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Drunken MasterAnother film of Jackie Chan is directed by Woo-Ping Yuen follows a naughty boy named Wong Fei-hong. His father sends him to his uncle - a master of the 8-Drunken Genii kung-fu. When the son comes back after kung-fu class, he prevents an assassin to save his father's life.Keywords:
Actors of "Drunken Master"
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Directors of "Drunken Master"Woo-Ping YuenBirthdate: 1 January 1945, Guangzhou, China
Creators of "Drunken Master"Lung HsiaoSee-Yuen NgBirthdate: 1944, Shanghai, China
Critic Reviews of "Drunken Master"CineVueMay 03, 2017
The unparallelled balletic skill of Chan and his co-stars is simply astonishing.Eye for FilmApril 27, 2017
Martial arts genius aside, it's the film's warm-heartedness that has really given it its staying power, charming generation after generation of fans. This is a simple story told well, and it gets results.Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)September 30, 2016
Worth watching for the slapstick-like kung fu Chan made famous-it's here martial arts kicked back to Chaplin and Keaton, fusing Eastern acrobatic-fighting with those two Western silent-movie master-clowns (there are also echoes of the Three Stooges).TV GuideJune 01, 2010
It's an undisguised star vehicle for the likeable Chan and his incredible acrobatic skills, and even viewers who couldn't care less about which fighting style the combatants are using will enjoy watching him be put through his paces.Greenwich Village GazetteDecember 21, 2004
II was better, but this is great too.Apollo GuideMarch 16, 2004
From the viewpoint of tracking Jackie Chan's career, this movie is a milestone.Nitrate OnlineMarch 28, 2003
Chan's breakthrough film is crudely made, but his own charm and athleticism make this worth a look.Austin ChronicleJanuary 01, 2000
Not unlike the silent films of Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd, or for that matter, the best pictures of Hong Kong's Seventies kung fu films, the genius of Drunken Master lies in its kinetics. Pure entertainment, and a true chop-socky classic.Deseret News, Salt Lake CityJanuary 01, 2000
This is the film where Chan's confidence in his unique mix of comedy and martial arts, his gracefully choreographed slapstick-kung fu fighting style and natural athleticism, really began to blossom.
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