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Kung Fu Jungle (2014) 1080p YIFY Movie
Kung Fu Jungle (2014) 1080p
Yi ge ren de wu lin is a movie starring Donnie Yen, Baoqiang Wang, and Charlie Yeung. A martial arts instructor from the police force gets imprisoned after killing a man by accident. But when a vicious killer starts targeting...
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The Synopsis for Kung Fu Jungle (2014) 1080p
A vicious killer named Fung goes around Hong Kong killing top martial arts exponents and leaving a secret weapon called the Moonshadow as his calling card. When a convicted killer and kung fu expert named Ha - formerly working as a martial arts instructor before accidentally killing a man and being imprisoned and convicted for the crime he didn't intend to do - hears of this, he offers to help the police catch the killer in return for his freedom. With Ha's help, the police realize from the chronological order of the victims that the killer is targeting his victims, all top masters in their respective martial arts style, and following a martial code of training. After a close encounter with Fung, Ha suddenly disappears and the police begin to suspect the worse: that the two are accomplices and Fung was the bait to help spring Ha from jail. But Ha has actually gone back to his home in Foshan to find out more about the mysterious calling card. While doing so, he discovers the killer's ...
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The Reviews for Kung Fu Jungle (2014) 1080p
Like WineReviewed bygonijohnVote: 10/10
The Grandmaster of all martial arts movies, Liu Chia-Liang, died before this movie was made yet makes a cameo during a quick cut to a movie playing on a television set. Liu Chia-Liang added brief moments to his films that would seem unimportant or even out of place to the casual viewer. However, if you practice martial arts for more than a few decades and know the history and watch hundreds of other martial arts movies then you get the point. For example, a man does not say "Thank you" after his wine cup is filled but instead taps his fingers three times on the table. Some of us know exactly what that is all about but most watching the movie do not. The Grandmaster put moments like this into his movies for the real martial arts practitioners and the real fans of these films. Donnie Yen does the same thing in this movie. He shows he knows where he came from, where he is, and where he is going. Thank you, Donnie, I get it! Perfect 10/10 rating.
Pretty decent kind of over the top right scenes throughout and I really enjoyed the storyline. Then the final fight scene and ending 20-30mins really is very good. Def watch for Donnie yen n martial arts fans