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A tale of an underdog mistreated by his family, given kung fu instruction from an unlikely source, and redeemed when he comes back to take on foreign champions in a tournament staged before an imperial audience.
I got the movie out for Yasuaki Kurata (great opposite Jet Li in Fist of Legend) and was pleasantly surprised by Bruce Liang. There are great fight sequences in the film, including an extended one between Bruce and Kurata towards the end. It's a fun movie, with some humourous scenes, though unfortunately one has to suffer through Dean Shek's painfully unfunny camp waiter act. Definitely worth catching for both Bruce and Kurata. Boy, can they move!
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