A series of killings ravage a Buddhist temple and one of its disciples is a suspect. A corrupted Emperor seeks out a valuable piece of treasure while giving the monks a month to recover the gift or die.
Da Chiao Lin
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This film has almost all the Fu fundamentals needed to be graded a Kung Klassic!
It has the poor dubbing, rubbish acting and a terrible story-line. It has though some fantastic and inventive fight scenes that are well choreographed thanks to the talents of Dragon Lee and Geofrey Ho, which are even more entertaining combined with over the top gray hair pieces, bugs bunny voices (Where do they find these guys?) and very obvious fake mustache chicken eating foe! (I laughed so hard a little bit of wee came out!) It's accidental comic genius tops all the Kung-Spoof films ever (They are balls).
The perfect hangover remedy list: Get some "Pop" and pizza and let Solimsa Yongpali soothe your aching mind.
On the Kung Scale: 8/10
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