Beggar So is trying to train brother and sister team Chung and Gam Fa, with mixed results! But an enemy from Beggar So's past, Grasshopper Bill Chan and his brother Cougar start causing ...
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Beggar So is trying to train brother and sister team Chung and Gam Fa, with mixed results! But an enemy from Beggar So's past, Grasshopper Bill Chan and his brother Cougar start causing trouble and throw Beggar So out of his house. Grasshopper Bill helps Kai to be pledged in marriage to Gam Fa against her wishes, but secretly he wants her all to himself, which leads to a final battle.Written by
So the movie gives Jackie Chan top billing all over the poster, but he's barely in the movie. He's literally just a cameo that they have cut in from footage from Drunken Master so as both movies can be connected. The movie actually stars Casanova Wong. He maybe better looking that Jackie, but he can't fight like him. They should have highlighted the cute Chinese girl in the cute king Fu gear, I'm sure she could have gotten dudes to come see it.
What's weird is that the movie is called drunken fist boxing yet there is no drinking or any boxing. I'm guessing this discrepancy has everything to do with the racist and god awful English dub.
The final battle at the end of the movie stands out to me more than other movies of this genre. Would have been even better if Jackie Chan was a part of it.
Just watch Drunken Master again and forget this one.
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