Za ji wang ming dui


Action / Drama

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 175


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960.53 MB
Chinese 2.0
23.976 fps
100 min
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1.74 GB
Chinese 2.0
23.976 fps
100 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by a_chinn 7 / 10 / 10

Good fight sequences, but more comic than most Venom Mob pictures

I was about to write a review of this film saying it's not quite as great as a Venom Mob marital arts film, but when I pulled it up on IMDb, it is a Venom Mob martial arts action flick! I think I was thrown in that while the film had terrific acrobatic fight sequences that were just as impressive as any of the groups best films, it had a more comedic of tone and was also not nearly as violent as most of their other films. Still, the fight sequences are stellar in this familiar story about a of group of heroes plotting an elaborate scheme to avenge their friend's murder.

Reviewed by ChungMo 3 / 10 / 10

Two Good Fights, not so Good Story for all six Venoms

This is one of the few post "5 Deadly Venoms" to feature all "six" Venoms. Sheng Chiang, while always associated as a venom actually never played one. This film has the "Snake", Pai Wei in a supporting role as an evil bodyguard. A very uneven film, it bends from light comedy to light seriousness without really delivering either. Some interesting plot elements are not expanded on and that's a shame. There are really only two fight scenes in the whole film, one about half way through and the other at the end for about fifteen minutes. A couple of short training scenes and an ultimately bizarre scene with the bad guys showing off their deadly techniques to a general liven things up a bit. The finale is very good but you have to wade through the very boring second half to get to it. A good portion of the movie is designed to show off the acrobatic abilities of the three actors who originally came from acrobatic troupes in Taiwan. Unfortunately the scenes are not the greatest examples of Chinese acrobatics, if you've ever had the chance to see Mainland acrobats. Director Chang Cheh and the Venoms have all done better films. Good for Shaw fans. Known as "Shaolin Daredevils", there is nothing associated with Shaolin in this film.

Reviewed by petersgow 3 / 10 / 10

The final straw for Shaw Brothers, at least for me

I remember watching this in Chinatown when it came out, back in 1980 (at least in the US) and it was one of the last Shaw brothers movies I made a trek over the bay bridge to see. Unlike many reviewers, I never liked 5 Venoms. Sorry, but walking on walls and the ceiling is just not my idea of kung fu. The was even worse, with silly acrobatics and flips just killed it for me. I was a fan of Fu Sheng, Ti Lung and Chen Kuan Tai, who all seemed to have some omph behind their kung fu (possibly because the all were from schools that sparred) but the venoms struck me as all show. Anyway, Jackie Chan made Young Master, and that was it. Golden Harvest had won, after all. I know the Shaw's tried to crank them out for a few more years, but movies like this were what killed them.

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