Cast Member: Wei Ping-Ao
Deaf And Mute HeroineMar 6, 2015
It’s rough around the edges and doesn’t always keep the pace consistent, but it shows real promise that was never quite realised.
Fist Of FuryMar 13, 2015
In all, this is the definitive martial arts movie. An all time classic which is as good as an all round film as it as a Kung Fu flick.
HapkidoMar 22, 2015
A simple storyline that is backed up by an ample supply of martial arts sequences; this is a film that makes no bones about being a showcase for the impressive fighting skills of its lead actors.
Incredible Kung Fu MissionMar 28, 2015
‘Incredible Kung Fu Mission’ is peppered with a decent mix of humour, sentimentality and superior fight action, creating a solid independent feature.
The Fate Of Lee KhanMar 11, 2015
Despite a slow and at times wearisome first half of the film, it eventually blossoms into a distinguished genre work that is recommended to any fan of the Jade Screen.
The Trail Of The Broken BladeJun 16, 2015
A four-star movie that, due to its heavy-handed closing shots, loses half a star; the same idea was used with much more sophistication at the end of ‘Anonymous Heroes’.
The Way Of The DragonJun 25, 2015
While ‘Fist of Fury’ is the Little Dragon’s best film, this comes a close second and would not be out of place in the DVD rack of any martial arts movie fan.
Valley Of The FangsMar 26, 2018
From opening credits that ape the Spaghetti Westerns of the period to its surprising epilogue wrap-up, ‘Valley of the Fangs’ is an equally surprising and unexpected hidden gem.