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Yung Henry Yu
Lik Cheung
Kwok Choi Hon
Chia Yung Liu ...
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Sze Cheng
Wing-Hon Cheung
Di Chin
Mei-Bo Chiu
Hark-On Fung
Ha Huang
Ying-Ying Hui
Kun Li
Chiao-erh Lin
Ke Ming Lin ...
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Kuo-Cheng Liu
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27 January 1978 (Hong Kong)  »

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Art of War  »

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The story cannot be summarized but the fights were worth it
19 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie starts with an explanation for a fight, a gang is paid to kill a guy but the target is our hero (Henry Yu) and he defeats them. This is followed by a few more scenes that seem to be random. Three chicks are easily abducted to be sold as hookers. Spoiler alert: About 23 minutes into this movie two guys chasing a chicken into a brothel shoot an arrow right into a naked hooker's butt crack. If that isn't reason enough to watch this movie how about this - A wise guy in a tree urinates on the head of a new guy in town and they instantly become best friends. Hooker ass archery seems to be a capital crime in this town but the guy who had his head urinated on comes to the rescue and bribes the magistrate to free his friend, the guy that urinated on him before. Are you following all this? It gets worse. A guy I'll call Beardie kills Lee Kwan by spitting a mouthful of chicken at him. After a brief moment of grief for his murdered father, Hon Gwok-Choi tries to rescue the three girls by using flaming tumble weeds. Flaming tumble weeds are not weapons of mass destruction. All that being said, let's get to the fights. The first fight and every fight was good. The fights had above average timing, power, and creative choreography. Because of all the nonsense between the fights I can only rate this movie as average and only for hard core fans of the genre with a finger near the fast-forward button.


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