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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Set View Post
    I knew it. The name was just too familiar to me to be passed on as just another movie. If I recognize a name, there's a story behind that title.

    Okay, so what's the sample we are talking about?
    its actually a loop of the music, when theres like a string crescendo

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    The legend is on 2night but i have seen it before

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    watch Fong Sai Yuk (the legend) in its original chinese form..much more enjoyable film there. another fav film of mine.

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    yea both of them flicks are dope in the 2nd one jet walks in a allay type way with like 6 swords tied to em killing like 100's of guys haha

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    Jet Li The defender is on 2night

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    got my new batch in

    the blade
    stroke of death
    magnificent wanderers
    have sword, will travel

    bullet in the head was sold out..now i will have to wait for that.....son of a bitch
    but

    did go to the mall 2day and found 1 flick.......

    the killer


    haha



    peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Young Granger View Post
    Jet Li The defender is on 2night

    not a bad movie its worth a watch..i like the enforcer better tho

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    watchin the defender now

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    hmmm looks like alota guns from the start

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    Bodyguard from Beijing (The Defender) is a pretty underrated film if u ask me...its basically a HK spin off of Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard. good plot and all that, but as far as martial arts, theres very little overall. some cool gunfights tho. i'd give it a 4 overall...My Father is a Hero (the enforcer), i agree, is a better movie.


    100p, thats a nice batch u got there...The Blade is a tight film..and u'll espeically like Stroke of Death..let me kno what u think of that, i think its an underrated gem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaquent View Post
    Bodyguard from Beijing (The Defender) is a pretty underrated film if u ask me...its basically a HK spin off of Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard. good plot and all that, but as far as martial arts, theres very little overall. some cool gunfights tho. i'd give it a 4 overall...My Father is a Hero (the enforcer), i agree, is a better movie.


    100p, thats a nice batch u got there...The Blade is a tight film..and u'll espeically like Stroke of Death..let me kno what u think of that, i think its an underrated gem.
    i flicked over onto it yesterday, theres some hilarious rugs goin on in that film

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    Ninja In The Deadly Trap - 4.5/5
    story wasnt amazing, but the cast, fights and style of the movie was dope
    really enjoyed it
    i understand its chang cheh directed but not shaw bros?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunken Wu Masta View Post
    Ninja In The Deadly Trap - 4.5/5
    story wasnt amazing, but the cast, fights and style of the movie was dope
    really enjoyed it
    i understand its chang cheh directed but not shaw bros?
    ummm, I think that was Kuo Chui, Philip Kwok, the Lizard (whatever you may call him), first movie he directed. Prior to that I believe he was already doing stunt or fight choreography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob99digi View Post
    ummm, I think that was Kuo Chui, Philip Kwok, the Lizard (whatever you may call him), first movie he directed. Prior to that I believe he was already doing stunt or fight choreography.
    DIDNT CHANg cheh direct?!
    it had chiang sheng, lu feng and ti lung as well
    it was a very cool film
    recomend this shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunken Wu Masta View Post
    DIDNT CHANg cheh direct?!
    it had chiang sheng, lu feng and ti lung as well
    it was a very cool film
    recomend this shit
    nope, thats what i'm saying. I don't think this was a Chang Cheh movie. I think this was Kuo Chui's first movie that he directed. He had already been doing fight and/or stunt choreography for SB. Similar to Gordon Liu and how Wu Tang vs. Shaolin was his directorial debut.

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