The Fist of the Condor

2023 [SPANISH]


IMDb Rating 5.3/10 10 315 315

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Plot summary

Upon the empire’s fall to invading conquistadors, the 16th-century Incas quickly concealed a sacred manual containing the secrets behind their deadly fighting technique. But after centuries of careful safeguarding, the manual is again at risk of falling into the wrong hands, leaving its rightful guardian to battle the world’s greatest assassins to protect the ancient secrets within.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 27, 2023 at 03:38 PM

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Marko Zaror as El Guerrero
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739.84 MB
Spanish 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 20 min
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Spanish 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 20 min
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Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 7 / 10

Fist of the Condor

When the Incan empire fell to invading conquistadors, the martial arts masters who practiced their Rumi Maki style hid a sacred manual containing the secrets behind their deadly fighting technique. But after centuries of careful safeguarding, the manual may fall into the wrong hands, leaving its rightful guardian to battle the world's greatest assassins to protect the ancient secrets within.

The Fist of the Condor is a secret martial art that allows its fighters to defy gravity in battle. It has been passed down from generation to generation to the purest in heart, but now a set of twin brothers (both roles are played by Chilean martial artist Marko Zaror, who was Chidi in John Wick: Chapter 4) has been challenged to keep the book. Gemelo, one of the brothers, has run and now the other, Guerrero, must find him while fighting the greatest martial arts experts in the world, all of who want the book for themselves. Some have even been sent by Gemelo to kill his own brother.

The battle between them seems like it's going to wait for another movie, as this ends with a battle between Guerrero and Kalari (Eyal Meyer), the student of his brother and a killer who murdered our hero's teacher Master Wook (Man Soo Yoon).

Director and writer Ernesto Diaz Espinoza is someone to keep an eye on, as is Zaror. This movie was a complete blast from start to finish. It has a mystical feel like the best of Hong Kong martial arts movies but has a very distinct feel thanks to its Chilean origins. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by tkdlifemagazine 7 / 10

A Love Letter to The Martial Arts

It is an interesting time in the life and career of Chilean martial arts movie star, Marko Zaror. Zaror has been practicing martial arts for almost 40 years, and has been a presence in martial arts movies for a very long time. Zaror first came to the attention of Taekwondo Life Magazine in 2017's Jesse V. Johnson/Scott Adkins collaboration, Savage Dog. In that small market, martial arts action film he was a strong villainous presence. His climactic fight scene with Scott Adkins is very, very good.

Last week he exploded onto the screen in the latest John Wick sequel, John Wick: Chapter 4. Once again, an exciting, powerful and villainous role was the perfect fit for this mountainous figure, whose martial arts action skills are among the most impressive in modern cinema. He is a talented action star.

Now, on the heels of, and in stark contrast to, his role in one of the most widely anticipated, high budget, visually masterful epics in modern cinema Zaror hits the artisan theater circuit and Hi-YAH streaming channel with Fist of the Condor. This film is a highly personal, small budget, foreign film starring Zaror in the leading role(s). Unlike the Wick movies, it takes place in a remote location, and is an attempt to convey a martial arts philosophy and journey through film, albeit a mythical one.

According to Zaror, "This film represents my own journey as a martial artist to a great extent, particularly the winding but necessary path to overcoming my own perceived limits through the process of trial and error-and a great deal of introspection and perseverance. The story itself arose from delving into diverse approaches to nutrition, personal philosophy and training, as well as a personal desire to create a well-executed kung fu movie that also reverently portrays Latin American culture and values on-screen."

While it is a Chilean made the film, Fist of the Condor is also clearly influenced by the martial arts films of the Far East. It has many images, references, and visual components which harken to the 1970's "Kung Fu" films of the Shaw Brothers, and Golden Harvest. The filmmakers are, no doubt, familiar with, and fans of those films and style of filmmaking. Even the title pays homage to so many classic martial arts films. Fist of the Condor also has a through line that, early on, reminded me of David Carradine's American martial arts, western television series, Kung Fu (1972-75). This was subtly confirmed in the film, itself, if the viewer is paying attention.

The movie is less than 90 minutes; however, it is jammed packed with explosive martial arts action scenes. There are numerous fight sequences throughout the film; many showcasing Zaror's extensive background in Taekwondo, kickboxing, and various other martial arts. He is a striking physical persona, and his technique is founded in real martial arts training and understanding. While many of the scenes devolve into the some of the, more, high wire, acrobatics of some of the Chinese martial arts fantasy films, these scenes do support the story. Regardless, the fighting here is exciting, engaging, well choreographed, and well executed. For Taekwondo enthusiasts, many of the fight scenes have a Taekwondo foundation. In fact, the scenes of Zarors' character's master (played by Korean Man Soo Yoon) are steeped in Taekwondo; from his Korean origin to the modern, distinct Sports Poomsae Taekwondo uniform he is wearing.

The film also gives the filmmakers the opportunity to showcase the talents of some gifted, albeit, unknown martial artists, as well as the beauty of the place it was filmed. While this film could have taken place anywhere, there is a conscious effort to make sure the viewer knows it was filmed, specifically, in Chile.

If you are looking for a John Wick style franchise, Blockbuster this may not be the film for you. However, if you are looking for a good martial arts film, whose respect and passion for the martial arts and martial arts movies transcends its shortcomings, then Fist of the Condor is a hidden gem.

As for me, I love that this film came from a country not known for its martial arts cinema. Zaror has been on the scene a long time, but only now is he poised for international acclaim.

I do recommend Fist of the Condor.

Reviewed by onasre-97743 1 / 10

A movie to forget

If you have something to do go ahead and do it while the movie is on. Just come back if u can for the last 10 minuts of the movie. Then u watched it.. Make a favor to your self and pass this movie. Its about a fighter who knows a secret book. Can teach you a skill the condor eagle style. The. Movie has no point at all. They do not tell you why this move is a secret or why there bunch of fighters looking for the secret skill. They have guns.?. Acting is so bad from the whole cast. They act like reading a book or telling a story befor bed regardles s the kid already slept. I have no regreat watching the movie cuz it made my value my time better than ever.

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