But before the plan could be executed, a messenger for Song Hu arrives and hands him a letter. What hatred behind those men, a battle between them was about to start. Huo negotiates with Hou to let him live in exchange for a treasure map. The Shaolin Abbot was touched by seeing his knee down in front of the Shoalin temple for three days. Before departing, Hou further humiliates the monks by adding an inscription on the temple's signboard. China is plunged into strife as feuding warlords try to expand their power by warring over neighboring lands.
Rather than sticking to the plan, he decides to create a plan of his own to dispose both warlords by hiring a group of mercenaries. Luu Duc Hoa's character was killed by his assistant, while his wife is away, carrying their little girls. A kid rushed into the Shaolin Temple and defeated some monks as proof he was qualified for being a disciple of Shaolin Abbot. Yet after receiving the map, Hou shoots his fallen foe at the back, killing him instantly. Shaolin is around a character played by Luu Duc Hoa. They launch a daring plan or rescue and escape.
It turns out the Hou's plan was intercepted. One day, the king of Chu visited Shaolin Temple and found out the kid was the man on his 'wanted list'. However, Cao Man feels that he is also used for his captain's benefits. When his own family is wiped out by a rival warlord, Hao is forced to take refuge with the monks. The Abbot sent him to plant vegetable fields as a start of kung fu skill practice. During the heated argument, Hou shoots his sworn brother and fatally wounds him, after which the hired assassins by Cao Man arrive. Shaolin monks refused his request.
As the civil unrest spreads and the people suffer, Hao and the Shaolin masters are forced to take a fiery stand against the evil warlords. Released in 2011, Shaolin is a Chinese martial arts drama movie set in early Republican China during the warlord periods. He instructs his second in command, Cao Man, to make all the necessary arrangements. The storyline is set in Dengfeng, Henan in a time where a warlord rules the plains of China. During the celebratory parade, Hou meets with his sworn brother, Song Hu. As the dinner continues, Hou signals his family to vacate the premises as the trap supposedly unfolds. Hou approaches the temple with his armed men.
Out of desperation, Andy Lau's character left to the Shaolin Temple to live and learn Buddhist from a monk in charge of the cooking in the temple. The movie is produced and directed by Benny Chan and was written by Alan Yuen. . Feeling that he has been used by Song Hu for his own personal gains, Hou devises a trap in a restaurant. Meanwhile, the kid was eager to learn kung fu skills.
A warlord named Hou Jie overpowers his adversary, Huo Long, and proclaims Dengfeng as his property. But the pride comes before a fall. On the actual night of the meeting, Hou and Song Hu arrive together with their families including Hou's daughter, whom Song Hu proposes to marry his son. Unbiased and willing to help anyone who asks for it, the monks form an attack formation around Huo, so that he does not get shot and killed. The pursuers are blocked by Shaolin monks who refuse bloodshed and violence inside their temple. The defeated warlord escapes to a nearby Shaolin temple to seek refuge. .
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