Reviewed by: Wu'xiaBadger
Summary: The title says it all
He is definitly a little mad guy. Some dumb jokes are intersperced with a few clever ones. Things are pretty standerd until Fatty learns Snake style, then things pick up.
Reviewer Score: 4
The scenes of his training are cool, and the fights after this point improve remarkably. I remember his master beating some ass with his pipe at one point. It's been a good many years since I watched this, but I remember thinking it ok at the time.
4/10 (Unless your inebriated-raise the tally one point for every drink/substance consumed during viewing)
Reviewed by: STSH
Summary: Half and half
The first half hour of this flick consist of lots of lame low comedy, disguises and even cross-dressing, with just a few moderate fights. Thing warm up rapidly after 50 minutes, are there are some slam-bang fights after this.
Reviewer Score: 5
Like many films around this time, this is yet another close take of Drunken Master (they even brought in Simon Yuen for a cameo), but Ng Ming Choi ain't Jackie Chan ! I don't find this guy very likeable, but damn he's a great acrobat. Tiger Yang, in his intro, does fairly well as the villain. So so.