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One of Jackie Chan's best Martial Arts films to date. Jackie's comedic talents shine through in this little gem. Imaginative fight scenes coupled with tongue and cheek humor make "Drunken Master" a sure bet for solid entertainment.
|10/10||harley17gordon@ - 171 reviews|
12.5.2010 - age: 50+
It's a funny Jacky Chang movie. I really enjoyed it even if the end could be much better. Anyway, if you like comedy and and martial art, it is a movie for you.
|8/10||sammy@ - 209 reviews|
1.8.2006 - age: 18-25
The best kung fu movie ever!!! It had laughs and incredible fight scenes that only Mr. Chan can dream up, action packed!!!
|10/10||bad_animation_man2003@ - 14 reviews|
9.2.2004 - age: 26-35
This movie was funny and action packed it was awesome.
|10/10||swiss_9@ - 9 reviews|
26.8.2003 - age: 1-12
Good action!!! Ligth comedy!!! It's a great movie. You should watch (especialy if you are a British) Just kidding. Another good Jackie movie.
|7/10||sbu_sale@ - 26 reviews|
8.4.2003 - age: 18-25
It is the best Jackie Chan movie that I ever seen, he sould continue with comedies, he's good in it!!! MUST SEE!!! For once, I didn't regret paying the money to see a movie. This is good Jackie Chan made in Hong-Kong, not the lame Jackie Chan produced in Hollywood. There is no way you'll hate this movie. I'm wanting for his next comedy!!!
|8/10||queenwood@ - first review|
8.6.2001 - age: 13-17
The definitive Jackie Chan kung-fu movie. Ain't he just a charmer? !? When you consider that he is now in his forties, and yet can still perform such spectacular stunts, that alone is reason to catch this film. We're half-Chinese, so we appreciate the cultural humour, and the generational conflicts, moral quandaries, good-versus-evil themes. If you're looking for some fast-action entertainment, this is your ticket to an evening of fun. So good, you'll want to go back an hour later and watch it again!... We did!
|9/10||rosemary@ - 22 reviews|
26.2.2001 - age: 36-49
Unless you are dying to see some cool martial arts I wouldn't recommend it. The drinking thing was just stupid, and the whole movie looked very B-grade.
|5/10||mark@ - 7 reviews|
13.2.2001 - age: 13-17
AMAZING! I love this guy. In every new movie he is comming up with something never seen before. And he is not promoting bad values. I would rather say that he is teaching us some common sense. He is drinking and fighting like other actors are jumping off an airplane and come down in one piece. It is the greatest Kung Fu comedy I had seen to date. I can't wait to see Jackie's next movie.
|10/10||dicclayton@ - 2 reviews|
18.1.2001 - age: 36-49
Jackie is at his best in this one.
|9/10||amnor.22@ - 306 reviews|
18.1.2001 - age: 26-35
It is a typical Jackie Chan movie. Lots of fighting, with the "daring" stunts. Its worth watching.
|7/10||bakerr@ - 8 reviews|
8.1.2001 - age: 18-25
This is a fun movie, Jackie Chan's best work in years.
|8/10||smallcourtney@ - 73 reviews|
7.1.2001 - age: 18-25
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SUH-WEEEET! The fight scenes are jawdroppingly excellent. The story and the acting is ridiculous as usual, and his bizarre drinking thing is just plain silly, but the fight scenes defy all laws of physics. In his later movies, you have to wait and wait and wait until he fights, but in this one, he fights almost the way through, and even the funny stuff in between is pretty entertaining. The last 15 minutes is the most amazing (and kinda disturbing) fight scene you will ever, EVER see.
|10/10||frohmann@ - 13 reviews|
6.1.2001 - age: 26-35
One of the best movies for Jackie Chan... if people didn't get it, well... sorry but you have to understand Chinese humour. I think this was better than some stupid movies he has mad under Hollywood. In the Chinese movies he's funnier and definatly more action. There are other Chinese movies for him that are as funny. Drunken Master I. Also check out Half a Loaf of Kung -Fu.
|9/10||blaze_103@ - 3 reviews|
7.12.2000 - age: 18-25
This film was a joke, I did not like it.
|1/10||bman@ - 510 reviews|
5.12.2000 - age: 13-17
He promotes bad value for young people and is bad actor.
|1/10||ravin@ - 2 reviews|
5.12.2000 - age: 13-17
A very very BAD movie.
|1/10||fleathecat@ - 3 reviews|
5.12.2000 - age: 26-35
This movie is hilarious! There were probably 10 minutes in the middle of the movie when my mouth wasn't wide open in a smile. The moves by everyone in it were amazing, especially the drunken boxing. Not a bad story for a Jackie Chan movie either. It's amazing that some people didn't like the overdubbing. It turned out hilarious! The jokes came off great! It is by far the best Chan movie I've seen. Absolutely a must see.
|9/10||tochaser@ - 9 reviews|
30.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Unreal Martial Arts. Jackie Chan as well as the other martial arts fighters have moves which leave you amazed and stunned. I can't even snap my fingers as fast as he can kick.
|9/10||b_goshtas@ - 575 reviews|
24.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Very, very funny overall, AND beautiful martial arts choreography. The physical slapstick is excellent, and even the script and jokes are very well written, and even seem like they come out of North American popular culture. A little bid predictable and stereotyped, but that's only a very minor flaw in this entertaining film of great value.
|9/10||rabbit_hutch@ - 163 reviews|
20.11.2000 - age: 26-35
You don't go to this movie for the story. And you will see ridiculous things like one Jacky Chan fights all and survives... but its still GREAT to see his Kung Fu and appreciate his own stunts. Go see this movie for some real actions!! I mean, REAL FIGHTING, not gun shooting!
|9/10||f_so@ - 3 reviews|
16.11.2000 - age: 26-35
|10/10||uqam@ - 17 reviews|
13.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Great Jackie Chan movie from a few years ago in Hong Kong. Typical good vs. Evil plot but more blood than usual for a J. C. Movie. Well worth seeing on the big screen.
|7/10||sjp1@ - 2 reviews|
13.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Best movie out!!! I've been to see all the movies currently playing, and this one tops the list. Jackie Chan really demonstrates the best of his fighting moves in this film. His drunken boxing is funny and skillfully allocated into his character. I'm going to see this movie again!
|10/10||phygeo@ - 3 reviews|
11.11.2000 - age: 26-35
Best Jackie Chan movie I have ever seen, great fighting skills from all the actors including Jackie Chan's real life bodyguard(THE BAD GUY), so go see it... !
|10/10||matkixass@ - 17 reviews|
11.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Jackie at his best!!! Best moves ever seen on a screen. SA.
|10/10||sabihann@ - 163 reviews|
10.11.2000 - age: 26-35
A pure Jackie Chan classic. If you are new to him or have never experienced Jakie Chan, this would be the best example of his abilities as a martial artist. His drunken boxing form is near flawless. If you think it a the best martial art film since Matrix, your wrong. It was a classic before, and will still be when Matrix is but a memory. A superbly written, directed and acted story, and all done without the aid of special effects. You won't see many actors out there who are willing to roll themselves through fire, that isn't added in after. An enjoyable film for those just getting into the martial arts genre, as well as those who are already full swing. You can rarely go wrong with Jackie Chan.
|10/10||dr.doug@ - 306 reviews|
10.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Typical Jackie Chan. Humourous (not as funny as City Hunter though, in my medical opinion), wicked fight sequences. A good Jackie Chan movie, not one of those forgettable crapy ones that people shouldn't see because they make people think that all Jackie Chan movies are bad. A little golden dragen floating in a river of bile. So zu sagen.
|9/10||kwu@ - 2 reviews|
9.11.2000 - age: 18-25
Concept of thug drinking and fighting? What more could you want...
|10/10||laoivlife@ - 4 reviews|
6.11.2000 - age: 18-25
He was drunk!!! It made me want to go out and booze it up, and beat people silly. So I did, and enjoyed it.
|10/10||thealman@ - 3 reviews|
5.11.2000 - age: 26-35
Jackie Chan was amazing! (as usual) Performing those moves he does so well-- and some while moving his body in a off-balanced fashion so that it appeared that he was in a drunken stupor -- absolutely incredible. The fight scenes were never dull. I would have to say that this is my favorite Jackie Chan movie to date!
|9/10||wedge@ - 163 reviews|
3.11.2000 - age: 26-35
I thought this movie was FANTASTIC! If you like martial art movies with great fighting scenes, this movie really delivers. The people who have given this movie a bad rating obviously do not like good fighting scenes. They`d probably prefer a philosophical movie that dwelt on the meaning of life. Personally, I went to this movie expecting to laugh and to be dazzled by the talent, srength, and speed of Jackie Chan and he delivered. A must see for martial art buffs!
|10/10||tziva74@ - 3 reviews|
1.11.2000 - age: 26-35
The best Jackie Chan, and The best martial arts movie I've ever seen! I will buy this movie as soon as it comes out on DVD!!! Go see where The Matrix took their inspiration for the Kung Fu scenes.
|9/10||redbirdx3@ - 15 reviews|
31.10.2000 - age: 26-35
A great movie. Still if they only subtitled it instead of dubbing it. The translation was bad, the movie was excellent
|9/10||movie@ - 510 reviews|
30.10.2000 - age: 26-35
This is a good movie... funnier and more entertaining than most of Jackie Chan's other movies (with the exception of Rush Hour which I also liked). Even though this movie is dubbed to English from Chinese, you hardly notice it (I. E. The dubbing is well done in accordance to the lip movements of the actors and actresses). If you're a Jackie Chan fan, you have to watch this movie. If you think Jackie Chan movies are okay, you will also like this movie. Lots of Kung-Fu action and funny scenes make me give this a 10.
|10/10||computer_expert@ - 39 reviews|
Excellent movie! Jackie Chan has outdone himself in this film (even though it is a remake of an earlier film). The fight scenes are fantastically choreographed and the stunts are incredible. It reminded me of the old KungFu movies of the late '70s shown on Sunday afternoons where the emphasis wasn't so much on the story as it was in the quality of the fighting.
|10/10||jumpin_juhosefat@ - 163 reviews|
29.10.2000 - age: 26-35
I liked but it give impression thats ok waths is false we can damage our liver and become alchoholic its realy bad. He promotes bad value for young people.
|6/10||kn1819@ - 3 reviews|
29.10.2000 - age: 26-35
This Movie is Great. You better watch this movie and you will love Jacky Chan.
|10/10||edward@ - 9 reviews|
28.10.2000 - age: 26-35
This movie is actually a sequel to the original cult favorite. Unique because it introduced a fighting style which was based on unpredictability because u were supposedly drunk which also added a humour factor. Unlike all the previous kung fu movies which had particular styles vs another. The action translates well, but of course like all foreign movies, some things gets lost in the translation, especially comedic scenes and dialogue! But the action more than makes up for it.
|10/10||gleamx@ - 2 reviews|
27.10.2000 - age: 26-35
Well, I am a big fan of Jackie Chan, and kung-fu movies in general, and as such, I believe I am qualified to say that this movie is the absolute pinnacle of Hong Kong kung-fu moviedom. I first saw this movie a few years ago, though with subtitles, and drew the same conclusion. Though this version does lose a little something in the translation, when you get down to it, Jackie's moves are universal. This film could convert a jesuit. I've never seen anyone use a pair of benches that way!
|10/10||olodrin@ - 2 reviews|
27.10.2000 - age: 18-25
One of the top martial arts movies I've ever seen!!! Fast action accompanied by humour here and there!!! I can't emphasize enough on the speed in this movie!!! Punches and kicks go crazy fast!!! The final battle is awesome!!! Easily hangs in there with the top!!! Jackie Chan at his best!!! Real skills and talents here!!!
|10/10||that_good_ol_friend@ - 13 reviews|
27.10.2000 - age: 18-25
Getting into the whole Kung Fu, action/fighting kind of movie? This is a must for anyone who loves Jackie Chan and has not seen many of his earlier works. Yes, this is a re-release of one of his old movies, but it's still one of the most incredible combat flicks you'll ever see!
|10/10||aengells@ - 575 reviews|
26.10.2000 - age: 18-25
A masterpiece in its own. A must see for any Kung FU fan. Those who want cheasy love story or deep story line should go elsewhere cause Jackie doesn't have time for that. He's too busy to perform.
|10/10||happiness@ - 2 reviews|
25.10.2000 - age: 26-35
Jakie Chan movie? Must see movie.
|10/10||karinelin_lam@ - 510 reviews|
24.10.2000 - age: 18-25