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There were time constraints on the preparation of this movie to release it on time for its release on the Chinese New Year. Near the end of filming, shots of Jackie Chan's final fight scene with Richard Norton, had him doubled by stunt performer Mars to save time on re-shoots. See more »
Wires holding the characters in the air are visible in the 2-D fighting scene. See more »
Outtakes from the film are shown during the closing credits. See more »
The subtitled Hong Kong Legends UK release has one subtitle deliberately mistranslated to remove a joke about AIDS, which is not acceptable at the 12 category (though the actual line in Cantonese remains unaltered). See more »
I think this was the first "true" Jackie Chan movie I've seen...I was blown away by the stunts and fighting, but wow, this is ridiculous! I love it!!!! It's very bizarre, and really colorful. More or less, it's "Under Siege," but with Wong Jing's typical "anything goes" goofiness! A lot of people I know hate this, but I absolute adore this live-action cartoon...I guess you just have to be of a certain type to enjoy it...and oh yeh, it has the finest selection of great-looking women I've ever seen in one film!
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