Two exceptional kung fu students leave the mainland to work for their uncle in Hong Kong. Before long the students and their cousin, delectable Asian babe Moon Lee, get mixed up in a drug ... See full summary »
During the Manchu (Qing) Dynasty, commissioner Ma Chui Kau was a man of peace until a massacre tore apart his family and honor-bounds him to capture the notorious outlaw Hsiung-Wu; that is, until the outlaw captures the commissioner.
A Feutal Lord from China sends his son off to kill a criminal who has murdered thirteen of his men and has stolen a large sum of gold. The son, played by David Chiang, abandons his duty (... See full summary »
Yung Hsiang Liao
Yep, it's time for yet another completely nonsensical cut & paste abomination, produced by infamous hack maestro, Tomas Tang. This one also boasts the indignity of some of the most inappropriate music ever to grace an action scene; the sort of mundane arrangement one might very well expect to hear playing in a shopping centre in fact!
To be entirely fair, even though the main body of the film is sadly, rather a chore to sit through, the last five or so minutes more than make up for it; Indeed, you'll hardly believe your eyes as our ninja pals battle it out with metal discs(!), a bullet firing parasol(!!) and last but not least a bizarre twirling thing which closely resembles the inner blade component of a food mixer!!! If this wasn't baffling enough, we are finally treated to a completely 'What the fu- I mean, hell?!!' ending which appears to have been tacked on for no apparent reason whatsoever! Deranged stuff indeed, but with Tang on the credits, what more could you possibly expect?
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