Wong Fei-hung chi tit gai dau neung gung (Deadly China Hero) (Claws of Steel) (Last Hero in China)
Wong Fei-hung chi tit gai dau neung gung (Deadly China Hero) (Claws of Steel) (Last Hero in China) (1993)

Wong Fei-hung runs a martial arts academy in Canton, and is the exemplar of all sorts of native Chinese virtues. He is appalled to discover that the rent on his space in Canton was raised significantly while he was away in Hong Kong. In… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 2001
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Critic Score: 67% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
TV Guide's Movie Guide

Hardly a masterpiece, the film does work as both a genre tribute and a genre parody, stuffed with gimmicky and patently unrealistic action sequences making extensive use of wires and physical effects, and interspersed with scenes of broad comedy.

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Joey O'Bryan
Austin Chronicle

All in all, this is an entertainingly stupid action comedy that never takes itself too seriously but fails to reach either the same level of excitement as Hark's Wong Fei-hung series.

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eFilmCritic.com

If you spot this one on the video store racks, by all means give it your dollar and a few hours of attention.

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Almar Haflidason
BBC.com

A highly entertaining kung fu flick.

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Flixster Audience Score: 73% Flixster User Reviews
Dean McKenna
Fantastic and well-regarded, action-filled parody and lots of laughs with the folk hero Wong Fei-hung played by Jet Li.
Fascade Fiveoneeight
Imagine...a FUNNY classic martial Arts flick...breaking people's bones and spinal columns in half are now possible after viewing this hilarious well paced… More