Come Drink With Me (Da zui xia)
Come Drink With Me (Da zui xia) (1966)

A mysterious swordswoman named Golden Swallow is sent to rescue a young official who has been kidnapped. Aided by Drunken Cat, a kung-fu master disguised as a beggar. She hatches a daring plan to assault the corrupt monastery where the… More

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Rated: Unrated
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DVD Release Date: May 27, 2008
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Sean Axmaker
Seanax.com

The film soars on a lyrical mix of scruffy singing heroes, cross-dressing heroines, narcissistic villains, and fantastical action choreographed like dance.

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Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

A seminal film in a genre experiencing an unprecedented western diffusion and visibility: a bit of the old magic for a suddenly receptive audience.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Cheng's performance has a dancer's grace and razor-sharp intensity; if her sword doesn't get you, her eyes certainly will.

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Jon Popick
Planet Sick-Boy

Raised the bar for two generations (and counting!) of the historical martial arts epic.


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El Hombre Invisible
With singing heroes, cross-dressing heroines, narcissistic villains, and fantastical action choreographed like dance, the film launched a new wave of Hong Kong… More
MJS MJS
After watching A Touch of Zen, I decided to check out a few more classic martial arts movies. I decided to check in on a DVD series called Dragon Dynasty,… More
Lewis C.
Unintentionally hilarious English subtitles and occasionally clumsy editing aside (consider it part of the charm), Come Drink with Me is a fun, old-fashioned… More
Anthony Valletta
Interesting turning point in Shaw Brothers (and martial arts films in general), combining both realistic martial arts with the fantasy superpower martial arts.… More
Walter M.
[font=Century Gothic]"Come Drink with Me" starts with a ruthless gang of bandits attempting and failing to rescue their leader who has been condemned… More
Linda K. T.
It is the most influential Hong Kong action film. Thats THE reason to see the film.