Cousins Thomas and David, owners of a mobile restaurant, team up with their friend Moby, a bumbling private detective, to save the beautiful Sylvia, a pickpocket.
|Release Date||:||August 17, 1984|
|Genres||:||Romance, Action, Comedy, Crime|
|Production Company||:||Golden Harvest Company, Lauren Films|
|Production Countries||:||Hong Kong, Spain|
|Writers||:||Johnny Lee Kwing-Kai, Edward Tang Ging-Sang|
|Casts||:||Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, Lola Forner, Benny Urquidez, Keith Vitali, Paul Chang Chung, Richard Ng, John Shum Kin-Fun, Wu Ma, Herb Edelman, Stanley Fung, José Sancho, Susana Sentís, Miguel Palenzuela, Miguel Palenzuela, Josep Lluís Fonoll, Amparo Moreno, Carles Canut, Germán Monzó, Alejo del Peral, Montserrat Julió|
|Plot Keywords||:||brother brother relationship, detective, pickpocket, chase, chinese, drinking, skateboard|
This movie contains the apparent 'best jackie chan fight' ever, which is why I bought it, I guess I expected too much. The last fight really is excellent, but didn't top Drunken Master, or 'Gorgeous' for my standards.
What really stunned me about the last scene was the excellent choreography, and Benny "The Jet"'s great skill. The actually thought this may be Jackie's best "Movie" even if the fight scene at the end was his 3rd best IMO. Sammo Hung is really quite a character, good acting skills and a unique look, not to mention he is a skilled Martial Artist. The plot, as simple as it is, leaves you quite entertained through-out the movie, and Lola Forner is great too. I only wish my DVD has better English subtitles!