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Shaolin and Wu Tang Reviews

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August 17, 2014
A good old-school martial arts film which doesn't tread the tired and well-worn paths so many of these films did. Outstanding martial arts segments as well.
Super Reviewer
½ February 12, 2011
a plot riddled with problems and inconsistent kung fu action makes this an entertaining but fairly average film. the contention between schools with differing styles made for some interesting scenes, but overall not one of the better kung fu films.
½ September 24, 2010
shaolin shadowboxing... and the wu-tang sword style.
March 16, 2010
All movies should end with two people jumping into the air.
September 27, 2009
One of my 2 favorite martial arts movies of all time (the other one being Jet Li's Fist of Legend) starring real life bad boy Adam Cheng as the Wu-Tang student and the legendary Gordon Liu (who also debuts his skills as a director with this film) as the Shaolin student who was tricked by the evil Manchu Prince and resulting with him (Gordon Liu) representing his school of Shaolin into fighting his best friend (Cheng) from the rival school, the Wu-Tang Academy, to a deadly duel so that the Manchu Prince can see them display their secret techniques and learn them for his own purposes. Good storyline, drama and classic old school Kung-Fu choreography that is simply jawdropping !
September 12, 2009
The usual quality we can expect from a Kung Fu film of the Lau family.
½ September 3, 2009
Master Killer shows why he spawned that name. A classic movie combining two great martial arts styles.
½ December 30, 2008
Where Wu-Tang Clan got most of their intro lines from for their 1st album. Hip Hop foundation piece. Very inspiring!
½ July 28, 2008
A huge lot of fun. The fight sequences were a blast and although the plot is kind of an excuse for the combat, but it felt unique and original. Gordon Liu's directorial debut was quite a success.

Oh yeah, seeing it on a big screen? Massively kewl.

(P.S. - Wu Tang ain't nutin to fuk wit!)
½ July 27, 2008
Unfocused with some bizarre plot tangents and a weird ending. Lots of fun fight scenes though.
July 19, 2008
Classic Gordon Liu!! Also this movie is used on the Wu-Tang Clan's first album entitled 'The 36 Chambers'!! Great movie!!
½ May 1, 2008
Classic... one of the best old kung-fu movies ever. Most quotable, decent story, great fights.... "thank you for the chicken!"
April 29, 2008
The opening sequence alone is reason enough to check this out. Awesome fight choreography.
April 5, 2008
do you think your wu tang sword can defeat me?
March 30, 2008
This is a kung fu flick done right - no flying around on wires here. Watch out for the Chin Kang Fist, and the Wu Tang sword technique!
March 12, 2008
love the dodgy dubbing and the chicks that kick ass.
½ March 3, 2008
Classic solid martial arts film.
February 26, 2008
Gordon Liu's directorial debut. A bit generic, very little in the way of character development or story.
February 23, 2008
Awesome kung fu classic... I may just like this one more than master killer...
December 28, 2007
Here you'll find many samples from The Wu-Tang Clan's debut album, Enter the 36 Chambers. Not to mention some of the best kung fu action ever filmed.
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