Overwhelming dislike- based on 36 Ratings
Jul 27, 2015One of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's just a blatant ripoff of Twin Dragons only much more stupid. The fighting is too fake andOne of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's just a blatant ripoff of Twin Dragons only much more stupid. The fighting is too fake and ridiculously impractical. The beginning was fun and believable but the rest of the film felt like an episode of Dragonball Z or a sequel to Forbidden Kingdom with a third of its budget. It's beyond boring as well. It doesn't help that the actors have no charisma whatsoever.… Full Review »
Aug 3, 2013True Legend tells the story of Yuan Lie, the pale kung-Fu master of the Five Venom Fist, who is adopted by the man who killed his father andTrue Legend tells the story of Yuan Lie, the pale kung-Fu master of the Five Venom Fist, who is adopted by the man who killed his father and raised him as one of his own. Jealous of his adopted brother Su Can's marriage to his sister, Yuan Ying, and longing for vengeance for the murder of his father, Yuan Lie takes his revenge, and takes over the kingdom as his own, and keeps his nephew hostage. Barely escaping with their lives, Su Can and Yuan Ying flee to the mountains, where they plan to rescue their son. Thinking that her husband has gone mad, Yuan Ying ventures off to rescue her son alone, while Su Can fights with the god of wushu in his mind, and learns the secret to defeating Yuan Lie. But can Su Can reach the palace to save his family in time? I found True Legend very entertaining. The fight sequences are very well choreographed, and feature over-the-top action that is trademark of a good Kung-Fu movie. The antagonist of the movie uses armor that is sewn into his skin, and his punches shoot poison into his victims. The special effects in this movie are very well done, and show how far that Chinese cinema has come. The movie also has a well known actress, Michelle Yeoh, who plays Dr. Yu, as well as a cameo by the late American actor David Carradine. The acting of all of the characters is very well done, even from a westerner's point of view, whatever that is worth. I don't speak Mandarin, although I prefer to watch Chinese films with their original voice track, and subtitles, so when I say the acting is good, I mean that there is plenty of believable and genuine emotion throughout this movie, and that is a trait that sets this movie apart from a lot of action films. As a fan of kung fu movies, I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone else who is a fan of kung fu, or action films in general. I think this movie even deserves a spot in my Blu-Ray collection. Enjoy!!… Full Review »
May 2, 2012Dude, you have to checkout the podcast review of True Legend and Legend of The Fist here - http://tinyurl.com/d7tgbo2
The Mondo ManiacsDude, you have to checkout the podcast review of True Legend and Legend of The Fist here - http://tinyurl.com/d7tgbo2
The Mondo Maniacs (www.mondomaniacs.com) do a podcast review and comparison between True Legend and Legend of the Fist. The review is funny as balls! You can check it out here - http://www.mondomaniacs.com/2012/05/02/true-legend-vs-legend-of-the-fist
I highly recommend it.
-Steve The Dude… Full Review »