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My Kung Fu 12 Kicks


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the little brat is back May 14 2006
By morgoth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Now I am pretty sure you have seen kung fu hustle if you are reading this review. So you know who the beast is. Well now you can experience this guy in the roles he used to be in. His name is bruce liang and was a bruce lee clone for a long time. He was also a jacky clone but he can't act whatsoever like jacky can, he is just hard to watch at any time. They don't exactly showcase his bad acting like they did with the fists, kicks, and evils, but is still pretty noticeable. I would recommend hapkido if you want to see him in a really good role.

So the story is pretty pitiful and you can tell that they put absolutely no time into it. Another movie that was probably shot in a day or maybe even two. So the bad guy(Hoi San Lee) shows up and he just wants to beat people down I guess. he does so and then bruce goes to train with ku feng to get revenge. Like I said the story is godawful. Bruce has a girlfriend in this and out fo nowhere she gets beaten to death and bruce gives absiolutely no recognition to it. Amazing. So let me just skip past the stupid ass training sequences and talk about he final fight. Pretty unspectacular, btu at the very end it gets good when his friend enters the scene. We get about 30 seconds of some really good stuff but the rest is right on par with most of the crap you have seen. It is sad, casue these are 2 of the top screen fighters ever.

The commentary sucks too.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great fighting, bad dubbing Feb. 4 2007
By David Whitman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I really wish they would re-dub some of Bruce Liang's movies. The fight choreography and slapstick humor on this is great and is on par with the best of any Jackie Chan movie. But the dubbing is just too asinine to follow. I would rather watch this in Chinese than in English!!


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