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

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





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In this WW II adventure, a group of expert fighters endeavor to bring back the treasures taken by enemy soldiers.
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Comedy
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Jackie Chan
as Sammy
Adam Cheng
as Amazon Leader
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Critic Reviews for Fantasy Mission Force (Mai nei dak gung dui) (Dragon Attack)

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

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


Had a mundane plot line. The fighting scenes were pretty decent though. Jackie Chan's role was rather small.

Doctor Touch
Doctor Touch

I admit I don't generally go for movies of this type, but this is a work of such mind-melting sub-Jodorowskian weirdness that I have to recommend it. Chan is probably onscreen for a total of about 15 minutes or so; mostly the action is given over to a wild story set in a parallel-universe version of World War II, where a motley gang of criminals and warriors are rounded up by a Chinese colonel to rescue a group of generals (including Abraham Lincoln?!) from the Japanese. The characters wander from one bizarre adventure to the next, finally ending up in a face-off against a gang of Nazis in modern-day cars festooned with swastikas. The budget is painfully low, the dubbing is largely incomprehensible, and most of the music seems to have been 'borrowed' from Western horror and action films, but this film manages a certain plucky charm thanks to its outrageous sense of humor and its willingness to descend into pure surreal fantasy. Westerns, slapstick comedy, horror movies, kung fu, action films, war movies, and parody are all tried on, and all things considered, the fight scenes are well-staged and exciting. Coming from someone who's generally bored to tears with Hong Kong action cinema, Fantasy Mission Force is quite something. Check it out!

Steve Joseph
Steve Joseph

[FONT=Times New Roman] The first time that I watched Fantasy Mission Forced I was so very confused. What is Abe Lincoln doing in WW2?, and what is the deal with the script. This film is so odd and wacky that it is funny. Jackie Chan is not the main character, but is in most of the important scenes in the film. All I can say is that the "Nazis" in this film drive cars from the 80's, riding on the top waving torches around their heads. If your drunk then this movie will make sense, or if you just want to confuse someone to no end. Pure quality.

Sean Davenport
Sean Davenport

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