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Lo Tung and his friend Malted Candy, pedicab drivers working the streets of Macao, have both fallen in love. The problem is that both their objects of affection - one a baker, the other a ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lo Tung
Siu Chung Mok ...
Malted Candy
Hoi Mang ...
Rice Pudding
Lung Chan ...
Nina Li Chi ...
Fennie Yuen ...
Ching-Ying Lam ...
Billy Lau ...
Lowell Lo ...
Shan Cha Cake
James Mou ...
Yueh Sun ...
Corey Yuen ...
Coolie (as Kwai Yuen)
Maria Cordero ...
Dick Wei ...
John Sham ...
Master 5


Lo Tung and his friend Malted Candy, pedicab drivers working the streets of Macao, have both fallen in love. The problem is that both their objects of affection - one a baker, the other a prostitute - are working under cruel and lecherous bosses. Somehow, the pair must find a way to win the ladies' hearts and free them from their unpleasant jobs. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Action | Comedy | Romance





Release Date:

24 February 1989 (Hong Kong)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Bone-cracking, physically punishing masterpiece with a warm heart
21 December 2005 | by (Mountains of Madness) – See all my reviews

This, "Prodigal Son" and "Eastern Condors" are my favourite Sammo Hung films. The Fat Dragon is fatter in this outing than he was in "Condors", but he's no less sure-footed as director or actor. He is, in fact, at the top of his form and delivers a devastating, brutal actioner that boasts half a dozen amazing sequences and manages to tell a compassionate, sweet love story also. Love and romance are not the director's priorities here, but they serve as curious adjuncts to the action, and insure that viewers don't hit the fast-forward button between the physical clashes.

The opening scene, which features a funny light sabre duel, sets a solid but deceptive tone. A sequence in which Sammo's pedicab is chased by a car is beautifully staged and sweetened with a sharp, comic tone. The fast and furious stick fight between Sammo and Lau Kar Leung is a model of dazzling choreography and sharp, superb direction, and easily one of the best ever of its type. The film's violence escalates slowly until, finally, when the climactic showdown comes, we are subjected to some of the most brutal altercations ever seen in a Sammo production. The director/actor's assault on Billy Chow and a house filled with angry, menacing opponents is a bone-cracking, physically punishing delight.

Terrific on every level and one of the best martial arts movies ever made.

Great score, too.

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