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Iron Monkey


Yu Rongguang, Donnie Yen, Jean Wang, Angie Tsang Sze-Man View All


Yuen Woo-ping (Director), Tsui Hark (Screenplay), Cheung Tan (Screenplay), Elsa Tang (Screenplay) View All

Release: Sep. 3rd, 1993
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Iron Monkey is a Hong Kong variation of Robin Hood. Corrupt officials of a Chinese village are robbed by a masked bandit known as "Iron Monkey", named after a benevolent deity. When all else fails, the Governor forces a traveling physician into finding the bandit. The arrival of an evil Shaolin monk, brings the physician and Iron Monkey together to battle the corrupt government.
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i loved this movie, best kung fu film besides CTHD and The Last Hurrah for Chivalry. It was a really fun movie. I liked it, if u like martial arts movies, go see this one. BTW: next week i will see...

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mark f
Meanwhile, another doctor (Donnie Yen) comes to the Iron Monkey's town to try to capture him and he's accompanied by his young son (Sze-Man Tsang), but as the Governor's violent tactics increase, the "good guys" band together to fight the Governor's men and a group of Shaolin monks and nuns led by t....


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