Im not sure what the previous reviewer was smoking when watchin this film or if he was trying to be sarcastic, but i can't see how you would consider the choerography to be anything more than horrifically terrible and cheesy. Given the fact that the films over 30years old, it still doesnt constitute to the fact that the choreography should be this bad as everything is way too exaggerated even if someone gets a tap on the shoulder they'll be lunging themselves on the floor in what appears to be them looking constipated rather than anything else.
With martial arts films, the main prerogative usually focuses most effort on creating amazing fight scenes leaving people in ooh's and aahh's, distracting it from the poor structure of narrative and acting. In this circumstance, i get the impression that it's not attempting to do either, especially with the storyline being as stale as a loaf of bread if made the same time as the film and still hanging around ones kitchen. The dialogue is awful and uninspirational with most of it being dubbed even in the original version and all of it being way out of sync making it laughable.
And also leaving the impression that they forgot to use a boom half the time they were shooting scenes. The motion effects in the film are bad and terribly noticeable as used in almost all of their fighting scenes. All of these elements make this film what it is and that its..........Brilliant. Its what makes this film so watchable and lung burstingly hilarious. One other positive to come from this film is that some of the martial arts techniques are very well thought up, to name one would be the ponytail attack which i thought was hilarious.
I have always been a massive fan of martial arts, so i would recommend this only on the basis for pure comical value and nothing else. These films are always good watching with a takeaway i thought i might add lol.