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7 jin gong (1994)

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Action and gymnastics form a very happening combination! The result is a stunt-filled, action-packed spectacle. Wonder Seven is about seven martial artists, each with different skills, who ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
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Ying
Ning Li ...
Jeffrey
Andy Hui Chi-On ...
Kent Cheng ...
Fatty
Roger Kwok ...
Steelbar
Xin Xin Xiong ...
Shaolin Monk
Vincent Lau ...
Dragon
Hilary Tsui ...
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Hoi-Shan Kwan ...
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Elvis Tsui ...
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Chi Ming Liu
Siu-Ming Lui
Kam-Kong Wong ...
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Action and gymnastics form a very happening combination! The result is a stunt-filled, action-packed spectacle. Wonder Seven is about seven martial artists, each with different skills, who come together to take on a group of international crime organizations. Written by Towne 3, San Jose, Ca

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1 April 1994 (Hong Kong)  »

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A dazzling Michelle Yeoh in one of her lesser films
23 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

The usually stone-faced and solemn Michelle Yeoh smiles quite a bit in this film, and it's a wonderful sight: she's surprisingly cute, loose and playful. She also delivers a graceful physical performance, but the film on the whole is disappointingly short on martial arts action and long on gunplay. Another disappointment is that Xin Xin Xiong (probably the best martial artist in the film) and the incredibly cute Hilary Tsui are underused, and yet another one is that Michelle never appears in the fishnet lingerie that she wears on the DVD cover! Much like another Ching Siu Tung film I saw recently, Jet Li's "Dr. Wai and the Scripture with No Words", there is a lot of activity here, but not all of it is engaging and the story is confusing in spots, though there are occasional moments of inspired action (an elevator shaft launched onto a helicopter - now that is something I've never seen before!). Overall, "Wonder Seven" is not a must-see by any means, unless of course you just want to see Michelle Yeoh looking better than ever. (**)


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