Fantasy Mission Force (traditional Chinese: 迷你特攻隊)(Min ne te gong-dui) is a 1983 Hong Kong action-comedy film directed by Chu Yin-Ping and starring Jackie Chan (who got top billing) in a supporting role, Brigitte Lin, Jimmy Wang Yu.
Although often marketed as a Jackie Chan film, Chan only appears in a few scenes. He reportedly starred in it as a favor for Jimmy Wang Yu, who sheltered him from the Triads earlier in his career.
Despite low production values, the film has attained a small cult following, mainly due to its strange combination of film genres, a convoluted narrative and a deliberately anachronistic mix of plot elements. The film includes elements of a comedic style common in Hong Kong films known as "Mo lei tau." This comedic style (which is commonly, but not exclusively, associated with actor Stephen Chow) frequently involves non sequiturs and anachronistic gags similar to those found in Fantasy Mission Force.
A number of reviews consider Fantasy Mission Force a movie that...