Dragon Tiger Gate
Lung fu moon AKA Oriental Heroes
Hong Kong (HK), 2006, 94 minutes, SD
Dragon Tiger Gate Synopsis

An award winning martial arts drama devised from the successful comic book and featuring amazing fight sequences choreographed by director Donnie Yen.


When Tiger Wong (Nicholas Tse) uses his special Dragon Slaying Kick to protect an innocent family from being tormented by Triads, he unwittingly takes a large gold medallion from one of his assailants. He doesn't know that it's the Lousha Death Plaque - a powerful talisman belonging to one of the biggest criminal organisations in Asia.


Now a marked man, Tiger is ambushed by a vicious gang, but is protected by a stranger with incredible martial arts skills. This man is Dragon (Donnie Yen), who is Tiger's estranged step-brother. Together with Turbo (Shawn Yue) - an expert with nunchakus - these three street fighters must put aside their differences and stand alone against the might of the Lousha Gate.


“Energetic, stylish and captivating fighting fun” - Empire

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Reviewed by jeteli
Always a delight to see Hongkong martial artists kick and fly through the air and this film is no exception. It delivers with its well-choreographed fight sequences made more exciting... more
Always a delight to see Hongkong martial artists kick and fly through the air and this film is no exception. It delivers with its well-choreographed fight sequences made more exciting with some CGI help. Donnie Yen is always relentless and passionate where it concerns martial arts and he is a legend in his own right. Aside from Yen, it's hard not to notice the great talent of Nicholas Tse who plays Tiger Wong in this film. His flawless stunts and expressive facial features worked to his advantage. I learned that Tse is also a musician, singer and songwriter and with this he reminds me of Jackie Chan. I wonder what is it with music and martial arts, they always seem to mix well!  For some high-flying kung fu and martial arts stunts, don't fail to watch this!
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Reviewed by nikkareyes
This is plain and simple kung fu royalty level-type of movie!  A comic book adaptation,  viewers don't expect a really insightful plot with this one but the fight sequences are... more
This is plain and simple kung fu royalty level-type of movie!  A comic book adaptation,  viewers don't expect a really insightful plot with this one but the fight sequences are more than enough to compensate for that.  Elaborate production/set design and well-choreographed fight scenes by the legendary Donnie Yen!  If you're still pondering what to watch this weekend then you should check this out! And don't forget to stock up on popcorn!
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  • Big, very stylish and colourful must-see Kung Fu fantasy adventure !

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