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The actors, some deep belly laughs, kung fu scenes and fast pace keep this one afloat.
Not much of a story. More character development and situational comedy scenes. Several inducing load laughter from this viewer. For example when Yuen is fighting one of the drug dealers and they end up in a deep freeze storage locker. The Kung Fu slows and instead of injuring the opponent....acquiring clothing becomes the focus.
Yuen plays a hand in his superiors demotion and meets future partner Lo by putting his sister in the hospital during a pursuit. Lo meets his girl, an informers ex, when the new partners are assigned the duty of locating him. Both are now working for the newly demoted Inspector.
A cute movie that may be lacking in areas, but not in fun.
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