Wheels On Meals Review

Wheels On Meals
In Barcelona, brothers Thomas (Chan) and David (Biao), struggle to save pretty pickpocket (Forner) from a gang, and team up with their bumbling private detective friend Moby (Hung).

by Justin Bowyer |
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Release Date:

01 Jan 1984

Running Time:

100 minutes



Original Title:

Wheels On Meals

Following Project  A, Wheels On Meals was the second outing for ‘The Three Brothers’: Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao. The Barcelona-set story features a mobile snack van, a sexy pickpocket-cum-heiress and a bumbling detective, all wrapped up in characteristic slapstick martial arts mayhem — plus a blistering showdown with kickboxer Benny “The Jet” Urquidez.

It's just as you would expect - funny, ballsy set pieces all the way, with very little plot getting in the way. Blindingly energetic, fans won't be disappointed.
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