Blade Of Fury (1993) Martial Arts
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A young martial arts teacher is drawn into a plan to reform Imperial China. orig: Yat do king sing
...A young martial arts teacher is drawn into a plan to reform Imperial China. orig: Yat do king sing (1993) - Blade of Fury's energetic fight choreography immediately earns it a place among the more enjoyable genre films of the nineties. The action is frequently undercranked and sometimes over-the-top, but it's exciting stuff that flows fast and furiously. The cast is a mixture of fighters trying to act and actors trying to fight, and for the most part, it works, though there are a few debits. Some of the actors aren't very charismatic, and Rosamund Kwan is wasted in a mystifyingly small flower vase role. Still, lead Yeung Fan shows steely presence, Ti Lung brings power and integrity to the pivotal role of Tan Tzu-Tung, and Cynthia Khan and Collin Chou (AKA: Ngai Sing) turn in fine support. Sammo Hung only has a small cameo as a palace guard, but his quick duel with Yeung Fan is a highlight of the film
Directed by Sammo Hung Kam-Bo. With Sammo Hung Kam-Bo, Cynthia Khan, Rosamund Kwan.
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