I have no idea why Netflix makes it so hard to browse the different genres on their site. I started to look into it when it wanted to find movies from smaller countries in South America or the Middle-East but couldn’t in any easy way. Netflix will only recommend specific movies and genres if you’ve […]

7/10 … πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ The people behind this movie should really have studied what a clone is? You have to look like Bruce Lee to be a clone, you can’t just take an Asian guy who knows Kung Fu. Or Kung Fu … choreographed dancing might be a better word for what’s going on at the screen. Seldom have I seen more “Let’s hit in the air, but let’s pretend it was in the head” fighting than in this one……

7/10 … It all starts with an Argentinian Snoop Dog lookalike somewhere in Asia sitting in a car looking like he has no good intentions at all … and we got that right. He and his gang are gonna kidnap a young woman. It gets violent … people are getting shot … without bullet holes … but with red paint inside the shirt :-), cut to introduction and the theme song, where the creator had looked both once and twice on James Bond. And off we go … midget with a shotgun, karate chopping midgets, cowboy midgets in trees, giant stone throwing in the head where the effect only is some blood on the forehead, some occult/satanic ritual, murderous vultures and much much more…

8/10 … I confess, my knowledge of old kung-fu/martial art movies are limited. I have more or less only seen Bruce Lee and old Jackie Chan ones. I googled for “best Wu Tang movie” and this was the one recommended on the first two hits I looked at. It took me some minutes to get into it, because of the english dubbing (especially on the females) but after some getting used to I was sold. It’s more or less non-stop action and the classic sound effects everytime someone gets hit….