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Podcast On Fire 237: Fong Sai Yuk & Aces Go Places III: Our Man From Bond Street

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Jet Li plays yet another Chinese folk hero during the busy wire-fu 90s and Cinema City takes the Aces Go Places-series to more firm James Bond-places. This episode therefore we review Corey Yuen’s martial arts comedy Fong Sai Yuk from 1993 and Aces Go Places III, this time directed by Tsui Hark, from 1984. With Kenny B and Paul Fox of the East Screen West Screen podcast.

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The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk (1993)

Set in China’s Ching Dynasty, The Legend of Fong Sai-yuk tells the story of a ruthless emperor who enslaves his people, and persecutes a courageous revolutionary group that is mobilizing to destroy his powerful regime. When young folk hero Fong Sai-yuk (Jet Li) discovers that his own father is a freedom fighter who has been targeted for retribution, he embarks on a heroic quest for justice that will unite his people and create a legend that will never be forgotten. Read the rest of this entry »

CineAsia deliver Connection’s to Fong Sai-Yuk!

Cine-Asia are on the ball this September with the release of a Jet Li Classic and a modern action thriller! On 6th September we will be treated to the DVD release of The Legend of Fong Sai-Yuk from Cine-Asia / Dragon Dynasty Label. Then on the 20th September Benny Chans action thriller Connected is being released on DVD! We have the DVD Artwork on both titles, just a click away! Read the rest of this entry »

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