The Invisible Terrorists (1976)

  |  Action, Drama


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Rebels in medieval China place secret documents in the hands of Shaolin priests. The list is entrusted by Abbot Wei Hung to a rebel who splits the list into three parts, giving two of the ... See full summary »


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15 May 2004 | Peldvale
10
| Don't miss the invisible terrorist
If you like hong kong action and fighting, and are also up for a laugh, don't miss this one. Unfortunately I've only seen the dubbed version since most old movies of this kind are not possible to get a hold of, still, the worthless dub is half the fun.

The movie itself is actually pretty neat, nice fighting and alot of intruige. But what makes it truly entertaining is how bad some of the details are, one woman dies by walking into a wall, and very often the wrong part of the scene is showed; you get to watch only a brick wall why people talk or even while someone is dying. Still, this is very fun to watch, if not for any other reason than that it is really poorly made but without being boring.

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Genres

Action | Drama

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Release Date:

12 July 2004

Language

Mandarin


Country of Origin

Taiwan

Filming Locations

Taiwan

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