Les 36 poings vengeurs de Shaolin [Édition Prestige]
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Les 36 poings vengeurs de Shaolin (36th Crazy Fist), 1 DVD, 90 minutes
Wong Tai Kwong ne sait pas se défendre, et semble voué à être un souffre douleur. Pour se protéger il décide d'entrer dans une école de Kung Fu, mais il apprend surtout à balayer et laver les sols jusqu'au jour où il rencontre un ermite, ivre mais rusé, près de la rivière où il s'entraine. Lorsqu'il est défié par le meurtrier Mon Toc, Wong doit alors utiliser tous les 36 styles de Kung Fu qu'il a appris pour rester en vie...
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Ledgend of Drunken Master--Return of the Drunken Master
Names of movies change due to language barrier and marketing excuses. --India name is--Drunken Monkey in Tiger Eye--
Taiwan--Drunken Monkey Fist--
Keep a look out for the movies and read the reviews. Many have different tnames then what you really read them for. Just be careful. Nevertheless I would recommend this film if you are looking for a good Action flick..not a Jackie Chan action movie!
It still has the trademark corney Asian humor that was standard to some of the old movies, especially involving Jackie Chan. But nevertheless, a classic in its own right and worth watching by anyone who claims to love watching great Kung Fu movies. Enjoy it!
Several features make this episode of interest.
The planet is made up neither of barbarians nor an advanced species, but rather a highly civilized, peace-loving people whose technology lags behind our own yet don't particularly need Federation help. The sets and costumes are vaguely Middle Eastern, but these people are not necessarily Muslims.
The values of this culture differ from Earth's, in that the people seem content with a late Medeival (or early modern) level of technology and value simple pleasures over industrialization. But unusually for Trek, this culture is not ultimately seen to be invalid or inferior to our own! Indeed, the leader of the planet prefers his way of life but is not so closed-minded as to refuse technology when needed to save the life of an innocent man. The law of the planet is "the Law of Love," he declares. Strangely, the penalty for murder is "death by slow torture," which would seem to contradict the Law of Love. This contradiction is resolved only by imagining that there have been no murders for many years.
Another notable aspect of this episode is that it is one of the few "hard science" episodes -- or rather, hard math. When the entity flees into the Enterprise computer, Kirk and Spock neutralize it by giving the computer a command that can never be completed: calculate pi to the last digit. This task so overloads the computer banks that the entity is forced to flee into another body, where Kirk finally defeats it.
Finally, another delightful aspect of the episode involves a "happy drug." The entity feeds not so much on death as on fear and terror. Therefore, to fight the entity, McCoy injects the entire crew with a drug to induce giddy euphoria. George Takei (Sulu) has one of his all-time great scenes, responding to Kirk's orders while being stoned.