The best swordsmen of China and Japan have made it a historical ritual to meet every 10 years for a showdown of fighting skills and powers. The leading fighter of the Japanese ninjas, Hashimoto (Tsui Siu-keung), and the Chinese chief Ching Wan (Damian Lau) have come to respect each other after years of competition - But Tradition demands that they lock swords again.
The 2 people who gave this review a 2 have no taste at all for classic Kung Fu movies. This film is a true classic, cheesy dramatic scenes only heighten the pleasure of the action... Read morePublished on Oct. 2 2011 by AlexanderTGish
This film is amazing. If you like kung fu/samurai flicks, this is the one to see. I thought "Swordsman II" was great, this I think, is better. Read morePublished on June 5 2004 by Thomas Yan Ong
I have promised myself not to buy any action movies produced before 1990 due to their slowness in fighting but this is one of the exceptions. Read morePublished on May 2 2004
Considering that this film was released when I was still in diapers this film was executed perfectly in every aspect. This story has it all. Read morePublished on April 28 2003 by marvis d. payne
the fight scenes and wire-fu are excellent for it's time. there's some crazy ninja antics that some will love and some will hate. i personally loved 'em. Read morePublished on April 4 2003 by Robert G. Cooper
Any movie that features lots and lots of Ninjas in it is worth buying. This movie has armies of ninjas.
Movies like the Godfather, for example, are classics.... Read more
the movie had poor production, poor sound effects, stupid story line, and bad acting!!!Published on Aug. 14 2002 by Raymone Latimore
Great action and story. Music used in Wu-Tang clan's "Triumph" track off Wu-Tang Forever.Published on May 24 2002 by Michael Kemeny Nathan