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The Legend of Drunken Master [Blu-ray] [Import]


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  • Actors: Jackie Chan, Ho-Sung Pak, Lung Ti, Anita Mui, Felix Wong
  • Directors: Chia-Liang Liu
  • Writers: Edward Tang, Gai Chi Yuen, Man-Ming Tong, Rod Dean
  • Producers: Barbie Tung, Edward Tang, Eric Tsang
  • Format: Color, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Miramax Films
  • Release Date: Sept. 15 2009
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002DYKP9M

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 6 2001
Format: DVD
I won't say anything about the movie itself ... just advise people to stay away from this Disney-released DVD (unfortunately they acquired worldwide rights for distribution). Dubbing is extremely poor to the point of being an offense to the buyer. Needless to say, the original (cantonese) audio is not included. The movie's original score has been replaced by a completely new one as well. The hilarious last scene of the movie has been cut completely. Other than that, the transfer is nice (better than other DVD releases) and yes, this DVD is uncropped & anamorphic.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By phimseto on April 6 2001
Format: DVD
Drunken Master 2 is one of the greatest martial arts films ever, especially given that most of its amazing highlights were done without any special effects, only the determination and skill of Jackie Chan and crew. The Legend of the Drunken Master dvd release represents an edited (slight but for any film purist significant enough) version of the film and most of all features NO original dialogue track, only the typically awful English dub. Hold out, and hopefully someday someone will have enough respect for both the film and target audience to put out a DVD worthy of this movie. For now, avoid Legend of the Drunken Master and find/make a friend who owns a subtitled vhs or laserdisc copy of Drunken Master 2.
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By MMAfan on May 10 2004
Format: DVD
I bought this movie not knowing what it would be like. I read other reviews saying it was the best Jackie Chan film. I was hoping that you were right. After the first 30 minutes I thought it was good because of the sword fight in the beginning which was awesome. Then about 30 minutes later I got a little disapointed because the fighting wasn't the greatest at that point. Right after an hour of the movie it gets great. Best action ever occurs here. He fights like a hundred men. Kind of what the Lord of the Rings:The Two Towers was like. All the enemies had axes and they were coming through windows and every opening. It was awesome. Jackie and his other friend starting fighting. I'm not going to tell you any more about that.
Then at the 15 scene which is 15 minutes long he fights throughout the whole thing. When he's fighting the one boss guy its unbelievable. The enemy is swinging his foot and its making a whistle sound because he's swinging his foot so fast.
Basically whenever Jackie Chan drinks in the movie he gets very hyper and stuff and starts fighting better then anyone else. This is a great action movie overall.
I give it a 9/10. Loses a point for the dubbing because the talking ain't that great dubbed.
I recommend also:
-Jackie Chan's First Strike
-Rumble in the Bronx
-Mr.Nice Guy
-Gorgeous
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Format: DVD
Hailed by many as the greatest Kung-Fu film ever to grace the jade screen, this sequal makes its mark twice in Asian cinema history. First, The Legend of Drunken Master (Drunken Master II) is the sequal to the most important Kung-Fu comedy of all time, the original Drunken Master. Secondly, this film sees Jackie Chan returning to the Period Kung-Fu movie, a genre that he has kind of "ignored" for a little bit more than a decade. Clearly, this film has found its place in history.
Now I'm sure many of you already know the premise by now, so I won't bother describing it for all of you (if you haven't seen this movie by now, shame on you!) The original title of this movie is Drunken Master II and was made in 1994. Disney then picked up the North American distribution rights (Disney...why Disney?!?) and re-released it here as The Legend of Drunken Master, complete with English dubbing and a new soundtrack, although the usual hack job surprisingly hasn't been done here. Jackie returns to his role as a trouble-making version of Wong Fei-Hung, a role that he excels at with his very expressive face. All of the actors are very good, especially Anita Mui and Ti Lung, who both play the role of Jackie's parents. The story is simple and easy to follow, and all of the fantastic fight scenes are all placed logically within the story itself. The action is second to none here, with Jackie and others using various styles of Kung-Fu. But the real selling point here is the incredible final battle between Jackie and his real-life bodyguard Kenneth Lo. This fight took three months to make, and the result is truly breathtaking.
The DVD is quite good, I suppose, for a Disney-released Martial Arts film. The picture quality is really good compared to some of the overseas releases of the original movie.
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By Golden Lion on March 14 2003
Format: DVD
The fighting choregraphy of "Drunken Master" protrays strong power, creative props, a vast array of talent, and skill to be rated, as excellent. The movie's Martial art fight scenes were great and the story line even better. Chan plays the mischievous youth, Wong Fei Hung who is a master of Drunken Style. Confusion between two packages leaves Chan with the imperial seal and the British Lords who have stole the seal with Ginseng. A single imperal guard has been following the seal which leads to an incredible spear and sword scene underneath the stationary train. The imperal guard will take the package which Chan swing leaving him with Ginseng instead of the Imperial Seal. The movie colors, terrain scenery, energy of the masses, colors of the train and country side are amazing.
One of the bosses men recognizes Hung and a fight occurs. It is during this fight Hung drinks wine to increase his strength and demostrates his orthodox fight style effectively defeating the group. Its impressive how effortlessly Hung tosses around the men. The fight choregraphy is good, but it gets better as the movie continues. Eventually the bosses will discover Chan leading to a confrontation, capturing, and beating both Hung and his loyal friend. Hung challenges British sovereign Lords, who want their stolen emperorial seal back, for which Hung has gained possession. Hung's father will negoitate their release. This will lead to tensions between the father ending in Hung banishment from the family. Hung redeems himself and eventually comes back into good terms with his father.
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