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Jing Wu Men (1972)

Action | 106 minutes / 102 minutes (Hongkong) / 107 minutes (VS)
3,52 327 votes

Genre: Action / Crime

Duration: 106 minuten / 102 minuten (Hongkong) / 107 minuten (VS)

Alternative titles: Fist of Fury / The Chinese Connection / Een Vuistvol Karate / Jing Mo Mun / School for Chivalry / 精武門 / 精武门

Country: Hong-Kong

Directed by: Wei Lo

Stars: Bruce Lee, Nora Miao and James Tien

IMDb score: 7,2 (34.141)

Releasedate: 22 March 1972

Jing Wu Men plot

"Bruce Lee has done the impossible... ...HE'S SURPASSED HIMSELF!!!"

When the teacher of Kung-Fu student Chen Zhen is poisoned, Chen sets out to exact revenge at all costs. When he finds out that the competing Japanese gym is behind the master's death, he tries to infiltrate the school to avenge the murder.

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avatar van Film Pegasus

Film Pegasus (moderator films)

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After seeing several kung fu films, it had to happen of course, a film with Bruce Lee. The man can't act for a meter, but come on, his fights are solid and that's what we do it for. We already know the story, but it is still nice to see. I like Lee's "successors" more like Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donnie Yen and others. They have also mastered the genre that made Bruce Lee great. But these names give that a little more and in many other movies, a little more is made of the martial arts movies.

In any case, the film is not bad and certainly a pleasure for fans of the genre. Looking forward to more material from him.

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avatar van Onderhond


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Not good.

At first it seemed reasonable to me. The film still looked quite okay for HK standards and in the meantime I've already watched some Huo Yuanjia/Chen Zhen films so that link was also interesting.

But Lee is not my actor. He fights more with his face than with his body and that just doesn't bother me a lot. Never find his fights really exciting or impressive, again it wasn't much. Sometimes a lot of people fighting in front of the camera, but that just looked sloppy.

With 110 minutes on the clock, it's also way too long, especially since there's still some useless romance involved. Wondering if I'll ever come across another Lee film that says something to me. He probably didn't have much competition back then, but I do wonder how Lee got his reputation.


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avatar van scorsese


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Mediocre film about a kung-fu student who finds out that his master has been poisoned. A meager tale of good vs evil. Not a problem in itself, but the film is quite repetitive. There are two good, long fight scenes, but in between it all sinks in (and you prefer to see Bruce Lee fighting including his grimaces).

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