whole movie is done. It's disturbing. The most boring part of the film is when the main character has to climb a tower and fight some martial arts experts on every floor. Really, really boring. The scriptwriters didn't do a lot of effort here. A lot of story lines are being started up, just to be forgotten about afterward. What happens to the money? What happens to the brother and his girlfriend? Who called the police? Who's that other bad guy (the one from Korea) and what becomes of him? I would have been a lot better if they'd make a kung fu movie without trying to jump on the Bruce Lee wagon and get the screenplay right.
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