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Sword Named Revenge (on the set)(Chinese Edition)

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Well shot and atmospheric Wuxia that taps into the tradition of a plot containing multiple characters, twists, hidden agendas and you need to be accustomed (and certainly a bit forgiving) to this storytelling in order to give A Sword Named Revenge a felt pat on the back. With a main character disappearing into madness, a dreamy and sometimes bizarre nature resides in the flick, the impotent dwarf chief among the bizarre aspects. All while the usual supremacy of the martial arts world is on top of the agenda of many, many characters. Possessing a technical polish and standard but enjoyable Wuxia techniques (otherwise the action is often quite slow), A Sword Named Revenge is overlong material that can be endured. It's also serious dedication wasted thanks to the usual muddled storytelling.

From director Li Jia ("The Lost Swordship"), "A Sword Named Revenge" stars Wang Guang-Xiong and Mu Si-Cheng as two swordsmen from opposite sects banding together to kill the head of another sect, known only as Ruthless Chi. Did they succeed in their quest? Events prove that the ruthless leader still lives and is still pulling the strings, and it’s up to the two swordsmen to reveal his true identity and vanquish him forever. (Brentwood)

18 a sword named revenge 1981 directed by lee ga

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From director Li Jia ("The Lost Swordship"), "A Sword Named Revenge" stars Wang Guang-Xiong and Mu Si-Cheng as two swordsmen from opposite sects banding together to kill the head of another sect, known only as Ruthless Chi. Did they succeed in their quest? Events prove that the ruthless leader still lives and is still pulling the strings, and it’s up to the two swordsmen to reveal his true identity and vanquish him forever. (Brentwood)
 
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A Sword Named Revenge has a few things going for it. It features several dirty dealing, double-crossing women who are as cute as can be; some furious sword fighting , a funny fat guy, and an impotent dwarf. Director and cast benefit from a smart screenplay by Shaw Bros. Studio stalwart Ni Kuang. This film is one of those funny Taiwan made martial arts extravaganzas that moves swiftly and keeps the action compelling. It managed to hold my interest despite me thinking I’d be turning it off after a few sequences. Choppy editing and some mismatched cinematography make it a tough watch hindered by a terrible DVD presentation.