The man with the lack of Cantonese (and according to some, acting ability) but present in classic Hong Kong cinema, Michael Wong has built his image over the years, hitting it big as an SDU officer in the 90s before finding the airways of love. In this series we take a look at 9 of his movies to determine statistically whether he’s any good or not. Therefore, will he be Wong or Wrong in the end? For the opening episode, we’ll be taking a look at a movie where his co-star got the most attention though as son of Bruce Lee Brandon Lee makes his Hong Kong action debut in 1986’s Legacy Of Rage. With Kenny B and Phil G of Eastern Film Fans.
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00m 00s – Intro/Michael Wong biography and discussion.
39m 36s – Legacy Of Rage making of notes.
50m 32s – Legacy Of Rage review.
Podcast On Fire at Stitcher
Sleazy K’s Video
Eastern Film Fans Main site, Twitter, Facebook, Mobile
Michael Wong Gifs – Twitter
Legacy Of Rage – Far East Films review
Legacy Of Rage – Trailer
Michael Wong Doesn’t Like Being Called a Gweilo – South China Morning Post
The Hong Kong actor straddling two cultures – South China Morning Post
It runs in the family with Michael and Kayla Wong – ic Magazine
Tony Jaa interview – Eastern Film Fans