Wheels On Meals
Action comedy starring Jackie Chan. A pair of fast food workers (Chan and Yuen Biao) are forced to rely on their martial arts know-how when they meet up with a countess who is being kept from her inheritance by a gang of hoods. The two friends team up with a private investigator chum (Sammo Hung, who also directs) and set out to kick some villainous butt.
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There's some really awesome and unique extras here to, including wonderfully insightful interviews with Keith Vitali and Benny Urquidez, and a brilliant alternate blooper real from the Japanese release which contains footage I've not seen before. Also in the initial pressing there's a very nice essay booklet with loads of interesting detail about the film and Chan and production photos.
This is unquestionably the greatest release of this terrific slice of old school Jackie Chan that ticks every box you could possibly hope for. Oh with one teeny exception, and that is Eureka's slightly annoying trend of never giving us a scene selection menu. Why? The film is broken very neatly into scene breaks, but come on guys, let us choose! But seriously, release Dragons forever and the Armour of God and all will be forgiven...
Annoyingly I had to sit through a movie with subtitles, which I find quite straining on the eyes.
The movie is good. Great action and some very funny parts.