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Submitted by MinimeJer05 925d ago | review

The Man with the Iron Fists Blu-ray Review - WGTC

Jeremy of We Got This Covered wrote, "Legendary rapper RZA attempts to crossover to the world of film, having written, produced, starred and directed the martial arts extravaganza The Man with the Iron Fists. The result is a bloated mess, with gorgeous set design mostly going to waste on up-close and off-balanced action, lacking performances and a plot that tries over-complicating things in the process. The Man with the Iron Fists is a passion project taken too far." (Blu-ray, The Man With The Iron Fists) 3/5

alycakes  +   925d ago
This is one that I missed at the movies and I went and bought it...I sure wish I could haved seen it on the big screen. It was great. Russell Crow was great and so was RZA. Great action and even a great story.

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