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Uncle Roger Review FAVORITE FOOD MOVIE (God Of Cookery)

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  • ๊ฒŒ์‹œ์ผ 2023. 06. 17.
  • God Of Cookery is one of Uncle Roger favorite movie. There a copy on youtube here: โ€ข Watch God of Cookery M...
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  • @gouravchakraborty9801
    @gouravchakraborty9801 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4853

    Uncle Roger evolved even more from roasting chefs mainly Jamie Oliver to reviewing Food movies

    • @EvannMakesMusics
      @EvannMakesMusics 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +20

      @MatpatRecommendsStop youโ€™re pub man ๐Ÿ’€

    • @bukojoetheslapsoils8273
      @bukojoetheslapsoils8273 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +16

      This is the 2nd movie he reviewed.

    • @godjhaka7376
      @godjhaka7376 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      That's because there's only so many chefs and Roger needed content. Think he was just going to close his channel or post less given his views and subscribers? You crazy @gouravchaksometbing

    • @bryanrabel5081
      @bryanrabel5081 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

      Oh my God i gotta see this I LOVE STEPHEN CHOW and his whole CREW!!!

    • @QuanNguyen-lw7qf
      @QuanNguyen-lw7qf 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      yeah he roasted Jamie without fire ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @ericchung4503
    @ericchung4503 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1481

    Fun fact:
    The actor who plays the guy who trigger the explosive is called Ng man tat. He and Stephen chow acted a lot of movie together and is known as stephen's sidekick in many movies. My fav from the pair is Fight back to school. Ng Man tat unfortunately past away 2 years ago but Stephen Chow still is alive. The pair was basically the god of comedy to us Cantonese speaker.

    • @sirmarisa
      @sirmarisa 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +35

      i loved their stupid spy gadgets lol

    • @arthur4qq
      @arthur4qq 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

      @@sirmarisa Ng Man Tat not in the spy film๐Ÿ˜…

    • @MrSpiritmonger
      @MrSpiritmonger 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      does Stephen Chow still make movie?

    • @syahidkacak
      @syahidkacak 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +26

      Rip uncle man tat
      You will always be remembered

    • @robientertainer8257
      @robientertainer8257 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      Rip legend so many good memories with him, in his movies

  • @oniplus4545
    @oniplus4545 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +439

    as an asian, I can confirm that our kungfu editing magic can turn even raw poop into exquisite dish worthy for 5-star restaurants in 2 minutes

    • @liammurphy2725
      @liammurphy2725 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      As a westerner I can confirm the truth of this.

    • @huh._what
      @huh._what 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      as a fellow asian I can confirm

    • @Iikedogs
      @Iikedogs ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      As a Chinese person I agree

  • @yojironin
    @yojironin 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +91

    One of my fav Chow movies ever. The scenes where he gets pummeled by the 18 Brassmen of Shaolin never fails to crack me up. Thatโ€™s where he learned how effective of a weapon the simple folding chair can be. ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • @bimapringgo
      @bimapringgo ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      ...and cut to them dragging his motionless body by the feet leaving a trail of blood

  • @thatcuckoolady369
    @thatcuckoolady369 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +574

    OMG! As a Filipino, I remember watching this movie as a kid, but my parents never told me what the movie title was. Now watching this scene again and finally knowing the title of the movie makes me wanna watch the whole thing again. So much memories! ๐Ÿ˜Š

    • @FayeKu
      @FayeKu 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

      I'm gonna have to go through another Stephen Chow period with my 9 year old now ๐Ÿ˜…

    • @noranizaazmi6523
      @noranizaazmi6523 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      Letโ€™s go!!! you found it!

    • @Extremezotako
      @Extremezotako 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      Common Filipino W

    • @christianacesanico7289
      @christianacesanico7289 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Ayaux

    • @baiqi44
      @baiqi44 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      Stephen Chow (the main actor in God Of Cookery) has a lot of great funny movies (and several bad ones too). He's most famous globally for Kung Fu Hustle though. I loved watching Chow growing up.

  • @drgeetchadha
    @drgeetchadha 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +200

    I'm from India and people here are very familiar to Stephen Chow's Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle. But it wasn't until covid that I discovered this gem of a movie. I don't know how many times I must've watched this (in Mandarin/Cantonese). The movie like it's dishes transcend ethnicity.

    • @lembayungjingga5254
      @lembayungjingga5254 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      Stephen chow movies in 90 are still the best,, like fight back to school, love on delivery etc

    • @someernie6179
      @someernie6179 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      There are some more masterpieces from Steven Chow that you must watch! Greetings from Hong Kong :)

    • @chingyiutang3480
      @chingyiutang3480 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Stephen Chow use lots of Cantonese slang and chinese element in his early movie.
      That may be difficult for foreigner to understand100%๐Ÿค” Hope you can can get great translated subtitlesโค

    • @adimasguntur
      @adimasguntur 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Chinese odyssey is a must watch

  • @jakehuang3545
    @jakehuang3545 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1756

    As a Cantonese-speaking person, I just LOVE that Stephen Chow is still getting recognition even after all these years. His movies defined many of us Canto kidsโ€™ childhood. Thatโ€™s why he is always the comedic GOAT.

    • @a.phytophile4018
      @a.phytophile4018 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +50

      Growing up in the US I only know the movies Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle. I wonder what other movies of his I've missed out on.

    • @akmalrusydi2730
      @akmalrusydi2730 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +27

      @@a.phytophile4018 "fight back to school" is hilarious, and the must-watch "all's well ends well". I gotta say the old era of canto films are still masterclass compared to any modern canto films

    • @alphaxfang
      @alphaxfang 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +15

      @@a.phytophile4018 all of his classic 90s is great movie...

    • @swimmingpopov2895
      @swimmingpopov2895 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      can't agree more! My favorite is KUng-Fu, a master piece which combines Chinese Kung Fu, Hong Kong Gangsters and black humor.

    • @darrendontemailme4437
      @darrendontemailme4437 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      Couldn't agree more just one of many classic Chow Sing Chi movies.

  • @justinz.4069
    @justinz.4069 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +431

    Uncle Roger must know at least more than 3 languages at this point, he knows Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Malay and a little bit of Indonesian. That's the benefits of being a Malaysian! Also, RIP Uncle Tat.

    • @daoyang223
      @daoyang223 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +17

      God damn. Uncle Tat passed. I forgot until I read your comment.

    • @user-nq2sw6sg8q
      @user-nq2sw6sg8q 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +17

      Bahasa Malaysia and bahasa Indonesia are quite the same.

    • @StephenChow9527.
      @StephenChow9527. 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      @@daoyang223He passed away because of hepatic cancer in 2021

    • @pantiesgonewild358
      @pantiesgonewild358 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      i thought you were OG Justin.Y

    • @moonmoon1019
      @moonmoon1019 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      im Malaysian and i know Chinese, English, Malay (if u know malay u know indon), Kadazandusun (tribal language)

  • @kungwingin6956
    @kungwingin6956 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +33

    In Cantonese, it actually means their skills are such amazing as chopping with Heaven Sword or the Dragon Saber๐Ÿ˜‚
    The naming idea comes from a famous Hong Kong novel called โ€™Heaven Sword and Dragon Saberโ€™, and they are the unrivalled weapons in the plot

    • @kungwingin6956
      @kungwingin6956 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      I think the British version of this chopping skill name must be chopping with Excalibur๐Ÿ˜‚

    • @thumbwarriordx
      @thumbwarriordx 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Stephen Chow was such a nerd for all the Asian movies too niche for my local library to stock as a child.
      So I don't get them, despite putting in the effort when it counted.
      Saw Project A tho and goddamn that is an underrated banger. (God of Cookery actually recommended in the Futurama commentary tracks somewhere. good taste)

  • @sofiachin2839
    @sofiachin2839 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    When he say "There no kung fu out there that can defeat Asian mum slipper" I died laughing

  • @SquishableGirl
    @SquishableGirl 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +65

    The idea of someone mastering Kung Fu so much that they become magical is already a fun Chinese movie trope (like the flying) but it's even better when it's applied to food and cooking! I love her panic at the idea of never being able to get that dish as good as that ever again.

  • @Rayfireful
    @Rayfireful 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +23

    I love how old movies like this that portray kung fu as both martial arts and magic, pretty much real life shounen manga, always a blast to watch

  • @arthur4qq
    @arthur4qq 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1919

    As a HongKongese, I would like Uncle Roger explain more about the unique way of Stephen Chow used to cook rice. It is called โ€œBo Jai Fanโ€็…ฒไป”้ฃฏ. Literally means rice cooked in small pot. The pot is typically made by clay and cooked with charcoal fire. The finished rice will have a very specific aroma and a burnt crust in the bottom , which considerably the best part of the rice. They usually served with assorted meat of your choice on top, so the fat and aroma will zip down to the rice. Donโ€™t ask for a vegan dish please coz we Hong Kong people also allergic to vegan. So weakโ€ฆ. If you want to get this Bo Jai Fan dish in Hong Kong, just visit Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei area, easily accessible by tube. And you will found in between all those prostitution and brothel, there are also quite some shop selling Bo Jai Fan with other seafood dishes.

    • @billyshithead3139
      @billyshithead3139 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +37

      Nice; thank you for the info!
      I'm imagining a weightlifter who's cutting carbs going there...telling people he's going to the brothel but he's really sneaking over to get some rice!

    • @user-vh1pc2nq6s
      @user-vh1pc2nq6s 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +39

      I like bo jai fan with Chinese sausages and soy sauce

    • @noelzhu1986
      @noelzhu1986 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +58

      where is the prosititution and brothel?

    • @arthur4qq
      @arthur4qq 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +40

      @@noelzhu1986 you canโ€™t miss once you are there, on every street corner basically ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • @amds633
    @amds633 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +41

    "They don't make movies like this anymore."
    So true. Movies nowadays focus on how to make it look good and no longer on the fun of it.

    • @MinhNguyen-ff6xf
      @MinhNguyen-ff6xf 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      Movies these days must be โ€œdiverseโ€ and โ€œwokeโ€. Producers donโ€™t care about anything else

    • @swagalicious2449
      @swagalicious2449 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      โ€‹@@MinhNguyen-ff6xfbro cannot live peacefully without politics on his mind โ˜ ๏ธ

  • @Warutteri
    @Warutteri 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +22

    Oh. My. God. I've been looking for this movie since 1997! I remember seeing it with my grandmother on our flight to China but never found out the name of the movie and had almost started to believe it was some wonderful fever dream or something ๐Ÿ˜‚
    Thank you!

  • @clockwork204
    @clockwork204 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

    This movie needs more recognition. I loved it way back. Still love it now. :D

  • @twntwn11
    @twntwn11 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +26

    I only accept movie recommendations from Uncle Roger from now on. He clearly knows what he's talking about.

  • @darkwanderer1504
    @darkwanderer1504 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    This is one of my favourite Stephen Chow movies. It's nice to see this movie getting the love and attention it deserves. Thank you!

  • @Harrythebotar
    @Harrythebotar 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1152

    I love the fact that everyone seems to be having a blast filming this. The actors seem they are trying not to burst out laughing in half the shots.

    • @BlackdragonTheShadow
      @BlackdragonTheShadow 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

      Oh yeah.. it does

    • @marisanicole5116
      @marisanicole5116 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +72

      Those are the best movies, for me. When everyone isn't taking themselves so seriously and are having fun. Unfortunately, they're also underrated and therefore arent made as often with a few exceptions like Rush Hour.

    • @forkittens
      @forkittens 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +28

      how could you not have fun filming something so silly. XD

    • @clambo7786
      @clambo7786 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      This is why live action anime look dumb but amazing

    • @MichelleWardley
      @MichelleWardley 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      Imagine the original Iron chef....... lol

  • @dfruitziga2543
    @dfruitziga2543 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +19

    That moment when Uncle Roger calls Stephen Chow "Nephew".
    The audacity ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @theanimatorthatdontanimate
    @theanimatorthatdontanimate 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +29

    i remember watching this with my grandpa, this weejio is so nostalgic man

  • @Allnonchalant90
    @Allnonchalant90 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +39

    3:13 I like how you casually passed over โ€œdog-beating sautรฉingโ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • @commenter4898
      @commenter4898 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      The names of those techniques all reference wuxia novels by Jin Yong. The dog-beating staff is the weapon used by the master of the beggar's guild. It was named as such because beggars need to fight stray dogs on the street and they are not the most eloquent people.

    • @KogasaGaSagasa
      @KogasaGaSagasa ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      In addition, the previous skill used by the bad guy is a reference to ้™้พๅๅ…ซๆŽŒ (The 18 Dragon-Subduing Palms), from the same novels, also from the Beggar's Sect. Interestingly, while the 18 Dragon-Subduing Palms is usually considered harder to master compared to the Dog-Beating Staff, the symbol for the proper leader of Beggar's Sect is determined by the ownership of the Dog-Beating Staff.

  • @shebakoby
    @shebakoby 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    i actually learned about many of these ingredients long ago, thanks to "The Pleasures of Chinese Cooking by Grace Zia Chu" which is a book from 1979. It mentions shark fin, fish maw, abalone, sea cucumber, Jinhua ham (spelled as King Hwa ham in the book which has a counterpart in "Smithfield Ham" apparently and thus Smithfield ham was recommended as a substitute - both seem to be variants of Prosciutto de Parma).

  • @Itz_me_JB
    @Itz_me_JB 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

    Best thing about uncle Roger's videos is that they teach you Asian techniques while also providing entertainment ๐Ÿ‘

  • @pizzadark6015
    @pizzadark6015 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +614

    "Technically Jamie Oliver food can be called "Buddha Jumping Wall" also just in the opposite direction, He jumps over to get away from food" LMAO that part got me man. Uncle Roger never fails to make hilarious jokes about Jamie Oliver

    • @Yellowfruit65
      @Yellowfruit65 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

      I thought he was gonna say the Buddha would jump over the wall to stop/beat up Jamie Oliver lol

    • @vectorme2417
      @vectorme2417 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      Please uncle roger don't buy shark fins killing sharks is bad they are endangered ๐Ÿ˜ข

    • @mingrat8866
      @mingrat8866 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      Maybe jumping wall to commit die cuz jamie food that bad

    • @mingrat8866
      @mingrat8866 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

      @@vectorme2417 its a joke chill lmao we use fake shark fin now

  • @lswtube
    @lswtube 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

    AT 7:28 Uncle Roger claimed that increasing the fire power would only boil the water to 100 degree and could not make the cooking faster. But from the standpoint of heat exchange between the pot and the boiling water, it still needed more heat to boil water faster. Secondly, in the beginning when the food inside the pot is still in room temperature, you still need to provide a lot of heat to cook it. So more heat the faster for the whole pot to be in same temperature with boiling water.
    After achieving equilibrium, Roger's suggestion is true.

  • @callmeandoru2627
    @callmeandoru2627 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

    You know he's the god of cooking when he can cook minute rice in under 30 seconds

  • @themoderndaydad1551
    @themoderndaydad1551 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    That film looks amazing, I'm laughing uncontrollably ๐Ÿ˜‚...Thank you Uncle Roger ๐Ÿ™

  • @datissus9094
    @datissus9094 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +30

    Itโ€™s MUCH funnier in Cantonese than what the English subtitles wrote

  • @Audiophile-squad
    @Audiophile-squad 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    your comedic timing is impeccable
    "Good country good country"
    I was ROFL ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    Uncle Roger I'm your fan from India ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ
    pls make a video on "village cooking channel"๐Ÿฅบ

  • @wenaldy
    @wenaldy 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +469

    As an Indonesian, Stephon Chow's movies were childhood memories. This particular dishes is so mouth watering, it's the most unforgettable moment in the movie.

    • @SetuwoKecik
      @SetuwoKecik 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

      Seriusan, baru tau gua movie ini, dulu sempat tayang ga sih? Kalo shaolin soccer nya dia pernah gua nonton.

    • @waytun9608
      @waytun9608 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      Rewatched gods of gambler 1,2,3 so many times but kung fu hustle is undoubtedly his greatest one

    • @bestquotes1491
      @bestquotes1491 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      โ€‹@@SetuwoKecikanak-anak 90an pasti tau.. Film2nya Stephen Chow sering tayang di RCTI, SCTV, dan Indosiar. Di antaranya: God of Cookery, Back To School 1 & 2, God of Gambler, Flirting Scholar dll. Klo Shaolin Soccer termasuk film barunya dia sih.

    • @SetuwoKecik
      @SetuwoKecik 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@bestquotes1491 iya mbak saja jga anak 90an, tapi emang blm pernah liat yg ini.

    • @SetuwoKecik
      @SetuwoKecik 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      @@bimacleonbimabima8634 iyakan makanya. Kalo shaolin soccer sama kungfu hustler pernah liat di tv.

  • @1uP-v2
    @1uP-v2 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +16

    The guy that got hit by the knife was the best side kick ever! He was in almost every Stephen Chow's movies. RIP.

  • @zenkozenko4989
    @zenkozenko4989 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Stephen Chow, who also made Shaolin Soccer and possibly more well known, Kung-Fu Hustle, is an amazing director and does most of his own stunts iirc. Amazing work to both of you!

  • @JohnB-mo4kq
    @JohnB-mo4kq 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    Hearing one of the ingredients was shark fin, reminded me of how much I miss shark fin soup. It's illegal in the US now, for understandable reasons, but if you can overlook the moral dilemma happening in your brain, it's sooo good.

    • @itsjustme8947
      @itsjustme8947 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      If you ever get caught with shark fin, remember: Claim it was self defense! "See, your Honor, the shark pulled a knife on me!"

  • @AymNBlast
    @AymNBlast 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    Uncle Roger reacting to God of Cookery is twice hilarious as the movie, I remember laughing so much when I first seen the movie

  • @takealeftatthelight5284
    @takealeftatthelight5284 25 ์ผ ์ „

    I gotta watch this now! I love shows, movies, and anything else about food. Netflix does a good job: Midnight Diner, Kantaro the Sweet Tooth Salaryman, Gourmet Samurai, the Makanai, and 7:48 Way of the Househusband.

  • @Doccerz
    @Doccerz 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +227

    Kung fu hustle is so popular, and Shaolin soccer was most peoples first exposure before that. Between this and king of comedy, people donโ€™t realize how funny and endearing Steven Chow can be. Good job, Uncle Roger!

    • @EraPonyProductions
      @EraPonyProductions 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      I feel Michael Hui's movies could have done with more exposure in the west too, they're a similar brand of comedy.

    • @goodguyaus
      @goodguyaus 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@EraPonyProductions Duck & Chicken Talk (or ๐Ÿค” was it the other way round?)

    • @EraPonyProductions
      @EraPonyProductions 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      @@goodguyaus Chicken and Duck talk.
      One of my faves is "Front Page". Also "Inspector Chocolate".

    • @goodguyaus
      @goodguyaus 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@EraPonyProductions Aah... never got around to those two! More movies for me to enjoy in the future (Sam Hui is under-rated too in his own way).

    • @EraPonyProductions
      @EraPonyProductions 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@goodguyaus Sam Hui is honestly at his comedy best in the Aces Go Places movies. Him and Karl Maka are hilarious.

  • @quiksilver0000
    @quiksilver0000 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +15

    It feels like we're watching the movie with Uncle Roger. Stephen Chow's shows are hilarious!!

  • @mofebright218
    @mofebright218 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    Uncle Roger is now my chemistry teacher

  • @gamernerdet7289
    @gamernerdet7289 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    It would be funny to see Uncle Roger react to all of Kung Fu Pandaโ€™s cooking scene from 1-3

  • @alexraemendoza6559
    @alexraemendoza6559 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    A little bit more, Uncle Roger will have 8M subscribers! Let's go!!!!!!

  • @AnderssonArte_
    @AnderssonArte_ 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    Yes!!! I first discovered Stephen Chow over 20 years ago when his buddy cop film "Curry & Pepper" aired on Australian TV... God of Cookery is so good ๐Ÿ˜…

  • @SeoulMan
    @SeoulMan 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +100

    I miss Uncle Tat. Also, folding chairs make such a great self defense weapon. I remember seeing a news report where a shopkeeper stopped a robbery by smacking the perp with an identical chair. They even showed the scene from the movie as reference!

    • @noranizaazmi6523
      @noranizaazmi6523 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      I mean most of the time they are made out of metal so that probably helps

  • @ChristinaOT
    @ChristinaOT 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Almost 8 million subscribers, congrats, Uncle Roger ๐ŸŽŠ ๐ŸŽ‰โค

  • @zandert33
    @zandert33 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

    I saw this movie shortly after Shaolin Soccer came out, and loved it. It's so weird and funny, Chow's humor is great.

  • @missava214
    @missava214 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Stephen Chow in the 90s is my favorite! But even movies where he wasn't being ridiculous were good too. All's Well, Ends Well is my favorite Chinese movie! Cast is ๐Ÿ’ฏ!!! RIP Leslie Cheung.

  • @jtolify
    @jtolify 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    My favorite food movie actually is not a food themed movie. It's Eat...Drink...Man...Woman by Ang Lee. Oh God, the opening scene where the Dad makes a feast for his daughters is just ahhh...chef's kiss!!!

  • @kasvinimuniandy4178
    @kasvinimuniandy4178 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    OMG I remember watching this movie as a kid!!! I LOVED THE SCENES!!! EVEN THE MONKEY BRAIN part ahhahahah.... and the cook-offs were EPIC!!!

  • @karthick5709
    @karthick5709 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +29

    4:12 that laugh ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @abirdonabranch
    @abirdonabranch ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    This movie used to have an English dub on Netflix
    It has since become removed and is now lost media that doesn't exist on any platform or media form ,
    Maybe if everyone reached out to nigel about the movie he could possibly get some momentum in getting that version brought back so everyone could once again enjoy it.
    It was quite the comical masterpiece that is sadly gone to time
    Rip god of cookery english dub you are missed.

  • @SharkShow398
    @SharkShow398 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

    I love how they went from supreme cooking to half murdering eachother

  • @XYNg-ts8jq
    @XYNg-ts8jq 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Uncle Roger, my husband has the same last name as you. Interestingly, he possesses similar characteristics to the persona you portrays. It seems like my husband is a natural Uncle Roger without even trying! It would indeed be an enjoyable experience to witness a meeting between the two of you. I can imagine the chemistry sparks when two Uncle Rogers come together.๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @keishagaynor7714
    @keishagaynor7714 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

    Uncle Roger Iโ€™m watching God of Cookery because of you. Iโ€™m cracking up from the moment it started๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ Thank you! And I loved your review as always.

  • @inquisitiveOne111
    @inquisitiveOne111 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    So fun! I want to watch more movies with Uncle Roger ๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @ignaciojohnjoy
    @ignaciojohnjoy 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +494

    FINALLY, ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIME GAINING RECOGNITION.
    Tnx Uncle Roger, most of the Western world have not yet heard of this masterpiece.

    • @gallonramekin
      @gallonramekin 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      Me too! Itโ€™s a wonderful movie thatโ€™s almost unknown here. Much funnier in Cantonese than Standard for some reason.

    • @starblazerw0427
      @starblazerw0427 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      Yesyes when I saw the thumbnail, I knew we were in for a good time

    • @AestheticWaif
      @AestheticWaif 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      I'm dying, this is hilarious, thank you for the link! โค from South Africa

    • @twennysebben
      @twennysebben 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      Same here, I've had a copy on DVD for years and my eyebrows shot straight up when I saw the thumbnail.

  • @melissamarcott1059
    @melissamarcott1059 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

    This is SUCH a good movie. Uncle Roger has excellent taste.

  • @Baz.007
    @Baz.007 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Even Stephen Chow isn't immune to being roasted by Uncle Roger๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @netgodzilla1
    @netgodzilla1 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Stephen Chow movies got its own comedic style. No one make movie like him anymore. Illogical and genuinely funny

  • @chovue2363
    @chovue2363 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Childhood favorite movie here! Scene with the shrimp balls is an absolute classic! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @Cronism
    @Cronism 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    We need more Jammy Olive-Oil videos. Also, these reviews are too good ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @aepheixa
    @aepheixa 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +69

    I'm glad we're getting more Cantonese movie recognition. They really are a force to be reckoned with compared to movies of this period

    • @EraPonyProductions
      @EraPonyProductions 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      Here in the UK Eureka Entertainment and 88 Films are releasing a lot of the older Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung ones on Blu Ray. Eureka actually just released a Mr Vampire boxset.

  • @generalhay5747
    @generalhay5747 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    this is amazing. why the hell are we not getting more god of cookery movies??

  • @Nick-wt1no
    @Nick-wt1no 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Itโ€™s nice to see Uncle Roger review Stephen Chow movies! Laughed so hard! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @elex621
    @elex621 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    โ€œTechnically Jamie Oliverโ€™s food can be called Buddha Jumping Wall, just jumping opposite directionโ€ I fucking lost it LMAO

  • @lucmichaud534
    @lucmichaud534 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    Oh man!!! I never comment but I just LOVE the god of cookery. What a treat this is!! Thanks uncle Roger!!! This movie needed more attention!!!!!

  • @RealOrigenDue
    @RealOrigenDue 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    That beating is so Stephen Chow! One of my favorite movie makers of all time! Thank you, Uncle Roger! ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜‹

  • @squirtleoctavius1993
    @squirtleoctavius1993 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +44

    4:39 When Uncle Roger said that "They don't make movie like this anymore."
    I can say that sad but true, we are living modernity.

  • @DefiantTurtle21
    @DefiantTurtle21 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    Nice! Glad to see this movie get more love, thank you for giving it some good exposure! Hopefully more people watch it now

  • @tai-chungshen4851
    @tai-chungshen4851 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    English translation of the foodโ€œ ไฝ›่ทณ็‰†โ€ is Buddha jumping over the wall, but indeed, in the context of Chinese culture, the word "Buddhaโ€ (ไฝ›๏ผ‰ of the food" Buddha jumping over the wall" not really refer to Buddha himself , but refer to a monk. Because sometimes a single Chinese word can have different meanings in different context. So the correct translation shall be Monk jumping over the wall. Anyway, as Hong Kong people, I am really happy as you like that film๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @trolojolo6178
    @trolojolo6178 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    I remember bing watching Stephen chow when I lived in Dalian. The best Stephen chow movies are where they used the high pitched voicer over. This is what made him so popular and funny in the beginning. All time best comedian. Hours of uncontrollably laughter and pain all over my body.

  • @lokksiders__2151
    @lokksiders__2151 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

    2:43 funny how he's roasting Nick but still calling him UNCLE Nick ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @samsungsquier2008
    @samsungsquier2008 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Congratulations Uncle Roger for 8 million!

  • @krzysztofmazurkiewicz5270
    @krzysztofmazurkiewicz5270 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +136

    I know why this guy won with a simple dish. He used just the right amount of MSG when noone was looking ;)

    • @kaiju-dr5qn
      @kaiju-dr5qn 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      I am actually surprised that Uncle Roger didn't criticize of the lack of MSG....unless they have some umami flavor that doesn't require MSG.

    • @feifizheng9986
      @feifizheng9986 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      โ€‹@@kaiju-dr5qn The richness of the ingredients in this dish alone are definitely enough in umami, no additives needed
      Also, Cantonese people are kinda allergic to MSG hahaha

    • @kaiju-dr5qn
      @kaiju-dr5qn 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      @@feifizheng9986 Well for my case. I am not allergic. But my mom never add any MSG since it is bad for most of us. So didn't have a pleasure to taste this SALT ON CRACK.

    • @ohnosmoarlulcatz
      @ohnosmoarlulcatz 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      @@kaiju-dr5qn I don't think anyone is truly allergic. For Cantonese people, MSG just gets a bad rap like any other powdered soup. Many of them have the same mentality on Vietnamese Pho and Japanese Ramen.

    • @ChiChrono
      @ChiChrono 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      You gotta watch the whole movie. The guy dead pan says because I added onions.

  • @kweassa6204
    @kweassa6204 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    Ahhhh a true Stephen Chow classic. I actually had the opportunity to try fotiaoqiang a few times in my life. Pretty good. I dunno if it's enough for ppl to jump over walls, but the deep flavor is really great. Too bad they never allowed 2nd helpings tho'
    (ps) the judge in this movie, is the same actress who played the landlady "Xiaolongnu" in Kung Fu Hustle !!

  • @AericArmaniProduction
    @AericArmaniProduction 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Lmao ๐Ÿคฃ my friend I always LOVE your comedy.. I have been watching you since you did the cartoon skits lmao ๐Ÿคฃ

  • @smallpotatoe9487
    @smallpotatoe9487 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Ommgg yesss!!! I love this movie sooo much! I keep rewatching it and still never ger bored. One of the best ones ๐Ÿ‘

  • @Star-fq1zz
    @Star-fq1zz 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    as a hongkonger I am so happy Uncle Roger put the exchange rate of hkd in video

  • @fangwang217
    @fangwang217 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    I remember watching this as a child. Such a banger

  • @BunnyOblivion
    @BunnyOblivion 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +85

    Uncle Roger seemed so genuinely happy in this video and it melted my heart.

  • @G_Ryuji
    @G_Ryuji 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    I like this movie, despite the ridiculous comedy moments, one of Stephen Chow's truly magnificent films

  • @bryanjei6057
    @bryanjei6057 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    You just need 60 years of internal energy to do that Uncle Roger ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @anulkilo9535
    @anulkilo9535 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    We do have chinese porcelain jar in our home. I never knew that that jar is for double boiling cooking. I might use it often to cook pho broth in there but first let me transfer my ancestor's ash to an empty cannister... ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  • @tongchileung
    @tongchileung 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    It is one of our family's favorite movies from Stephen Chow. My wife and I saw it in the cinema and we have watched again and again dozens time at home. About 20 years ago, there was a news about Jim Carrey was thinking about adapting it but it ended up nothing happening. Too bad!

  • @jeanius-ox2if
    @jeanius-ox2if 6 ์ผ ์ „

    Stephen chow comedy films were ahead of its time. Its literally the memes we do now today, back then most people didnt get it too quick, i definitely enjoyed most of his films when i was kid.

  • @dice7500
    @dice7500 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +80

    It might sound crazy but Uncle Roger finally ended up my 6 year journey of finding this movie. Finally, I can rewatch the movie. Thanks Uncle Roger.

    • @goodguyaus
      @goodguyaus 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      Aahhh...serendipity ๐Ÿคค

  • @allyip5777
    @allyip5777 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    I look forward to seeing more food related movie reviews!!!!

  • @rachelleallen-sherwood8527
    @rachelleallen-sherwood8527 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Bravo Uncle Roger, bravo!!! And encore please!! Watching a chinese movie with you is soooo much fun! Hahaha! When I was a child I used to love the Mr Boo series! This film reminded me a little of that, but more OTT. Keep doing the good work!

  • @judy2624
    @judy2624 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Buddha Jumping Over Wall (ไฝ›่ทณ็‰†) is one of my all time favorite Chinese dishes. I remember my parents ordering it at every expensive Chinese restaurant in San Gabriel, California. Great fond memories.

  • @sarthakjain8237
    @sarthakjain8237 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Start cooking without vegetables if you dislike them even without the great โ€œgarlicโ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @divitwelve
    @divitwelve 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    This is my no. 1 Stephen Chow movie too!!!!โค No. 2 is Hail the Judge๐Ÿ˜…

  • @quijadriss7650
    @quijadriss7650 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +168

    I saw this movie years ago having little context about this type of film. When they ate the meatballs and started gushing gallons of liquid from their mouths, I was a little shocked. My wife never looked at me the same again.

  • @willvapes301
    @willvapes301 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    I love this movie its so over the top its very enjoyable and is uncle Roger approved

  • @banzaibobA7V
    @banzaibobA7V 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    This movie looks mental! Love how the good guy starts going to town on the bad guy with the chair XD. My favourite cooking movie is Tampopo (1985). It's all about ramen. Great film.

  • @caterinavega4228
    @caterinavega4228 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    3:44 genuine laugh, this movie is a gem and hilarious.

  • @bhaskarjyoti
    @bhaskarjyoti 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    So after being a famous footballer and mastering the Buddha Palm technique, he went to become the greatest cook in all of China. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @matthewtalbot-paine7977
    @matthewtalbot-paine7977 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Actually you can easily heat water to well over 100 degrees using pressure at the top of mount Everest where there is lower pressure water boils at only 68 degrees but at sea level it boils at around 100 degrees so if you increase the pressure even more it could boil at an even hotter temperature.

  • @ramachandra776
    @ramachandra776 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +36

    Steven chow perfected his signature style of filmmaking (over the top action sequences with comedy both showcasing and making fun of kung fu movies ) with this movie . Both Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle came after this movie . Thanks to Uncle Roger this forgotten masterpiece is going to get a resurgence in popularity . ๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @NoGirlsOnTheInternet
    @NoGirlsOnTheInternet 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    Man, when I saw the title, I clicked so freaking fast. God of Cookery is one of my favorite movies. It's so perfectly bizarre. And you have to admire the glorious chair techniques of the Bronze Men,

  • @melschevelle
    @melschevelle 5 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    The โ€œsorry childrenโ€ has taken over now in my life๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ best thing ever

  • @Hayden_Lol-EEE
    @Hayden_Lol-EEE ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Me understanding the language that theyโ€™re saying I can agree that it is funny ๐Ÿ˜‚