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Nan wang bei gai (1980)

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Four grotesque masters of Kung Fu are destined to fight each other. Two only wish good for their people. The other two want to become the only two living masters. Thus, they hire and train an assassin to murder the others.

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Credited cast:
Chung Wang
Chiang-Lung Wen
Hui Lou Chen
Wei-Wei Chang
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ming Chen
Chun-yi Cheng
Joyce H. Cheng ...
(as Hsiu-ying Cheng)
Ching Feng Chiang
Kuo Chung Ching
Hu Hsiao
Huang-Lung Hsiao ...
(as Huang Lung Hsiao)
Lu Hsiao
Hung Kuan
Fu-Hsueh Liu
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Four grotesque masters of Kung Fu are destined to fight each other. Two only wish good for their people. The other two want to become the only two living masters. Thus, they hire and train an assassin to murder the others.

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Totally nondescript for a kung fu movie
27 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this as KUNG FU TROUBLE MAKER and whichever title you see it under doesn't make much difference as it has no relation to the actual film. It's your typical cheap kung fu movie from Taiwan with disappointing fight choreography of the same variety that you've seen play out a hundred times before. You know the sort, two guys square up and hit each other slowly and forcefully while random extras jump around in the background to add movement.

The story is about quadruple kung fu masters, two good, two evil. The evil ones decide to destroy the good ones and that's all there is to it. There are no recognisable faces here, no unusual or unique elements, or any particularly good film-making, it's all just very average and nondescript. The most noticeable thing about the production is the yellow lame suits worn by the characters, making this a bright and gaudy tale.


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