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Last Kung Fu Monk (2010)

Last Kung Fu Monk
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Cindy Carino Cindy Carino
Mafia Girlfriend
Robert Christie Robert Christie
Old Man
Matt Harlan Cohen Matt Harlan Cohen
Crook #2
Shirley Corpuz Shirley Corpuz
Social Worker #1
Major Curda Major Curda
Michael
Ivette De Jesus Ivette De Jesus
Party Guest
Kristen Dougherty Kristen Dougherty
Sarah
Ivan Escott Ivan Escott
Social Service Kid 2


Written by
Peng Zhang Li Peng Zhang Li
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Todd McGorry Todd McGorry
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Best Asian movies top 10 from 2010 (10 items)
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Last Kung Fu Monk mainland Chinese movie Review.

2 days, 16 hours ago at Sep 17 1:22
In 2010 at 1st October, the cinema had 10 movies from mainland of China to celebrate the Chinese national day, so me and my friends went there and watched Last Kung Fu Monk. It's mixed culture movie made by mainland China but filmed in some locations of New York but that's only one third of the movie, the rest seems to be filmed in Chinese locations. Starting more family friendly at beginn... read more
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Release date: 1 October 2010
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Last Kung Fu Monk mainland Chinese movie Review.

“ In 2010 at 1st October, the cinema had 10 movies from mainland of China to celebrate the Chinese national day, so me and my friends went there and watched Last Kung Fu Monk. It's mixed culture movie made by mainland China but filmed in some locations of New York but that's only one third of the movie, the rest seems to be filmed in Chinese locations. Starting more family friendly at beginning but becomes more tougher during half time.

Li Long is a former Shaolin monk who received news of his brother in New York. He learns his brother is dead and the only family member he has left is the brothers son Michael. Li Long choose to abandon all his training and move to America. Sarah the social worker helps him settle in and his pen friend Dave suggest they should open up a Kung” read more

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