'His Name Is Nobody' is forgotten Kung Fu classid with Lau Kar Wing (also known as Liu Chia-yung) and Dean Shek who were huge stars of that era. Although the film is enjoyable and little bit above average, it still uses many dervative cliches of the genre. The film combines slapstick comedy with well choreographed fighting, but it has some problems changing the tone of the movie - shifts between slapstick and serious brutality are uneven and sometimes too sudden.
'His Name Is Nobody' is far from the worst what that era's Hong Kong cinema can offer. It balances safely between. Although fun to watch, I dare to recommend it only to the fans of the genre.
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