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    agree 100% about that flick, its a classic and IMO, Yuen Woo Ping's best all around film. an easy 5.5 from me too. glad u like it man.

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    btw, Street Fighters Last Revenge is a very entertaining flick. not as good as the first 2, because theres more exploitive violence, and sonny chiba is more of an all around badass in them...but SFLR is still worth checking out.

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    ^but is it worth rebuying the other three films to own it?

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    that depends on how much find it for...if u can get it the 4 flix for like 5 bux or somethin go for it, for sure, but if the price is like 20 bux or somethin, then i'd say no, look around for a single copy. generally u can find these films really cheap.

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    anyone seen 'tiger on the beat'?
    this is chow yun fat and gordon liu
    i think john woo directed it
    is it worth coppin
    also anyone seen holy robe of shaolin or hard boiled?
    i just copped these

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaquent View Post
    that depends on how much find it for...if u can get it the 4 flix for like 5 bux or somethin go for it, for sure, but if the price is like 20 bux or somethin, then i'd say no, look around for a single copy. generally u can find these films really cheap.
    thanks for the tip, i'ma go lookin this weekend.

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    "anyone seen 'tiger on the beat'?
    this is chow yun fat and gordon liu
    i think john woo directed it
    is it worth coppin
    also anyone seen holy robe of shaolin or hard boiled?
    i just copped these"

    Tiger on Beat is NOT directed by john woo, its directed by SB legend Lau Kar Leung. also stars Conan Lee (from ninja in the dragons den). the Tiger on Beat movies are pretty love-it-or-hate-it among most fans...personally, i didnt like them. i dont think Lau Kar Leung is cut out for modern settings. so i guess its a toss up to u.

    ive seen Holy Robe and Hardboiled. Hardboiled is my fav john woo flick..gun battles are absolutely ridiculous. good story too. if u watch carefully, u can catch Venom Phillip Kwok/Kuo Chui in a role in there. Tony Leung and Chow Yun Fat are cool as ice in this movie. a definete 5.5 from me.
    Holy Robe of Shaolin is a cool mainland chinese kung fu flick. the fights overall are pretty solid, and the locations are interesting, however the main problem with this film is that some parts are very very slowwwww. it stars the Iron Monkey (93 version) himself, Yu Rong Guang in an early role. directed, choreographed and possibly written by Tsui Siu Ming (the monk from Buddhist Fist). overall its a good flick, i give it a 3.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunken Wu Masta View Post
    hard boiled?
    Hard Boiled is sick !

    last dope hong kong action flick Woo directed IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekunique View Post
    Hard Boiled is sick !

    last dope hong kong action flick Woo directed IMO.
    "imo"?
    it WAS the last hong kong flick he directed

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    Lady Snowblood is a great chambara/samurai flick...the sequel is disappointing tho...good find.

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    yea that flick is dope lady snowblood...
    havnt seen the 2nd one dont plan to after the reviews on it haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaquent View Post
    if u watch carefully, u can catch Venom Phillip Kwok/Kuo Chui in a role in there.

    yep, and if you look even closer you can catch Lo Mang aka The Toad in a very small role in there too.

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    Enter The Dragon - 5/5
    this film is sick!
    plotline is simple (no surprise here), but its so damn cool, i think its the best fight scenes out of all bruce lee films
    truly incredible shit
    why do you think its overated elaquent? id say its on the same level, maybe better than his other flicks
    yall know anything about john saxon and jim kelly?
    i kinda feel like seeing some more of their shit

    wow, my 2000th post, and im not makin a lame thread about it either

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