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Plot: Jackie Chan plays the part of the class clown in a shaolin temple whose deadliest secret is stolen. All is lost until Jackie’s character discovers dancing blue ghosts with bright red hair who haunt the library.
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Highly entertaining kung fu flick
This movie (which really should have “Spiritual Kung Fu” listed as an alternate title) may be mostly for those who specifically like kung fu movies, but if you’re one of those then this is a classic. While it forebodes the comedic action of later Chan movies, it is actually much more serious, and Jackie’s part may be the biggest part, but it is almost matched by several other characters, so the emphasis doesn’t lie so squarely on the lead character as it usually does in Chan’s movies.
If you’re a kung fu movie fan, don’t listen to the negative comments posted here. This is one cool movie with lots of cool weirdness, and definitely some very cool fights. At one point, Jackie, who’s still considered a novice, has to fight the 18 top students, and he licks every one of them in a long and impressive fight scene. This movie is definitely worth your while.
My rating: 8 out of 10.
Not Bad Kung Fu Film, That Has Plenty Of Good Fight Scenes, And An Amazing Performance From Jackie Chan, However Wei Lo’s Direction Is Terrible!
This is a not bad Kung Fu film, that has plenty of good fight scenes, and an amazing performance from Jackie Chan, however Wei Lo’s direction is terrible!. All the characters are decent, and while the story is bizarre, is not too bad either, plus Jackie Chan is simply amazing in this!. I bought this for under 2$ at the video store i rent, and i was surprised that it was a pretty decent watch, and the twist at the end somewhat shocked me, however that dubbing is god awful!. Wei Lo injects this bizarre humor that were supposed to laugh at, but i just didn’t find any of it funny, However Jackie has the talent, to make any film watchable, and this movie is no different!, plus the 2 end fights are fantastic!. It’s incredible low budget and Wei Lo’s terrible direction hamper it quite a bit but Jackie manages to make this a watchable time, and i certainly have no regrets picking this up for under 2$!, plus the setting is cool. I wish Wei Lo didn’t put those 5 fist weird looking ghosts in at the end to help Jackie though. This is a not bad Kung film, that has plenty of good fight scenes and an amazing performance from Jackie Chan however Wei Lo’s direction is terrible!, worth the watch if you can find it. The Direction is terrible!. Wei Lo does a terrible job here, with shoddy camera work, bad angles, however at least he kept the film at a fast enough pace!. The Acting is OK for this sort of film. Jackie Chan is amazing as always, and is amazing here, he is very funny, extremely likable, had this great cocky character, carried this film completely, is incredible in his fight scenes as usual, and just did an amazing job overall! (Jackie Rules!!!!). James Tien and Ching Wong do good as the father and son, and are both terrific martial artists. Biao Yuen is good in his small role. Rest of the cast do fine. Overall worth the watch. **1/2 out of 5
Original Language cn
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (UK), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (Finland)
Genre Action, Comedy, Fantasy
Director Wei Lo
Writer Lei Pan
Actors Jackie Chan, Chih-Ping Chiang, Hsiu-yi Fang
Country Hong Kong, Taiwan
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm