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The Iron MonkeyA masked bandit know as 'Iron Monkey' steals from the corrupt authorities as a masked thief to give to the poor while another martial artist/doctor is forced to hunt him down. But a major threat unites them as a powerful and traitorous shaolin monk takes over the authorities.
Actors of "The Iron Monkey"
Characters of "The Iron Monkey"
Directors of "The Iron Monkey"Woo-Ping YuenBirthdate: 1 January 1945, Guangzhou, China
Creators of "The Iron Monkey"Tan CheungRichard EpcarBirthdate: 29 April 1955, Denver, Colorado, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Iron Monkey"Washington PostJanuary 06, 2002
A crackling Cantonese action caper in the tradition of Robin Hood, Zorro, Batman et al.Entertainment WeeklyOctober 18, 2001
Yuen tosses off nimble, elegantly witty solutions to life's most vexing problems regarding rooms full of bad guys who won't take thwak for an answer.ReelViewsOctober 16, 2001
[Yuen's] fights are innovative and intense, whether they're a whirlwind one-on-one duel or one of many struggles featuring multiple combatants.Toronto StarOctober 12, 2001
Think of Iron Monkey as the potboiling cousin of Crouching Tiger, rather than its most honoured forefather, and you'll be on the right wavelength.SlateOctober 12, 2001
A rollicking, comic-book Robin Hood plot and more furiously entertaining fight scenes than the ones in Ang Lee's solemn martial-arts art movie.Seattle TimesOctober 12, 2001
A breathtaking pleasure certain to build anticipation for Yuen's future directing efforts on this side of the globe.Movie ViewsSeptember 27, 2009
Despite its seemingly constant action, the focus was way too light for my liking, resulting in a film that's often more corny than it is enthralling.Old School ReviewsSeptember 25, 2009
some of the finest martial arts displays imaginable, and it doesn't take itself seriouslyMovie MetropolisSeptember 23, 2009
Despite it's tonal split personality, Iron Monkey is a fun Hong Kong martial arts action-comedy that offers a heck of a climax.Cinema SignalsSeptember 22, 2009
Woo-ping is as unembarrassed by the hokiness of his narrative as he is by that of his unending combat enactments, which you can accept as intentional stylistic exaggerations.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsFebruary 06, 2008
Some of the best fight sequences one can expect to see in this genre.
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