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Kung Fu Jungle

Synopsis

A vicious killer (Wang Baoqiang) is going round Hong Kong killing top martial arts exponents. When convicted killer and kung fu expert, Xia (Donnie Yen) hears of this, he offers to help the police catch the killer, in return for his freedom. However, the canny and lethal killer eludes them again and again. Although the latter has made it quite clear that Xia would be his ultimate challenge, Xia refuses to be drawn into a life or death duel - until the killer threatens the woman he loves most.

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Starring

Donnie Yen, Baoqiang Wang, Charlie Yeung

Directed by

Teddy Chan

Written by

Teddy Chan, Ho Leung Lau

Country Of Origin

China / Hong Kong

Language

Cantonese / Mandarin

ScreenDaily.com

"Kung Fu Jungle shows just how much fun there is to be had from a film that features some of the best martial art performers around."

Asian Film Strike

"... strong atmosphere and a truly impressive and escalating series of stunningly choreographed and directed fights. Donnie's best film since Wu Xia for sure, but most of all a love letter to Hong Kong action cinema"

Movie Exclusive

"This well-plotted, character-driven embodiment of a contemporary martial arts movie is thrilling, gripping and poignant."

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