The Man with the Iron Fists



IMDb Rating 5.4 10 57,945


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April 11, 2019



Daniel Wu as Mad Monk
Dave Bautista as Sapper Morton
Lucy Liu as Mei
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700.49 MB
23.976 fps
95 min
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1.65 GB
23.976 fps
95 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by baileyc-38481 3 / 10 / 10

Wasted potential

This movie had the potential to be good...Like the violence but it was lacking something. Got to start somewhere...Let this be a learning curve...

Reviewed by Nasty_Itch 1 / 10 / 10

If you want to severely punish your eyes, ears and brain in the same time, watch this movie.

This is easily the worst movie I've ever watched. And I have watched a ton of cheap kung-fu flicks, and they are, despite their low production, shallow story lines and predictable plots, waaaaaay better than this... movie. First of all - the plot is horrible. It's just so incredibly dumb. It makes sense that rap "artist" is behind this wreck, because the dialogue, the scenery, everything is so tacky and cringy and awful it hurts. Even something banal, like character hairstyles, makes you want to stop watching, it's so unconvincing a laughably bad. And even the fighting scenes, which are supposed to be the strongest point of this genre, are just horrible. The battle choreography is extremely lousy done and chaotic. Tacky colors don't help either. And above all that comes the sad llama face of the main protagonist, whose acting skills can be compared to those of a brick. I can't in all honesty believe that somebody actually read this script and said "let's do this". There is absolutely nothing good about it. I'm still in shock from what I've seen. I can't imagine bigger fail than making an homage to kung-fu classics in this day and age with all the technology and cinematography available and creating a movie which is undeniably worse than those flicks made with rope and stick 30 or 40 years ago. A fail of epic proportions. And they made a sequel. Unfathomable.

Reviewed by shiannejones 1 / 10 / 10

Scarred Me

*inhale* Let me just say I was 14 or 15 when I saw this. That was not RZA's fault, that was my abusive step father's fault. But, what was RZA's fault was ((SPOILERS)) the repulsive and gratuitous amount of sex scenes (I don't remember if they were real or not, and I'm not watching again to find out). I could have bore this... "movie" if it weren't for that. But, because of how graphic this movie was-especially considering my traumatic childhood already filled with sexual assault-and that I had to watch it with the man that would punch and beat me constantly from 6 years old to 16, I was genuinely traumatized by this movie. I don't know what Lucy Liu was thinking, or if she was at all, but I have lost all (and then some) respect for her. Putting my "butthurt" aside this was just genuinely a catastrophe of a movie. It made no sense, the acting was just... horrendous is being exceedingly generous, the graphics... all of it. This "movie" should have never gotten past RZA's head let alone onto paper and then onto film. I don't know if this movie was purposely bad, if he was aiming to make a B movie cult classic like Sharknado or what but this clearly missed the mark, flew into outer space and was eaten up by a black-hole. At least I wish it was anyway. I would rather watch The Room with the volume turned all the way up, on an 8 in. black and white television, on the portrait setting with the saturation turned all the way up than watch this ever again. Ever. AGAIN. *exhale*

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