An update of the 1960s Chinese martial arts story, Buddha's Palm, friends Charles and Chi (Andy Lau, Pak-Cheung Chan) visit Mainland China and discover an ancient cave that houses what is ...
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An update of the 1960s Chinese martial arts story, Buddha's Palm, friends Charles and Chi (Andy Lau, Pak-Cheung Chan) visit Mainland China and discover an ancient cave that houses what is supposed to be the makeshift tomb of the legendary martial artist Lung Gim-Fei. The friends find an old spell book and practice some magic, which unintentionally breaks open a wall and releases a dormant princess (Joey Wang) and her handmaiden (Siu-Wai Mui). Charles and Chi take the Princess and her Handmaiden back to Hong Kong with them, unaware that they were followed by the just-awaken evil warlord, Tien Chien (Wah Yuen). Written by
This movie was one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. Makes me want to go get some hamburgers. The plot of this movie was great and the interaction between the two main characters and Tin Chan was so funny i had to watch it like 50 more times. This is one of the movies that I have watched to most, over and over and it still doesn't lose its charm. Andy Lau is his usual self. 10 out of 10.
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