Warriors Two [DVD]
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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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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...Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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Brilliant movie with great traditional Fight scenes of Wing chun and Preying mants great comedy and a one of the best martial arts movies.Published 19 months ago by Hasan sheikh
Unlike some DVD versions of martial arts classics, this one was exactly the same as the VHS copy I was replacing. Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 2013 by 3D
I am going to keep this simple, if you are a Fan of classic Hong Kong Martial Arts Cinema, then Buy this movie it is a GEM, one of the best Hong Kong Legends releases and easilly... Read morePublished on 4 Sept. 2012 by Darren
THIS IS A OLD SKOOL KUNG FU MOVIE NOT IP MAN DOUCH.
HOW CAN U GIVE IT A BAD REVIEW WHEN YOUR NOT INTO OLS SKOOL MOVIES JUST STUPID. Read more
.The film concentrates on the style of Wing chun decribing its origins and history, at the begining. Read morePublished on 27 July 2007 by Mr. P. Doherty
Despite claims from (inevitably) Bey Logan that Warriors Two is one of the greatest and most groundbreaking martial arts films ever made, the reality is a tediously... Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2007 by Trevor Willsmer