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Thiên Địa Huyền Môn - An Eternal Combat (Uslt) - phim ma kinh di
Thiên Địa Huyền Môn - An Eternal Combat (Uslt)
An Eternal Combat
1 episodes | Luot Xem: 215054 | 1984 | HongKong
Dien Vien: Lam Ching Ying, Gabriel Wong
Description - Thong tin them ve phim
A traditional fantasy film with some disturbing, and entirely unnecessary, slasher-stalker elements, An Eternal Combat is mildly entertaining, like most of the ghost films it imitates. Although the comedic relief is mostly stupid and not very funny (it also not clear exactly what it was providing relief from), some of those scenes do keep the plot moving along at a pace that is unlikely to bother the average HK fan.
A wandering Taoist priest (Lam Ching Ying) and his inept pupil (Gabriel Wong) are the quintessential ghostbusters. This time around they need the support of a local military officer (Shing Fui On), who is somewhat reluctant to help. This is understandable considering the fact that the priest wants him to die so he can be more useful. Die the officer does, after rubbing some special Magic potion on his penis (don't ask). The trio battles the Evil Woman and the Japanese Ghost but just when they are about to defeat him, a time portal opens up and sucks them into the distant future (i.e. modern Hong Kong).