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Unable to see eye to eye with his father, completely broke and with nowhere else to turn, young Wong Fei-Hung (Jackie Chan) grudgingly accepts the tutelage of Su Hua Chi (Siu Tien Yuen), a notoriously intoxicated martial arts master. Su Hua Chi teaches Wong the techniques of Drunken Boxing, an unusually fluid fighting style. Wong is then forced to put his new skills to the test when his father is targeted by deadly assassin Thunderleg (Jang Lee Hwang), who has never lost a fight.

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  • Jul 19, 2013
    it is pretty silly but jackie chan is amazing. love the training sequences and especially the keep-away fight. it's like watching a dance film!
    Stella D Super Reviewer
  • Dec 15, 2010
    Outstanding combination of unusual elements, odd even for that era. Yuen Woo-ping artistic mastery and Jackie Chan's light-hearted and humorous spirit meet the brutal slapstick violence that was regarded as normal violent standards. There's just too much brilliance throughout, too much irresistible elements that have labeled this as "the original kung-fu comedy". No better description is available: this, with its never-ending final duel sequence, is <b>unparalleled</b> madness. 93/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • Sep 08, 2010
    A hint to some: When you practice standing meditation in qi gong, make sure to drink a small amount of Chinese fermented rice wine before you start. Once you have begun meditation, picture in your mind what is called in this movie "Monkey" style. I hear for some of us, this can be the key to the world of martial arts. <p>You know I've heard it said that Jet Li went the martial arts side of performance, while Jackie Chan went the acrobatics route. Well, that may be true, but it surely does not mean that Jackie Chan cannot pull off some amazing kung fu. <p> And it's Jackie Chan, so why haven't you already seen it : )
    Lanning : Super Reviewer
  • Oct 23, 2009
    Jackie Chan learns drunken Kung Fu from a wine-guzzliing master in order to fight properly against the evil assassin Yan Ti San. Amazingly tightly choreographed fight sequences (you can watch it for these alone) and very very silly.
    Lesley N Super Reviewer

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