I realize that there are many fans out there that gather around Godfrey Ho with a sort of sarcastic self-aware love for his truly awful movies, but if I have to sit through another movie as bad as Shaolin Drunk Monkey… it will most assuredly be my last. Click on the cover art and read my angry little tirade. I tend to avoid hyperbole, and I give every movie a chance… but Shaolin Drunk Monkey… boy…

The Plot: Silver Eagle is a evil martial artist who travels the land looking for the very best Kung Fu artists that he can find, and then he murders them. Mo, who is not very talented but refers to himself as “the most able man from Shaolin,” is on a mission to find the Silver Eagle after his master was murdered by this psychotic Kung Fu master. When Mo loses his job as a cook, he wanders around until he meets a elderly beggar with a penchant for wine. This beggar soon takes Mo under his wing and promises to teach the young man Kung Fu. However, for him to do this, Mo must first learn humility. Becoming a beggar is the best way for a young man to do this, because if he can humble himself before all of society then he can surely grow as a individual. Mo, at first, doesn’t seem to take his work very serious. However, with the Silver Eagle growing closer to his position, he must become adamant in learning Kung Fu.

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