7 Grandmasters

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Peter

Sucks, badly dubbed in english and distorted transfer of wide-screen into 16 X 9

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John

so much evolution in martial art cinema. to think of james cagney and his fight with the japanese villain in the move '....blood on the sun...' - well worth seeing. this movie reminds me of the pai maei scenes in quentin tarantino's '...kill bill..' films. in 1972 - i was hypnotized by ...Read more

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seriously!

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