Shaolin Intruders

Shaolin Intruders

On a routine courier mission, the prestigious Chin Hu chief was murdered by four mysterious monks. When all evidence points to Ching Hua (Liu Yu-Po), his friend Lei Hsin (Derek Yee) is determined to clear his name by barging in the Shaolin Temple thrice, and gets intwined in an intricate web of deception!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:traitor,   kung fu,   shaolin,  

Shaolin Temple becomes suspect when several clan leaders are robbed and killed by the deadly Shaolin Palm technique. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shane J (kr) wrote: wow just wow!! stonehenge is actually some kind of trigger for all the volcano looking things around the world like the pyramids,inca temples etc erupt eventually killing the whole of mankind!!! why didnt we figure this out earlier. its pretty bad but at least the cast knows this as they couldnt be arsed to act at all.

Liam P (mx) wrote: a thought provoking look into the bizarre and horrific mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners that turns the stories from the people involved and makes you wonder about the nature of photography, and what you are missing behind the frame, and the true intent of the people involved.

Didier A (nl) wrote: une sympathique comdie sans prtention mais efficace.Beau casting, dialogues efficaces. Dommage que l'on tombe facilement dans la caricature parfois.Mais cela rappelle des souvenirs, bons ou mauvais...

Evan L (ag) wrote: good when i was a kid, but boring now.

Mlanie T (jp) wrote: Bartabas I would like to meet him!

Kong M (fr) wrote: I have to agree with James Cameron's opinion that this is one of the most artistic, stylish sci-fi movie to date. Although made like a low budget film and a super slow pace which can be a sore boredom, it is very surreal not just in a high form of art but it leaves a lot of food for thought. Whether reality is what it seems or what is the real setting behind this movie? What is actually going on behind Ash's real character? The more you think about it the more this movie offers many versions of interpretation. This is one of those films where you will get a different conclusion every time you re-watch it. Brilliant

Ryan V (de) wrote: strangely good. incredible images. wonderful.

Christopher F (nl) wrote: This is an old King Kong move. It's still quite good.

John A (nl) wrote: This is a very underrated western, possibly because Anthony Mann called the script "trash" and walked off the set. His altercation with Jimmy Stewart was not the cause of this, but there was a disagreement as Stewart wanted Mann to stay. Mann accused Stewart of simply wanting to do a film where he could play his accordion. This made Stewart angry and the two never spoke again or made a film together. Mann's trademarks are visible at the beginning of the film and it looks as though Neilson who took his place, tried to direct in the same vein. Actually the script is very good. The photography is excellent and the acting is good too, especially from Audie Murphy whom Mann did not rate as an actor. As a story about two brothers it rates, in my opinion, higher than some others with a similar theme. This is partly because there is a rapport between Murphy and Stewart born out of mutual respect, and there is a deeper underlying theme that has to do with reconciliation. Not a facile reconciliation but a realistic one based on true brotherly love. It is a story of redemption and loyalty. Perhaps that is why Mann didn't like it. He was certainly right to say that it would not be understood. I don't think many have understood the deeper aspects of it. It needs repeated viewings. Had Mann remained the film might have been a classic.

Ryan M (ca) wrote: Simple noir. Good flick.

Thomas M (us) wrote: Grant and Dunne play a couple in love. This time Dunne steals the show from Grant in this lighthearted drama.

Adam R (ru) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)