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This film wastes no time getting started and never really lets up. Lots of magic kung fu. Lots of crude silly 80's HK humor. Over the top acting, insane set design, lots of puppets and a giant poisonous frog! The filming is fast and cheap so some of the editing and continuity is haphazard. The martial arts are silly most of the time but the last big fight scene is very good in it's own weird way. If you like films with some sort of serious subtext then run fast from this one. Nothing is serious here. At one point early on, the Drunkard sinks into the stone floor until his feet are by his face! No explanation on what's going on or why he's doing it! If you can't stand a film this weird, you've been warned.
The same team did Taoism Drunkard and Young Taoism Fighter. All recommended.
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