Kung Fu superstar Meng Fei dons the mantle of the legendary martial arts hero Fong Sai Yuk. The Manchu government has a huge bounty on the head of Fong Sai Yuk. Many top fighters and Manchu...
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Kung Fu superstar Meng Fei dons the mantle of the legendary martial arts hero Fong Sai Yuk. The Manchu government has a huge bounty on the head of Fong Sai Yuk. Many top fighters and Manchu Generals attempt to ambush Fong, finally the stage is set for the most deadly trap of the entire duel on the plum blossom posts! Don't miss it!
This is one of the best "Kung Fu Theater" type movies out there. Meng Fei is an ideal hero, he's youthful and charismatic with a mischievous grin. Chang Yi plays General Ma, and man this guy can ACT!! He brings a very dramatic feel to every movie he's ever been in. He really is world-class. He is probably the most famous villain of the entire genre along with Hwang Jang Lee. And Lung Chun Erh is simply the most beautiful thing I think I've ever seen. I think they call her Cherry Lung in this flick. She plays Meng Fei's girlfriend and man am I jealous. The soundtrack is decent for this type of movie as well. The only gripe I have is the transfer. It's a bit grainy and blurry, so it's not even worth watching on say a projection TV. If you have plasma or LCD, it's much more enjoyable. Maybe they'll remaster this one, but I won't hold my breath. Another rather humorous aspect I noticed was that Bruce Law plays Fang Ting, the "fake" Fang Sai Yuk. Bruce Law played "Wimp Lo" in "Kung Pow, Enter the Fist". To summarize, this film is a must see for any die-hard enthusiasts.
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