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  • I also like it when the Ancient teaches Caine how to fight the shadow, showing that Caine definitely doesn't know it all as yet
  • There's a very nice scene that I enjoyed when Peter tries to stop his dad from the meeting with the Shadow Assassin

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      Kung Fu: The Legend Continues: Shadow Assassin has a couple of different dramatic angles to the plot. In part, there’s another serial killer on the loose, known as the Shadow Assassin. This comes to the front over some book that reveals secrets, not unlike having magician ‘how to’ methods revealed, which has always

      been a big no-no.

      The second part of the plot is that Peter gets a new partner, a woman he is somewhat personally involved with, and she gets killed by the Shadow Assassin. This gives it that personal touch.

      Elements of the show are intriguing, like trying to figure out who or what the killer ...


      • is, be it shadow or substance. I also like it when the Ancient teaches Caine how to fight the shadow, showing that Caine definitely doesn’t know it all as yet.

        There’s a very nice scene that I enjoyed when Peter tries to stop his dad from the meeting with the Shadow Assassin. It’s tender.

        Chris Potter, who plays Peter, is so darn good with the emotional in these scenes. It was just a moment that showed how the growing re-connection of father and son and how important they were to each other.

        It’s also neat at the end when Peter talks about wanting to learn Kung Fu.




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