Kick Boxer (Taiwan version) VCD
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After bringing too many problems to his family, spoiled young Lau Chat (Yuen Biao) gets sent to Po Chi Lam where he becomes Wong Fei Hung's disciple. Young and easily incensed, Lau is quick to defend the weak, but his impulsive actions often lead to trouble. Not only does he get into a fight with foreigners, he gets duped into smuggling opium. With Master Wong away, it's up to Lau to clear his name and bring the true criminals to justice.
|Product Title:||Kick Boxer (Taiwan version) 黃飛鴻之鬼腳七 (台灣版) 黄飞鸿之鬼脚七 (台湾版) Kick Boxer (Taiwan version) Kick Boxer (Taiwan version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Yuen Biao (Actor) | Wu Ma | Sheila Chan (Actor) | LYU XIU LING (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor) 元彪 (Actor) | 午馬 | 陳淑蘭 (Actor) | 呂秀菱 (Actor) | 任世官 (Actor) 元彪 (Actor) | 午马 | 陈淑兰 (Actor) | LYU XIU LING (Actor) | 任世官 (Actor) 元彪（ユン･ピョウ） (Actor) | 午馬（ウー・マー） | 陳淑蘭（チャン・ソックラン） (Actor) | ＬＹＵ ＸＩＵ ＬＩＮＧ (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor) 원표 (Actor) | Wu Ma | Sheila Chan (Actor) | LYU XIU LING (Actor) | Ren Shi Guan (Actor)|
|Country of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Publisher:||Xin Sheng Dai (TW)|
|Other Information:||2 VCDs|
|Package Weight:||80 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1004064884|
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Customer Review of "Kick Boxer (Taiwan version)"
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: (3)
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September 13, 2008
This customer review refers to Kick Boxer (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Wu Ma has never been a great director but thanks to Yuen Biao he has created a fine picture here. Yuen biao plays the famous Club Foot (Wong Fei Hungs student) so he gets to let rip with some swift kicking techniques and he does it easily but he also gets to show of his acrobatic side. Biao is likeable as always and plays the role just fine if not a bit see-it before type.
Story wise it is nothing to shout about it has been done in any picture involving Wong Fei Hung about the smuggling of opium, but that does not stop the picture from being any less entertaining because there are many fight scenes interspersed through out the film making it move at a reasonable pace. What does hinder the viewing pleasure is Wu Ma's strange camera movement during some fights but not enough to distract and his choice of shooting in the dark which makes it difficult to see whats going on.
The high light is definitely the fight between Biao and Yuen Wah and it is astounding, the only thing that didn't do it for me was the use of fake legs and the use of special effects to indicate that Biao has got a third leg (not literally).
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April 14, 2007
|Yuen Biao's charm blazes through on screen making this a near favorite. The story moves along & progresses understandably with the high flying kicks & acrobatic fights that he is capable of. Enjoyable & collectable for any Yuen Biao fan. This is one that actually has a "feel good" closure to the story so that should make it extra enjoyable. (since any fan would know how dramatic tragedy also seems to be a growing trend of Yuen Biao's)|