Chik geuk siu ji (Bare Foot Kid) (Young Hero) (1993)

Chik geuk siu ji (Bare Foot Kid) (Young Hero)

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Hong Kong filmmaker Johnny To directed this exciting remake of Chang Cheh's 1975 martial-arts classic Disciples of Shaolin (aka The Invincible One). Aaron Kwok stars as Kuan Feng-yu, a superior fighter who has been unlucky in life. Kuan looks up his father's friend Tuan Ching-yun (Ti Lung) after the old man dies, finding that he is a wanted fugitive working as a personal bodyguard to the beautiful female owner of the Four Seasons textile company (Maggie Cheung). That's when Kuan gets involved in … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
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Action films cannot often be described as beautiful, but this forerunner to the nouveau martial arts flicks by the likes of Zhang Yimou and Ang Lee is a joy to behold, and has some of the best fight sequences I have ever seen. An unusual mix of breathless action and stunning visuals by Johnny To.

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The ending is kind of a downer, but the action is jaw-dropping. Typical for HK films made in 1993, but still fun.

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