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Long de chuan ren (Legend of the Dragon) Reviews

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January 21, 2013
Very amusing as always and the snooker rival is amazing
Dave J
March 14, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012

(1990) Legend of the Dragon
(In Chinese with English subtitles)
COMEDY

Upon this review, I got it from a Chinese friend of mine who had a pre-recorded version and as soon as I saw it, I started to notice that my version was a little shortened, but was still able to make out most of what was happening. Movie stars the 'King of Comedies of Hong Kong', Stephen Chow as Bruce Lee's stunt double protege of real life martial artist stunt double of some Bruce Lee movies by the name of Yuen Wah(who's often cast as a villian) sending his best student to raise money to save some property. He inadvertingly becomes a professional pool hustler and enters a professional tournament. Some of the most memorable highlights include, the eating scene, the short fight scene that involves an umbrella and the end credits showing behind the scenes where Chow was actually trained with real life pool table professionals to doing tricks!

Strong
3 out of 4
February 16, 2012
Bad film of Stephen Chow's film
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