Legend Of Drunken Master

Theatrical Release: October 20, 2000
Legend Of Drunken Master
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Synopsis

Wong Fei-hong (Jackie Chan) stars as the young master of the “drunken” fighting style in this “Eastern” comedy. When his luggage gets mixed up during a train trip, Chan finds himself at odds with evil foreigners trying to steal sacred imperial treasures.

Dove Review

Due to the amount of violence, the casual use of alcohol, and some suggestive sexual dialogue, I cannot recommed this action comedy for family viewing.

Content Description

Language: a couple of “Oh my Gods” but I didn’t catch any harsh misuse of God’s name; S-word 4 times; expletives, many – Sex: a couple of suggestive crude sexual remarks; a nude man is left hanging from a tree, but we do not see his private parts – Drinking: the lead drinks much and often is seen intoxicated – Violence: well-choreographed martial arts battles throughout; a shooting; a man gets a hatchet in the back; some blood.

Info

Company: Dimension Films
Director: Lau Ka Leung
Genre: Action
Runtime: 102 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright