A spoof of the legendary martial arts icon Wong Fei-Hung, this action comedy finds Fei-Hung (Alan Tam) being challenged to duels by the crafty Ken Shek (Tony Leung Ka Fai). However, ...
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A spoof of the legendary martial arts icon Wong Fei-Hung, this action comedy finds Fei-Hung (Alan Tam) being challenged to duels by the crafty Ken Shek (Tony Leung Ka Fai). However, Fei-Hung is actually a cook and has not mastered any martial arts move and, therefore, relies on his "disciples" Porky Wing (Eric Tsang), Leung Foon (Simon Yam) and So (Man Tat Ng) to train him. Meanwhile, Shek has purchased opium from shady businessman Indiana Jones (Paul Fonoroff) and plans to rule the town with the profits he gained from selling the drug. Written by
For a Chinese movie parody, this has surprisingly high production value and a strong cast. Don't expect a coherent plot here and there are some corny jokes too. Though you won't see great acting here but you should look forward to familiar faces making arses out of themselves. Don't miss the unforgettable scene where the two main characters have their little outhouse "contest". Even though it's been years since I saw the movie, still makes me laugh thinking about it.
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