THE LEGEND OF DRUNKEN MASTER
JUI KUEN II
1994, Park Circus, 102 min, Hong Kong, Dir: Liu Chia-Liang

In this frenetic mix of martial arts, intrigue and humor, Jackie Chan reprises his role as Wong Fei-hung, a master of “drunken boxing.” When Wong stumbles into a plot to smuggle Chinese artifacts out of the country, he must battle not only hired thugs but also his father’s (Ti Lung) insistence that he refrain from drinking and fighting. As tough as its 1978 predecessor was to top, the jaw-dropping final action sequence does it, earning a place on Time magazine’s “All-TIME 100” list of great films. English dubbed version.


POLICE STORY 3: SUPERCOP
GING CHAAT GOO SI 3: CHIU KUP GING CHAAT
1993, Park Circus, 91 min, Hong Kong, Dir: Stanley Tong

The third installment of the popular Hong Kong franchise pairs supercop “Kevin” Chan Ka-Kui (Jackie Chan) with Interpol inspector Jessica Yang (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON’s Michelle Yeoh) as they work to take down a ruthless drug lord, Khun Chiabat (Kenneth Tsang). Quentin Tarantino called the action set pieces here the “greatest stunts ever filmed in any movie ever,” and by the time the end credits - featuring outtakes from these sequences - roll, you’ll be amazed the performers survived them. English dubbed version.


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