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on 10 July 2010
The martial arts in this film rival that of even the legendary Bruce Lee, as it is more breath-takingly acrobatic, but without the use of naff 'house of flying daggers' hanging in the air nonsense. The stunts in this are genuine and it's a wonder how the actors survived making this film. The story is quite good also, unlike a lot of kung fu movies. You gotta see it if you like beat em' ups, martial arts in general and especially if you like Muay Thai.
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