The Bastard Swordsman



Language: Chinese (Cantonese)

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The Bastard Swordsman

Reviewed by: sukting May 28, 2008

Rating: 3.0 out of 5

How long 1.5h Foreword With no nice swordfighting dramas to watch on television, what can we do? I can only rent movie DVDs. Are you interested in watching the movie version of Reincarnated? It is memorable because it has the two Swordsmen Wan acting together. Story Wan Fei Yeung (Tsui Siu Keung) is often bullied by his seniors at Mou Dong sect. Lun Yuen Yee (Lau Suet Wah) tries to speak up for him in...

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The Bastard Swordsman

Reviewed by: PJ August 21, 2004

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

The Bastard Swordsman isn't a kung fu movie -- well, that may depend on how you define "kung fu." I prefer to distinguish between kung fu and wuxia, and Bastard is a wuxia movie. I fell in love with it instantly. It also greatly influenced John Carpenter's "Big Trouble in Little China." A little background info: To the best of my knowledge, the legacy of the story started with a 1978 TV series called "Reincarnated."...

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