Da lei tai

Da lei tai


DVD - 2010 | Chinese
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"'Law's Tea House' is out of date. Shopkeeper Dragon and chef Tiger are already late fifties old men who have waited for their paralyzed kung-fu master Law Sun to wake up for 30 years. Property company messenger Cheung is ineffective in work, aimless in life. Cheung used to be a kung fu enthusiast but had been forced to give up due to suffering from asthma. Cheung's passion in life revives after Tiger fights off the bully gang for him and he also encounters adorable lass Kwai. Cheung gets involved in the dispute of the young proprietor Mang's retrieval of properties including 'Law's Tea House' during which Cheung accidently triggers Law Sun to wake up. Law Sun brings back vigor for 'Law's Tea House' to resume 'The Gate of LAW'. He trains Dragon, Tiger and Cheung severely to fight for their lost dignity"--Container.
Publisher: [Xianggang] : Qian ji qi ye you xian gong si, [2010]
Branch Call Number: CHINESE DVD DA LEI
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (98 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Language Note: In Cantonese or Mandarin with traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese or English subtitles
Alternative Title: Gallants


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Jan 09, 2012

The movie makers wanted this movie emulate the cheesy martial arts genre of the Shaw Studio era. You know, bad acting, lousy graphics, mistimed overdramatized sound effects, not so great choreography, bad camera shots, quick cuts to simulate drama, etc. They did a good job. So as a result, this was a really, really cheesy movie, and reminded me of everything I hated and detested about the Shaw era martial arts films. Nice work, guys.


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