IRON PROTECTOR REVIEWED
“Iron Protector” is a film that plays with Martial Arts story cliches, but tries to make Wuxia into something modern. If you can get past a modern guy being stuck defending a spoiled Princess, then you’re going to enjoy the film. The Iron Feet style allows for a ton of crowd scenes that features central spinning and jaws getting broken. In terms of actual acrobatics and choreography, hardcore Martial Arts film fans will find the material to be lacking. That being said, I found the film to be a great palate cleanser when compared to the heavier Kung-Fu movies I’ve been watching recently.
- 2.35:1 1080p transfer
- DTS-HD 5.1 master audio track
RELEASE DATE: 9/5/17
- Video - 94%94%
- Audio - 94%94%
- Supplemental Material - 93%93%
- Film Score - 90%90%
The Plot Thus Far
“The bodyguard” is a mixture of action-packed Kung Fu film and super heroes. Wu-Lin, the protagonist chose the dark path to seek for revenge, and take the law in his own hands. Wu-Lin is not just a regular man from the rural village, he is also the Successor of an ancient, once powerful Chinese clan, the “Iron Feet”. After the death of the clan master, Wu-Lin left the village and come to the City of Stone-cold to look for his fellow apprentice Jiang Li. He turn out become the bodyguard of Fei-Fei, the daugther of Jia-Shan Li, the richest family in the city. A clash of an unruly rich girl with a rugged and masculin bodyguard, sparks the flame of true love. Wu-Lin soon discovered that a group of mobster led by Jiang Li, attempts to kidnap Fei-Fei. To protect his love one, Wu-Lin forced to fight them alone. Brutally crushed, but Wu-Lin managed to survive, he took off his iron-shoes, and feel the adrenaline rush into his body again. Wu-Lin decided to face the group of mobsters once more, and he knows someone much bigger, stronger than Jiang Li is behind the evil plot.