should ostensibly be a showcase for Yuen Biao's abilities. And, to
some extent, it is. But, overall, this production suffers from many of
the same problems that the majority of Hong Kong pictures from this
period succumbed to, coming off more as a cheap excuse to grind out the
last couple of shekels from the pockets of an audience growing
increasingly weary on having too many cookie-cutter films in their
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