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Chinese Mainlander Lau Ching (Stephen Chow) comes to Hong Kong to find his cousin. There, he meets street smart wise-guy Smartie (Kenny Bee), who tries to help Ching get into a martial arts school in order to enter a fighting competition. Ching eventually becomes a student under the wing of martial artist master Fok Wan (Corey Yuen) and also grows attached to his daughter, Mandy Fok (Sharla Cheung). This results in the jealousy of her supposed boyfriend, Cheng Wai (Yeung-Ming Wan). Written by
Stephen Chow plays Lau Sing, a martial arts wannabe who takes under the wing of Master Fok Wan (Corey Yuen). But, this arouses in the jealousy of his future son-in-law, Cheng Wai (Yeung-Ming Wan), who sees his status in the household threaten and who sees his relationship between him and girlfriend Mandy (Sharla Cheung) affected.
Plenty of thrilling martial acts action to see in the movie and, with Chow, a good dose of comedy and goofiness. However, his sidekick Smartie (Kenny Bee) went overboard on the goofiness and rendered the movie annoying at times. But, back to the main plot, some might find this movie funny with all the gags and suspenseful with all the action and nefarious activities by the main villain at the same time. Not a bad film overall.
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