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Don't expect brilliant fight scenes or action/stunts
Don't watch this movie for the action, great stunts or kung fu fighting there are only one actual fight the finish. I've nothing bad to say about that scene The movie starting out well too, with some action and a little fight/shooting scene (Yuen Biao makes a really high stick-jump and does a great stunt too). But then there isn't any more to be amazed about, the story didn't catch me at all
If I should recomment some great Biao/Hung films to watch I would choose Prodigal Son and Magnificent Butcher instead. Shanghai Shanghai is not a good choice skip this one is my advice.
Stars: 3 out of 10
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