Ta Kun loses his job at a Shaolin temple after a corrupt monk, Wu Tan, takes over. His master sends him to an old friend of his who's entire family practices Kung Fu. Reluctantly, Ta Kun ...
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Ta Kun loses his job at a Shaolin temple after a corrupt monk, Wu Tan, takes over. His master sends him to an old friend of his who's entire family practices Kung Fu. Reluctantly, Ta Kun begins practicing the way as well so he can return to the temple and face the evil monk. Written by
Ta Kun, a student of Shaolin, is bullied all the time by his fellow students. Ta Kun is forced to leave the Shaolin Temple once a corrupt monk, Hutak, takes over. An elder monk, Hunang, tells him to go to a Wu-Tang style family under the guide of a guy who looks exactly like, or is Ka-Yan Leung aka Beardy from legend of a fighter and the Victim. Ta Kun doesn't like learning kung fu here, so he's got to work a lot. But while he's working he's learning kung fu. In the end he's got to fight the new leading monk of the Shaolin Temple.
This movie is very slow in the beginning and has some typical characters, like the villain monk who's got some big scars at his face. The fighting scenes are not remarkable. 5/10
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