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|All Men Are Brothers Blood of the Leopard|
Actors: Wai Lam, Ching Wan Lau, Shun Lau, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Lap-Man Sin
Director: Billy Chan
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House, Drama, Military & War
Courageous heroes and evil supers vie for power in this swordfighting drama. Special features: languages: cantonese and mandarin subtitles in english and chinese. Studio: Tai Seng Entertainment Release Date: 12/11/2001 ... more »
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Good Story with good Action
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of a handful of Hong Kong martial arts movie that features a strong plot with a developed storyline. The fight scenes are on par but does not contain the explosiveness or grace usually found in either a Jet Li's or a Jackie Chan's movie. However what this movie really excels in is character's development. You have a sense of who the characters are and what motivate them. It also has a good blend of humor, action, and light romance. Recommended for all those familiar with the "Bandits of The Marsh" (Shuihu Zhuang) books."
Classic Kung Fu Action.
SereneNight | California, USA | 09/16/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"All men are brothers is the story of Lin Chun, a naïve but honorable general, and his friendship with Monk, Lu Chi Sum.When Lin Chun inadvertently humiliates a nobles' young son, the cowardly youth plots revenge. He frames Lin Chun in a plot to assassinate a high-ranking official, and in the ensuing scandal has him humiliated, branded and left for dead. Only the clever monk Lu Chi Sum can save him. Can Lin Chun restore his honor?All men are brothers is a classic HK action movie, with several truly endearing characters and a memorable friendship between Chun and Sum. Some plots and scenes in this movie are quite hilarious, especially at the beginning. However, the movie darkens quite a bit towards the end, and became slowly, more progressively violent.Overall, I loved this movie, and found it quite entertaining! My only disappointment was the seemingly abrupt ending, and the rather badly misspelled English subtitles. If you like humorous, campy HK action films, don't miss this one. It's over-the-top Kung Fu at its best!"