Sik san (God of Cookery)
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Sik san (God of Cookery)
Fans of the Iron Chef and kung-fu films may enjoy this flamboyant and outrageous comedy starring flamboyant Hong Kong funnyman Stephen Chiau. Shifting tones from surreal to hilarious and often combining both as the film progresses, its schizophrenic sensibilities and irreverent humor lend to its bizarre kung-fu film meets master chef film story line. Though the film parodies many standard elements and characterizations present in Hong Kong films, viewers need not be familiar with these staples to enjoy the film's absurd and razor sharp humor. Chiau plays the character of the overwhelmingly… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"While it lacks the focus and polish of his more recent (and wildly popular) Shaolin Soccer, it is a mostly funny piece that only occasionally overstays its welcome"
‑ Brian Mckay, eFilmCritic.com
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