The Killer Meteors (Feng yu shuang liu xing) (Wind, Rain, Two Meteors) - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

The Killer Meteors (Feng yu shuang liu xing) (Wind, Rain, Two Meteors) Reviews

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½ August 24, 2014
The Killer Meteors boasts one of the earliest roles of Jackie Chan but truth be told Chan is rarely on screen and the east of the film is absurd fight choreography, wires, bad make-up and effects, and terrible editing. The tired plot becomes overly complicated towards the end making the dull film even more tiresome. Not recommended for fans of Kung fu films unless you enjoy those types that are all wires and little skill.
August 15, 2012
This one gets trashed for two reasons: 1: it's advertised as a Jackie Chan movie while he gets very little screentime in a villain role, and 2: Lo Wei's reputation has been somewhat disgraced by all the triad dirt.

On its own terms, though, this is a great so-bad-it's-good kung-fu flick filled with hilarious dubbing, plenty of bloodletting and surprisingly pretty locations. The plot is a pathetic mess, but to be honest, the same is true for most films with wuxia leanings. A lot of fun.
½ January 29, 2008
Jackie plays second fiddle to Jimmy Wang Yu, famous for his one one-armed movies. At the time Yu was a much bigger star and, I believe, this role was intended to help Chan get attention to launch his career. Not a great movie, but worth a watch if you're a Jackie Chan fan.
½ January 11, 2007
Good to see Jackie playing villain. This is Not a JC movie. This is one of the attempts made to turn him into the new Bruce Lee when he was young. Thank Goodness, he didn't comply!
June 8, 2015
Jackie chan goes dark 4 this one playing the bad guy
½ August 24, 2014
The Killer Meteors boasts one of the earliest roles of Jackie Chan but truth be told Chan is rarely on screen and the east of the film is absurd fight choreography, wires, bad make-up and effects, and terrible editing. The tired plot becomes overly complicated towards the end making the dull film even more tiresome. Not recommended for fans of Kung fu films unless you enjoy those types that are all wires and little skill.
November 27, 2013
This Fairly Good Martial Arts Tale, Features Jackie Chan (As A Villain) & Jimmy Wang Yu. A Dying Warrior (Chan), Sends Fellow Rival Warrior (Jimmy Wang Yu), To Find An Antidote For The Poison Given To Him By His Wife, Chan Also Wants His Wife Dead. The Film Follows The Adventure & The Scheming Tactics Of Chan's Character. A Film Which Is Easily Forgotten, But Is A Must For Chan Fans, As It Marks A Rarely Seen Performance As The Villain For Chan.
August 15, 2012
This one gets trashed for two reasons: 1: it's advertised as a Jackie Chan movie while he gets very little screentime in a villain role, and 2: Lo Wei's reputation has been somewhat disgraced by all the triad dirt.

On its own terms, though, this is a great so-bad-it's-good kung-fu flick filled with hilarious dubbing, plenty of bloodletting and surprisingly pretty locations. The plot is a pathetic mess, but to be honest, the same is true for most films with wuxia leanings. A lot of fun.
½ April 7, 2010
This movie makes no sense at all. The only reason to watch it to see Jackie Chan play a bad guy and you have to wait half an hour for him to even show up. Not worth your time.
December 7, 2009
What a crazy turn of events! So many ridiculous plot twists and betrayals. Jackie Chan plays the villain, and Jimmy Wang Yu is the hero. Lots of crazy weapons fighting and a twisty plot make for a highly entertaining experience.
November 6, 2009
Pity Jackie didn't starred this film, it has a well crafted plot, even though the fighting scenes weren't very impressive.
February 21, 2008
If jackie chan is in the movie it must be amazing!
½ January 29, 2008
Jackie plays second fiddle to Jimmy Wang Yu, famous for his one one-armed movies. At the time Yu was a much bigger star and, I believe, this role was intended to help Chan get attention to launch his career. Not a great movie, but worth a watch if you're a Jackie Chan fan.
½ January 4, 2008
Truly awful. Not much more to say.
April 3, 2006
it was crap jackie chan is only in a small part. do not see it
August 5, 2007
this sounds really funny.
½ July 8, 2007
Love watching Jackie nice martial arts moves and very funny as well
July 4, 2007
A 1976 novelty item for Jackie Chan completists only; he plays one of his rare costume roles, and his only bad guy. The star is Jimmy Wang Yu (One Armed Swordsman) as Hero Mei, a freelance warrior whose top-secret weapons are explosive project...
½ June 24, 2007
The only other movie in which Jackie plays a villain.
½ June 6, 2007
Jackie Chan was barely in this movie. Avoid it with a passion unless you love kung fu.
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