It is rare that you can watch a comedy and find an original plot with a relatively unknown cast, who perform brilliantly, and that's what makes this karate comedy work so well. The film opens with wonderful cinematography, combined with innocent music to set a fairytale atmosphere, which plays against the sad story of a young karate boy who contracts an illness which makes beautiful women want to kill him, and he is consequently banished from his family. Colin Miller, who plays the main character of Vatchel Cho, is excellent in his roll of an adult who has never really lost his 'childhood innocence' and consequently his interraction with all the Babes (and they're good-looking babes too) becomes funnier the more he encounters these pretty women. The whole cast play their rolls brilliantly and the end product is a movie that will make you laugh even for days afterwards, as you think back on it. The fight scenes are also well done with a magnificent music score throughout. There are a lot of funny lines and scenes particularly coming from the blind, mean, old father who makes me laugh every time I think of him. I'm looking forward to seeing this movie again, and also seeing more from the cast and director in the future.