A spin-off of The Street Fighter. Lǐ Wànqīng is a martial-arts champion who the police use as an undercover agent to infiltrate a drug ring responsible for importing heroin from Japan to Hong Kong. When he is identified and imprisoned, the police pressure his sister, Lǐ Hónglóng, to help them locate and free him. She gets the help of Li's martial-arts school, including the powerful Seiichi Hibiki, for the inevitable battle-royale with the drug gang, which includes masters of many…
Although not an official sequel (Shihomi plays a different character), the film is often referred to as a sequel to the series. Kiku Nakakawa, the only daughter of an old kimono shop owner in Kyoto, is enthusiastic about karate. In order to help her friend Michi avenge her brother, she sneaks into a movie studio in Kyoto where a drug dealing syndicate is based.
Nothing like the trilogy. I found it a lesser film than the comic book trilogy; this one's more focused on familiar plotting, and the action scenes are few and far between.
First off, I despise Paul Feig and most of the cast, but I wanted to have my own opinion about this reboot. Yes its true, this film has no dick. But, that was not the reason of this failure...All it started during the 1990's, Dan Aykroyd's concept for a third Ghostbusters film revolved around the Ghostbusters traveling to an alternate, hellish version of New York City. In the late 2000s, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd supervised a script for a…
"Now I'm telling these son-of-a-bitches that we respect the Japanese of this country, who are honest businessmen. And yeah, this is the land of opportunity for legitimate business, not for death merchants who distribute drugs to our children through schools and on the streets. Now I'm telling these motherfuckers that if they continue killing our children to make their precious millions that they deposit in their secret Swiss bank accounts, counselor, before your last suit even gets off the court…