The Unconquered Man (1972)

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3 July 2019 | ckormos1
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| Only entertainment value is heckling
It starts with a Chinese junk sailing behind the opening credits. A group of men talk and decide someone must be killed. After that Japanese men are at a tea house and one guy decides to rape the hostess. She tries to fight back but the hero arrives to save her.

At just ten minutes in I knew I was watching a stinker. The fights were pathetic. Every word of dialog was explanation. All the acting was overacting. It's good to know where you stand at the start of the movie.

The fights were bad because the moves appear hesitant, attacks are off target, arms are flailing, and the fighter's posture is awkward. To a more trained eye the camera angles are often not right, the edits are not smooth, and the lighting is so bad you can't see anything. The only entertainment value this movie has is as a target for heckling. It's the kind of bad movie you can only enjoy by getting together with a crowd to laugh at.

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1972

Language

Mandarin


Country of Origin

Hong Kong

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