The Legend of Drunken Master
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New York Daily News
A pleasure, chock full of creatively choreographed fight scenes.
It's a film with a silly story, and it's been dubbed laughably into English. Yet it's a transporting bit of fluff, full of zest, miraculous physicality and cheeky humor.
Chan's glorious madness.
Well positioned to slake the thirst of action fans for world-class, slam-bang rough stuff.
The film delivers some of the most spectacular and intricately choreographed martial arts fighting ever seen on film.
New York Post
Chan at his high-kicking best. Some sequences are simply amazing.
He (Lee) combines the daredeviltry of Buster Keaton with the devil-may-care of Errol Flynn.
Los Angeles Times
Has a great deal of the unapologetically broad and silly comedy.
A fleet, enjoyable Jackie Chan romp.
A half-baked classic.
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