Tiger partakes in a Kung Fu contest, he wins the contest and the grand prize: the right to marry the daughter of the town's most wealthy figure. In order for Tiger to marry Ting, Tiger must...
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Alexander Rei Lo,
Alan Chung San Chui
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Diego is a film director very close to death, surrounded by people who are having trouble dealing with his current tempestuous mood. Chances are he won't survive, but if he does, that means he needs to relearn how to live.
Maria Fernanda Cândido,
A martial arts instructor from the police force gets imprisoned after killing a man by accident. But when a vicious killer starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help the police in return for his freedom.
Tiger partakes in a Kung Fu contest, he wins the contest and the grand prize: the right to marry the daughter of the town's most wealthy figure. In order for Tiger to marry Ting, Tiger must accomplish 3 objectives: obtain a Kung Fu manual from a bitter Shaolin Monk, visit a brothel and steal a jade from a lady boy there, and steal a ruby from a deadly yoga master.
Kung Fu vs Yoga is another one of hong kong cinema's hidden gems. On the surface, it is poorly conceived, strangely acted, and badly dubbed, but the action well makes up for that. The characters are unique and original, leading up to the final battle with Singh at the end, which is one of the most unique fights in HK cinema history. Singh's otherworldly flexibility is worked into the battle, which lasts about 15 minutes in 3 segments. No one has ever attempted this, nor will any ever succeed at topping this. Truly unique in all aspects, Kungfu VS Yoga is worth seeing.
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