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God Of Cookery

A Movie by Stephen Chow

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  • Oct 28, 2009
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If you enjoyed "Kung Fu Hustle" or "Shaolin Soccer", don't miss out on this amazing film by the same Director: Stephen Chow. See full review
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review by . October 28, 2009
A Deliciously Funny Martial Art's Parody from Stephen Chow
If you're a big fan of Martial Arts movies or Martial Art Parody films... this is the one that should be at the top of your list.  This Cult classic film was made in 1996... way before "Shaolin Soccer" or "Kung Fu Hustle", but is actually directed by the same guy: Stephen Chow.  As a director, Stephen loves to make Parody movies about "Martial Arts"... and this one (in my humble opinion) is by far ...the most outrageous and funny of them all.    …
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The God of Cookery (traditional Chinese食神simplified Chinese食神pinyinShi ShenCantonese YaleSik San) is a 1996 Hong Kongcomedy film directed by acclaimed Hong Kong comedianactor and directorStephen Chow, best known in the west for his films Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle.

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The God of Cookery is the story of celebrity chef Stephen Chow (the Chinese characters used for Chow's name in the movie is different from Chow's actual name), who knows very little about cooking and is willing to hawk any product for a price. The arrogant and cocky Chow is known as the "God of Cookery" and runs a successful business empire, as well as appearing as a judge for rigged culinary competitions.

When Bull Tong (Vincent Kuk), who poses as a fan, reveals to the world that Chow is a fraud, Chow's business empire is taken away; in fact, Bull was conspiring with Chow's business partner (Ng Man Tat) to overthrow him. Ruined, Chow lives on the streets in an area known asTemple Street, where two rival street vendors, Goosehead (Lee Siu-Kei) and Turkey (Karen Mok), conduct gang warfare to see which vendor could sell the two best-selling dishes: beef balls and "pissing" shrimp. Chow manages to unite the two rival vendors by combining the two dishes into a new dish, "Pissing Beef Balls", ...

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