The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This late release from the Shaw Brothers Studio in Hong Kong is one of its very best, thanks to the kinetic direction of Lau Kar-leung.
Where to begin? Incredible fight scenes, incredible cast, sadly the last film from Alexander Fu Sheng. That last fight scene is the greatest thing since the invention of porn.
Also called Eight Diagram Pole fighter.
I could go on and on, but to put it simply this delivers on all counts of a great Martial Arts film, especially a Shaw Brothers on.
You have beautiful direction by Lau Kar Leung (Liu Chia-Liang). Great sets. Interesting characters and story. Concentration on weapons and their pay-offs are handled so well. The Subtext. Gordon Liu... Um oh how about action. This sucker delivers some of the most amazing stunts and action scene even commited to celluloid.
It's worth the search you'll have to do to find it.
One of the better Shaw Brothers Kung Fu Movies.
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