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Hắc Báo - The Black Panther Warriors (Uslt) - hanh dong xhd
Hắc Báo - The Black Panther Warriors (Uslt)
The Black Panther Warriors
1 episodes | Luot Xem: 350218 | 1993 | HongKong
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Director: Clarence Fok Yiu-Leung
Producer: Rover Tang Kwong-Chow, Alan Tang Kwong-Wing
Cast: Alan Tang Kwong-Wing, Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia, Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Tony Leung Ka-Fai, Carrie Ng Ka-Lai, Dicky Cheung Wai-Kin, Jennifer Chan Ming-Chun (Chen Ming-Zhen), Elsie Chan Yik-Si, Yuen Wah, Melvin Wong Kam-Sum
Black Panther brings together a band of misfits to help him with the job. Simon Yam is a card-throwing gambling whiz and Tony Leung Ka-Fai is a City Hunter-like marksman with insane gun skills. Carrie Ng and Jennifer Chen are the femme fatales, and Dicky Cheung shows up as one of the most annoying HK Cinema characters EVER. He's a computer genius who must suck on a pacifier at all times or he becomes a dribbling idiot. He also knows strange martial arts that make him nigh-invincible, but only if the pacifier is inserted in his mouth. No pacifer = dribbling idiot. Pacifer = invincible computer whiz. Yeah, it all makes sense.
Rounding out the motley crew is Brigitte Lin as Ching Ching, who walks away with the film's best role. That's because not all her stunt doubles are obvious, and her character is too regal to engage in the tired shenanigans that constitute the film's 'comedy'. Our heroes do things like cross-dress, attempt sexual assault, and generally act like complete idiots. Presumably, laughter was the desired result. When Simon Yam rips open his shirt and asks Dicky Cheung to suck his nipple as a substitute for the pacifier, we're supposed to hee-haw like a bunch of donkeys. Maybe it's possible to laugh in a crowded movie theater, but consumption of mass quantities of alcohol is probably necessary to get the desired result at home.
Not that we should be surprised by any of this. Clarence Fok has never been one to care for his s. Instead, he uses colorful comic-book art direction, nifty cinematography, and his trademark action to offset any gripes we might have. The trade-off works in the film's second half when bad guy Bloody Wolf (Yuen Wah) makes his presence known. A good portion of the final half-hour is spent as armies of black clad nameless baddies siege the mansion where our heroes are staying. They all get slaughtered in a battle royale of wild-and-wacky martial arts that gets high marks from the judges.
Beyond that you're on your own. By the time the plot makes itself known you may be too tired to even care anymore - not that it makes much sense anyway. And it's a shame that the plot turns out to be distracting and annoying instead of unobtrustive. At the very least, The Black Panther Warriors makes great background chatter. And, the movie's probably worth checking out just to see Brigitte Lin in a humongous red hat.