UQUV-042 Rui Sakuragi Legend Japanese Vintage Part 1 - fist of legend part

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fist of legend part - UQUV-042 Rui Sakuragi Legend Japanese Vintage Part 1


Directed by Tung Man Chan, Robert Tai. With Shiao-Hu Tso, Chin-Kun Li, Wai-Tong Lau, Bolo Yeung. Dr. Sun leads a movement to free China from its Japanese occupation. While on a tour of China he is constantly assaulted by assassins hired by the Man Chu leaders. The Chun Do school of martial arts is tasked to safeguard Dr. Sun's passage/10(96). Fist of Legend is a production and a remake of The Chinese Connection (also known as Fists of Fury, which starred the greatest martial arts legend of them all, Bruce Lee). This film is set in , when Shanghai was occupied by the Japanese and racial tensions were high. Li stars as Chen Zhen, who returns to Shanghai to avenge the death of /5().

Dec 22,  · Directed by Gordon Chan. With Jet Li, Shinobu Nakayama, Siu-Ho Chin, Billy Chow. In , a Chinese martial artist returns to Shanghai to find /10(K). Fist of Legend is a Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Gordon Chan, featuring action choreography by Yuen Woo-ping, and produced by Jet Li, who also starred in the lead doggiestyle.xyz film was released on 22 December It is a remake of the film Fist of Fury, which starred Bruce Lee as the lead character. The film is set in the Shanghai International Settlement in at the Music by: Joseph Koo (Hong Kong version), .

Fist of Legend, the movie, is a solid star event. Jet Li is fast, fast, fast. The fights are not too repetitive and the story isn't annoyingly bad. I probably have a soft spot for this movie, but I really can't think of too many pure martial arts flicks in my library that are better (maybe Drunken Master)/5(). The story of three legendary street-fighting high school friends and rivals who reunite 25 years later for the biggest fight of their lives. On a television show billed as ‘the greatest fight show on Earth,’ eager amateurs with lots to prove boldly step into the ring and expect to leave bloody but victorious.