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Drunken Master ( Jui kuen ) (1978) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

1179

Avg. Rating:

2.97/4

# of Ratings:

73

Genres:

Action, Comedy

Rating:

R

Language:

Cantonese

Theater Date:

10/05/1978

Director:

Woo-ping Yuen

Actors:

Jackie Chan
Siu Tien Yuen
Jang Lee Hwang
Ging Man Fung
Shun-Yee Yuen
Hsia Hsu

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

An undisciplined boy must learn Drunken Fist Kung Fu in order to stop an assassin.

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This is one of the first films to showcase Chan's signature humor. The fighting is great and the jokes are funny.

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"Drunken Master" by Yojimbo

The arrogant son of a martial arts master is packed off to study under an ageing beggar who needs booze like Popeye needs spinach. Drunken Master was the film that broke Jackie Chan into the popular consciousness and is the perfect vehicle for his particular brand of energetic kung fu and comedy. The plot firmly takes a back seat for this film, but whereas many of this type are po-faced fight scenes interspersed with clumsy slapstick, this one marries the two brilliantly. The best of the action involves the drunken master himself, a kind of cross between Mr Miyagi and Barney Gumble, and there are lot of laughs in his faux drunken acrobatics. Stephen Chow has obviously carried on very successfully in this tradition and anyone one who enjoys kung fu movies or cheering for the underdog while...

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