Defeated in a match at Shaolin, Wu Kung wanders China till he finds his own temple and style of fighting: Tang Sao Do Karate. Years later, student and ninth successor, Hsi Man Kwong ... See full summary »
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Defeated in a match at Shaolin, Wu Kung wanders China till he finds his own temple and style of fighting: Tang Sao Do Karate. Years later, student and ninth successor, Hsi Man Kwong challenges and crumbles all the Chinese kung fu schools in the area.
This is a really entertaining Kung Fu movie. It has 7 masters each of a different style and it is about their trip to fight a single master of many different Kung Fu styles. There are a lot of jokes in the movie and it never takes it's self too serious which was a good way to do the film. Although the plot may not have too many unexpected twists (or be very unique from other "dream team" type Kung Fu Movies) it is entertaining through out. There are so many amazing fight scenes that are done very well that it is good for the Kung Fu movie fan that may have a little ADD. With all that being said I enjoyed the movie but for a non-kung fu fan they will find it horrible. I give it a 7/10 and I bought it on DVD.
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