PG-13 | | Action, Comedy
To create the effect of bad dubbing, writer Steve Oedekerk wrote a script of nonsensical dialogue for the actors to say. The real dialogue was dubbed during post-production. For example, when Chosen One says, "But, isn't Betty a woman's name?" If you read his lips, he says, "But, isn't Yahtzee a family game?"
I see the way you look at him. I'm a man, too, you know? I go pee pee standing up.
During the final fight when the song "Black Betty" is first played and the Chosen One starts dancing, there's a shot of Master Pain being played by Leo Lee, the actor who plays Young Master Pain instead of Fei Lung, the primary Master Pain actor.
Mu Shu Fasa (The computer-generated lion) is credited as himself.
The DVD includes an additional audio track with all of the overdubbed dialogue spoken in a serious tone by a Shakespearean actor. Also included on the DVD are several sequences with alternate lines of dialogue than heard in the main film.
$7,017,474 27 January 2002