King of Money and Fists (1979)
Reviewed by: STSH on 2003-04-19
Summary: Too much silliness
The lead character gets effectively kicked out of home, and joins a group of beggars. They hire him out to be hit by members of the public at a dollar a punch. His fu gradually improves, especially when an old man dressed like Simon Yuen's famous drunken master character adopts him as a grandson.

There's a fair bit of fu in this one, but not enough. There's far too much silliness. I watched the first hour, which was way further than I could stand. The scenes where Dean Shek's character humiliates the hero are hard to watch, but for the wrong reason - they are just pathetic !
Reviewer Score: 2