Buddhist Fist (1980)

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Famed martial arts director and choreographer Yuen Woo-ping spins this old school period kung-fu flick featuring some particularly amazing fight scenes. The film opens with inept coiffeur Shang (Yuen Shun-Yi) getting canned from his job and returning to the hinterland to find his old man. Once there, he is unable to find his dad, who mysterious disappeared. Shang does run into his buddy Si-ming (Tsui Siu-ming), who is now a monk. Having both been raised by the same Shaolin master, the two are … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Art House & International, Action & Adventure
Directed By: ,
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On DVD: Apr 25, 2000
Runtime:
Tai Seng

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Yuen Woo Ping's earliest work starring to of his brothers who do most of the stunts. The man on the cover fighting the monk is Yuen Baio, Ping's brother who is also stunt choreograher..

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>.< Anyu is my favorite character in this movie! He is SOOOO Cool. This is one of the best kung fu flicks around!!!

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