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Eastern Condors

Sammo Hung Kam-Bo , Biao Yuen , Sammo Hung Kam-Bo    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of Sammo's best productions Jan. 8 2003
As mentioned already, this film is loosely based on the classic American war film The Dirty Dozen, except there's only 10 (i think) individuals and it's a half martial arts (MA), half war movie. Sammo actually lost a lot of weight for this role and he and Yuen Biao were just awesome in this movie. The story is simple, the best prison inmates are given a chance to earn money and freedom should they accomplish a secret mission. They will not know anything about their mission or where they are going until they are at the goal. Sammo is one of the inmates alongside director Yuen Kwai and choreographer Yuen Wo Ping. The latter 2 provide some comedy to the film. The Dirty Pack soon realize that they're in Vietnam to destroy nuclear weapons that the Viet Cong have yet to know about. The premise here is if the Viet Cong find out about it, they'll use it. The rest of the film displays some really cool acrobatic warfare tactics. There is also shooting involved as expected in a war film. Yuen Biao and Sammo showcase some very awesome moves; I'm talking wicked and fast attacks. I must mention that this is the kind of film that builds up to be better; the beginning is not all that impressive, but later on into the movie is great MA. The end fight is as should be the best...wow and ouch...This must be seen because some of the greatest fighters are here doing some great stuff. Yuen Wah is the leader of the Viet Cong platoon out to get the Dirty Pack, and he shows some of his awesome kicking abilities, this guy is so agile and fast. The well known Thai-boxer Billy Chow (the superpowerful general from Fist of Legend) also has a part as once again a bad guy. He has an extremely brutal fight with Sammo that'll make you cringe. Chow and Wah are very highly overlooked. Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars Condors Rocks! June 19 2000
By Jory
Cool remake of "The Dirty Dozen". The plot follows a ragtag group of recruits on a mission to destroy a hidden weapons bunker. A fit looking Samo Hung stars and directs this nonstop action movie. Lots of Hong Kong Cinema Superstars; Lam Ching Ying portrays the unit commander. Legend Yuen Woo Ping (Martial Arts Director "Matrix") appears as part of the crew. Dr. Haing S. Ngor, 1984 Best Supporting Actor winner for "The Killing Fields", is rescued from a villiage and joins the team enroute. Mercenary Yuen Biao is recruited at the same time. The guys are paired up with a feminine trio of freedom fighters, including Samo's real life wife Joyce Godenzi. Yuen Wah masters the role of the creepy bad guy and gets to showcase his martial arts skills. Lots of gritty gunbattle scenes and explosions. Superb stuntwork by most of the cast. Fight scenes with some of the best martial arts actors ever. The scene with the young boys directing the Russian Roulette game will haunt you. Samo makes very creative use of the local flora in the jungle fight scene. He also uses slow motion to showcase the moves of the lightning fast Yuen Biao. If you like war movies you will want to own this one. I bought the English dubbed version, but will also be purchasing the subtitled version.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rumble in the Jungle July 10 2001
A combination of Rambo and The Dirty Dozen, it's a far cry from Hamlet, but if you want to watch some great fight scenes, this film will cater to you needs. Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo Ping, Yuen Biao, Yuen Wah, Lam Ching Ying, and company live up to their collective reputation as some of Hong Kong's best hitters. A company of convicts are offered the chance of a pardon for their crimes if they blow up an American arms stockpile left behind in Vietnam. Needless to say, things get a little violent, nothing goes right, the mission turns into a localized Armegeddon, and more kicks are thrown than in a soccer game. The hand to hand fight at the end between Sammo and Yuen Wah, the perpetual bad guy, is very well done and very authentic. If you can stand the incomprehensible antics between the fights, you'll really enjoy this film.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad movie, but it could have been better May 20 2000
I remember seeing the TV comercials for this movie and thinking wow! Unfortunately, the movie didn't quite live up to expectations. I liked many elements of the movie: the premise (a team of Chinese convicts drops into 1976 Vietman to destroy a US weapons cache), the fight scenes. However, I hated the combat team that dropped in with Sammo Hung. These men are supposed to be hardened crimminals (like the dirty dozen), but during the movie they do nothing but cringe and whimper and act as comic relief. If one guy on the team was like that it would be okay, but to have an entire combat team made up of cowards ruins the movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Why One Star Feb. 29 2000
I love this movie and yes I have this copy. The Reason for 1 star is that they cut scenes that made this movie cool.I have the Original Laser disc copy and the reason I got this copy was the dubbing,(Which Sucks). HERE ARE THE SCENES THEY CUT OFF. They actualy cut of the Scene when Samo cuts the girls hand off.(I have a copy when it realy shows it comes off) Then the fight scenes was arange difffently. And they begining of the film has the flag pole scene cut off.And many more scenes ws remove. All I can say is that SHAME ON ON THIS PUBLISHER TO REDITED the movie.This sucks.
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