Discuss the greatest and your latest Shaw Brothers movies.
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Postby Goldenswallow » Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:36 am

This thread might answer you questions, although I have it I still haven't got round to watching it even though it looks like my kind of film!

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Postby Aka Tek » Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:29 pm

Ive got it also but havent had the time to watch it yet. Looks mad though!

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Postby loempiavreter » Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:36 pm

@Goldenswallow thanks for the link, but I couldn't finda quick synopsis in that topic. And there are no reviews yet :(

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Re:Thunderclap and To Kill A Mastermind remastered?

Postby pollypolly » Mon Dec 27, 2010 6:24 pm

[Quote=fist] Thunderclap and To kill a mastermind have'nt been remastered have they?[/Quote]

Yes, Thunderclap has as well.

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Postby pollypolly » Tue Dec 28, 2010 6:24 pm

It's up on Youku - along with TKAM, Purple Darts, I Will Finally Knock You Down Dad, Black Enforcer plsu more. There's a separate thread about it in the Shaws section. I'm assuming they were already remastered by Celestial but who has uploaded them onto Youku I'm not sure...I suspect Celestial themselves.

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Postby pollypolly » Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:39 pm

Totally agree with the Champ here, Black Enforcer really is a great little swordplay and vastly under rated IMO. Perhaps Celestial didn't put it out on DVD thinking that Tang Ching didn't have the star power or pull to sell enough units?

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Postby samtheseed » Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:18 pm

Thunderclap. Summary
A clever Shaw Brothers wuxia comedy about a young antihero (Tony Leung Siu Hung) getting himself and his friend (Max Mok) into all kinds of trouble and ultimate defeating the "Heavenly Demon" (Chen Kuan Tai). Lightning fast action, pleasant humor, great acting and a helpful modern-day narrator makes this an unusually enjoyable Shaw Brothers production.

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