The Man from Hong Kong (The Dragon Flies) (1975)
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Critic Reviews for The Man from Hong Kong (The Dragon Flies)
The Man From Hong Kong's cracking pace tapers over less than stellar acting, and the film holds up well in the context of a chopsocky fun ride.
The Man From Hong Kong is a fantastic piece of cheesy, schlocky fun that has fantastic stunts, a cool hero and villain, colourful cinematography and a light, self-aware sense of humour that makes the film soar sky high.
It's great fun and one hell of a calling card as the debut feature from the man who would become Australia's action king.
The Man From Hong Kong is a rare success, both in terms of blending Eastern and Western action styles and of providing a snapshot of how no-holds-barred Aussie cinema was at the time.
The film is one of the few Australian made kung fu action movies and is also notable for its superb cinematography by Russell Boyd %u2013 the brilliant lenser who went on to win the Oscar for his work on Master & Commander
Audience Reviews for The Man from Hong Kong (The Dragon Flies)
A great excuse for great stunts and crazy action. I mean the people and vehicles involved in this film are superhuman in durability and stamina that ends up making for some incredible sequences. Of course the scenes in-between the action are very good, but their frequent laughability, and oh did I mention the action, make up for it. Plus: where else are you going to see the One-Armed Swordsman go after James Bond, with the help and hindering of the Toecutter and Fifi from Mad Max.
Good entertaining chop-socky action film with some great stunts.
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