is a crafted tasty treat to watch--just plain fun. I liked the
setting of the old West, which gave it just the right flavor.
And for dessert: the humor just never stops.
There's a lot of play on words, so pay attention to the lines.
This movie's to be enjoyed for its jokes,
not for the plot.
With a heavy accent on comedy, Jackie Chan
stars as "Man Who Fights in Dress" in this simple fish-out-of-water
Western, a refreshing slant on the buddy film, with NO car chases
and only ONE explosion.
Not his best, but highly entertaining.
The film has a feel-good take off of every
Western you have ever seen, from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance
Kid to even Blazing Saddles.
The picture provides a spectacular clash
of cultures in sets, costumes, and characters. The movie is as
funny as its core concept. It's nice to see the evil spread around,
rather than be relegated to one race.
This is equal-opportunity nuttiness with
all the Wild West types. The emphasis is more on the comic than
the acrobatic. It has a cross-cultural spin with an ethnic twist.