黃飛鴻對黃飛鴻
Master Wong Vs Master Wong (1993)


Reviewed by: Sydneyguy
Date: 01/24/2003
Summary: Umm........BAD!!

If this is the movie i think it is, avoid at all cost!! Very UNFUNNY and a total waste of my time, which i can never get back!!

2/10

Reviewer Score: 2

Reviewed by: ButterflyMurders
Date: 06/08/2002
Summary: Master Wrong VS Master Wrong

On paper, this film looked somewhat interesting. Well, it could have been, I suppose. Firstly, 'Once Upon A China' was done so seriously, there should have been bountiful material to make fun of. Secondly, Carol Cheung, Teresa Mo, and to a lesser extent Ng Man-Tat, are great comic actors. If only it wasn't SO LAME!

Basically this is a poor attempt at mo-lei-tau styled comedy. Most of the skits were simply not funny, and overdone. Everyone acted way too exaggerated. And Eric Tsang-my God, would I do anything to be able to swat him like an annoying fly in this film. Anything at all. 2/10

Reviewer Score: 2

Reviewed by: pjshimmer
Date: 06/26/2001
Summary: Funny

Now I didn't quite finish the whole film - in fact, I'd be surprised if I even watched 1/5 of it. It was boring, ridiculous, and plain stupid. I guess it's something worth checking out if you're a die-hard comedy fan. Other than that, I don't see the point of seeing something as pointless as this.

[2/10] BASED ON WHAT I HAVE SEEN

Reviewer Score: 2

Reviewed by: miazaki
Date: 03/08/2001
Summary: Quirky, and silly, but a nice change of pace


A zany send up of the Wong Fei Hung series. Silly, silly, silly. A fun romp with smart alek-y sight gags, insane characters and some halfway decent Kung-Fu along the way. Well worth what I paid for the VCD (5.99) A nice change up from the ultra serious Kung Fu you may be digesting now.

So don't be afraid to have a little fun. Now I just need to see the prequel...


Reviewed by: jfierro
Date: 12/21/1999

In this sequel to the parody ONCE UPON A TIME A HERO IN CHINA,Wong Fei-Hong tires of his life pretending to be a kung fu master, and decides to visit Canton in anonimity, letting his student pretend to be Wong Fei-Hung. A crooked businessman and an upright Wong Fei-Hong admirer complicate matters. Over the course of the movie, at least six different people claim to be the real Wong Fei-Hong, setting up a climactic battle for identity. The always entertaining DoDo Cheng highlights this decent spoof. As with the first movie, there are some extremely funny moments, but they are very hit and miss. Still, some gags are so great, it is probably worth your time.