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First warning: when the bad guy Hu Pao chases the guy cheating with LuLu and flies off the balcony into the "backyard", I can imagine any guy cringing in pain watching this guy in nothing but black briefs and rolling around on the lawn with blades of grass sticking to him. And the CLOSEUPS of him!! That's the only bad thing in this really fun "who's the killer?" kung fu flick.
Bruce Li in an original role as a cop. His fighting seems more natural and there's a lot of battles in this one. There's some humor to help balance it out, but there's lots of action and the hits have decent power. The kung fu instructor who helps Bruce Li later on really looks like he can fight and almost matches (if not for limited screen time) Bruce in the movie. However, Bruce Li is my fave and these types of movies where he doesn't have to pay 'homage' to Bruce Lee are a blast to watch. Definitely see it for LuLu!!!
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