Drunken Master

Drunken Master

Jackie Chan stars as Wong Fei-Hung, whose mischievous antics land him in hot water. Having tolerated enough of his son's mishaps, Fei-Hung's dad enlists his sadistic uncle, who specializes in drunken-style kung fu, to teach the lad some discipline. This Hong Kong martial-arts comedy helped establish the slapstick fighting style that would become Chan's trademark.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:111 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:battle,   fight,   slapstick,  

Another film of Jackie Chan is directed by Woo-Ping Yuen follows a naughty boy named Wong Fei-hong. His father sends him to his uncle - a master of the 8-Drunken Genii kung-fu. When the son comes back after kung-fu class, he prevents an assassin to save his father's life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alexa C (ru) wrote: Everybody see this movie and give it positive reviews!

Laura M (ru) wrote: Instead of attempting to make me a fan of his it made me roll my eyes even more than before.

Paul D (us) wrote: What. The. Fuck. Lynch kept up a cohesive storyline that was cool and engaging for about an hour, then it derails for the following two. And three hours, really? Streamline that shit, I don't have all day for this absurdity. Still waiting for Lynch to top Blue Velvet, but that probably isn't going to happen.

Nicols R (de) wrote: A pretty impressivley directed movie. The editing and lighting are also well implemented. The characters are all fleshed out and motivations are understood. In relation to the plot itself I didn't find it as enthralling and engaging as other types of movies of this genre such as prisoners but the characters keep it moving forward. The pacing is good but drags a bit at times but not much. The story doesn't rush anything which can be a good thing or a bad thing but generally works here. I love the use of the colour white to represent Casey and black when something else is going on. This is a really great crafted movie amd succeds for what it is but it isn't than engaging or enthralling.

Althea M (jp) wrote: Ugh. This movie is gross. There are maybe one or two funny points in the entire movie, and the rest is just gross.

Liam M (gb) wrote: Almodovar cleverly constructs an engaging storyline dealing with heavy topics.

Mark B (fr) wrote: movies always come out in two's volcano/dante's peak...drop zone /terminal velocity .. etc etc this was pretty much associated with the movie fortress .. i love both films and own them both as well but i lean towards no escape .. mostly due to liotta's anti-hero fallen soldier and stuart wilson as the villian .. which reminds me alot of mel gibson

Blake P (de) wrote: "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" is a love story only Pedro Almodvar could tell. Dark and unsettling, yet warmly comedic, it is the sort of black comedy he specializes in. I can think of few other directors as capable of turning a sinister premise into something fuzzy and bright, but that's Almodvar for you, taking the hard way out when he could have gone for the easy. Why is "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" so humorously macabre, you ask? "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" is humorously macabre because it details a love story between a kidnapper and his victim, a love story not necessarily a result of Stockholm Syndrome but rather a case of eccentric mutual emotional understanding. The kidnapper, played by a young Antonio Banderas with dedicated liveliness, has just been released from a mental hospital after a long stretch of good behavior - though never delved upon, we decide that he suffers from the same disease that obsessive stalkers do, completely oblivious that the object of their affection isn't interested whatsoever. The victim (a luscious Victoria Abril) is a movie actress trying to overcome her pornographic past. She is connected to her captor because she unwisely had a one-night-stand with him many moons ago; she's over it, but he relives the experience day in and day out. The man is intent on kidnapping her as he is under the impression that, if in captivity, she will learn to love him in the same way he loves her. No way, we tell ourselves. But Almodvar has other plans. While "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" is easy to like with its "His Girl Friday" shaded dialogue and colorful performances (I especially got a kick out of Loles Len, who plays Abril's talkative sister with feral energy), we're never quite sure what to think of it, as its story is far from plausible and we can never tell if Almodvar whole-heartedly believes its far-fetched romance himself. Perhaps it would have been better as a black comedy where the main characters don't fall in love, concluding as a tabloid fantasy nice to lap up and not at all manipulative. But "Tie Me Up! Tie me Down!" doesn't quite manage to convince us of its postulation, which is a disappointment considering how good a film it is most of the time. Everything, from the cinematography to the sets, bear the famed bawdy Technicolor Almodvar has used repetitively in his films - like the rest, the look alone is enough to draw us into his warped world of cinema. The screenplay is blessed with a remarkable number of piping hot one-liners, and Banderas and Abril, despite being parties to a story that doesn't suit the movie, have crackling chemistry. I wish I could love "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!," not merely appreciate it like a streetwalker who can't find the deeper meaning in an art piece. But welcoming black comedy that secretly wants to be light is a hard thing to do - in this particular instance, a short visit is enough.

Nick M (kr) wrote: Sidney Lumet is the master of corrupt cop melodramas. 'Prince of the City' is possibly the most epic of his cop dramas. At nearly three hours, the film depicts many years of corruption and some tense undercover suspense. Treat Williams gives the best performance of his carrer here.

Tommy C (jp) wrote: Haven't Seen it butt looks cool

Brad S (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this one more than I expected too. beautiful B&W cinematography by Gordon Willis and it's pretty funny. Woody Allen was less annoying than usual and rather endearing in this one and Mia Farrow is gorgeous in it. A decent way to kill 90mins!

Logan M (mx) wrote: It's not the best Pixar film, but it sure isn't the worst. It's friendly, heartwarming, and all out fun, not to mention the actual races that come along with talking racecars. I always thought as a kid that cars made particular faces (the shape of the grill, the headlights, etc.) and I really have no doubt that this is what inspired the film, and it delivers a fun time.

Michael O (ru) wrote: Absorbing zombie flick that nearly deserves its cult status.

Jason S (es) wrote: This is one of my favorite films from my childhood. The effects still hold up as do the great characters and story.

Anne H (gb) wrote: Black & White. Bruce Dern is brilliant ! So is the cast.

Consuelo Q (au) wrote: This was very much a Lifetime movie. A girl ran away from her bullies, then stood up for herself in the end, with the support of some new friends. Feel good movie.

joey b (de) wrote: Classic jail house boxing match ving plays the role very good