Mean Streets of Kung-Fu

Mean Streets of Kung-Fu

Featuring plenty of high-kicking, fist-flying action, a martial arts classic from the vaults of Hong Kong cinema. Summoning his skills to defeat a troublesome local thug, a martial arts student (Barry Chan) emerges victorious. But when his enemy retaliates by trying to rape a female classmate, it's definitely time for a rematch. Chan Wai Lau and Liu Ping co-star.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fighting,   martial arts,  

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JustManoj H (ag) wrote: Some of the scenes in this movie are utterly unnecessary and untrue.. Looks like Raghavendra Rao has done some miracles better than Sai Baba could.

Alexis G (ru) wrote: This gets 4 star for choosing such an controversial storyline and having a happy ending. This is the Asian version of "The Kids Are All Right".All actresses delivered and did not disappoint, although the story line is too good to be true..

Tanveer A (gb) wrote: war is horrific! but even more horrific is the politics that surrounds it. the biased American media and dumb western people never understand, or to be specific, never care about the rest of the world and where american interests aren't involved. so much has been said about the bulls#!t freedom of middle east where Africans and eastern Europeans are dying and no american help to be seen. it is easier to bully people when u have power. i hope american people wakes up from this and realize the truth. but honestly, i don't see it happening any time soon.

Riki K (jp) wrote: another selena gomez movie. so disney and i love it :3

Javier E (fr) wrote: Isabelle Huppert estoica en su papel de Maria Vial, que ante cualquier contingencia defendera su propiedad en un pais africano. Una pelicula dura, que necesitaba alguien de ese nivel para entenderse completamente. Vale la pena por la actuacion de Huppert y por la atinada seleccion de locaciones para exponer este dificil problema.

Tim R (es) wrote: I think... if the score werent what it was this movie would not have gotten even close to the amount of acclaim this got. It was a hard movie to watch, that was sad, and just nothing really positive to come from it.

Brandon R (it) wrote: I've been dreading this moment since my very first review in the series and, now that we're almost at the end of the journey, I find myself reflecting on how far we've come. Friday the 13th, an unlikely success which began with exaggerated, low-budget gore somehow led to the creation of Freddy vs. Jason, a bloated, contrived, money-making powerhouse which assaults the intellect of anyone who watches it. To say that this film is idiotic doesn't even scratch the surface of insults I wish to hurl at it. Freddy vs. Jason fulfills the asinine promise of Jason Goes to Hell's closing shot and does indeed pit the two slasher icons against one other in an overlong, Mortal Kombat-esque fight sequence. Leading up to this climax we are treated to over an hour of trite, exposition-laden dialogue, flat characters, sorry acting performances, easy explanations, gratuitous thunderstorms, poor continuity, rock & roll editing, and maybe the worst screenplay I've ever seen brought to life in a major studio production. This film abandons all the camp and tongue-in-cheek fun which highlighted the best films of each series and instead delivers us a humorless, self-important mess which should disappoint fans of both franchises. It's obvious that director Ronny Yu had little familiarity with these characters or the films which made them famous. He does a good job reimagining origin stories for each but neither character behaves as fans have come to expect. Kane Hodder's subtle but specific catalog of movements is abandoned (as was Hodder himself) for a bland, overly-aggressive Jason facsimile. Robert England returns as Freddy but the script does't give him much to work with and his twisted enthusiasm is massively underutilized. The only reason this movie exists is to satisfy fans who, for some reason, were dying to see these two characters on screen together. Since both franchises were now owned by New Line Cinema why not give it a try right? Well, there's a reason this project was in studio limbo for almost a decade: it's a BAD idea. The whole production is set up to show Jason and Freddy fighting so the movie is merely a vehicle to get the audience to that point. This means that all other characters and plot points are irrelevant, they exist only to move the picture along. This resulted in horrible writing in all aspects of the film and characters so poorly conceived that I could hardly watch their sad masquerade without a drink in hand. There are many more criticisms to level at Freddy vs. Jason but, much as I felt while watching it, I'm eager to put this experience behind me. The film is an utter disgrace and truly disrespectful to both franchises and their fans. When I saw it in theatres in 2003 I actually apologized to the person who accompanied me, that's how ashamed I was to be associated with it. It's the rare instance when a non-pornographic film inspires humiliation rather than amusement. Nice work.

Jason V (jp) wrote: I thought there were only 3 movies in the original series. So, I saw the 3, and found them more or less good; but the remake was better for me.

Private U (de) wrote: i loved it........ fishburns first movie... "THEY KILLED CORNBREAD!!!" yet again race relations are examined... great story

Ilja S (ca) wrote: This fifht and final movie of the original series sadly does not end in the way we wanted and/or expected. It moves fast from very cheesy to very griddy scenes, get extremely confusing at some points, and fails completely in storytelling. I still enjoy it throughout, but when you have to talk yourself into watching a movie, it is never a good sign.

Matt G (es) wrote: An accomplishment in tone and performance. The use of perspective is crucial. Suffocating wide shots. Unconventional coverage makes when terror strikes feel sudden and inevitable. The synth score works until the final scenes, supplanting silence from the first half with aimless noise. The feeling of isolation, lack of emotional catharsis for the protagonist, us knowing she's likely incapable of ending this phase of her life, is reminiscent of A Woman Under the Influence in the best possible way.