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The Legend of Drunken Master (2000)

Jackie Chan , Ho-Sung Pak , Jackie Chan , Chia-Liang Liu  |  R |  DVD
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  • Actors: Jackie Chan, Ho-Sung Pak, Lung Ti, Anita Mui, Felix Wong
  • Directors: Jackie Chan, Chia-Liang Liu
  • Writers: Edward Tang, Gai Chi Yuen, Man-Ming Tong
  • Producers: Barbie Tung, Edward Tang, Eric Tsang
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Dimension
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2001
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000056VOK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,155 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Legend of Drunken Master" on IMDb

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Jackie Chan was 40 when he stepped back into the role of young Wong Fei Hung in this sequel to his 1978 breakthrough comic hit, Drunken Master. In the ensuing years the character, one of China's most popular folk heroes and a cinematic staple for decades, had been taken up as a quiet, introspective healer by Jet Li in the first three films in the fabulously popular series of films Once Upon a Time in China and in the more comic Last Hero in China. Chan returns Wong Fei Hung to the mischievous youth of the original film, an impetuous rascal with the skills of his healer/martial arts master father (Ti Lung of A Better Tomorrow) and the impulsiveness of his conniving, fun-loving mother (Anita Mui). Comic mix-ups and misunderstandings land Wong in the middle of a plot by British smugglers stealing Chinese treasures and enslaving local workers in an iron foundry. This mad mix of slapstick comedy, energetic action, and melodrama offers some of Chan's finest fight scenes, a series of tightly choreographed, highly acrobatic skirmishes that build in intensity to the battle royal in the foundry where Wong dodges coal carts, parries sneak attacks, and crab walks through red-hot coals while taking on a succession of comers. Though 20 years older than his character, Chan pulls it off with grace, energy, and youthful vigor. --Sean Axmaker

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Jackie Chan return becomes and is able to fend off numerous attacks and perform incredible stunts. Aided by his hilarious stepmother and friends, Hong faces the challenge of protecting valuable Chinese history and saving his family honor.s to the role that made him a star in 1979's "Drunken Master." Chinese folklore hero Wong Fei Hong discovers a smuggling ring, orchestrated by the British Government, to transport valuable Chinese artifacts out of the country. Hong must use his unique style of martial arts, "Drunken Boxing," to fight the conspirators and salvage the Chinese treasures before it

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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
In 1978, Jackie Chan's "Drunken Master" (or Jui Kuen) was an exciting film that is considered a classic and help popularize the drunken boxing style of martial arts which has been copied on various video games and other films. Over 16 years later, Chan returned for "Drunken Master II" (Jui Kuen II) which was not a direct sequel but followed the character with the same name, Wong Fei Hung.

For those not familiar with the name Wong Fei-hung (or Hong), the real man lived from 1847 through 1924 and was a master of the no-shadow kick, drunken boxing, the lion dance and Hung fist. The character has been explored in a number of films which include the Jet Li "Once Upon a Time in China" films and for Jackie Chan in the "Drunken Master" films

The film revolves around a man named Wong Fei Hung who travels with his father (a doctor) and a student named Tsao via train after obtaining more medicine to bring back home. But because they must pay duty fees for the items they bring with them, Wong would rather not pay for them (despite his father telling him to) and hides his items through one of the non-Chinese travelers luggage, hoping to retrieve it later on the train (the non-Chinese and the rich Chinese are separated in a luxury style train cabin away from the Chinese travelers who happen to be packed in like sardines.

But as Wong Fei Hung goes to retrieve the item, he discovers another man trying to take the item out of the luggage. We then see that the item the man takes, looks exactly like the item that Wong had. A fight ensues and the older man who is a Chinese loyalist named General Fu (Liu Chia-liang) manages to easily dodge and defend all of Wong's attacks and even calls Wong a traitor (which he has no idea why he is being called that).
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the best Martial Arts Film ever made May 20, 2000
Format:VHS Tape
I know some of you will disagree and say that Bruce Lee's "Enter the Dragon", or Jet Li's "Fist of Legend" was the best ever made but I would have to disagree. While Bruce Lee was the best Martial Artist ever, his movies were average in regards to their fight choreography.No one could ever touch him in his films. The fight choreography in "Drunken Master 2" was incredible. It was realistic because there were almost no wire stunts involved and the fight scenes were fantastic. The fight scene with Jackie and Liu Chia Liang (Lau Kar Leung) in the beginning was pure poetry in motion. The final fight scene was fifteen minutes of pure adrenaline pumping action. Unique choreography makes this movie a classic. Unlike Jet Li's characterization of Wong Fei Hung, Jackie makes Fei Hung seem more human and vulnerable. Nobody could ever touch Jet Li in the "Once Upon a Time in China" series. Plus some of the moves just look so ridiculously fake. "Fist of Legend" is Jet's best movie because it isn't as fake and he actually has to fight hard to win. However, it is still only the second best film ever made. Not to criticize any other reviewer, but since when does the ability to do 540's and 720's and Butterfly kicks make a martial art film great? I have been involved in Martial Arts for over a 20 years and would love for someone to try to fight me using those kicks. While they look fancy in forms competition, they mean nothing in a real tournment fight and even less in a real street fight. This film is without a doubt the best Jackie Chan film ever and the best ever made. (At least until Jackie and Jet team up to do a film as has been rumored)
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best of Jackie Chan! May 14, 1999
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Format:VHS Tape
Not only does this movie raise the bar for fighting choreography, but it has so many other facets that make it a movie to be appreciated by movie lovers of all genre's. I won't dwell on the martial arts aspect. There have been plenty of reviews that have addressed the fact that this movie's fight scenes mark the greatest efforts of a martial arts wonder like Jackie Chan. There is no single martial arts talent in the West that can even compare to Hong Kong greats like Jackie. I would prefer to point out that unlike most martial arts pictures ( and unfortunately this includes some of Jackie's too) this picture has a quality story and great characters too. So much so that I have seen people who can't stand martial arts pictures really enjoy this one. Viewers will be amazed by the martial arts ability while they laugh at the antics of Jackie playing the young mischievous Fei Hung and Anita Mui playing his equally mischievous step-mother. This movie truly represents the range of Jackie's acting ability from humor, to penitant, to unbridled anger. All in all, a movie to be appreciated by everyone.
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81 of 104 people found the following review helpful
By MWong
Where to begin... It's difficult to put into words the disappointment I felt after watching the first few minutes of this US release of Drunken Master 2 (The Legend of Drunken Master).
Having seen the original movie on the big screen (and also being the proud owner of a VHS copy), I was looking forward to this release on DVD. Unfortunately, I feel this US release destroys what must be one of Jackie Chan's top 5 movies.
The translated dialogue is terrible. Not just the translations, but the voice actors they recruited sound like Chinese actors speaking bad English. If this was a real US release of the movie for US consumption, why not make the dialogue intelligible? As someone who speaks both Cantonese and English, I found the dialogue difficult to follow and just blatantly wrong. They rob the subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) comedy which runs through the entire movie. If they couldn't get good script writers to translate it properly, at least they could have used people who spoke with an American accent. I would almost go as far to be insulted by the chop-soky English used in this release.
The soundtrack is also noticably absent. By robbing the fight scenes of their original score, they remove the excitement and drama from the entire movie. You may not always appreciate how much a soundtrack does for a movie, but this US release truly underscores this point.
Believe me, I wanted to like this movie. I was just so disappointed with what they had done to this movie.
I hope you do not buy this DVD. You should look for either the Hong Kong release of the VHS, Laserdisc, or DVD.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Not The 3rd Installment, Just A Cropped Version Of #2
I thought that I was buying the 3rd installment of the series, but in reality there are only the original and DM 2, so there is no 3rd installment. Read more
Published 9 days ago by RockSteadyEddie
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Full of martial arts and very funny....and show respect to his parents.
Published 11 days ago by Edgardo Vazquez
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't Get Any Better Than This
If you want to talk about the most intense action movie of all time, as opposed to Jackie's most intense action movie of all time, this one is surely a candidate. Read more
Published 18 days ago by Kingsley Obike
5.0 out of 5 stars Amber
She was crazy about this tape. Asked me to get for her so I did and now it is apart of her collection.
Published 1 month ago by Denise Roey
5.0 out of 5 stars Modern Martial Arts Masterpiece 4.5*
Legend of the Drunken Master has some of the best stunts and fight scenes in all of cinema. This is not only one of Jackie Chan's best movies, it is one of the best kung-fu movies... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Julian Pope
5.0 out of 5 stars Great condition
I don't have this on VHS anymore so finding it on DVD was awesome and made my day and my year.
Published 3 months ago by Tadpols
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect
The movie is in perfect condition, arrived timely and was a great price. This is one of Chan's most outrageous and adventurous.
Published 3 months ago by Abracashoobiedoobiedoo
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Service!
I have been a fan of Jackie Chan and his films for a long time. I have had the misfortune in the past of being suckered into buying some less than good quality reprints. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Russell M. Ogg
4.0 out of 5 stars Funny guy
Jackie in this film is a riot. not the best acted chan movie but I found it a pleasure to watch.
Published 4 months ago by Bill jones NC
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Funny
I have this on DVD so I decided to upgrade to blu-ray and what a difference in sound and in the picture.
Published 5 months ago by Robert Calhoun
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