Return of 5 Deadly Venoms
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The story is about a martial arts master who becomes evil when his wife is murdered and his son's arms are cut off by another martial arts group. After the father kills the three bad guys with his three Tiger Kung-Fu, he becomes even more evil himself over the years. He makes his son, who he trained in Kung-Fu, and now has iron arms to replace the arms he got cut off, a mean and cruel bully. He winds up crippling and injuring a group of four people in various ways (blinds one, destroys one's ability to speak or hear, makes one an idiot, and cuts off the legs of one). These four seek out another Kung-Fu master who trains them for three years and shows them how to overcome their handicaps. The four return to seek revenge on the group who injured them.
In conclusion, if you are a martial arts film fan, you will see tons of fights, both unarmed and with a host of martial arts weapons being used in this film. The fight scenes are very unique but like many Asian made martial arts films, many of the fights look more like dancing than fighting. Still a fun movie to watch.
Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Martial Arts Myths)
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was different from orginal 5 deadly so cant say its a "return" but all in all was decent moviePublished 10 days ago by Darrell
It certainly isn't as good as the original, but it was entertaining.Published 3 months ago by John P.
Crippled Avengers is not a movie for everyone, but if you're into a little bit of campiness, kung fu classics, the venom's clan actors, and/or traditional Hong Kong cinema Shaw... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tyler L. Pulliam
Return of the 5 Deadly Venoms a.k.a. Crippled Avengers. This is a fantastic copy. I have two other copies and this one is the best. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Clinton
Very good flick, although really too over the top at times, especially at the beginning. Also, the end fight section becomes more about synchronized acrobatics rather than... Read morePublished 3 months ago by SnowDog3000