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Ever the clown; Sammo Hung in “Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog.”
An amazing (and amazingly busy) Thai poster for “Drunken Master.” It’s great to see that it actually uses the film’s original title, “Drunk Monkey in the Tiger’s Eye.”
The Toad (Lo Meng) takes on The Centipede (Lu Feng) in “Five Deadly Venoms.”
For such a popular kung fu film, I feel it’s surprisingly thin on action and, instead, plays out as a really sinister mystery. Of course, what action there is is amazing but I often wonder why it’s so popular with people who aren’t typically fans of the genre.
Though we know him for his frenetic gun play, John Woo actually started out directing kung fu films and “The Hand of Death” was one of his earliest efforts.
Coincidentally it featured a bunch of unknowns who would later go on to become house hold names…including Sammo Hung (complete with fake overbite) and a young spear wielding Jackie Chan.
It also features legends like Yuen Wah, Yuen Biao and Wilson Tong as extras/henchmen and features John Woo himself in an acting role.
While it’s not the best kung fu film, it’s certainly a solid effort. It’s just that the slow speed and lack of complexities found in the fights now feel a little dated.