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Kujaku ô (1988)

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Two magically powerful monks who were separated at birth are reunited to fight the King of Hell.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Biao Yuen ...
Kông Chùe
Hiroshi Mikami ...
Kujaku
Narumi Yasuda ...
Saeko Kazama
Gloria Yip ...
Ashura
Siu Fong Wong ...
Raga (as Siu-fung Wong)
Ken Ogata ...
Jikû Ajari
Eddy Ko ...
Jigume
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Kubira
Tonpei Hidari ...
Satô
Ken Boyle ...
Archeologist / Excavation leader
Hong Li ...
Kaimashôgejin
Takatoshi Takeda ...
Cop
Hirokazu Yamaguchi ...
Cop
Jun-Chiu Chiu ...
Taxi Driver
Kuo Hua Chang ...
Kubira's Soldier
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Coerced by the evil Witch Raga, Ashura, the Hell Virgin, attempts to unlock the four Earth holes that lead to the Gates of Hell. Together, Raga aims to control the Earth. However, two monks skillful in magical powers set off on a journey to the cities to obstruct Ashura from unlocking the gates and stop Raga. Otherwise, not only will control of the Earth be at stake, but the King of Hell will resurrect and darkness will overcome the world. Written by Oliver Chu

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Incomprehensible story, some impressive special effects
20 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

Yuen Biao is a great, underrated martial artist, and personally I prefer to see him fighting against human opponents with his body (which he does ONLY ONCE, after a full hour, in this film) rather than weird stop-motion animated creatures with supernatural fireballs (which he does a lot more often here). The ambitious, large-scale special effects and sets of "The Peacock King" are worth seeing (even if they show their age sometimes, and they're not as good as those of the same director's "Seventh Curse"), and when the Hell King himself appears at the end, he looks pretty impressive. But the story, which has Biao as a sort of adventurer-exorcist-demon hunter who tries to prevent the end of the world with the help of his equally skilled brother, is just incomprehensible claptrap. (**)


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