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Includes:Brothers Five (1970) Brave Archer and His Mate (1982) Holy Flame of the Martial World (1983) Journey of the Doomed (1985) Brothers Five Fist of Fury director Lo Wei keeps the action flowing and the body blows flying in this epic tale of revenge and brotherly love featuring Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon swordsman Cheng Pei-pei. The same killers who murdered Yen Lai's father have overrun the Teng Lung Manor, and now Lai's only hope for revenge is to reunite her five brothers. But her siblings have all been separated since childhood, and brining them back together promises to be nearly as formidable a task as defeating the nefarious Lung-Chen feng and his gang. As the fight gets underway, however, old bonds are soon strengthened through the mutual hunger for revenge. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Brave Archer and His Mate The fury of the Venoms series combines with the ferocity of classic martial arts films in this installment of the Brave Archer series featuring a cameo by Japanese screen legend Alexander Fu Sheng. When a mass murderer begins dispatching with martial arts masters, it's up to one of the slain masters' best students (Kuo Chue) to defeat the maniacal killer once and for all. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Holy Flame of the Martial World No synopsis available. Journey of the Doomed A lone swordsman comes to the aid of a breathtaking beauty who was sold into prostitution in this Shaw Brothers martial arts classic starring Tung Wei (Enter the Dragon). Female kung-fu star Hui Ying-hung plays the leader of a deadly team of assassins. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
...Charles de Gaulle, California Baseball, Starkweather homicide, Children of Thalidomide.
Director Kelly Reichardt makes a great moderator for a spirited afternoon
The sin that keeps on giving
The controversial indie is out in theaters and on VOD
The five contenders yield a few surprises
From Adele to Paul Williams, Ennio Morricone to Bombay Jayashri
As always, international flavor abounds
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