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Shaolin Warrior (2013)

Kungfu Kid (original title)
PG-13 | | Action | December 2013 (USA)
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A kid rushed into the Shaolin Temple and defeated some monks as proof he was qualified for being a disciple of Shaolin Abbot. Shaolin monks refused his request. The Shaolin Abbot was ... See full summary »

Director:

Dou Xiao

Writer:

Liu Qi
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Credited cast:
Ye Jianwei Ye Jianwei
Chen Ke Chen Ke
Liu Ruicheng Liu Ruicheng
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A kid rushed into the Shaolin Temple and defeated some monks as proof he was qualified for being a disciple of Shaolin Abbot. Shaolin monks refused his request. The Shaolin Abbot was touched by seeing his knee down in front of the Shoalin temple for three days. The Abbot sent him to plant vegetable fields as a start of kung fu skill practice. Meanwhile, the kid was eager to learn kung fu skills. One day, the king of Chu visited Shaolin Temple and found out the kid was the man on his 'wanted list'. What hatred behind those men, a battle between them was about to start. Written by Unknown

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Action

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Rated PG-13 for violence
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China

Language:

English

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December 2013 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Do not believe review's - Excellent.
23 January 2016 | by kisifoldaSee all my reviews

I have this movie on my assets to about a year and because of some review I saw on the internet just discouraging to assist you. These days I decided to give a chance for him and watch somewhere around 15 minutes of the film. I had a pleasant surprise when you start to want to see the end and even gave some laughter over. What it proved, at least for me, which is not always the reviews are made by those who actually attended or at least are not people with the same interest to our Shaolin Temple. The errors I saw the reviews I found. They were: He is a fugitive criminal. No, it's not. He was accepted into the Temple as caretaker. No, it was not. There are so many mistakes that I will not quote them here. Watch and post your own conclusions.


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