The Man with the God Tongue - Netflix

Ranmaru, Hikaru and Kanji go to Yunishigawa hot spring to look for a geisha girl, Miyabi. At a hotel there, they spot Miyabi leaving with a man, but fail to follow her as their old car runs out of petrol. Meanwhile, Kanji asks a hotel manager, Misuzu to let them stay for free in return for Ranmaru working as a bathhouse attendant. Then the president of the local hot spring union, Ishihara, rushes in and tell them that a dead body has been found in the river nearby. All those things bring a great turmoil. -- TBS

The Man with the God Tongue - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-08

The Man with the God Tongue - The God of Cookery - Netflix

The God of Cookery (Chinese: 食神) is a 1996 film produced, written, starring, and directed by Stephen Chow. This is known to be Stephen Chow's first film to utilize deep and sometimes dark themes.

The Man with the God Tongue - In-film references - Netflix

The scenes in the Buddhist monastery reference 18 Bronzemen, as the monks call themselves the “18 Bronzemen”. “Sorrowful Rice” (黯然銷魂飯) is a reference to Yang Guo's Melancholic Palms (黯然銷魂掌) technique. The final battle between Chow and Bull Tong itself contains a couple of tongue-in-cheek references to Jin Yong (Louis Cha)'s The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber and The Legend of the Condor Heroes in the original Cantonese dialogue, which is however obscured in the English subtitles.

The Man with the God Tongue - References - Netflix