The illiterate General of Canton, General So, advocates a lazy, happy lifestyle of sex and money. His spoiled and also illiterate son, Chan (Stephen Chow), is his most faithful disciple. For the love of a woman, Chan attends the national exams for Martial Arts Scholar in Peking. Chan is victorious on the physical test, but before he is to be crowned, he is found to have cheated on the written exam. The Emperor sentences Chan to be a beggar. Initially Chan is unable cope with his new role, but with some mystic help, he takes on the position as King of the Beggars Association. Leading this motley crew into battle against an evil warlord in the Emperor's entourage, Chan rescues the Emperor, and gains respect for the beggars.
Writer:Kin Chung Chan (screenplay), Gordon Chan (screenplay)
The spoilt son of a millionaire finds the love of his life, but she will only accept him if he proves himself as a kung-fu master. He enters and wins the "Kung-Fu Scholar" tournament, little realizing that this victory will lead to him becoming penniless, homeless and sleepy. One day, while sleeping under a tree, he encounters a beggar he helped when he was still rich. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paul M (ru) wrote: Much better. Mel Gibson as the villain was a stroke of genius.
Gary W (it) wrote: Should be 5 diamonds! Finally an objective look at how our health care system has been hijacked for the almighty dollar. A must see!
Mellisa N (es) wrote: it was short but make me laugh so much XD
Verlander T (mx) wrote: Quirky and fun. A sequel to this could have a lot of potential if done properly.
Mercedes E (br) wrote: Not what you'd expect as a Bollywood production, so, forget the dance numbers, the glitter, the playful light plot. Two people meet after having been separated by customs each masking their reality with lies and pretenses, each putting out the face of their visions rather than their hearts. Watch it!
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Jesse F (ag) wrote: Yes I know it's so bad but it's so good in the campy-comedy way.
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Timothy J (de) wrote: Not the greatest romantic comedy. A lot of the premise that put him into the situation is a little ridiculous. But it is still very sweet.
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