17 September 1999 | Serpent-5
Bruce Le directs a boring kun-fu actioner
Bruce Le and producer Dick randall teams up again in a poor effort action film. This time Bruce has a supporting part as he is in search of the organization that killed his sister. Bruce hardly appears as the lead someone else who witness Bruce's sister murder, and he hold the key to the hidden gold that was missing from the US army in World War 2. The Mafia, Japanese Bushido (!) mob, and other crime family around the world wants the million in gold. Bolo Yeung plays a Japanese (!) fighter who battle a savage bull (well, the bull looks old and ill), and the hired fighter's hand turns into a cobra in the final battle scene! (scene is a terrible). It's a let down to any Bruce Lee fans (if there is any out there). Music is lifted from ENTER THE DRAGON and DEATH CHALLANGE. I think this film is a sequel to another Bruce Lee film produced by Randall. Not recommended.