A cop is assigned to a case of escorting a criminal to Japan while dealing with relationship problems, and his enormous change in appearance as a result of being dumped.


Kenji Tanigaki, Aman Chang (co-director)


Jing Wong (screenplay by), Koon-Nam Lui (screenplay by) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Yen ... Fallon Zhu
Niki Chow ... Chloe Song
Teresa Mo ... Charisma
Jing Wong ... Thor
Jessica Jann ... Maggie
Qiunan Lin Qiunan Lin ... Little Tiger
Louis Cheung ... Commander Huang (as Kai-Chung Cheung)
Naoto Takenaka ... Inspector Endo
Joey Iwanaga Joey Iwanaga ... Shimakura (as Joey Tee)
Tetsu Watanabe ... Grandfather
Cho-Lam Wong ... Traffic Cop
Sui-man Chim ... Bank Manager Zhan
Anthony Chan ... Chief Commissioner
Philip Ng
Jerry Lamb ... Police Officer


Fallon Chu (Donnie Yen) is a Hong Kong Police Special Task Force agent. An agile fighter with a high crime detection rate, he's considered a role-model in the eye of both the police force as well as the public. He gets assigned to a case of escorting a well known criminal to Japan using his experiences and fighting capabilities to keep it safe during the job. Unfortunately, things are not going well in his private life as he has to deal with problems with his fiancee while planning their wedding. After a series of mishaps between them, she suddenly dumps him. Heartbroken he indulges himself in food to relieve his state of shock and loneliness, and in three month' time his endless intemperance turns him into a 300-pound being. Written by DOK

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Action | Comedy


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Sammo Kam-Bo Hung was the original choice for a supporting role in the movie but the idea was scrapped and Jing Wong himself filled in the role instead. See more »


References Enter the Fat Dragon (1978) See more »

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Has potential to be renaissance classic, but it turns out to be just a mediocre time killer
22 May 2020 | by zhangchaodaoSee all my reviews

Okay movie for fun watching, it really has a potential to be a classic like old Jackie Chan Hong Kong action comedy movie....but it does not.

The movie sets out to be a comedy due to the design of the first scene. But there is no comedy in all the fights. The fatness just be there for the sake of fatness...there is not a single scene of Yen fighting with his fatness as a comedy point or disadvantage, (for an example, after he jump from one roof to another, the director actually can make it more fun and he can break the roof and fall through or stuck in the hole for further comedy effect) but after he got fat he fights exactly as he used to as agile as it can be even flying, cmon man....The Bruce Lee reference is also there for no relation...so whats the point ?

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Release Date:

14 February 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Enter the Fat Dragon See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China See more »


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$22,193, 16 February 2020

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2.4 : 1
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