This is more one for the discerning Jackie fan. Whilst there are some very impressive sequences, some may find this film a little too light on what we know and love Jackie Chan for.
Dragon Lord was originally intended as a sequel to Young Master, its title being Young Master In Love. As such, it is essentially a love story. But problems with rival film studios trying to claim ownership of both the film and Jackie led to too many continuity errors and thus meant the name had to be changed. These problems were not without their effects on the film either. Sometimes you can't help but feel some parts were rushed, and some glaring continuity errors, as well as undeveloped characters, threaten to ruin the film. Having said this, Dragon Lord, for Jackie fans, is a worthwhile purchase. There are still classic Chan comedy elements to enjoy, and some action sequences are awesome. This film holds a Guinness World Record for the most takes for one scene. This particular scene is a cross between football and badminton (!), and for me, was worth the purchase alone. If you see it, you'll see why so many takes had to be used. Some of today's over-paid idiots who kick balls around couldn't even dream about some of the things on show here. Jackie also does a short sword routine which shows him more than a match for a young Jet Li, and the end fight against Wang Inn Sik (Young Master) is very entertaining.
Those who simply want to watch vintage start-to-finish kung fu from the king of Hong Kong cinema should go for Wheels on Meals, Young Master, Dragons Forever or Drunken Master. For a mix of action AND fighting, the Police Story trilogy, Project A or Armour of God would blow away most Hollywood efforts, and are worth more than a look.
If you've seen any of the above movies, you'll be able to appreciate this a lot more. However, if your Chan experience is limited to his more recent outings, don't start your journey of discovery here, because you'll be disappointed.