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The legendary Five Venoms come together once more under celebrated director Chang Cheh (The Five Venoms) in Shaolin Rescuers. This spirited 1979 tale of heroism and friendship unites two blue-collar workers against a corrupt priest and his temple-terrorizing minions. Lo Meng (Hard Boiled) stars as a tofu maker, and Kuo Chue (The Brave Archer series) plays his sparring partner, a waiter with a talent for turning anything he touches into a weapon. When they meet a put-upon mill worker and a wounded Shaolin disciple, the action builds to one of the most thrilling final battles in the Shaw Brothers’ canon: a masterfully executed five-on-five brawl that puts an over-the-top arsenal of weaponry in the lethal hands of the Venoms.
although this picture sometimes fades and blur during the movie, I enjoyed this movie very much. however I realize this is poor production on the movie's studio part and not the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by charlene
I love this movie very much. I love all the Venoms movies. It has a lot of action in it. I love Phillip Kwon aka Kou Chu the best.Published on June 29, 2013 by gary alan quinn
This was one of the Shaw Bros best films. They d so many, how can you not like the Venom Bros. This is a keeper.Published on April 1, 2013 by Kindle Fan
Shaw Brothers is what to watch when it comes down to Kung Fu movies. I remember this movie when I was a kid and had to get it for myself!Published on January 25, 2013 by AARON
another deadly venom classic you can add to your collection if you are ol' skool kung fu critic;i gave it 3 stars to compare to the other venom filmsPublished on January 16, 2012 by teto
Ajin Chen and Yang Dabao are friendly acquaintences in the beginning, and the pair share a dream of becoming martial arts heroes. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by Texas Dragon
This is another in a long line of collaborations between the venoms and Chang Cheh. It is not there best (I think that would be Crippled Avengers), but it is highly entertaining. Read morePublished on August 8, 2011 by Eric Barksdale
The choreography, and cinimatography absolutely awesome!!
There is no question this is another 5 star performace from the vemom crew, however, I give it 4 stars for... Read more