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Four Dragons (2008)

Kinta (original title)
A gripping tale action-packed with relentless and brutal martial arts scenes.

Director:

C.L. Hor (as Clhor)

Writers:

Kam Chow (as Kam Leong Chow), C.L. Hor
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Credited cast:
David Bao David Bao ... Blaze
Michael Chin Michael Chin ... Tiger
Robin Ho Robin Ho ... Dragon
Zulkifli Ismail Zulkifli Ismail ... Tok Mat
Jun-Fei Kuan Jun-Fei Kuan ... Ace
Yee-tung Kwan ... (as Anita Kwan)
Shawn Lee Shawn Lee ... Forerst
Laura New ... Rose
Patrick Teoh Patrick Teoh ... Master Hoong
Albert Yuen Albert Yuen ... Uncle Tin
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A gripping tale action-packed with relentless and brutal martial arts scenes.

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Action

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Rated R for martial arts violence | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Official site [France]

Country:

Malaysia

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

4 December 2008 (Malaysia) See more »

Also Known As:

Four Dragons See more »

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Production Co:

Black Box Pictures See more »
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Color
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Malaysia's first martial arts film See more »

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Wushu Thai Chi national champions
3 October 2009 | by joe_1999See all my reviews

Well first of all the CG was rather disappointing I didn't rent the movie to watch CG blood I rented it to watch a martial arts film which is what it is. It has nothing to do with historical facts (No more than say Indiana Jones) It has nothing to do with acting (because the acting was horrible) It had nothing to do with the directors abilities (because they are non existent) It was a martial arts film ( I am a wushu Thai Chi fan) The four leads were Wushu National champions (unlike a previous post that said they were "pretty good fighters" The lead bad guy was also a wushu nation champion) If you just want to watch a martial arts film its fine but if you want history or acting I would say no.


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