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Yi tin to lung gei: Moh gaau gaau jue

Yi tin to lung gei: Moh gaau gaau jue
Movie: Yi tin to lung gei: Moh gaau gaau jue(1993)[tt0108624] A wild and rollicking martial arts fantasy extravaganza that features prized swords -- and swordsmen, a crazy monk attached to a rolling boulder (yup!), serious clan and cult rivalries, and lots of magic and flying. Written byTowne 3, San Jose, Ca
Title Yi tin to lung gei: Moh gaau gaau jue
Release Date 18 December 1993 (Hong Kong)
Runtime
Genres Action, Fantasy, History
Production Companies Win's Film Productions
Jet Li
Jet Li...
Chang Mo Kei (as...
Man Cheung
Man Cheung...
Yan So So / ...
Chingmy Yau
Chingmy Yau...
Siu Chiu (as Suk...
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung...
Chang San Fung (...
Richard Ng
Richard Ng...
King of Green Bat: Wai Ya...
Ka-Yan Leung
Ka-Yan Leung...
Sung Yuen Kin...
Gigi Lai
Gigi Lai...
Chow Chi Yu (as ...
Collin Chou
Collin Chou...
Sung Ching Su (a...
Francis Ng
Francis Ng...
Chang Tsui San (...
Ekin Cheng
Ekin Cheng...
Cameo appearance ...
John Ching
John Ching...
Cameo appearance...
Wing Cho
Wing Cho...
Shaolin Monk...
Ching-Ying Lam
Ching-Ying Lam...
Cameo appearance...
Carina Lau
Carina Lau...
No-mercy...

Reviews

InzyWimzy on 20 June 2002
OK people, ever ride on a fast roller coaster and the g-forces pin you back to the seat?? Then, you know how watching this film: it's a non-stop, fast paced adventure!!Interestingly enough, Jet Li's character doesn't know kung fu, which is a big disadvantage for him. It's really cool (and strange) how he learns martial arts. Soon, Jet's shooting fireballs like Ryu and battling all the different clans. There are a lot of people and fight scenes sometimes have fifty or more people at once on screen! This movie also gets high marks for the beautiful ladies who do try to seduce Jet Li (love that awkward look!!). Man Cheung is visually appealing as the "cunning" Chao Min. Chingmy Yau plays Jet's love interest (lucky guy!!) and she can kick some butt!Whether it's Wu Tang, Shaolin, Green Bat, or the Jinxes, this was one kung fu fantasy that has to be seen to be believed. On a side note, I was saddened that no sequel was made since things get very interesting towards the end.

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