Review of ‘The Magnificent Ruffians‘ also known as ‘The Destroyers’ which is a classic Shaw Brothers kung fu martial arts movie from 1979 starring Feng Lu, Philip Kwok, Lo Mang, and Sun Chien, and was directed by the prolific and talented Chang Cheh.

Directed by Chang Cheh, a visionary filmmaker renowned for his dynamic storytelling and impressive action choreography, “The Magnificent Ruffians” delivers an adrenaline-fueled cinematic experience. The film stars members of the Venom Mob, including the incredible Philip Kwok, whose acrobatic skills and breathtaking martial arts techniques continue to captivate audiences.

However, what sets this film apart is the cunning and cleverness of the villain, Feng Lu. As the devious Golden Blade, Feng Lu devises a plan to trick the heroes into inadvertently harming each other during a friendly sparring match. His strategic mind and manipulative tactics add an extra layer of depth and intensity to the film’s central conflict. With every move, Feng Lu proves to be a formidable adversary who will stop at nothing to achieve his sinister goals.