Mar Tien Liang is the master of the Magic Kick. When his home is attacked by the Fang Kang he effortlessly defeats his opponent, but his wife Mar Tien Liang is horrified to witness such ... See full summary »
In wake of the First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), a group of Japanese warlords calculate that the best way to prepare an invasion of the rest of China from their southern Manchuria ... See full summary »
Complicated mix of Chinese history and myth, where old Shaolin friends find themselves on different sides, one a Ching general, and the other faithful to Ming. Deception is used as well as ... See full summary »
A wealthy merchant hires the services of several top martial artists to escort a consignment of treasure out of the province The escort is constantly attacked and finally the mission is ... See full summary »
SHAOLIN DEADLY HANDS (SHAOLIN INVINCIBLE GUYS) opens with gold-toothed country bumpkin Yang (Chen Kuan Chi) looking for work with a local Triad. He has his pocket picked by Yao Fong before running into a robbery-in-progress by the Ching Li gang and foiling it. Fong catches a dealer in a gambling den cheating and promptly cleans house, then loses legitimately to Triad boss Ti Yen. Yao is desperate to buy the freedom of his 16-year-old girlfriend, Lin, from the brothel where she's stuck. Yao ends up throwing in with a gang of 5 street urchins. Yang is turned away by the Triad joins Yao and the urchins. Here, again, we have some good action and all the motivation(s) a pair of righteous avengers could ask for.
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