The plotting and storyline is almost as rambling a mess as Chung_King_Express. I saw this one shortly after DM2 (one of the best action films ever made), and to say that DM3 suffers in comparison is an understatement of staggering proportions.
Reviewer Score: 1
Okay, there are a few good points. Michelle Lee sure does look great. Several entertaining and well-constructed stunt/action scenes (set pieces all, placed more or less at random). But, entertaining as the stunts are, they just aren't enough to distract from the awfulness, tedium and confusion of the rest. Drunken Fist, crucial to the story and idea, is talked about here, yet never used. At the end I was wondering, open mouthed, why they even bothered to release it, and that they chose to use or pinched the Drunken Master name in doing so. Insult compounded upon injury.
In summary : If you have seen neither DM2 & 3 yet, and feel compelled to see both, watch DM3 first, then get blown away by DM2 and forget you ever saw this well-deserved flop.