Flicks With Kicks 2 (Advantage Collection)
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Love and Sword - NR/94 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/English dubbed & In Manadrain with English subtitles/Special Features: Wu Tang Mountain documentary
With its fast-paced swordplay action sequences and lavish period-piece production design, the Taiwanese film LOVE AND SWORD is one of the forgotten and rarely seen classics of old-school kung-fu cinema. Directed by Lee Chia, the hard-hitting epic stars Roc Tien as a renowned fighter forced out of retirement by a dark secret from his past.
Choi Lee Fut Kung Fu - NR/88 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/English dubbed and In Mandarin with English subtitles/Special Feature: Cliff Lok demonstation and interview
From The Mentor of Jackie Chan! Based on actual events, this film tells the story of renowned Choi Lee Fut kung fu master Chang Hung Sing. After a deadly battle with a Ching warlord, two Ming loyalists go into hiding to prevent a secret name list of patriots falling into Ching hands, which would result in their martial arts factions being wiped out.
Elimination Pursuit - NR/80 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/Mandarin with English subtitles
With its fast-paced action sequences and lavish period-piece production design, the Hong Kong film ELIMINATION PURSUIT is one of the forgotten and rarely seen classics of old-school kung fu cinema. Directed by acclaimed action choreographer Chang Peng, the high-flying extravaganza follows a lone swordsman as he wanders the countryside hunting down a rogue martial-arts master.
Duel at Supreme Gate - NR/80 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/Mandarin with English subtitles
With its frenzied swordplay action sequences and magnificent period-piece production design, the martial arts film DUEL AT THE SUPREME GATE is a rarely seen Shaw Brothers classic from the Hong Kong school of kung fu cinema.
Drunken Dragon - NR/94 mins/Widescreen (1.85:1)/English dubbed and In Cantonese with English subtitles
Drunken Dragon is a hyperkinetic melange of kung-fu action and slapstick comedy. Martial-arts legend Philip Ko stars as an evil master on a quest to find the magical armor that will make him invincible and help him achieve world domination.
Cub Tiger of Kwang Tung - NR/85 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/Mandarin with English subtitles/Special Features: An audience with Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan s first starring role sees him play a young waiter who also happens to be a kung fu fanatic, although his Father (Tien Fong-Fist of fury) has forbidden him from learning the martial arts. Jackie trains in secret and is a Young Master in his own right. Local store owners seek the help of Jackie to protect them from a greedy Chinese extortion ring.
Along Comes the Tiger - NR/85 mins/Widescreen (2.35:1)/English dubbed and In Mandarin with English subtitles/Special Feature: Audio commentary with Wang Tao and Toby Russell, Interview with Robert Tai
A kung-fu version of Sergio Leone's iconic spaghetti Western Once Upon a Time in the West, is one of the forgotten classics of old-school Hong Kong cinema. Martial arts legend Wang Tao stars as a righteous fighter who defends a village that's being terrorized by a ruthless gang called the Black Dragon Society.
Kings of Fists and Dollars - NR/80 mins/Widescreen (1.85:1)/English dubbed
"With money, even ghosts can be made to push grindstone .
This Chinese saying accurately describes how Chien Tung uses his riches to get his evil ways. And what he cant buy he uses force to get. Only one man does not bow to Chiens money or fists; Fighter Chuang Yen.
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You'll have to buy these films individually or settle for the first Flicks With Kicks box set.
The films that would have been included were:
Love and Sword
Choi Lee Fut Kung Fu
Duel at Supreme Gate
Cub Tiger of Kwang Tung
Along Comes the Tiger
Kings of Fists and Dollars
Est. Release Date: Jan 6, 2009