In the wake of an unexpected breakup, a local cop's (Donnie Yen) appearance and mental health dramatically change until he is left exceedingly out of shape. Yet when his department orders him to transport a notorious and dangerous criminal to Japan, he must make a significant change if he is to step up to the task. Directed by filmmakers Kenji Tanigaki and Jing Wong, the film co-stars Jessica Jann and Philip Ng.~Maggie Sadler
we thought this movie was great but being blu-ray we where hoping that it would have not just the subtitles in English (It is) but also as an option for spoken languaged. The fact that it's a action film you do miss alot of the action and comedy as you read the subtitles. Wish I knew some Cantonese and Japanese, understand a little Japanese but not enough to unstand it when they speak it to fast. Either way, this film was fun to watch and laugh a little from what we could understand and read. Would have given five star if it was translated or we speak a little Cantonese or Japanese, still recommend it.
Donnie Yen does it again. I enjoyed this action comedy. I found myself laughing out loud multiple times while watching this and it holds up in the action department. The fat suit was really well done and the heart of the movie really came through.
Donnie Yen proves time and time again why he will probably go down as one of if not the greatest martial artist put to film. a great mix of action and comedy that rivals even the best of Jackie chans works.
Enter the Fat Dragon is funny from start to finish, I only wish there were deleted scenes to fill in the far in between moments. You will laugh then laugh more from the run on next scene. Be prepared for action, comedy and location settings because this adventure is a whirlwind.
-I love this movie! I love the story! I love the cast! It's one of those movies you hate to see end. Definitely a movie you will watch over and over again & thoroughly enjoy it each time! A+++++++++++++
We enjoy most movies by Donnie yen. This was comical to some degree. Jackie Chan’s movie is still a little funnier. Had nothing to do with the original Bruce Lee Enter The Dragon. Still a good movie to watch.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Good martial arts
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Good martial arts action. Sort of funny at times. Be aware that you need to read subtitles as the movie is not dubbed in English; that can take away from watching the action, but not much is said during fight scenes.