Among their disagreements, Liu had a particular style of filming which involved quick tracking shots, slow-motion, and the use of wide-angle lenses to play with perspective, which Chan didn't appreciate, Liu wanted to have more of the realistic Huen-Gar style of fighting, whereas Chan felt the fans wanted more of the drunken style, and Liu wanted to use wires during the fight scenes, to which Chan was categorically opposed. And this is the movie that has the fire stunt responsible for Jackie's skin graft on his arm. This is the ultimate Kung Fu movie with the ultimate Kung Fu star, Jackie Chan. John as Low Houi Kang. Tso as Tseung Chi Kwong. And there has never been better fight choreography. He wasn't happy with the first two.
The single greatest Kung Fu movie ever made. Marlon as Kar Yung Lau. Master Fu Wen-Chi as Lau Kar-Leung. Uncle Hing as Hon Yee Sang. If you are looking for the best martial arts flick ever, this is it. His entire career has culminated in to this one, great opus. And if that is not painful enough to watch, then check out the fight against the Ax Gang, when one member gets knocked of the up-stairs portion of the restaraunt and slams into a cross beam before smashing in to the floor.
The story is about the fabled fighter Huang Fe-Hung who encounters corrupt industrialists that are exporting some of China's greatest historical treasures to increase their profits. Written by Trivia Director and clashed often during filming. . Naturally Fe-Hung takes up the fight against them, and faces the deadly Ax Gang and finally a dangerous Tae Kwon Do stylist in the movies eye popping final fight scene. Fun as Ho Wing Fong. Chiu's Wife Returning home with his father after a shopping expedition, Wong Fei-Hong is unwittingly caught up in the battle between foreigners who wish to export ancient Chinese artifacts and loyalists who don't want the pieces to leave the country. As you might well expect, there are some breath-taking stunts.
In fact, he was a practioner of the much more effective style of Kung Fu called Hung-Gar. Unfortunately, his father is opposed to his engaging in any kind of fighting, let alone drunken boxing. Jackie performs feats of physical agility that will blow your mind, despite being about 40 years old when he made this movie. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. That Tae Kwon Do fighter is actually Jackie's real life body guard.
Needless to say, Jackie proves them wrong. Fo Sang as Chin Ka Lok. And his exploits can be alikened more to the Jesse James of America's old west. Consequently, Fei-Hong not only has to fight against the foreigners, but he must overcome his father's antagonism as well. Liu eventually left the movie, with Chan taking over as director for the final fight scene. Historically speaking, the real Huang Fe-Hung did not use drunken boxing at all. Fe-Hung doles out justice throughout the film with his unique fighting style, drunken boxing, despite ridicule by his opponents, insisting that drunken boxing is inferior.
But Fe-Hung was more commonly found fighting for the underdog and battling tyranny. . . . .
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