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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 5:01 pm  Post subject: Tian xia di yi quan / King Boxer (1972) (720p) (BDRip)
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SYNOPSIS/PLOT: Two martial arts schools prepare for an important tournament.

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King Boxer is not the best kung fu movie the Shaw Brothers put out, but as an early entry it holds up surprisingly well for a genre getting its legs. Rather than incorporate story elements of its wuxia/swordplay precursors, it offers an original plot, with a formula that would be taken up and repeated in subsequent films. Primary among them is the story of two warring kung fu schools, one good and bad, and the tournament at the climax which establishes dominance. The brief section where Chao Chi-Hao (Lo Lieh) must work his way through the ranks of the school would be incorporated into almost the entirety of The 36th Chambers of Shaolin. However, the overall revenge theme is familiar from previous martial arts films. A more unfortunate stereotype perpetuated by this and future films is the Japanese as primitive ape-like villains. Korean director Cheng Chang Ho brings an energetic yet brutal immediacy to the story, which is no doubt the basis of its enthusiastic global response. He frequently opens scenes with gorgeous establishing shots that take full advantage of the color and width of Shawscope. The fight sequences are violent, relentless, and unhindered by the fantastical elements of wuxia. Similarly, the choreography, though lacking in clever invention, is performed with the unpretentious street fighting appeal of a populist hero. Lieh turns in a rather clean cut and bland performance as the leading man (the actor's classic good guy looks are better used as a quietly menacing villain) but Tin Fung as the evil master and Gam Hei Chu as reform-minded mercenary make up the lost charisma. King Boxer drags a bit on what are now tired kung fu cliches, but the punchy spirit that made it popular still survives. ~ Michael Buening, Rovi

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" Tian xia di yi quan / King Boxer (1972) "


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IMDb LINK.......: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070800/
RATING..........: 7.3/10 (1.976 votes)

TAGLINE.........: The first international martial arts movie sensation

DIRECTOR........: Chang-hwa Jeong
GENRE...........: Action | Drama | Romance



PLOT OUTLINE....: Two martial arts schools prepare for an important
tournament.

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RIPPER..........: max_cady
POSTED ON.......: 30/04/2016


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FILE SIZE........: 6.51 GB (CRF 16.5)
FORMAT...........: MKV
DURATION.........: 01:41:36

VIDEO CODEC......: H264 (x264 tMod rev.2692) / HP @ Level 4.1
VIDEO BITRATE....: 8599 kbps
RESOLUTION.......: 1280 x 544
ASPECT RATIO.....: 2.353
FPS..............: 23.976

AUDIO:
AUDIO CODEC......: AC3 (Mandarin)
AUDIO BITRATE....: 384 Kbps
CHANNELS.........: 2 chnls

AUDIO 2: Audio commentary by Quentin Tarantino, David Chute,
and Elvis Mitchell
English, DD2.0 @192 kbps


LANGUAGE.........: Chinese (Mandarin)

SUBTITLES........: English (selectable .Vobsub/srt muxed in)


SOURCE1...........: BluRay / Untouched / Koch Media Home Entertainment
Tian xia di yi quan 1972 1080p GER Blu-ray AVC DTS-HD MA 2.0-CWAHD
(Video+Audio+Chapters)
SOURCE2...........: Untouched R1 DVD9 / NTSC / Dragon Dynasty
(Subtitles+Commentary)
(Thanks to the original uploaders for sources!)

x264 INFO........:
x264 [info]: frame I:1178 Avg QP:16.28 size: 97414
x264 [info]: frame P:30217 Avg QP:16.38 size: 63612
x264 [info]: frame B:114778 Avg QP:16.56 size: 39346


Notice: Fillmargins used on all borders.
I have used the vobsub file as default and SRT for compatibility
for english subtitles.

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