Fight To Win In Hindi Download
7cb1d79195 Martial artists in America battle over the possession of three ancient Chinese statues.
My cousin George made this movie when I was 16. In the opening scene, there's a karate class. I'm the one on the right with the permed and bleached (orange) hair. And, the girls standing in the doorway? Those are my friends... the ones with the perms and bleach. Ahh, the 80's.
This movie is action-packed and complete with fake-sounding kicks and high-pitched screaming. I love showing this movie to people because it is darned hilarious! I especially love how things sort of "magically" happen throughout the movie without explanation. George does give an excellent performance with his martial arts scenes. The bad acting and the low budget make this an awesome cult classic.
If you liked this one, you should check out George's other movies: Kindergarten Ninja and Hawkeye (aka Karate Cops). I bought this movie for $1.50 at a VHS blowout sale after seeing that Cynthia Rothrock, Richard Norton, Bill Wallace, and Hee Il Cho were among the cast. I figured it would be pretty cheap and dull with a few good moves by each of the three. Boy, was I wrong! Fortunately! I had never heard of the star George Chung before, but that guy has athleticism and charisma to spare! He's funny, sarcastic, and kicks like a whirlwind! Then there's Leo Fong (BLIND RAGE, BLOOD STREET). This guy's a true living legend of the martial arts, and deserves an honorary black belt in comedy as well! Chuck Jeffreys (BLOODMOON, SUPERFIGHTS) adds to the fun with Eddie Murphy type lip-offs