Once Upon a Time in China 3 (Wong Fei Hung ji saam: Si wong jaang ba) (1993)
Average Rating: 6/10
Reviews Counted: 8
Fresh: 5 | Rotten: 3
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Release Date: Jan 14, 1993 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
User Ratings: 8,962
In this, the third of what has become a long series of films, Doctor Wong Fei-Hung (Jet Li), a master of the martial arts, defender of the poor, upholder of tradition and a Confucian scholar (in addition to being a medical man) is visiting Beijing during a competition designed to determine what group has the best Lion King dancers. The doctor's father, a member of the Cantonese Association in town, is well known for his ability to turn out the best Lion King, and the many criminal gangs of the
Jan 14, 1993 Wide
Jul 17, 2001
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
There are several well-staged fights, but none with the imaginative choreography, ferocious energy, and dazzling prop work found in the first two films.
This is the weakest entry in the first three films of the series, with a rambling story line, fight scenes that are not staged as well as those in the first two films, and poor picture quality.
In terms of aesthetics, this is the best looking of the first three Once Upon a Time in China films.
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