Snake-Crane Secret

Platinum Disc Corporation | May 3, 2004 | DVD

Snake-Crane Secret is rated 4 out of 5 by 1.
DVD Features: Region 1 Super Jewel Case Full Frame - 1.33 Audio: Dolby Digital - English Interactive Features: Interactive Menu Scene Access Trivia Quiz

Video Release: May 3, 2004

Theatrical Release: 1985

Runtime: 93

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Platinum Disc Corporation

UPC: 096009002190

Found in: Cops / Murder / Mysteries, General, General, Martial Arts

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dean Shek - What Happened To You? I found this film somewhat enjoyable. The story was okay, which was basically about two brothers, played by Meng Fei and Tan Tao-Liang, who were separated as children when their father was murdered by a fellow martial artist. Of course, in their adult age, they vow to take revenge. The coreography itself isn't that bad. In the beginning, it's very slow. The women who are fighting in this film are especially unimpressive. But as the film goes on, the pacing of the coreography seems to pick up speed and is actually quite enjoyable. The moves themselves aren't particularly brilliant or exciting, but the speed does help. What really shocked me about this film, though, was Dean Shek. If you've seen late 70's movies by with Sammo Hung, you'll almost always see Dean playing some skinny, goofy faced bad guy who either gets beaten up, or displays some really silly kung fu moves. Perhaps it was the scar over his one eye that made him really sinister in this film. No making silly faces for the camera in this one. And his fighting was pretty good. Too bad he only fights with one of the women at the end. This Front Row version is out of print. I got my copy in a Brentwood 4pk, which I think was called 'Warrior's Art'. It's the one with 'Return of The Tiger' and 'Screaming Tiger'. I definitely wouldn't pay .. for the film alone, but getting it in the set was well worth the price.
Date published: 2009-08-28

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Snake-Crane Secret

Video Release: May 3, 2004

Theatrical Release: 1985

Runtime: 93

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Platinum Disc Corporation

UPC: 096009002190


Edition Description
  • Digital Sound
  • Color
  • Runtime: 93 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in Chinese

Description

A family fights to save their honor, and their lives, by keeping the secrets of the sacred Kung-fu book out of the hands of the enemy.

Notes

DVD Features: Region 1 Super Jewel Case Full Frame - 1.33 Audio: Dolby Digital - English Interactive Features: Interactive Menu Scene Access Trivia Quiz
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