Fantasy Mission Force (Mai nei dak gung dui) (Dragon Attack) (1982)

Fantasy Mission Force (Mai nei dak gung dui) (Dragon Attack)


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Taiwanese filmmaker Chu Yen-ping directed this typically peculiar (and not too far from insane) action-comedy. It is nominally set during World War II, although it really exists in a world all its own, as references run the gamut from the '40s to the '80s. Hard-bitten Lieutenant Duan Wen (Jimmy Wang Yu) puts together a crack team of commandos in order to rescue a group of Allied generals who are captives of the Japanese military. There's an escape artist, a leather-clad tough girl with a bazooka … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Art House & International, Comedy
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On DVD: May 15, 2000



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August 17, 2005

August 9, 2002
Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)

Audience Reviews for Fantasy Mission Force (Mai nei dak gung dui) (Dragon Attack)

A ragtag band of conmen and criminals fights through the wilds of Canada, facing tribes of Amazons and a haunted house, to rescue captured general Abraham Lincoln and comrades from the Japanese. Thius kung fu comedy ends with incredible acrobatics by Jackie Chan and the tragic, bloody deaths of the gang of clowns at a sort of facist demolition derby. A pulp surrealism masterpice, set in a previously undiscovered movie universe at the conjunction of the Shaw Brothers, Luis Bunuel and the Three Stooges.

Greg S

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Wow. Simply wow. Just when you think you've seen it all, you watch Fantasy Mission Force. I don't think any other movie can come close to the level lunacy that this movie displays for 90 straight minutes.

For the first 15 minutes I don't think I stopped laughing once. I laughed so much that my body hurt. The only other movie that is anywhere close to this much fun is Tarkan vs. the Vikings but that movie is different. This is much more zany. It's like the 3 stooges meets scooby doo meets low budget kung fu meets musical. I would pay good money for a digitally remastered version that doesn't pan & scan just to see what else is happening in these scenes.

The story, if you can call it that, is so completely ridiculous that I don't even want to try and explain it because I might spoil it for you. You'll just have to see it to find out. I highly recommend buying this movie. Once you see it you'll want a copy for yourself so do what I did and buy it first.

The GREATEST WORST movie ever made. I love this and have seen in a number of time enjoying the hell out of my self.

Derek Wilkerson

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