Bruce Lee the Invincible
Hong Kong 1978
Chiang Chung Ping
directed by Law Kai Shuk (= Lo Chi)
starring Chen Sing, Bruce Li (= Ho Chung Tao), Chan Wai-Man, Cheung Lik, Tang Tien Hsi, Chen Wai-ying Bolo Yeung, Mars, Chan Lung, Fung Hak On, Lee Sau Kei, Lin Yang Yang, Liu Chia Yng, Liu Chun, San Sin, Shan Kwai, Tai Shan, Eric Tsang, Wong Mei
written by Yang Ku-yao, music by Eddie Wang, stunt coordination by Cheung Lik, Wong Mei
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Master Fok (Chen Sing) and his student Fong (Bruce Li) are trailing a
shaolin monk gone rogue, Chen (Chan Wai-Man), and find him running a mine.
At the mine, he doesn't only exploit the workers but also bed their wives,
and yet the workers can rebel all they want, they'll never be a match for
Chen's martial arts skills and his violent henchmen.
However, then Chen
lays his eyes on Wai Sin (Chen Wei-ying), daughter of a local shopowner,
and her fiancé Shu San (Cheung Lik) is a skilled enough fighter to put up
resistance. So Chen hires a native tribe to kidnap the girl. Shu San teams
up with Master Fok and Fong to save the girl, but in order to do so, the
three of them have to fight their way through a jungle of kung fu fighting
gorillas and violent natives.
Of course they succeed, and in the
showdown, they also kill Chen ...
Ok, seeing Bruce Li and
friends matching their martial arts skills with gorillas (or rather men in
less than convincing gorilla suits) is kind of fun, and the fake natives
are at least a hoot to look at, but other than that, there's little to
recommend this film, it's little more than a tired kung fu movie with very
mediocre fight scenes and a weak story to carry them.
Not really worth