Wheels on Meals (Kuai can che) (Powerman) (Weapon X)
Wheels on Meals (Kuai can che) (Powerman) (Weapon X) (1984)

Following up from their success with Project A, martial arts-comedy trio Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and Yuen Biao head out to Spain for this screwball kung-fu flick. Thomas and David (Chan and Yuen) run a Chinese lunch wagon in the streets of… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 17, 1984
DVD Release Date: August 14, 2001
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

Still one of the technically proficient martial arts films ever made. It's just too bad there's not much to it beyond the martial arts.

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EightThirty .
13/06/2010 (ONLINE) This is a little old but its not a bad check. I'm always entertained by "Jackie Chan" and when you throw in… More
Khris N
Intresting and unique! Jackie in Spain - and kickin ass!!
El Hombre Invisible
If you're a Jackie Chan or have been a Hong Kong film fan for any real period of time, then the chances are you've already seen Wheels On Meals. This… More
Jesse Ortega
Solid movie, it maintains a light and fun tone throughout so that makes it better than it probably would've been if it took itself seriously. The pacing… More
Dean McKenna
Cool Hong Kong-style car chases, kung fu and stunts on the Coasta Brava.