Sandong muljangsu (1982)

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A young man, trained in the art of "Shaolin Thunderkick" must master 72 Shaolin styles in order to avenge the death of his mentor.

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5 January 2005 | Joost_van_Steeg@Hotmail.com
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| From water girl to kung fu boy
The daughter of a restaurant owner gets kidnapped. The water boy (who's almost a girl because his wee-wee was chopped off) want to free her. But therefor he first has to become a real man with real kung fu skills. So he starts training with an old guy.

As with a lot of movies made by Kuo you can skip the first hour and start where the training sessions begin. Although there're some good fighting scenes in the beginning, the bad acting and humor make you lose your attention and do something else. But the last half hour consists of some good and fast paced fights.

The ending makes me think of Jackie Chan's fearless Hyena, in which first his master gets his peace of action, after which trainee takes over. And I must say that this guy has some awesome kicking techniques as well as his Santa-like opponent. 6/10

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Release Date:

1 August 1982

Language

Korean


Country of Origin

South Korea

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