The ten million year-old Princess Dragon Mom (Terry Liu) attempts to conquer the earth with her legion of mutant monsters. In response, Professor Chang (Wang Hsieh) creates Inframan, turning a young volunteer into a bionic superhero to save the world. However, the Princess kidnaps Chang's daughter. Can Inframan save her and the planet before it's too late? Written by
Jeremy Lunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This film has historical importance: -The first superhero movie in China. -The first movie promotion in Hong Kong using a hot air balloon. -The first Shaw Brothers production using a storyboard. See more »
During several of the fights between the creatures and the Silver Suited Men, several of them have tears in the crotches of their uniforms (seen when the men land on their backs and their legs are not together). See more »
Rayma, now you are filled with power and energy! For you, nothing will be an impossibility! Your senses are intensified, so you can even see and hear through walls!
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Time to own up: Inframan is one of my favorite movies. This film is nothing less than an hour and a half of ferocious martial arts, monsters in costumes cheaper than you can imagine, and the fearsome pronouncements of Princess Dragon Mom - and it's a blast. I rent this movie at least once every couple of months just to remind myself how much fun a low-budget film can be. After all, how can you not love a movie whose villainess has her lair decorated with what appears to be Saran Wrap, and whose hero has to free himself from "liquid ice"?
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