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Xun zhao Cheng Long (2009)

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Jackie Chan is the undefeated Kung Fu Master who dishes out the action in traditional Jackie Chan style. When a young boy sets out to learn how to fight from the Master himself, he not only... See full summary »


Xuan Hua (screenplay), Jiamin Wu (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Yishan Zhang Yishan Zhang ... Zhang Yi-shan
Jackie Chan ... Jackie Chan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Qixing Aisin-Gioro
Bing Bai ... Herself
Ke-Yu Guo Ke-Yu Guo
Hongbo Jiang ... Poicewoman
Wai Lam
Xiang Li
Jia-wei Lou Jia-wei Lou
Miao Miao Miao Miao
Yueming Pan
Lan Qin ... Nurse
Xiaoman Shi Xiaoman Shi
Qinwen Tan Qinwen Tan
Yan Tang


Jackie Chan is the undefeated Kung Fu Master who dishes out the action in traditional Jackie Chan style. When a young boy sets out to learn how to fight from the Master himself, he not only witnesses some spectacular fights, but learns some important life lessons along the way. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for martial arts action and some mild language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

3 July 2009 (China) See more »

Also Known As:

Jackie Chan Kung Fu Master See more »

Filming Locations:

Beijing, China

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Not the WORST movie I've ever seen, but certainly one of them...
5 August 2013 | by jlight1977See all my reviews

I've recently gone back to re-watch EVERY Jackie Chan film, even one's like this where he just has a small role. To be sure, he is featured more here than some other cameo appearances, but even for a die-hard Chan fan, it's not worthwhile.

This "film" is just all kinds of horrible. There is literally no aspect that doesn't suck. It looks like it was made for TV, and two directors can't find anything original to do, they just copy well-worn shots and angles and make even Chan's fighting look slow and amateurish. To boot, many shots of him don't clearly show his face, so I don't know, it might even have been a double doing some of the stunts?? If you get Chan to appear in your movie for 5 minutes, you'd show his face as much as possible, right?!

The script by about 8 writers also has nothing new to say, nothing interesting, and more importantly, no characters to identify with. The main kid is so unlikable that I was praying one of his horrible decisions would end up killing him, as he's incredibly immature and stupid even considering he's 15. The adults in the film are all rash and unsympathetic, also making a string of foolish decisions. The film wants to show some kind of coming-of-age adventure, but the main kid doesn't grow or mature, and nobody else really helps to guide him. They just yell at him to learn manners and then give in to him anyway. Even Jackie isn't the best role model as he gives in easily.

And finally, the action. Well, the film tries to give you lots, but it's all weak, slow, motion-blurred for effect, and unoriginal. No point in watching for that.

Worst of all, the film is basically a propaganda piece for China, trying to show the awe of it's modernization, the beautiful women doing important work everywhere, the generosity of Jackie and all civil servants, the new technology and buildings everywhere, and of course the impeccable Chinese manners and morality. It's all such one-sided BS that I couldn't stand it. Anyone who's spent much time in China will easily see what I'm talking about.

With crappy music, acting, editing, and everything else, there is absolutely no reason to watch this. If you want to see the real glory of China, there are plenty of other films that represent it greatly. There are also plenty of other Chan films worth watching. This one is just punishment.

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