The Man with the Iron Fists 2




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Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Lord Pi / Mayor Zhang
Grace Huang as Gemini Female
Dustin Nguyen as Li Kung
RZA as Thaddeus
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701.12 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
P/S 12 / 45
1.24 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
P/S 8 / 31

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Daniel Rodrigues 7 / 10

Not as bad has some reviewers say

I enjoyed the first one... OK, it's nothing new, and it's was nothing outstanding, but still, it was very entertaining...the cast had some world class names, from Russel Crowe to Lucy Liu and Dave Bautista as well...

I was awkward to see this second one... I've read the reviews, and I found myself thinking: "The first one was entertaining... the second one, as any sequel, will be mediocre, at best..."...and so, last night, I give a try.. Glad that I did... first, the cast here, is more "B-level". They are well known from Asian movies or action B-films... Dustin Nguyen, Carl Ng, Sahajal Boonthanakit and the most famous of all, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.

This second movie, doesn't evolve around Thaddeus (Rza), but over Li King (Dustin), as the leader of an enslaved mining village. MAster Ho, and his henchmen, abuse physically and mentally of every villager, and those who do not submit to his will, are tortured and killed. The arrival of Thaddeus to the village, is the sign the villagers were waiting for, to fight back, against tyranny.

So, this second movie is more about martial arts, itself. Nguyen is awesome, as always, and the old kungfu moves, are very good. Even though it has it's flaws, the movie is good... from my personal point of view, I prefer this one to the first one...

But still, I recommend you to see it, and make your own conclusion. Remember, it's not class A material... but is still, a good movie.

Reviewed by leonblackwood 2 / 10

Total waste of time and money! 2/10

Review: What a complete waste of time! I thought that RZA would have learnt from the first movie but this one is even worse. Without Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu, this sequel really didn't have a chance, especially with its terrible storyline and weak characters. Basically it's about a evil man who runs the village and forces the men to work in a mine. The miners group together to try and take out the vicious evil-doer but they always end up getting murdered, until Thaddeus comes along. After getting saved by one of the miners daughters, Thaddeus makes them weapons to take out Master Ho and the leader of the miners, Li Kung, challenges him to a duel. With the help of his fellow miners and Thaddeus, they battle to take down his clan with there martial arts skills and weapons. The storyline is really bad and the heavy hip hop beats throughout the movie didn't match the mood of the film. The acting is pretty poor but it does look authentic and some of the scenery was impressive. Personally, I don't know how RZA was able to release another one of these movies because the first one was a joke. He seemed really out of place throughout the film and his fighting skills were terrible and hard to watch. Anyway, I personally think that this was a total waste of time and money and I'm not surprised that it went straight to DVD. Terrible!

Round-Up: Although the music throughout the movie didn't suit the scenes, I was bopping my head to RZA's beats so he should really stick to what he's good at. The whole iron fist concept really didn't play a big part in this movie and RZA seemed to be missing most of the time. On the plus side, the film didn't look low budget and some of the gory fighting scenes were OK but RZA really needs to do something with Thaddeus, who just seems to be in a bad mood all of the time. If he's going to come out with another movie in this franchise, he's need to do the Iron Fists in America because the Oriental flavour really isn't working. 

I recommend this movie to people who are into their martial movies about a group of miners who want to take down there evil boss with the help of Thaddeus. 2/10

Reviewed by brandon-mcanally 7 / 10

Fun and not bad.

It's a bit heartbreaking to see this movie trashed so readily by ungrateful curmudgeons wallowing in their sedentary lives on the couch.

If you go into this expecting an escape from your boring life, then you will be setting yourself up for success. Know a few things first. - This is a B movie - This is a martial arts movie sequel to a movie titled "The Man with the Iron Fists" - It's a well executed, rated R, modern take on the samurai genre - If you're some hoity-toity film buff elitist expecting to see the sequel to The Artist, you're going to be let down

The exposition drags a bit but bear through it and the second half certainly pays off. It really is not necessary to see the first film. This movie continues the tale of one man, but the plot is completely separate from anything that happened in the first. Overall, this is a great rental and extra fun to have playing in the background in your basement gym.

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