Director: Cheung Lik
Writer: C.Y. Yang
Producer: Keung Chun Ping
Cast: Bruce Li (aka Ho Chung Tao, James Ho), Chan Sing, Bolo Yeung Tze, Mars, Fung Hak On, Eric Tsang Chi Wai, Michael Chan Wai Man, Chan Wai Ying, Cheung Lik, Sham Chin Bo, San Kuai
Running Time: 90 min.
By Mighty Peking Man
After disrespecting his fellow countrymen, Chang Lee Kung (Michael Chan Wai Man) promises his teacher (Bolo Yeung) that he’ll start a new, positive life in Malaysia. However, word gets around that he has become even more sinister ever since his move. He’s now the head of an organization that controls an illegal gambling den and operates a shady mining company. In addition, he seduces married women and orders his henchmen to terrorize and kidnap innocent people.
Upon hearing about Chang Lee Kung’s antics, three badasses head to Malaysia to put a stop to the madness: Master Fok Yuen Gap (Chan Sing), Yu Fong (Ho Chung Tao) and Shu San (Cheung Lik) — I take that back, two badasses (Sorry, Cheung Lik).
“Bruce Lee The Invincible” has something for everyone:
You want an all-star cast? You get Michael Chan Wai Man (“Five Element Ninjas”), Bruce Li (“Do I really need to name a movie?”), Chan Sing (“New Fist of Fury”), Cheung Lik (“Enter Three Dragons”), Bolo Yeung (“Enter the Dragon”), Fung Hak On (“Young Master”), Mars (“Police Story”) and even a brief cameo by Eric Tsang (“Infernal Affairs”).
You like to see cute chicks get kidnapped, slapped around and sexually assaulted? It’s here, compliments of Chan Wai Ying (“Vice Squad 633″), who spends the whole movie getting abused in every single way. As an added bonus, you get to see her run around in a white spandex-like outfit. At one point, she even gets pushed into water. Water + white = translucent, if you catch my drift.
You want to learn the secret of the Shaolin Disguise Technique? See the magic happen before your eyes as Chan Sing becomes Mars (well-known actor/stuntman) with the help of a nifty rubber mask. I find it funny they chose Mars, since his body is a lot smaller than Chan Sing’s. I suppose that’s part of the “technique.”
You want to see ass-kicking apes? They never really explain the what the deal is with these fighting apes, but depending on how they’re killed, their eyes either bulge out or their brains sorta become exposed.
You want to see non-stop kung fu? Surprisingly, the action choreography is tight. There seriously isn’t a dull moment during the fight sequences. I’m not saying they’re the best I’ve seen, but they’re certainly good considering how kooky the rest of the movie is.
I know this is cliche to say, but “Bruce Lee The Invincible” is so bad, it good!
Mighty Peking Man’s Rating: 6/10