I ACTUALLY LIKE THIS MOVIE
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I enjoyed this movie although, apparently most Bruce Le fans hate this movie. The film is scenes from three already completed Bruce Le movies edited together with a re-dubbed soundtrack. In one scene, you can actually hear the real dialogue when Bruce says "You stay here". I got this movie for my birthday before I was aware of the history of the film. It seems that producers like to cash in on Bruce Le and try to make money out of selling a "new" film. As you can probably imagine, the story is complicated. Bruce Wong (Bruce Le) is a cop who is looking for a valuable flask. He goes to Korea to find it. He's in disguise by wearing sun glasses and a fake beard. He gets found out and a gang who appear to know something about the flask, take him into a forest or something and beat the hell out of him. The police arrive, the gang run away and Bruce escapes in a car. That didn't go to well. He goes to Manilla to meet up with his former kung fu student... that's enough. Watch the movie to find out what happens."
morgoth | omaha, NE | 11/05/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Not only no ninjas, but that shot of Bruce 'Le' with a machine gun doesn't show up in the mvoie either. Basically Bruce Le is called in to handle a case and it is basically him just getting in one fight after the other. It was Nice Cheung, even in a limited rle. James Nam is decent as the Karate master and Lo Lieh has a cameo and also my favorite fight of the movie. The final fight with Kong Do is hardly worth watching but a female karate cop helped to get me through this movie for the full 86 minutes. Overall it is clear that Bruce Le is a good action choreographer, he just sucks at actually performing the action. Recommended for people who want a fight filled movie that it barely a step above of the standard chop and block.
Picture quality is full screened but watchable."