The Lost Kung Fu Secrets (1979)

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When an evil warlord tries to control the masses by using Christianity as a cover for his secret agenda, an earnest martial arts master (David Chiang) vows to expose the warlord's ultimate,... See full summary »


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15 December 2016 | ckormos1
4
| No hook and sparse action
It starts with a war and something about Christianity. Hsu Feng wants revenge. The victors celebrate and a spy reports to the general. David Chiang challenges the beggar spy as his enemy. Beach mats are used as weapons. David Chiang cannot prove the officer is a traitor. There is a lot of talking.

The story fails to have any kind of a hook. The fights are few and substandard. The fast forward button is mandatory for watching this poor excuse for a martial arts movie.

My copy was the common Ocean Shores video release, a VHS dubbed in English and since converted to a digital file. I watched it once to write a review. I doubt I will ever watch it again. The secrets mentioned in the title shall remain lost forever.

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Action | Drama

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Release Date:

30 November 1979

Language

Mandarin


Country of Origin

Taiwan

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