Kung Fu Killer Reviews
Two children were raised as brothers at a Chinese martial arts temple. As youths, they were banished from the temple for constantly fighting. Now, as adults, the two children are in rival martial arts clans. When one of the brothers kidnaps a young girl in the apposing tribe, a duel ensues of biblical proportions.
?You have no fear of my many guards??
?There are very few left.?
Philip Spink, director of The Duke, Once in a Blue Moon, Big and Harry, and Voyage of the Unicorn, delivers Kung Fu Killer. The storyline for this picture is awful and makes Ninja Assassin look Oscar worthy. The acting is mediocre to awful and the cast includes David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, and Anya.
?She?ll be quite beautiful when she ripens.?
I was flicking through the channels the other night and came across this title. The title of this film compelled me to watch this movie, and as I expected, this was an awful movie that felt made for television. This is comparable to Jason Statham?s Dragon Tale picture. Overall, I recommend skipping this movie.
?Hate is a magnificent force.?
david.. was awesome :)
Also, the fight scenes are lousy, badly choreographed and you mostly never see David Carradine actually land a blow. He'll pretend he's punching while making some sort squirming face that should be acting, then there'll be some cutting and the guy drops dead. Same thing all the time.
It's like they die from his terrible acting.
Alguns filmes são tão ruins que são bons, outros são tão ruins que são ruins. Este é do segundo tipo. Mas vale algums risadas pelo estilo David Carridine de ser.
A cena em que ele mata um cara com um soco que nem deveria ter acertado direito me rachou o bico.