Drunken Master II

(Chinese Movie)
Drunken Master II (DVD) Chinese Movie

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  • Video
  • NTSC / Color - Widescreen
  • Audio
  • English , French
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All

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  • Title : Drunken Master II
  • Running time: Appx. 99 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 1994
  • Listing date : 01 Aug 2003
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Chia Liang Liu And Jackie Chan
  • Cast by
  • Jackie Chan , Lung Ti , Anita Mui , Felix Wong , Chia-Liang Liu , Ken Lo , Kar Lok Chin , Kar-Ying Law
  • Synopsis
  • Wong Fei-Hung knows the rule: no drunken boxing without his father’s permission. Rules, however, are sometimes made to be broken. So is anything else that crosses Fei-Hung’s path.

    Jackie Chan plays Fei-Hung in the wildly inventive and hilarious comedy / adventure hailed as one of his all-time best. Determined to stop the smugglers of priceless national artifacts, Fei-Hung confronts his foes with drunken boxing, a loose-limbed fighting style in which he staggers, leans, weaves and clowns like a sailor on shore leave. The style’s name belies the intricate nature of its choreography. The show-topping final smackdown alone – whose bravura touches include Fei-Hung turning himself into a human blowtorch – took four sober-minded months to shoot. It’s 200-proof excitement!

  • Synopsis
  • Wong Fei-Hung knows the rule: no drunken boxing without his father’s permission. Rules, however, are sometimes made to be broken. So is anything else that crosses Fei-Hung’s path.

    Jackie Chan plays Fei-Hung in the wildly inventive and hilarious comedy / adventure hailed as one of his all-time best. Determined to stop the smugglers of priceless national artifacts, Fei-Hung confronts his foes with drunken boxing, a loose-limbed fighting style in which he staggers, leans, weaves and clowns like a sailor on shore leave. The style’s name belies the intricate nature of its choreography. The show-topping final smackdown alone – whose bravura touches include Fei-Hung turning himself into a human blowtorch – took four sober-minded months to shoot. It’s 200-proof excitement!