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Master With Cracked Fingers 2007

NR CC
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3.2 out of 5 stars (70) IMDb 5.3/10

Young Jackie was intrigued by Kung-Fu since an early age, but his father strictly forbade its practice. One day, he meets an old beggar who offers to teach Jackie how to fight. Jackie grows up to be quite good though he keeps his knowledge a secret until he is forced to fight by an extortion ring that's putting the squeeze on his uncle's restaurant.

Starring:
Jackie Chan, Siu Tin Yuen
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Action, Comedy
Director Mu Chu
Starring Jackie Chan, Siu Tin Yuen
Supporting actors Dean Shek, Kwok Choi Hon, Biao Yuen, Feng Tien, Yeong-Mun Kwon, Nick Alexander, Kam Cheung, Shao Lun Chiang, Chun Chin, Yuet Sang Chin, Geoffrey Copleston, Larry Dolgin, Feng Erh, Kwong Lun Ho, Li-Nan Ho, Chin Hsu, Lo Kam, Chung Kwan
Studio Desert Island Films
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: VHS Tape
This film marked Jackie Chan's first lead role in the world of the Hong Kong film industry. This film had a classic plot of vengence and Kung Fu training much similar to the Shaw Brothers era films of the 60's and 70's. The film was a low budget, slipshod, chop socky Kung Fu flick which plots Chan as a waitor at his Uncle's resturant. It follows Jackie from his childhood of eagerness towards Kung Fu where he learns from a dirty old beggar (Classic master from 100's of Kung Fu flicks throughout the 70's) and learns the Snake Fist style as well as the mystical art of blind fighting. After learning from the old man and fighting the local triad mobs that are torturing his Uncle he exacts revenge on his fathers killer. However, Jackie did not finish filming this film and in 1978 a shifty producer used a Jackie Chan look alike to continue the filming. The film even uses scenes from Drunken Master and has Jackie blindfolded at the end in order not to show that a look alike was used. This film does have its moments though and if your a Chan fan like myself, you'll definitely want to pick this one up for your collection!!!
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Format: Amazon Video Verified Purchase
In the product descripton, Mao Ying is listed as the star, she not even in this movie. This is a very early Jackie Chan DVD. It was probably made at the start of his career. In this movie, Chan is continually fighting a gang of bullies to protect his family. Then continually fighting those responsible, after the his father is killed. There are a lot of really silly cartoon characters. I didn't care for it. The entire movie is kind of comical.

Jackie Chan looks about 20 years old in this movie. Those that like Jackie Chan may enjoy seeing his early work, but if looking to see Mao Ying...you'll be pissed. I know I was. Amazon issued a prompt refund.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
this is a great movie. reminicent of drunken master, and eagles shadow. the problem is this disc(i have bought 2 copys) is not good at all. it wont play on my playstation 3, or my dvd players. it does work if i play it on a computer. so i8 warn you if u buy this movie in this dvd edition, it may not work.i have to rate it five stars though cuz its a great movie.
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Format: DVD
Thist is probably the best version of this film (included Japan version from Pioneer - that is the version around it acts here).
The picture is according to my opinion very good and the dub (From the Original Language) is one of the best that I ever heard.
Unfortunately there are altogether 7 errors on the DVD. The chapters move on up once. Chapters - 2,5,8,10,16,18,19
The B-Side of the DVD is an insolence - contains the Chinese Version,with chinese and english subtitles.
It's only an old vhs copy.(No sharpness,stripes)
The Jackie Chan Music Video is very good,only the sound is missing!
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Format: DVD
For starters, I will admit that the widescreen presentation of the English dub of this film is probably the best I've seen of any release of it. However, the film itself is a mediocre patchwork mess, with plenty of footage with a Jackie double. During one fight scene, blink and you'll miss both Mars and Yuen Biao, longtime JC collaborators.

The biggest problem with this release is that the DVD is poorly manufactured. On two different DVD players, I could not get the disc to read properly. The disc would jump to random chapters every ten minutes or so in one DVD player; it wouldn't even read at all in the other one! I would suggest saving your money and, if you really MUST have this movie, buy one of the many other releases of the film. No matter how you slice it, the film isn't very good anyway, letterboxed or not!
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Format: Amazon Video
I enjoy Jackie Chan movies and thought I would take a chance with this one. Picture quality and audio did no detract from the movie but didn't add anything to it either. Perhaps there was something I missed, or I just didn't get it but I found it to be as exciting as cracked knuckles. It wasn't bad, you just have to be in the mood for it...really in the mood for it.
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As a Jackie Chan fan i always enjoy his movies...this one had its comedic moments and good fighting scenes but over all its not my favorite of his films. Not up to the caliber of some of his other ones and see they cut in a later fim towards the end to add to this one...Still its worth the watch if you like jackie.
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Format: DVD
I am a Jackie Chan fan, but this movie is not that great. The acting is bad, the scenes are choppy, and the fight sequences are not anything spectacular. Personally, I found it a hardship to watch the whole movie. The only reason I gave this movie two stars instead of one is the fact that Jackie Chan is in part of the movie.
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