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Kung Fu - The Movie [DVD]

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  • Actors: David Carradine, Brandon Lee, Mako, Martin Landau, Benson Fong
  • Directors: Richard Lang
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Feb. 2006
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BW7I2A
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,977 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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David Carradine returns as fugitive Shaolin Kwai Chang Caine in this movie spin-off from the popular television series, made ten years after the show finished its original run. When Caine's own son (Brandon Lee) comes under the influence of an evil warlord (Mako), he becomes a deadly assassin. His mission is to eliminate his own father - and Caine must call upon all his skill to turn his son from evil.

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A spin off from the TV series sees Cain travelling through America. He is found by his son who is under the influence of an assasin.

Worth watching I am going to replace my worn out video with the DVD!
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A big dissapointment. The film has all the requirements to be a good mobile for Carradines skills but never really gets off the cutting floor. A weak script and an even weaker producton leaves all but the Carradine fans wishing the TV series was more readilly available.
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By Dodwell on 18 Dec. 2013
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Having enjoyed the three "Kung Fu" television series, many moons ago, I thought that this would be an interesting addition. Wrong!

It appears to me to have been cobbled together during a drunken weekend, by a group intent on making a few bucks from past glories.

A weak plot, very little action, a wooden Brandon Lee (shame) and a pointless appearance by Martin Landau, who pops up a couple of times to say his character name and look glaringly at anyone he doesn't approve of plus a very weak ending, make this "spin off" a real drag and a disappointment. The fight sequences look as though they were choreographed by Arlene Philips and the one interesting flashback is used at least twice. Poor.

I'm glad I didn't pay full price for this travesty. Oh, and Bill Lucking appears again as a baddie. Talk about type casting and lack of imagination.
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This DVD is simply enjoyable honest entertainment, that attempts to tie up a few loose ends, and draw a line under the travels and troubles of fugitive Kwai Chang Cain.

Those who remember and enjoyed the original series with its words of wisdom and easy on the eye fight scenes, should enjoy watching this.

At the end there is a fight scene that, sadly, comes across a little 'cheesy' due to the almost 'superhero' type music that's played every time Cain lifts his arms to show his Shaolin Monk tattoos. Apart from that it's decent viewing, with the added bonus of featuring Brandon Lee.
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I have all three box sets of the Kung Fu series of which I am a great fan. I bought this as the 'icing on the cake'. I needn't have bothered really. As a film it doesn't seem to work very well. It is really an extended episode of the show but it's hard to know why it was made as it adds little to the overall series. Elements of the film just don't make sense and it doesn't seem to flow very well. Carradine is not at his best either. Worth watching but not worth paying too much for.
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my husband watched this film as a kid and wanted our son to experiance them too. i bought the series box set as well and we are all thoughly enjoying them, action with a bit of wisdom thrown in.
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This made-for-TV film was made in 1986, 11 years after the original series ended. Instead of any advancement in that time the effects and scripting and fight choreography addup to a half-hearted effort that fails to impress. This was the year Top Gun and Platoon were in the cinemas, programs like the A-team and Remington Steele were on the TV, but this has the feel of an old episode of Bonanza. SPOILERS AHEAD. The strange plot devices like the off-screen destruction of the Shaolin temple and the ghostly appearance of the Master to Caine just trample on the memory of the original,and the 'love interest' is risible. The weak action sequences lack any imagination or commitment. Avoid.
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I never watched any TV show or movie that was so deeply philosophical and so full of good teachings as the series "Kung Fu" from the 70's. I think such a high achievement is difficult to repeat and this movie falls short of it. Still, it is as far as I know the only sequel that is centered around the original character Kwai Chang Caine and not one of his homonymous descendants and for that reason alone I think it's worth watching by any fan of the series.
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