Bruce Li discovers a hidden stash of gold while scuba diving, he and his friends divide it up between them. The gang who stole the gold track Bruce and his friends down one by one slowly getting back what they believe to be their property.
A band of counterfeiters wants to make Hong Kong their new territory. The disgraced leader of the Special Squad will have to team-up with a group of Hong Kong police officers in an attempt ... See full summary »
Bruce Li plays a kung fu expert who, after a series of complicated events, becomes a stuntman for a famous kung fu actor. He soon learns that the film's producers are trying to kill him, so they can cash in on his insurance policy.
Tough cop Bruce Li arrives back in town in time to investigate a series of odd murders. Victims have two pierce marks on their necks. The killer is an expert in the Iron Finger strike. The ... See full summary »
When two acrobats are fired for fighting with punks in the audience, they go to live with an aunt who's being pressured to sell her house for a real estate development. The developer's ... See full summary »
After Chen Zhen's execution in Shanghai, the Japanese feared that his death would unite all Chinese kung fu schools against them. Fearing this, the Japanese gave orders to the head of the ... See full summary »
Fighting sequences and drama of the famed martial arts icon grace this biopic as he goes from Hong Kong, to studying at the University of Washington in Seattle, to California, and the ... See full summary »
Bruce Baron plays a goverment agent Jack Sargent who joins and teams up with the Dragon Force (not Powerforce) to find and rescue a kidnapped Princess (played by Mandy Moore, not the singer). The force is headed by Bruce Li (bruce clone) and there's even bad Ninjas in the film! Elevator music-ish stock music and above average budget. Sargent even has a old chinese guy who make spy gadgets (even has a James Bond in-joke). There is nudity, action, and some good fighting scenes. Released by Bedford Entertainment in the U.S., and not to be confused with THE BIG RASCAL released the same year with Bruce Li.
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