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The Man with the Iron Fists Review | Moar Powah

"Once upon a time, kung fu movies were huge in the United States, despite poor dubbing, and less than quality camera work. An entire generation was exposed not only to the unique styles of Asian cinema, but also to a culture that before was portrayed in a less than sensitive way. So when this generation grew up, they of course wanted to pay homage to the movies that inspired them. Two such men are the acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino, and Hip-hop megastar/actor RZA. Tarantino’s Kill Bill is regarded as one of the great modern-era martial arts epics, how does the RZA’s debut film hold up?" - Moar Powah (Cinema, The Man With The Iron Fist:Sting of the Scorpion) 3/5

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