History YMMV / DrunkenMaster

28th Jun '17 2:31:41 AM LittleBuster
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** The impressive fighting style of the villain from the second movie becomes this up to WatchItForTheMeme for some new viewers.
28th Jun '17 2:18:34 AM LittleBuster
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* CounterpartComparison: Although Film/YoungMaster is not fixed in any fighting style and is shot more seriously, you will find a lot of intersections between him and this film because of Jackie Chan and the settings of "BrillandButLazy the protagonist becomes a strong fighter and defeats the incredibly cool and apparently unbeatable LargeHam villain" .

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* CounterpartComparison: Although Film/YoungMaster is not fixed in any fighting style and is shot more seriously, you will find a lot of intersections between him and this film because of Jackie Chan and the settings of "BrillandButLazy the "BrilliantButLazy protagonist becomes a strong fighter and defeats the incredibly cool and apparently unbeatable LargeHam villain" .



* NarmCharm: The first film is due to an overabundance of cliches, an incredible LargheHam villain and a bit of strange humor. The second film averted it, since it was created already during the "serious" period in Hong Kong cinema.

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* NarmCharm: The first film is due to an overabundance of cliches, an incredible LargheHam LargeHam villain and a bit of strange humor. The second film averted it, since it was created already during the "serious" period in Hong Kong cinema.
28th Jun '17 2:16:13 AM LittleBuster
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* CounterpartComparison: Although Film/YoungMaster is not fixed in any fighting style and is shot more seriously, you will find a lot of intersections between him and this film because of Jackie Chan and the settings of "BrillandButLazy the protagonist becomes a strong fighter and defeats the incredibly cool and apparently unbeatable LargeHam villain" .


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* NarmCharm: The first film is due to an overabundance of cliches, an incredible LargheHam villain and a bit of strange humor. The second film averted it, since it was created already during the "serious" period in Hong Kong cinema.
28th Jun '17 2:05:43 AM LittleBuster
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* ClicheStorm: The first film is full of this, but this only adds to it the charms
* CultClassic: Especially the first film as StarMakingRole for Jackie Chan and an exemplary Hong Kong action movie.
* EvilIsCool: The main villains of both films are quite cool, stylish and showy fighters.


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* MemeticMutation:
** Thanks to this film, DrunkenBoxing became a widely known meme of Chinese culture and a symbol of "strange Asian martial styles" in the west.
** 30% of hands, 70% of legs!
* TropeCodifier: For the DrunkenMaster and Hong Kong MartialArtsMovie, whose tropes film lovingly reproduces and creates the perfect product.
1st Jan '14 7:53:56 PM MysteriousF
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* EvenBetterSequel: The second one.
21st Jul '13 11:40:09 AM madius
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* ValuesDissonance: At the end of the movie, [[spoiler: Wong is shown blinded from consuming industrial alcohol during the film's climactic fight scene]]. This scene, while played for laughs in the Cantonese cut, was removed for the American version as it was not considered funny over there.
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