New York Times - 10/20/2000
"...[Includes] some of the most amazing stunts ever filmed....The climactic last battle [is] breathtaking..."
USA Today - 10/20/2000
"...[Chan] doesn't just play with fire, he breathes it..."
Entertainment Weekly - 08/16/1996
"...Chan at his best....Bravura..." -- Rating: 4 out of 4 kicks
Los Angeles Times - 10/20/2000
"...[Featuring] thrilling, non-computer-generated stunt work that is becoming increasingly rare anywhere in the world....You don't see stunts like this every day, not even from Jackie Chan..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/20/2000
"...THE LEGEND OF DRUNKEN MASTER is quite simply amazing....The photography is elegant..."
This sequel to 1978's DRUNKEN MASTER features Jackie Chan returning to his role as the mischievous martial artist who outsmarts his father and tangles with Euro-thugs in the streets of Hong Kong in order to rescue stolen Chinese artifacts. Chan employs the hilarious but effective style of kung fu known as the "drunken" style. The movie is a true action masterpiece featuring some of the most intense fighting sequences ever filmed.
Fathers And Sons |
Kung Fu |
Martial Arts |