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If you are a Kungfu classic fan, you must get this film. Warning, you must be patient through the first 10 minutes of this movie. If you can survive the first five minutes, you will definitely be rewarded. This movie has absolutely great fight scenes and a cool story. As the movie progresses the fight scenes become more and more vicious. Why this movie is never listed among the great classics like, 5 deadly Venoms, Master Killer, Snakefist and the monkey shadow and so on, is baffling. Though the movie starts pretty silly, things get pretty serious and stay serious for the remainder of the movie. For Icing on the cake, Wilson Tong makes an appearance. I am absolutely positive that it has the best final fight scene in Kungfu cinema History. A Must See!
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