Game of Death II

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  • R
  • 1981
  • 1 hr 26 min
  • 5.1  (3,594)

Game of Death II is a 1980 martial arts film that continues the story of Bruce Lee's unfinished film Game of Death. The movie stars Bruce Lee's lookalike, Tae-jeong Kim, and several other well-known martial artists including Jeong-lee Hwang. Directed by Ng See-yuen, Game of Death II pays homage to Bruce Lee's legendary status and features a mix of action-packed fight scenes and an intriguing storyline.

The movie begins with the news of the death of Billy Lo, the character Bruce Lee played in the original Game of Death. The events are quickly set in motion as it’s revealed that the man who orchestrated the hit on Billy Lo is the leader of an illegal organization that has built an underground fortress.

Kim (who plays Billy Lo's brother, Bobby) sets out to find out who was responsible for his brother's death and seeks revenge. Along the way, he teams up with a few of his brother's old friends, including one who is portrayed by Hwang.

The gang faces many challenges and obstacles throughout the movie, including fighting the villain's henchmen who wish to prevent them from completing their mission. The fights are intense and well choreographed, showcasing the martial artists' incredible skills.

The final showdown takes place at the underground fortress. There, the gang's mission is to infiltrate the fortress, find the villain, and bring him to justice. The battles inside are more intense than ever, and the stakes are high.

The film's action sequences are visually stunning and showcase the incredible abilities of the martial artists involved, bringing to life Bruce Lee's signature martial arts style. The film's score is also impressive, paying tribute to the original Game of Death by incorporating music from that film, and sets the overall mood of the film.

Throughout Game of Death II, the tension builds, and the stakes are raised as Bobby and his friends come closer to finding the man who orchestrated the hit on his brother. The film features several twists and turns that keep the audience engaged in the story and rooting for the characters.

One of the notable aspects of Game of Death II is that the film pays homage to Bruce Lee's legacy as a martial arts icon. There are several nods to him throughout the film, including scenes that feature footage of him from the original Game of Death.

Overall, Game of Death II is a thrilling martial arts movie that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. It tells an exciting story filled with action, suspense, and drama. The film pays tribute to Bruce Lee's legacy and showcases the incredible talent of the martial artists involved. Fans of martial arts movies and Bruce Lee will surely enjoy this action-packed sequel.

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Description
  • Release Date
    1981
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 26 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.1  (3,594)