Kung Fu Killer (2008)

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A Caucasian monk in Shanghai infiltrates the underworld to find the killers of his spiritual female Grandmaster.

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  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)
  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)
  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)
  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)
  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)
  • David Carradine in Kung Fu Killer (2008)

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11 September 2008 | gridoon2019
| Welcome back Anya
"Kung Fu Killer"'s main drawing card is that it reunites two big names from "Kill Bill" - David Carradine and Daryl Hannah - but let's face it, this is not the shining moment in either of their careers: Carradine is getting too old and static to participate in continuous action scenes, and Hannah has a rather thankless "object of desire" role. The real reason for which I would recommend seeing this film is the presence of Anya as a henchwoman. Apparently she had a near-fatal car accident in 2003, but she returned to her career, and despite a couple of remaining scars, she still looks stunningly beautiful. She also seems to have worked on both her martial arts skills (impressive) and her acting (arguably the best in the film - though her character suffers at points from poor writing, and it seems as if the writers wanted to suggest that she is lesbian but not go "all the way"). The story is kind of slow and plain, but the production values are passable, and there is some good fighting at certain points; I liked how the choreographers incorporated choking / grappling techniques in the fights - particularly when Lin Tong Hsu (the Head Siren) used them! (**)

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