Friday, March 16, 2007

The Black Dragon (1974, Chin-Ku Lu)

"Man goes to big city. Man finds job. Man finds out that his boss is shipping drugs. Man joins some random kung fu gang and takes down bad man"

Once again, nothing much to say here. Another mediocre kung fu film. The only thing worth mentioning is that this one of those odd 70's films that tried to cash in on every type of exploitation genre. It's a kung fu film, with a black guy who pops out for 10 minutes at the most, who they tried to advertise as a black star. They also named him "Von Clief" so that people would think he was somehow related to Lee Van Cleef.

It's again a film filled with cheese. Nothing amazing to point out, or anything great. It's a lot of fun to watch with a group of people, which is how I saw it.

- *1/2

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