Dragon Tiger Gate 2: Bukti Cinta Sejati by Tony WongFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Tony Wong Yuk-Long (Wong Jan-Lung), is a Hong Kong based Manhua artist, publisher and actor who wrote and created Little Rascals (later re-titled Oriental Heroes) and Weapons of the Gods. He also wrote adaptations of Louis Chas (a.k.a. Jin Yong) Wuxia novels such as The Return of the Condor Heroes (retitled as Legendary Couples), Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils, and Ode to Gallantry. For his contribution and influencing a generation of artists in the local industry, he is regarded as the Godfather of Hong Kong comics or Hong Kongs King of Comics.
He provided the art for Batman: Hong Kong, which was written by Doug Moench. He has also acted in some films occasionally, including making a cameo appearance in Dragon Tiger Gate (a film adaptation of Oriental Heroes).
Dragon Tiger Gate - Tiger (VS) Dragon - Restaurant Encounter - 餐厅聚会
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Do yourself a favour and find a copy of this movie. It is so awesome! The choreography of the fight scenes is top notch. External image. Hong Kong. Spinning Nunchuku really, really really, really.
And some could be better by using 3D effects, but those are not what audience want to see," Yen said. As Chinese audiences have grown tired of protagonists with miraculous powers like those in "Hero" and "House of Flying Daggers," Yen's kung-fu sans wires blows fresh air into the Chinese action movie scene. As both leading actor and action director, Yen was very strict with actors Nicholas Tse and Shawn Yue in the film. As Yen is meticulous with regard to details, he had the actors repeat many scenes until he felt satisfied. Yen said: "There were many action scenes that Tse and Yue were incapable to do, but I tried not to hurt their pride because neither of them had kung fu experience. I taught them at my best and they devoted themselves to learn.