Game of Death 2 [Hindi] (1981) - Dubbed Other movies recommended for you
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Plot: While investigating his friend Chin Ku's (Hwang Jang Lee) death, martial artist Billy Lo (Bruce Lee) is killed. His younger brother, Bobby Lo (Kim Tai Chung), investigates both deaths. His search takes him to Japan, where he befriends Lewis (Roy Horan), master of the Castle Of Death. But when Lewis… Runtime: 96 min Release Date: 21 Mar 1981
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Some people is dissatisfied with that film for the poor plot. Forget about the plot, man. People don't see this type of film for the so called plot. Game of Death II has the best fight scene of the century. I doubt even Bruce Lee could't do much better than this if he was alive during the filming of the film.Tong Lung has portrayed some marvelous kung fu or jeet kune do here. Yuen Biao was fantastic and Yuen Wo Ping did an outstanding choreography. The music is fabulous kinda horror type. You will not forget the final fight scene between Chin Ku and Bobby Lo. It was long and <more>
heartstopping. You must see the film if u r an action fan. Do not bother about the plot but just enjoy the greatest fight.
A solid martial arts film from the early 80s... (by stupid_fresh)
...just forget about it being a Bruce Lee film! Honestly, it's pretty good. I don't know why people slate this film, it's no better or worse than something like Shaolin Iron Claws also starring Hwang Jang Lee , or many other martial arts films from the late 70a and early 80s.Unfortunately, as this was planned as a 'tribute to' read 'another way to get money out of the image of' Bruce Lee, it's what it's mainly remembered as. I would argue that there are some rather good sequences in this film - Roy Haron's fight scenes, for example, or the end <more>
sequence which is pretty enjoyable in a James Bond type of way .And, to be honest, the footage is interpolated a HELL of a lot better than that P.O.S. 'Game Of Death' film that came first, which is just laughable. Damn, that film was bad. This film, in comparison, is reasonably good natured, and at least moves on from the Bruce Lee footage none of which features any original Bruce Lee fighting at all! quite early, leaving the audience to get on with a 'proper film', rather than playing spot the edits with the original Bruce Lee footage and the stand in.I must apologise for all the 'inverted commas' in this review! Anyway, it's better than the first Game Of Death, Hwang Jang Lee is well worth watching as always and Roy Haron is wicked.
Bruce Lee stock footage plus intentionally bad movie equals fun! (by Captain_Couth)
The Game of Death II 1981 "stars" Bruce Lee, Lee stumbles onto something big, real big! After a meeting with his spiritual adviser and staving off a couple of assaults, the dragon learns that his best friend is dead. With the help of plenty of stock footage and a couple of doubles Biao Yuen being the lead faux Bruce Bruce Lee once again graces the silver screen.Sadly once the last of the footage runs out so does his life, Bruce is dead!! Oh no! Just like real life! All this happens in the first 20 or so minutes into the movie. It's up to little brother to find out what big <more>
brother stumbled onto It's real big I tell ya!! What happens next is like nothing you could ever imagine. Krazy kung-fu action directed by Yuen Woo-ping , copious amounts of blood letting and vengeance abound! Is it bad, hell yes! Is it worth watching? You bet your sweet bippy!Strongly recommended for fans of cheesy action films. This was the last official Bruce Lee movie. What a way to go out, as a pile of stock footage in a B-movie.
kung-fu-trash that'll have you laughing for days (by dolemite-13)
Of all the trashy kung-fu flicks made in the late seventies, I'd have to say this is my favourite. Not because it's so good, but because it's so bad. The story is similar to hundreds of other karate-movies: A man is killed by a drugs-syndicate and his brother takes revenge by kicking them all to kingdom come.What makes this movie so terribly bad, is the use of old footage of Bruce Lee who "plays" the part of the older brother . It includes scenes cut from his movies some of which were made when he was still a kid and even parts of his funeral. To cover up the use of <more>
old footage as if we didn't know that already they chose to use a stand-in in some of the scenes. Add to that the dreadful acting, directing, music also stolen from other movies and camera-work and you've got an instant kung-fu-trash classic. The result has to be seen to be believed. It had me laughing for days.