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I remember buying this VHS tape back in the day when I was just setting out as a film fan. The cover of the tape made it look a lot better than it really was; let's just say that I'm glad I bought it in the sales. The cover predominantly features pictures of Van Damme and the like in an attempt to draw in the punters.
However, it doesn't feature much on the big name stars like Van Damme or Bruce Lee. Instead, it mainly consisting of filler involving nondescript Chinese guys running around and shouting and jumping. Such clips are of a poor quality and there's little inbetween to link such clips together. I like a bit of action and fighting, but the ramshackle way this 'documentary' was put together is just silly.
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