Lo Wei's attempt to cash in on Jackie
swatdodge | Milaca, MN United States | 02/09/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"It seems that the movie makers used lots of footage from the first movie, making the story choppy and incomplete. Apparently the studio that owns the film rights tried to cash in on first Fearless Hyena movie's success. The real story: The Lo Wei monstrosity. Jackie had just started filming this movie before moving to Golden Harvest. Lo Wei was quite bitter and even got the Triads involved. Jimmy Wang Wu got Jackie out of trouble so Jackie did two favors for Jimmy, making Fantasy Mission Force and Island of Fire. Lo Wei was very bitter over this entire situation so a couple of years later he put together Fearless Hyena 2 from the little filmed footage that he had, outtakes from Fearless Hyena, and new scenes that they shot using a Jackie Chan look-a-like. All of this nonsense is why I don't like this movie that well. It does have Jackie in it and didn't turn out that increadably bad so I'll give Lo Wei that credit. But none for trying to cash in on Jackie's name. A real disappointment in many fans opinions. Go see the first one... and you shouldn't waste your time with this one. With that said... you may feel stupid buying the Fearless Hyena double-video pack. Caveat Emptor (let the buyer beware)."
This is only Part 1 Reedited
Dexter A Jones | Hampton Virginia | 01/06/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is only Part 1 Reedited and it really is funny at times.I like the editting though.The "two evil characters" are just great to gether.Part one is better though."
Dexter A Jones | 10/06/1999
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Scenes are stolen from Fearless Hyena I to put together this moronic story of "Jackie Chan" (a double whose back is the only part you see actually fills in missing scenes!) and his useless cousine. Poor martial arts all around."
instantcool | Sun Prairie, Wisconsin | 12/08/1998
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Good fighting, but even less plot then what most of us are used to from these older kung fu films. Really dumb ending and not in a "neat dumb" way. DVD extras are really bad, but the low cost of the DVD itself makes up for it."