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Writer-director-actor Stephen Chow’s hilariously bonkers homage to/send-up of kung fu and American cinema displays an audacious blending of genres and tones that turned the 2004 feature into an instant modern classic. In China’s Canton region in the 1940s, a wannabe gangster named Sing (Chow) tries to scam residents of a Shanghai slum, but his plan crumbles and inadvertently kick-starts a turf war with the unassuming tenants, who all happen to be martial arts grandmasters. Something like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon by way of Buster Keaton and Quentin Tarantino, this joke-a-minute comedy remains quite possibly the most absurd action film ever committed to celluloid. The fight scenes are courtesy of legendary action choreographer Yuen Woo Ping (Drunken Master, The Matrix).

Nobody combines action, comedy, and visual effects like Stephen Chow. When you combine the masterful fight choreography of Yuen Woo-Ping with the satirical genius of Stephen Chow, you get one of the most memorable action films of all time.”—Daniels