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7 xiao fu (1986)

Seven child martial arts experts - Small Pepper, Bill Sh*t, Rocky, Hairy, Two Feet, Mut Head and Fatty - try to return a stolen diamond to its rightful owner.

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Chen-Kuo Chao

Writer:

Ching Kang Yao (scenario)
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Credited cast:
Chai-Ming Chang Chai-Ming Chang
Yi-Teng Chang Yi-Teng Chang
Wei-Pai Cheng Wei-Pai Cheng
Pin Chin Pin Chin
Jing Fang Jing Fang ... Big Brother
Hung-Mei Hsiao ... (as Hsiao Hung Mei)
Yan Hsiao Yan Hsiao
Yu-Ta Hsu Yu-Ta Hsu
Chie-Wen Lin Chie-Wen Lin ... (as Kai-Wen Lin)
Kuang-Jin Lin Kuang-Jin Lin
Tung-An Lin Tung-An Lin
Eugene Thomas Eugene Thomas
Chung-Chiu Tsai Chung-Chiu Tsai
Chi-Shing Wang Chi-Shing Wang
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Seven child martial arts experts - Small Pepper, Bill Sh*t, Rocky, Hairy, Two Feet, Mut Head and Fatty - try to return a stolen diamond to its rightful owner.

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Country:

Taiwan

Language:

Mandarin

Release Date:

28 June 1986 (Taiwan) See more »

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Lucky Seven See more »

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Cheesily entertaining kiddie martial arts flick
24 June 2009 | by gridoon2018See all my reviews

Seven kids, all martial arts masters, come into possession of a real diamond and defeat truckloads of bad guys who want it for themselves. The premise is obviously cheesy, but the movie does not pretend to be "realistic" (at one point, two of the bad guys fall from the window of a hotel's top floor all the way to the ground below and land safely on their two feet!), and amid all the exaggerated slapstick there are moments of prime 80's Hong Kong action choreography, fast-paced and hard-hitting. The kids are probably all talented martial arts students, and they're not spared from taking some bumps (especially at the end, when they go against the last two remaining henchmen). Fortunately for them, they are helped along by a terrific grown-up female fighter, played by a pretty actress whose name I wish I knew (she's not Elsa Yeung, is she?). As characters the 7 kids are largely indistinguishable, except for the one delightful girl who kicks just as much butt as the boys, if not more. Some comedic parts can be hard to sit through, but the action scenes are worth it. Besides, if you ever get bored you can occupy yourself by trying to count how many stolen pieces of music you can hear (from "Halloween" to "Spartacus"!). **1/2 out of 4.


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