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The Man With the Iron Fists

Rated R for bloody violence, strong sexuality, language and brief drug use.

R In Theaters 11/2/2012 , 96min.
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Viewer Score
41%
Viewer score based on 28 ratings
51%
Critic score based on 18 reviews

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April 01, 2013
tw00000000142903
this movie was not good. i couldn't even finish watching it. the only thing that saved this movie was Russel crow.
March 06, 2013
gg00000000140366
Wow, very mechanical fight scenes, but that okay... the acting is even more mechanical. The voice over is just plain horrible. They should've over-dubbed the rapper accent with somebody who could actually speak clearly and with some emotion.
February 18, 2013
pl00000000138269
Guess that's what you get when you put a rapper in charge of budgeting, no money left to get actual chinese people
February 17, 2013
kingjustin023
I'm sorry, but this was a horrible, horrible movie. Rza ruined this film.
December 27, 2012
hb00000000134003
Terrible BAD movie. really BAD. Don't spend your money watching this movie. I went to the dollar movie theater and I regret having spent $ 1 on this film

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Slant Magazine
The chop-socky wire-fu scenes are beautifully choreographed, but pretty crudely edited; despite its gourmet neo-grindhouse trappings, the film won't bring the heat like you've never seen before. Full Review
Ben Kenigsberg
Time Out New York
Both the martial arts and the slightly dull narrative patchwork are too choppily edited to gain much of a foothold. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
A wildly whirling martial arts spectacle with an endless array of exotic knives, a penchant for Zen philosophizing and an unquenchable thirst for blood. It may just be one of the best bad movies ever. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
The movie plays things relatively straight, acknowledging clichés without the winking irony in which modern homages usually indulge. As such, it's giddy fun - a well-made genre picture that sends up its influences even as it clearly reveres them. Full Review
Gabe Toro
The Playlist
Makes sense as a picture focused on spectacle. The story almost seems secondary to the flights of fancy. Full Review

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