• 电影名称 Long xiao ye

  • 中文名称 龙少爷
  •  类型  动作 / 喜剧 / 运动
  •  国家  中国香港
  •  语言  粤语 / 英语
  •  时长  1 hr 42 min (102 min) / 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (dubbed)
  • 上映时间 21 January 1982 (Hong Kong)
This film has to be viewed in the right frame of mind. First, thecentral father-son relationship makes it pretty clear that the film wasintended as a prequel to his Wong Fei Hung film "Drunken Master" (ideasfrom this film recur in "Drunken Master II), and not "Young Master";that Chan backed away fro...
`Dragon Lord' is more of a comedy than a martial arts movie. There are afewaction sequences in the movie - a strange ball tournament at thebeginning,a scuffle between Jackie and his friend over a girl, an interestingshuttlecock game in the middle of the movie - but there are really onlytwofight sequ...
This movie is bufoonery! and I loved it! The "dragon lord" (Jacky Chan)and his buddy, "cowboy", totally made the movie fun, meaningful, and justplain silly. The movie is a rare blend of a good vs. evil fight and(somehow) the wonders and fun that is growing up. Long Shao Ye takes theviewer throug...
For a Jackie Chan movie, then "Dragon Lord" was a fairly mediocreexperience. There wasn't the usual Jackie Chan magic or personal touchto this movie. The movie tried too hard to mix comedy and seriousaction, and it just didn't go well together.The movie was also weighed down by a storyline that was ...
Dragon Lord was something of a pivotal film for Jackie Chan in that itsaw him decisively making the move away from old school style kung fucinema to his own distinctive brand of goofy comedy and situationalfighting. Its a shame then that it isn't great (this was apparentlyreflected in the cold initi...
"Dragonlord" sees Chan returning to his role of "Dragon" from "TheYoung Master". Not much has carried over from the first film though."Tiger", his older brother, is nowhere to be seen; neither is theMarshall, his daughter or his son played superbly by Yuen Biao in theoriginal film. Dragon does have ...
I'm torn on this movie because I found that it was enjoyable,containing some of the silly moments and a lot of the great martialarts action we've come to expect of Jackie Chan, but it's alsooverlong. The greatest fight in this movie is making it to the ninetyminute mark, and that begins with an over...
One from early in his career the movie has everything that would makehim a Kung Fu super star.It's a great comedy about a spoiled rich brat trying to send a lovenote via a kite but ends up stumbling onto a plot to steal China'sartifacts.It's the type of friendly kung fu flick for all the ages that J...
This movie was originally going to be the sequel to the Young Masterand was going to be called the Young Master in Love. What ended uphappening is that the movie drifted so far away from the original YoungMaster, that they decided to make it a separate movie on its own. (Gee,I can quote Des Mangan w...
An old school kung ku comedy starring Jackie Chan. He's also thedirector of this movie.This is bit like continuation of the Young Master. Jackie Chan repriseshis role as the Dragon. The actor who portrayed the teacher in YoungMaster returns as Dragon's father. Although the production is morepolished...
This review is for the extended cut of this movie.I first watched Dragon Lord when I bought it on DVD many years ago. Ialways liked this movie and you can read some of the more positivereviews of it to get the general idea.That being said. I've always found the storyline a bit confusing. Themovie is...
Work-shy student Dragon (Chan) and his madcap pal Cowboy (Mars) spendtheir days getting up to mischief, frustrating the elders, chasinggirls, and competing in the village sport - in which contestantsscramble to the top of a tall wooden pyramid, the "bun tower", toretrieve a golden ball, rugby-fashio...
This is an above average Jackie Chan flick, due to the fantastic finaleand great humor, however other then that it's nothing special. All thecharacters are pretty cool, and the film is entertaining throughout,plus Jackie Chan is simply amazing in this!. Jackie and Wai-Man Chanhad fantastic chemistry...
The movie is great: funny, crazy, violent (though with minimum gore),and all the way energetic to the core. Enjoyed every single bit of it.No computer effects, no extensive use of wires - just a solid good oldkung fu flick that shows how physically apt a man can be. The finalbrawl deserves praise. A...
His father wishes that Young Dragon would be a great student and attendto his classes, but Dragon himself is full of youth and is just asinterested in fighting and chasing girls. Full of arrogance andconfident in his own knowledge, Dragon continues down this path untilhe finds that he has stumbled o...
Rated PG-13 for martial arts violence. Quebec Rating:G Canadian HomeVideo Rating:PGI saw Dragon Lord on Spike TV about a year ago.I really like JackieChan movies for his comedy films mixed with martial arts.Dragon Lord isone of those films gone wrong.If you want a good Chan film that is anaction/com...
Up until the last 20 minutes, I was thinking that this is possiblyJackie Chan's worst movie (excluding his pre-1978 work, which I am notfamiliar with). The final fight sequence changed all that: it is longand good and intense - indeed, one of the highlights of Chan's career.But to get to it, you hav...
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