Korea, 1934. During the Japanese occupation, there is open warfare between rival martial arts schools. There is a fight in the marketplace, and three Chinese students can't stand the unfair way of students that side up with the invasors, when they gang assault one of the fighting men. Between the three, they send the aggressors away. Retaliation is heavy: their school is destroyed, and they are banished. They return to China, and start their own school, and set out on good-will visits to the other martial arts schools, only to find that everybody in their neighbourhood is already dominated by the Japanese. They have many kung fu fights to win, before they eventually manage to establish peace.
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Arun P (ca) wrote: If you want a cerebral Rom-com this is it. Very much like "Before sunrise"
Tanvir M (de) wrote: Enjoyable martial arts/wu xia action adventure starring Donnie Yen. May be not his best (difficult to surpass Ip Man or Wu Xia), but above average with a delectable concoction of action and romance.
Barbara H (ru) wrote: This movie could only be interesting to someone who is conducting an anthropological study of 1980s pop culture. Bad hair, bad soundtrack, bad lipstick, gratuitous shots of women's legs, bad over-acting, ludicrously tight pants, bad plot. It's just very bad.
Don M (it) wrote: great movie...peckinpah is a genius. superb performances by James Coburn and Maximillian Schell
Tommy H (br) wrote: Ever since 2002 Adam Sandler has been making terrible movies. I thought grown ups was going to be a major comeback. Then it was a childish movie that should of been a wake up call for Adam. It wasn't
Letitia L (mx) wrote: Just a really inspirational movie. It's all worth it for the single scene where Helen is sick.
Alyan H (kr) wrote: Loved this movie as a child and still think it's an epic film for its time