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1 October 2010 (USA) See more »
A Shaolin Monk comes to the United States to take care of his deceased brother's son. He establishes a school with a former student who leads him into trouble with the Russian Mafia. | Add synopsis »
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Cindy Carino ... Mafia Girlfriend
Robert Christie ... Old Man
Matt Harlan Cohen ... Crook #2
Shirley Corpuz ... Social Worker #1

Major Curda ... Michael
Ivette De Jesus ... Party Guest (as Ivette Smith)
Kristen Dougherty ... Sarah

Ivan Escott ... Social Service Kid 2

Sarah Fasha ... Sarah Fasha the Singer

Michael Faulkner ... Police Cadet

Kate Forsatz ... Emily
Cristinel Gheorghiu ... Underground fighter
Markus Goldberg ... Karate Kid #2
Matthew Gooley ... Rope Climbing Officer

Johan Karlberg ... Oleg
Andrew Kong ... Fu
Rachel Krah ... Police Trainee
Max Lalanne ... Karate Kid #1
Jim Lee ... Mustache Cop
Bing Lei Li ... Lam
Peng Zhang Li ... Li Long

Temur Mamisashvili ... Bodyguard
Hillary Mazer ... Sarah's Boss

Marili Mejias ... Police Officer
Jeff Millstein ... Party Goer
Kathy Laino Millstein ... Party Goer

Justin Morck ... Dave

Tim O'Hearn ... Beer server at party
Barbara Orfas ... Babysitter / Caretaker
Greg Salvato Jr. ... Police Trainee
Hu Sang ... Mei
Lyndsey Schantz ... Receptionist
Bill Schroeder ... Officer Bill Schroeder
Johnnie Shantz ... Social Service Kid 1
Stanley Smith ... Party Guest

Jonathan Sollis ... Officer Cusamano
Yang Stephanie ... Jing Jing

Dianne Sullivan ... Escort at Policemen's party

Kevin Tan ... Party guest
William Walker ... Crook #1
Paul Wiedecker ... Police Trainee
Eric Yang ... Fu
Matt Zhang ... Karate Kid #3

Directed by
Peng Zhang Li 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Peng Zhang Li  screenwriter
Todd McGorry  written by

Produced by
Matt Harlan Cohen .... line producer
Justin Langin .... supervising producer
Jason Stein .... producer
Joseph Zentil .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Bernard Hunt 
Casting by
Robert Christie 
Donna McKenna 
Production Design by
Nicholas Tong 
Art Direction by
Kaet McAnneny 
Makeup Department
Amy Wadford .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Mo Krishna .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen Kartt .... second assistant director
Joseph Perron-Kozar .... second second assistant director
Wendy Shear .... first assistant director
Art Department
Alyson Warshaw .... supervising producer
Sound Department
Reed Adler .... sound
Brennan McVicar .... sound mixer
Robin Shore .... adr editor
Temur Mamisashvili .... stunt performer
Justin Morck .... stunt player
Camera and Electrical Department
Jonathan Beattie .... steadicam
Will Gottlieb .... grip
Spencer Katz .... best boy
Kyle Knudson .... first assistant camera
Peter Lemons .... key grip
Carole McClintock .... best boy
S. Vollie Osborn .... grip
Julia Pasternak .... second assistant camera
Jesse Skogh .... gaffer
Brian Streem .... grip
Brigid Swanick .... best boy
Brigid Swanik .... best boy
Yousheng Tang .... grip
Casting Department
Mo Krishna .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Stephanie Alexander .... wardrobe supervisor (as Stephanie Alexander)
Editorial Department
Ryan Camarda .... assistant editor
Christopher Lewis .... post-production coordinator
Other crew
Carly Scher .... production coordinator
Dean Orfas .... special thanks

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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
way better than how people are reviewing this, 27 September 2012
Author: jmigoya from United States

trust me when i say this movie with a big budget and better writers would be absolutely friggin awesome because the plot is simple enough, so for what it is and the budget it had which im sure was very small, it does wonders, the acting is terrible at times, the fighting was incredible the main actor which im sure is a shaolin monk or was picture perfect some minor use of wires maybe to acentuate the power of the strikes but other than that pure kung fu, so i cant give this movie a bad review because im a die hard kung fu fan and i don't go to see this type of movie for the acting, i give it 8/10 want to see more of the leading character, reminds me of some of jet li's earlier shaolin movies

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