| Dragon Forever (1987)
Director: Sammo Hung
Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao
The second-best Chan/Biao/Hung
collaboration after WHEELS ON MEALS. Excellent and brutal finale.
A lawyer, with the help of two old
friends, must stop a factory run by a vicious mobster before it destroys
a peaceful communal lake.
JACKIE CHAN is a lawyer fighting a
case for a shady businessman. When he realizes his client is actually
running a cocaine factory, Jackie teams up with his bumbling buddy (SAMMO
HUNG) and his mentally deranged friend (YUEN BIAO) to take on the
villains. For many Jackie Chan fans, this is their favorite movie.
Dragon Forever blends Jackie's
trademark stunts and fighting scenes with great slapstick comedy.
Jackie, in his prime when this film was made, works wonderfully well
with Hung and Biao. All three went to Chinese Opera School together, and
unfortunately, this film marks the end of a legacy of collaborations
between the three stars. Keep your eye out for the final fight with
Beeny "The Jet" Urquidez. The acrobatic moves will blow you away.
List Price: US $21.95
Cantonese / Mandarin
English / Traditional Chinese
/ Simplified Chinese
(Can be played on any DVD player in the
I - Suitable
for all audiences (roughly equal to an MPPA rating of
"G" or "PG") Films rated Category I
contain nothing most parents will consider offensive for
their children to see or hear. Nudity, drug use, explicit
language, violence and adult situations are largely
absent, and if present are seen only briefly and at a