Mission for the Dragon Review: This Godfrey Ho film is so action packed
Two of Asia’s biggest martial arts stars team up in this excellent offering from Korea. Two sons swear to avenge their father’s murder. They set off in search of the last man to see him alive.
This Godfrey Ho film is so action packed that he don’t even have time to flash the THE END sign at the end before the last bad guy has hit the ground. HEAR ME AND MY MESSAGE as an acolyte for the church of HO! Yep, I have started a religion around the God. And founder of the ninja film our eternal golden ninja warrior his most behest Godfrey Ho. This one involves some guy doing grave robbing who gets himself killed and therefore all those folks he begat go out blaming each other for this death. Leading to the double crosses and a furious fast and bulbous cauldron of never ending kung fu madness.
As Mission for the Dragon (Long Hinh Trao Thu) was created by our ever loving Lord and High Master Godfrey Ho. We can expect a certain element of insanity that only reflects our own approach to the external life. In this martial art film (phim vo thuat xua) it takes formation in the form of insane sounding ‘specific’ sound effects regarding each martial arts champions ‘moves’. Mostly this takes effect in the form of crazy moog squeaks. You’ll know it when you hear.
Perhaps in the grand scheme of our Lord Godfrey’s plan this one isn’t so full of our Lord’s quirks. This one is still full of non-stop action and therefore is included in our canon of ‘143 movements of the kung fu’ cross.
Verily, for it has been foretold in the book of Billy Barron. Lest we all receive a kick to the face.