• 电影名称 Ren zhe wu di

  • ——Five complete elements, one surviving ninja, what could possibly go wrong?
  • 中文名称 五遁忍术
  •  类型  动作 / 戏剧
  •  国家  中国香港
  •  语言  普通话
  •  时长  1 hr 47 min (107 min) (USA)
  • 上映时间 21 April 1982 (Hong Kong)
There's something about the Chinese take on the ninja that has alwayscaptured my attention. I think its the way they take the art ofinvisibiltya bit further than expected. This film, known as Chinese Super Ninja intheUS and is probably one of Chang Cheh's best, performs the abovebeautifully.The fe...
Since the previous comments have pretty much nailed it on this one, all Ihave to add is that if you've only seen this in the seriously edited-for-television version that ran as part of the BLACK BELTTHEATER/DRIVE-INMOVIE package back in the '80's, seek out the version that can still befound for re...
Cheh had a long and colorful career as one of the top directors at theShaw studio but by 1982 his stock had fallen as trends moved away fromthe period costume kung fu action films he was so fond of. While fellowkung fu film director, Liu Chia Liang was still able to pull off hits,Cheh was perhaps ge...
I remember seeing this movie as a kid and thinking it was the bestKung-Fu movie I had ever seen. I recently saw it on sale and purchasedit,not knowing if it was going to be as good as I remembered. It wasbetter! The fight scenes are fantastic and the story keeps youinterested. There are some scenes ...
It all started when I turned 9 and was allowed to stay up past midnightand watch VHS movies with some friends...The previous day I had skulkedthe local video store and found a beat up half sun baked faded videonamed"Chinese Super Ninjas." All I can say is that title does not lie.Since then I've conv...
Super Ninjas is a hilariously great Shaw brother's kung fu film. It'svery gory, has hilarious costuming, and very poor dubbing. easily oneof the most amusing kung fu films i have seen, the first time I saw itI nearly fell out of my chair laughing, and my friend did. Two kung fuschools are about to s...
There's nothing bad to say about this movie. Lots of violence, lots of gore,Lo Meng, cool ninjas, cool weapons, a great plot, lots of action start tofinish. There is only one problem. This movie is very hard to find. But if youdo find it, get it you won't be sorry. It took me 13 years to find it and...
When the leader of a clan of elite Chinese warriors receives aninvitation to a battle at five locations from the five elements ninjashe suspects a trap. Rightly so - when he caught one of the ninja'srings thrown to him by a disembowelled samurai he was poisoned and heknows he is now unable to use hi...
the choreography was fantastic, the 5 element ninjas awesome, and ithad some very gory parts. huge pluses. all in all it was an easy 7 outof 10 for me. *SPOILERS* but there were elements that i thought detracted. i don't gointo a 70 kung fu flick with high plot expectations, ever. but I'veseen quite...
Before I even knew the name Shaw Bros. I was a fan. I saw this movie manyyears ago on a t.v. series Black Belt Theater.The 5 elements are unique and add some of the fun to this movie.If you are a fan of old Kung Fu movies, do yourself a favor and pick thisupon DVD. The quality isn't great, but it ...
For a seventies/eighties era kung fu film, its good. Ithasinteresting costumes, weapons, and action. It is the bestShaw Bros. film I have seen so far. This film is jammedpackedwith fights and never has a dull moment. The only thingbadabout it is some moments where the wirework was unbelievable....
I would give Chang Cheh's effort a 9 for pure amusement factor and a 9for the action as the weapons and stunts are a lot of fun. As far asplot and acting eheh this one not so much. The Five Deadly Venoms wouldseem like Shakespeare and this a bad high school play in comparison.The plot is complicated...
If you don't like Ninja movies then don't watch this movie. If youcan't appreciate that this movie does not take itself too seriouslythen don't watch it. This is a well crafted movie. The are a lot ofthings wrong with this movie but there are more things that are rightand work. The story is good and...
Director Chang Cheh wastes absolutely no time getting things under wayin FIVE ELEMENT NINJAS: the members of the Martial Arts Alliance(including stalwarts Meng Lo ("Liang") and Tien-chi Cheng ("Xiao")),pair off against members of a rival school and give each and everymember thereof a resounding beat...
Director Cheh Chang who also created other classic Shaw Brothersmartial arts flicks, Boxer from Shantung 1972, Golden Swallow 1968, TheHeroic Ones 1970, Men from the Monastery 1974, The New One-ArmedSwordsman 1971, The One-Armed Swordsman 1967, Return of the One-ArmedSwordsman 1969, Crippled Avenger...
Well, there are enough comments on this film already, so I will only saythis. I saw the movie for the first time when I was a young lad, and nowIam almost 30, and have yet to see a more violent action packed kung-fumoviethan this one. BUT, YOU MUST FIND THE UN-CUT VERSION to really see thismovie i...
Super Ninjas along with The Kid with the Golden Arms, 5 Deadly Venoms,Mortal Combat and Unbeatable Dragon are in my estimation the best of ChangCheh's movies. Super Ninjas is arguably the best.This movie is absolutelya must see if you like Kung Fu movies. This movie features breathtakingchoreography...
I saw Super Ninjas years ago and it kicked butt. I especially loved thetreeNinjas and the Earth Ninjas that came out of the ground. They rule. Theweapons were also cool. That other Doug guy should say where he got hiscopy. The best line in the movie is "Loss of a fight means loss of one'slife to a s...
The Garrish colors add to this awesome action flick. The choreographyisbeyond superb (almost no wire use, no stupid CGI, Joel Silver not inpresence.) King Fu films are like gene Kelly films or Fred Astaire films-you watch them for the beautifully choreographed moves. The Kung Fu here isamong the bes...
'Superb'. 'Masterpiece'. 'King of Kung Fu'. These are just some of thesuperlatives used to describe this Film. Are we talking about the samefilm?This indeed is a 'Masterpiece'. A 'Masterpiece' in how not to make a KungFufilm. Rubbish Actors, A Dire Plotline, Embarrassing Acting, CringeinfestingFight...
What can I say about Chinese Super Ninjas?Okay. The word 'Rubbish' should do it. Cheesy costumes (okay it was filmedin the 1970s), Cheesy soundtrack, Cardboard props, Silly plot and absoluterubbish choreographed martial arts. Just looking at the Gold, Water, Woodetc ‘Ninjas' makes me laugh. Ma...
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