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Current Rating: 3.77

Current Rating: 3.77

based on 62 votes and 16 reviews

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  • 5 stars Roger Moore will ALWAYS be James Bond.
  • 4 stars It's so cheesy it's good! A nice dose of nostalgia from imitating old HK action films. I find it light and comedic, but not for everyone. You either hate it or love it.
  • 5 stars verry good
  • 5 stars My favourite Bond movie!
  • 4 stars Underrated Bond film! Christopher Lee makes a great adversary for 007!
  • 4 stars Lucy Lu lesbian scene well worth the price of admission. Russel Crowe's gay warrior character is hilarious.
  • 1 stars poor movie for Russel Crowe.
  • 3 stars corny dialogue that seemed merely read out, as though reading a graphic novel, but fun to watch the antics and fight action, except too many fight scenes were shot too close-up and often too blurry to tell what's going on. only about two girls were nice to look at, but at least the other east asian girls got work as well as the east asian guys. their dialogue inexperience in front of the camera shows, except for Russell-C, he did his role/dialogues most realistic except a few mumbling parts. hilarious hair on some of the barbarian east asians.
  • 3 stars It was not awful, just alright Lucy Lu and her girls were worth watching. The fight scenes alone are worth it, props to RZA although I would have cast the lead role to someone else and just stuck to writing and directing the movie coz bro was emotionless.
  • 3 stars Reminds me of a 70's style movie, except the dubbing and moving lips

The Man With the Iron Fists

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  96 min.
Release Date: November 2, 2012
DVD: February 12, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 3.77
based on 62 votes and 16 reviews
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Cast: Russell Crowe, RZA , Lucy Liu, Rick Yune, Jamie Chung, Dave Bautista, Byron Mann, Daniel Wu, Pam Grier