When I think of Jackie Chan there are many movies that come to mind, but I have watched none as many times as the 1994 Comedy Fu classic Drunken Master 2 (the American title was later changed to The Legend of Drunken Master). In it Chan returns to play the role of Wong Fei-Hong, an expert at drunken boxing. The plot is pretty basic, but the overall combination of slap-stick comedy and incredible fight choreography leave me in awe every time I watch this movie.
The 1992 movie Hard Boiled is a Hong Kong film by legendary director John Woo. If you love non-stop action movies this is one that can’t be missed! Chow Yun Fat is the star actor and he doesn’t disappoint as he shows us a million and one different ways to kill people. This movie is just nuts with action! Its got guns, grenades, machine guns, semi automatic weapons, bombs and explosions everywhere and every second.
The 1993 movie Green Snake is a Hong Kong film adapted from a novel by Lilian Lee. It is based on an old Chinese folk tale about the White Snake and Green Snake.
The movie is part fantasy, part super natural, and part Wire Fu. It is about two snake spirits that are in training to take human form. Because Snakes are evil they are constantly battling with several crazed Taoists and a Buddhist monk. There are many WTF moments in this movie and some of the special effects are super cheesy.