Two men, one a businessman skilled in Kung Fu, the other a kickboxer discover they are brothers, and together, both in and out of the ring, they must face a crime syndicate. One of the ... See full summary »
| You ain't been nowhere and you ain't seen nuthin'...
...until you've seen the distractingly dreadful clothes somebody thought David Chiang should wear in this movie. I remember this period, and clothes were never ever this gaud-awful yucky. I thought the white stetson hat was bad (sure, everyone in Hong Kong who was kewel wore 'em in the early 1970s, sure...) until I saw...the red stetson hat.
There really should be a museum exhibit somewhere (if only online and virtual) dedicated to the truly unbelievable stuff Chiang wore in some of these movies (how did he manage to keep a straight face wearing this stuff, anyway??? I imagine crowds of giggling people pointing at what he's wearing, just out of camera range...) There really isn't whole lot to this movie except bad clothes on David and violent fight scenes. Not much else goes on. I'm a big fan of the Ti Lung/David Chiang period martial arts movies, and unfortunately, this movie just doesn't have any of the charm of those despite being written and directed by the same people.