It opens with two old guys out at night and fearing ghosts. They instead encounter Little Unicorn and his pal. They are wandering kung fu guys looking for a place to spend the night. Ah Chung is Little Unicorn's pal. A woman lets them in her house then warns them it is haunted. Cut to the two old guys who are killed by a ghost. The ghost then proceeds to bone the lady who let our guys in. Daylight brings a tournament. Two chicks intervene to ensure no one gets hurt. Little Unicorn fights first and it is clear he is going for the comedy.
My copy is full screen with dual subtitles. It seems a fan added English subtitles on top of the embedded Chinese. Thank you, anonymous fan!
I watched this movie because of one actor Unicorn Chan, aka Little Unicorn. I previously watched his movie "Fist of Unicorn" or "Unicorn Palm". That movie is more often titled "Bruce Lee and I". Bruce Lee had little if anything at all to do with that movie. Unfortunately it was marketed as if he had and this lead to many viewers disappointed in the movie. I wrote in my review if you ignore all the Bruce Lee nonsense and just watch the movie as a typical martial arts movie it is actually above average. Unfortunately, I should have let it go after the first movie.
This movie tries to be a comedy, ghost, and martial arts movie and fails at all three.
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