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Samurai Warriors [3 Discs] [DVD]

  • SKU: 7228087
  • Release Date: 07/02/2009
  • Rating: R
  • 4.0 (5)
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Overall Customer Rating:
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Synopsis

The Street Fighter's Last Revenge
The third entry in the Street Fighter series found the filmmakers adding in James Bond style trickery to spice up the kung-fu formula. This time, Terry Tsugury (Chiba) is hired by the criminal Owada clan to rescue a pair of cassette tapes that contain a formula that would the cheap manufacture of heroin. Tsugury pulls it off successfully but when his employers to double-cross him, Tsugury takes off with the tapes. The criminals send a group of thugs after him, led by a laser-shooting mariachi known as Mr. Black (Black). With a little help from female government agent Kaho (Shiomi), Tsugury use his fighting skills and mastery of disguises to foil the Owada clan and their henchmen. In the process, he gets to the bottom of a drug conspiracy that involves both the criminal underworld and the local police. Star Sonny Chiba went on to several more kung-fu epics built around his tough-guy charisma and Sue Shiomi later starred in a Street Fighter series spinoff entitled Sister Streetfighter. ~ Donald Guarisco, Rovi

The Master: Out-of-Time Step
The second episode of the 1984 series The Master (aka Master Ninja. The Master (Lee Van Cleef) and his sidekick (Timothy Van Patten) search for a missing girl.. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Rage of the Master
Set in the Ching Dynasty, Rage of the Master follows the efforts of commissioner Ma Chuicau to capture Hsiung-Wu, an infamous bandit. To Ma's dismay, however, martial arts extraordinaire Hsiung-Wu is the one doing all the capturing. This film features Ng Ming Tsai and Tiger Yang. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

The Master: Max
The only American ever to earn the distinction of becoming a true ninja attempts to mentor his protégé and fend off some greedy land developers in this installment of the popular series starring Lee Van Cleef. After World War II, John Peter McAllister (Van Cleef) remained in Japan to train in the ninjutsu arts. Now McAllister has returned to America in search of his long lost daughter, though before he can find her he will train young Max Keller to follow in his footsteps and aid a desperate airport owner in his fight against a most unscrupulous land developer. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Champ vs. Champ
In this period martial arts action saga, an idealistic young warrior (played by Dragon Lee) finds himself challenged by the Hell Lord, a wicked but brilliant fighter who has been making short work of local champions for his own nefarious purposes. After he's humiliated in defeat, a young woman who finds the young warrior and tutors him in the 18 Kicking Styles. With new techniques and renewed confidence, the warrior sets out to find the Hell Lord and put him and his comrades to the ultimate test. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

From China With Death
The hero is orphaned early on in From China With Death. The culprit is a powerful warlord, who not only kills the protagonist's mom and dad, but everyone else in the family. Thirsting for revenge, the young man trains diligently in the martial arts. By the time he's ready to take on the villain, he's a lean, mean kung-fu machine. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Fist of Fear, Touch of Death
The legendary Bruce Lee and former NFL great Fred Williamson star in Fist of Fear, Touch of Death, which is concerned with one of the biggest martial arts tournaments in history. The movie was filmed on location at Madison Square Garden. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Blood of the Dragon
Kao Pao Shu's Blood of the Dragon is about a boy who has been commanded to transport an important message to the prince. The prime minister's minions intercept the boy, but the White Dragon arrives in time to save the boy. Eventually the boy, the White Dragon, and the prince team up to stop the prime minister. The film stars Chiao Chiao, Nu Lung, Yang Yang, and Wang Yu. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Shogun's Ninja
Shogun's Ninja revolves around two rival ninja clans whose constant battle for superiority has spanned decades and cost countless lives. During a critical point in their war with one another, one of the rival kings sends his commander on a mission to retrieve two mystical daggers. With these legendary knives, the clan hopes to learn the "secrets of the ninja," which are rumored to come with them. The film features Hiroyuki Sanada, Sue Shiomi, Sonny Chiba, and Noribumi Suzuki. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

The Crippled Masters
This is a martial-arts epic about kung-fu masters with physical handicaps. The film demonstrates that punishment can be induced from any body extremity if you're skilled enough. Peter Shen heads this cast. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Image of Bruce Lee
Yueng Kuen directs Bruce Li in the martial arts action film The Image of Bruce Lee. Li plays an undercover police officer assigned to stop a criminal operation (headed by Yin-Chieh Han and Bolo Yeung) that has already stolen jewels and passed phony currency. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

The 36 Crazy Fists
The enormously popular martial-arts star Jackie Chan served as the action director for The 36 Crazy Fists and has a cameo. Wong Tai Kwong's (Tony Leung Siu Hung) father is killed, and he seeks revenge. Learning the intricacies of kicking and slashing from a Shaolin master, he takes on 18 opponents before finally getting his chance to square accounts with his dad's murderer. The supporting cast includes Liu Chia Yung and Jen Shin Kuan. Barely known in the U.S., The 36 Crazy Fists began showing up with reassuring regularity in American video stores after the box-office success of Chan's Rumble in the Bronx. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave
Directed by Umberto Lenzi, Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave revolves around Lee's fight for his eternal soul -- the marital arts extraordinaire must face off against the Black Angel of Death in this unique, supernatural kung fu venture. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

The Street Fighter
While most martial arts films focus mainly on showing the moves, strikes and blows of the combatants, they don't show the logical consequences of these battles in any detail. The Streetfighter does, and it won an "X" rating for violence when it was released to the U.S. in 1975. This cult film and its three sequels are thought to be particular favorites of American director Quentin Tarantino. Sonny Chiba stars as Terry, a mercenary hired by the Yakuza and Mafia to kidnap a wealthy heiress. The mobs refuse to pay his large fee for the job, and he immediately changes sides. Much of the violent and gory action takes place aboard an oil tanker; though injured, Terry still takes out at least half of his many opponents. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers
In Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers, the titular hero comes across a quintet of chop-socky despots. Though decidely outnumbered, Dragon Lee must do everything within his power in order to prevent the overthrow of the Ching government. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Return of the Street Fighter
After attracting notoriety at movie theaters around the world (along with plenty of profits) with the brutal kung-fu hit The Street Fighter, the character of Terry Tsugury (Chiba) was quickly revived for Return of the Street Fighter. This time, Tsugury is hired by Japanese mobster Otaguru (Tanaka) to kill a pair of captured employees so they cannot inform on his activities (he has teamed with the American mafia under the guise of building a martial arts center). When Otaguru orders Tsugury to kill his old friend Masoaka (Suzuki), Tsugury refuses and is forced to go on the run with. To make matters worse, Junjo (Ishibashi), Tsugury's old nemesis, has reappeared and set his sights on revenge. Tsugury takes a vicious beating from Junjo, but recovers in time to punch, kick, and gouge his way through everyone who has crossed him during the finale. Although critics considered it to be little more than a hyper-violent cartoon, Return of the Street Fighter found favor with action fans who loved the first installment and its success inspired another sequel, The Streetfighter's Last Revenge. ~ Donald Guarisco, Rovi

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