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  • Actors: Sammo Hung, Casanova Wong, Leung Kar Yan, Fong Hak Onn
  • Directors: Sammo Hung
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Cantonese Chinese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Hong Kong Legends
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Jan. 2005
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006687TY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,446 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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An all-star martial arts cast get into plenty of sword-and-hand action under the direction of Sammo Hung. Enter a brutal world and encounter the Sword Brothers, Thunder Tai, the Three Horned Beetle, Mentor Chui and the awesome Henchmen.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 April 2000
Format: VHS Tape
If your going purchase a kung fu film I suggest you make it this one. Directed by and starring Sammo Hung this is in my opinion his best film and easily one of the best Golden Harvest productions of the late 70's and early 80's. The plot revolves around cashier Hua (played by Cassanova Wong) who works in the local bank in a town called Fu Shan. He over hears his boss plot to kill the town official and quickly tells the local authority. Instead of being rewarded his actions he finds himself being ruthlessly persued by a gang of weapon wealding henchmen. Wounded he takes refuge with his friend Ya Chun (Sammo). In an attempt to out Hua from hiding the bad guys kill his mother. Now desperate for revenge and unable to do anything about it Hua decides to learn kung fu from Ya Chun's master (Leung Kar Yan). Slowly but surely he masters the art of wing chun. Eventually the news of Hua's whereabouts reach the bad guys and not long after his master is killed. Now with the help of his fellow students the revenge is coming! This movie is packed with action and it's choreographed to perfection. There's a nice blend of authentic wing chun and crazy techniques such as the mantis style peformed well by Fong Hak On. It's not all fighting, there is alot of fun here too, as you would expect from Sammo. Warriors Two is a must see for all kung fu movie fans...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By geneva@cwcom.net on 10 Sept. 2000
Format: VHS Tape
When it comes to leg kung-fu there is no one on the planet who can even lick the boots of Cassanova Wong, indeed the famous flying-spin kick over the table does nothing except exemplify this.Samo shows once again that when it comes to direction & choreography he's up thre with the very best, I guess all I can say about W2 is that it is without question the greatest of all Kung-Fu films, a real masterpiece. All fans of video should have this classic in their collection no matter their taste.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. T. Whitaker on 5 Feb. 2005
Format: DVD
Sammo Hung's 'Warriors Two' is a period kung-fu pic about a bank cashier named Wah (Korean kicking sensation Casanova Wong ['Iron-Fisted Monk']) who goes into hiding after he unwittingly listened in on a dastardly plot by his boss Banker Mok (Fung Hark-On, ['Police Story']) to completely take over the whole town of FoShan and become its Village Head by trying to arrange an 'accident' for the current one. Unfortunately a trap is set for Wah and is savagely beaten half to death by Mok's goons, and he is taken to kung-fu teacher Sifu Leung Jan (Leung Kar-Yan) -- who is a Wing Chun Master (who would be played by Yuen Biao in 1983's classic 'The Prodigal Son') -- for treatment and protection until his injuries recover.
However, Mok tries to lure Wah out of hiding by killing his mother (in Chinese traditions of this era it was the done thing to avenge the deaths of murdered friends and family). However, Fatty (Sammo Hung), a student of Leung Jan, tries to improve his chances by getting Sifu Leung to take Wah on as his student. The request is initially rejected due to the vengeful intentions (a no-no in martial arts disciplines), but, after a disgraceful and humiliating attempt at Fatty acting as Sifu (a scene worthy of a chuckle), Sifu Leung capitulates and teaches the various Wing Chun principles and techniques. But more trouble lies ahead for Leung himself...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "trickyn1cky" on 9 Jan. 2001
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Sammo Hung is outstanding infront and behind the camera, producing an old school martial arts movie which betters 'Drunken Master' and 'Magnificent Butcher' in terms of both fight sequences and humour. Casanova Wong, who i first saw in the best fight ever captured on celluloid, opposite Bruce Lee in Game of Death (uncut, in a conservatory,ALL KICKS!) is the star of the film. His leg kung fu seems somewhat wasted in a Wing Chun based movie, although the opening scene and the flying spin kick at the end show just how good he was. Great support from Leung kar-lan and Fung Hark On surpass the pure cheese story (there isn't one, really) and the fights are just so amazing. A classic and a definite purchase for any martial arts fans.
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Cashier Hua is a ordinary man who works in a Bank. However one night he accidentally over hears that his boss Mok is planning to murder the head of the town. After failing to save the man's life he is forced into hiding. Eventually Kung Fu Master Leung Jan decides to train him so he can defend himself.

Sammo Hung returned to the directors chair for this fast paced and exciting Kung Fu flick. This was the second film he had full creative control over, the first was The Iron Fisted Monk which was made in 1977.

Hung's style of directing was different to that of other classic film makers such as Chang Cheh for example. Cheh liked his action scenes to be one verses all which would result in a massive blood bath and a high kill count. Hung however prefered his films to be man verses man in a showdown that would pit one man's skills against anothers.

In the lead we have Korean actor Casanova Wong as the innocent Cashier Hua. His martial arts skills are lethal and his spin kicks have to be seen to be believed. He is supported by Sammo Hung himself in a more comical role as Fat Chun a would be grocer who usually ends up losing all his stock due to poor bets or hunger. Bryan Leung Ka-yan plays the martial arts master Leung Jan who reluctantly decides to teach those two bumbling idiots the art of Wing Chun.

The villains consist of three bad guys. One carries a spear, the other is seemingly invincible to body attacks and the other who is prohaps the most deadly of the three is a older bearded man with powerful leg and arm attacks. All the fight sequences are perfectly staged with fast movements that don't look as if they have been speeded up. My personal favourite was when Hung takes out two swordsman.
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