Phantom Kung Fu

Phantom Kung Fu

A ruthless warlord is using his poisonous palm to kill Ming Patriots, and only the Kung Fu Phantom (Wong Tao) has a chance of ending his reign of terror.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:martial arts,  

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Sudakshina B (fr) wrote: Saw this flick today and thought it was intriguing as a film on its own. But in terms of portraying the truth, we've heard so many variations of this traumatic crime incident, that it's hard to believe anything new added on to it, don't you think?

Rob M (ca) wrote: I started watching out of curiousity and was completely captured by the number of items where Hef influenced human rights. I had no idea of his involvement in fighting segegration and contraception laws although I do recall some information about some of his battles for the various sex laws. If you are a person that believes he is famous for exploiting women in the magazine I suggest you watch with an open mind.

Dave R (it) wrote: Well it was not a bad candian film for sure dont see to many of them and some of it filmed in Toronto that not to bad it was a godo movie

Ian D (it) wrote: The funniest movie that deals with politics ever! Michael "Moore" Malone you had it coming! HAHA GO SEE IT!!

Michele C (es) wrote: Seen it..it was awright

Ellie W (ru) wrote: Griffin's script is fresh, but falls just short of being good. It is flawed and far fetched, lacking style and fluidity whilst trying to be too many things instead of only itself. The cinematic elements are, in some parts, well crafted but as a whole, just don't work together. The cinematography proves to be quirky with clever use of representation of the story, however this becomes completely diminished by the use of unnecessary rapid zoom ins. They make me extremely uncomfortable. The soundtrack and sound design are much the same, proving to be far too much and hence, tacky and lacking finesse. Potbrings us from 'Mozart' to 'Meatloaf' as I break into a cold sweat, unsure of exactly how to feel about this film. The contrast between 'art house indie' and 'mainstream Hawaii 5-0' is just too much to me to follow.

leechelle r (nl) wrote: i def liked the first betta than this one

Gary W (gb) wrote: It has moments of fun and boasts soaring visuals, but all in all, this is "fans only". Pokemon fans will love the swift action-packed adventure but non-fans, you can safely skip this.

Adam t (ag) wrote: A grand movie about a true story, with amazing cinematography.

Anthony S (gb) wrote: It couldn't even keep my attention. And for god's sake, cast a Native American as Tonto.

Ebony H (jp) wrote: definitely not better than the first but good