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The coolest display of multiple styles in one flick!
This movie is so cool because you have seven kung fu masters, each with a unique fighting style, duking it out with a Japanese karate master. The coolest part is that each style--Hun Gar, Wing Chun, Monkey Fist, Choy Lee Fut, and others--gets its own part of the spotlight and a neat description to accompany it. The opening credits provide an impressive display of masters and these styles that I still love to this day.
Ok, it's not the best movie, but it's fun...and fun to laugh at.
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