通天老虎
The Master Strikes (1980)


Reviewed by: Frank Lakatos
Date: 10/14/2005
Summary: Casanova Wong's best Hong Kong movie........

Casanova Wong's best Hong Kong movie. To let Casaova Wong go crazy on screen, that the way to do it! Yen Shi Kwan is in incredible form, and the choreography of well edited acrobatics and kicks, expecially on Casanova's part. The rest of the movie, if you've seen the subtitled version, is well paced and entertaining. The final fight between Yen Shi Kwan, Casanova Wong, Ching Siu Tung, and Mang Yuen Man is impressive. Superior. *****/*****


Reviewed by: goldenshaw
Date: 03/07/2003
Summary: well choreograph fight scenes

Action begins in the opening segment of this film lots of acrobatic well choreograph fight scenes but what caught my attention is wong mei mei she's got good kung fu skills.


Reviewed by: SBates
Date: 01/20/2001
Summary: See this for the Kung Fu!

Painfully bad dubbing on this otherwise fine kung-fu movie. An escort (Ca Sa Fa) goes mad when he loses the priceless Jade Horse he's hired to guard. Turns out he was tricked by the guy that hired him (Yen Si-Kuan), who collected the insurance money on the Horse. Anyway, the now-insane, but still kung-fu kicking, escort meets up with two 'artful dodgers' (Ching Siu Tung, Mang Yuen Man) who realize he's been tricked and set off to get the prize.
Don't be put off by the needlessly complex plot: this movie has great acrobatic fighting, and a finale that will leave you in astonishment. '**** 'for the kung-fu.