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How long can a fight scene be? I don't know, but I hope that it couldn't be any longer than the final fight scene in this movie. The plot was okay and the comedic performances were good; however, the fight scenes went on FOREVER...
That is a shame because David Chiang was doing some great monkey-style gung-fu and Norman Chu was pretty good as well (although not as good as he was as Flying Chimp in Wing Chun).
Sadly, the mystery of the assassin's identity was overshadowed by the narcoleptic effect the fight scenes had on the view. My oldest, who loves the rather extended fight scene at the end of The Kid With The Golden Arm, woke me up complaining that the fight scene in The Loot wouldn't stop...
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