大踢爆
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Kung Fu World!!! (2000)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: New Imperial 
Genre: Action 
Theatrical Run: 01/20/2000 - 01/28/2000
Box Office: HK $504,894.00
 
Director
  Leung Ting (1)
 
Script
  Leung Ting (1)
 
Action Director
  Leung Ting (1)
 
Producer
  Small Siu
 
 
Cast
  Leung Ting (1) ... Beggar / Bodhidharma
  Meg Lam Kin-Ming ... M. C.
  Law Kar-Ying ... M. C.
  Gam Wai-Ying ... Herself
  Leung Si-Ho ... Himself
  Woo Wai-Hong ... Himself
  Hung Chiu-Fung ... Himself
  Bey Logan ... Himself
  Ben Wong Tin-Dok ... Himself
  Felton Law Gwan-Joh ... Himself
  Patrick Keung Hiu-Man ... Himself
  Lee Ka-Ting ... Himself
  Yu Miu-Lin ... Herself
  Chan Siu-Pang ... Host, Gee Sin
  Lanna Wong Ha-Wai ... Hin's Wife
  Kwan Mei-Kei    
  Leung Ching (2) ... Blockhead
  Wong Hei-Wan (2) ... Old Vagrant
  Leung Wing-Yim    
  Hawkins Cheung Hok-Kin ... Himself
  Huang De-Chiu ... Himself
  Mr. Baum ... Himself
  Ray Ngan Tak-Yee ... Himself
  Yiu Yuen-Bong ... Assist. in Iron-throat performance
  Yan Yiu-Wing ... Assist. in Iron-throat performance
  Lau Gar-Sun ... Guest
  Che Lut ... Stuntman
  Li Bin (6) ... Female Street Performer/Stunt Woman
  Chung Ying-Tong ... Famous Fortune teller
  Ah Sai ... Yim Wing Tsun
  Wolfgang Ockert ... Himself
  Kate Chan Sau-Heung ... Ng Mui
  Linson Wong Wan-Sang ... Hand Language
  May Tong Chi-Wai ... Ng Mui (Duplicate)
  Chan Pui ... Himself
  Lily Lau Lee-Lee (4) ... Herself
  Yim Tai ... Himself
  Jackson Wong Tak-Fai ... Himself
  Lee Wing-Kee ... Himself
  K. Navayanan Guvukkal ... Himself
  Szell Gabor ... Himself
  Victor Gutierrez ... Himself
  Arnone ... Himself
  Siegfried Wolf ... Himself
  Keith Kernspecht ... Himself
  Shivko Vangelov ... Himself
  Wong Tin ... Himself
  Li Ming-Cheng ... Himself
  Wang Kiu ... Himself
  Veselin Margaritov ... Himself
  Jugen Kestner ... Himself
  Jennie Sun Chan-Nei ... Herself
  Mak Kam-Chow ... Himself
  Lee Kam-Wing ... Himself
  Mrs. Ha ... Herself
  Chu Hok-Ting ... Himself
  Cheng Chuen-Fun ... Himself
  Phoebe Lee Chau-Yun ... Herself
  James Yu Kin-Keung ... Himself
  Leung Sung ... Himself
  Chiu Hung-Wai ... Stuntman
  Lu Jing-Yu ... Stuntman
  Wu Tong-Ming ... Stuntman
 
Production Company
  Chung Wa (Zonghua) Film Company
 
Filming Company
  Chung Wa (Zonghua) Film Company
 
Distributor
  B&S Films Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Wong Hei-Wan (2)
  Kwan Mei-Kei
 
Sound Recordist
  Magic Sound Studio
  Wong Yau-Ling (1)
  Simon Leung Chi-Wa
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Mei-Ling (2)
 
Editor
  Jil Wong Pak-Kei
  Leung Ting (1)
 
Planning
  Cheong Kung
 
Presenter
  Small Siu
 
Assistant Action Director
  Chan Siu-Pang
 
Executive Director
  Leung Ching (2)
  Chan Siu-Pang
 
Composer
  Leung Ting (1)
  Uptown Music
  Charles Chan Cheuk-Wa
  Tony Tam Jan-Hung
  Jackson Wong Kam-Leung
 
 
 
Summary
 

This appears to be a HK TV Special. I believe it also spoofs the "investigative journalism" format of an existing popular HK TV show, here called "The Great Disclosure" (kind of a "Hard Copy"/"Entertainment Weekly" kind of thing). Regardless, the program interweaves silly in-studio shananigans with equally silly segments debunking common legends about Shaolin Temple, Hopping Corpses, and the origins of Wing Chun (and the origins of Kung Fu in general), as well as popular Qigong feats like walking on fire, rolling in glass, breaking a spear with one's throat, breaking bricks over one's head with a sledge hammer, etc. Sadly, the humor is quite lame (or maybe it just doesn't translate very well into English) and the research is often unconvincing and shallow. Still, though it provides few reliable answers, if one has an genuine interest in Chinese legends and martial arts, it does succeed in raising an interestng question or two. Paul Kazee