This is a stunning tale of intrigue between two gangs. Each opposing group is hopelessly divided on the issue of refugees filtering into their territories. Both gangs cross the sides of the... See full summary »

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Bruce Le ...
Lung
Chiu-Hua Wei ...
Jenny
Yuan-Shen Huang ...
Wong Kwan (as Wong Yuen San)
Wei Chuang
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Tao Chiang ...
Shing (as Kong To)
Shang He
Cheng Hsin
Feng Hung
Yeong-Mun Kwon ...
Hung Wing Man (as Wing Man Kuen)
Dan Lau ...
Inspector Tang (as Tan Liu)
Yat Fan Lau ...
Uncle Ming
Hsueh-Ming Liao
Wai Cheung Mak
Sha-Li Pai
Wei-chien Shen
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This is a stunning tale of intrigue between two gangs. Each opposing group is hopelessly divided on the issue of refugees filtering into their territories. Both gangs cross the sides of the law, and succeed in having each other's clubs raided. Finally, devastating fists and razor-edged weaponry collide in spectacular warfare between the two gangs. Written by Per Jensen

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12 November 1984 (Hong Kong)  »

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Ku liang ku  »

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Derivative, but there's plenty of bloody action
29 December 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

THE SUPER GANG is a low budget 1984 vehicle for former Bruceploitation actor Bruce Le, here playing a man who gets involved with a couple of rival gangs who have been abusing immigrants. There's a little back story in this Hong Kong production but it mainly gives way to endless action sequences in the second half of the thing, in which Le works his way through various goons while gradually working his way to the top.

It's a cheap and slapdash thing, without much in the way of artistic merit, but it does have a ton of bloody action to recommend it. The fight choreography isn't great but it's not the kind of film you could ever be bored by. Content-wise it's very typical by genre standards, although Le is mildly amusing in his energetic way and there's a welcome, if minor, appearance from Bolo Yeung. The ending has some odd stuff involving a devilish character but for the most part THE SUPER GANG is kung-fu-by-numbers.


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