Drunken Dragon Strikes Back (1979)

  |  Action, Comedy

After several years, a legendary swordsman returns to save the villagers from a highly trained army of swordsmen and their leader.


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21 October 2016 | ckormos1
| A martial arts comedy with scant fighting and a trace of comedy
This is a martial arts comedy with scant fighting and a trace of comedy.

The worst thing is the voice overs. They are like cartoon characters, do not fit what is on the screen, and simply grating to the ears. They even succeeded in making the translation annoying. Many times the character repeats what he just said, like a skipping recording, and it sounds stupid.

I could only make it through this mess with a finger on the fast forward. Even the most hard core fan would have trouble finding a reason to watch this stinker. I cannot recommend it for anyone.

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Action | Comedy


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January 1979



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