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Chinango (2009)

After finding his grandfather's Shaolin medallion, Braulio gets mixed up with Mexican gangsters whom end his peace, he'll handle this mess the old fashioned way - Yet his greatest rival is also the hottest Kung Fu babe in all of China.

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Braulio Bo
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Licenciado Mendez
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After finding his grandfather's Shaolin medallion, Braulio gets mixed up with Mexican gangsters whom end his peace, he'll handle this mess the old fashioned way - Yet his greatest rival is also the hottest Kung Fu babe in all of China.

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The first latin american martial arts movie

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El medallón  »

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This is Marko Zaror's first martial arts feature film, it was initially shot in 2001, then in 2003 it was re-edited with 4 new actions scenes and finally released in Ukraine, then it went on to the rest of the world... See more »

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Licenciado Mendez: ...this medallion is now mine, you get it, mine!
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This film delivers on all angles and in every genre...
10 July 2008 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Found a copy of Chinango in an airplane. I wasn't really into the films the airline was showcasing so I popped Chinango into my laptop. What a surprise. This is old school gun-ho film making. Filmed entirely in Mexico City in what looks like 16mm, the style is 70's camp, yet the over the top action scenes and amazing soundtrack keep the story and visuals rocking. Using obvious low budget tactics it is profoundly admirable the epic scope of the end result. Raw and realistic martial arts, extreme Mexican/Chinese curious art department, Susan Gonzalez is racy in a blue bikini, pop art cinematography and some of the most absurd comedy, a fantastic fiasco and a golly good show! I have since passed the film on to another stranger on a train.


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