Classic Kung Fu Collection, Vol. 2 [DVD]
- SKU: 5993721
- Release Date: 10/05/2003
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The "mystagogue" is an expert with a "floating in blood" weapon. This may not mean much to those unschooled in martial arts, but take our word for it, don't mess with the mystagogue. This 90-minute kickfest spotlights a deadly rivalry between the minions of the Ching Dynasty and the upstarts of the Mings. One doesn't need a course in Chinese history to figure out who the heroes and villains are. Shaolin Kung Fu Mystagogue promises nonstop action, and delivers on its promise. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
The Invincible Fighter: The Jackie Chan Story
The setting is Hong Kong and the hero of the film is Jackie Chan. This documentary chronicles the life and entertainment career of the star of Hong Kong action films. Archival photographs and the personal recollections of family and friends paint a portrait of the private life of the film star. Clips from movies, such as Top Fighter and Rush Hour, as well as the television series Jackie Chan's Adventures show the martial artist's prowess and skill. Interviews with Chanand his colleagues give viewers an inside look at how some of the stunts are set up and carried out, as they put the action in action films. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Kung Fu of Eight Drunkards
This Hong Kong-filmed martial arts fantasy tells of a group of eight warriors during the Ching dynasty. In order to deceive their enemies, they devise an unusual kung fu technique -- one that gives them the appearance of being too drunk and uncoordinated to defend themselves. ~ Brian Gusse, Rovi