Ip Man: The Final Fight

Ip Man: The Final Fight

In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more, when what begin as simple challenges from rival kung fu styles soon draw him into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads. Now, to defend life and honor, he has no choice but to fight one last time...

The next part of “The Legend is born - IP Man” takes of background in the 1950s when World War II ends, the Hong Kong economy is in crisis. Ip man, for the safety of relatives, has to arrive in Hong Kong and opens a Wing Chung dojo. One of his student, Leung Sheung is sneaky to participate the competition and defeat a lot of opponents by Wing Chun that makes the Triads be furious. How does Ip Man do to rescue Leung Sheung? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ip Man: The Final Fight torrent reviews

Sandra C (kr) wrote: I loved this. The troubles of a family and how to fix it is what this really was about wonderful!

Joetaeb D (gb) wrote: The premise offers B movie thrills, But Shark night is painfully neutered by it's unnecessary PG-13 rating, which means no gratuitous gore or nudity, but that's what makes a B movie. It's why we watch those goofy Syfy original movies! In short, this is no spiritual successor to Jaws not is it a good rip off.

David C (ru) wrote: Movie was cute - dogs couldve been more involved, as in riding in car, walking with people. They did play important part for the love story, but basing it on dogs is misleading.

Jenn T (br) wrote: Just low budget, bad acting, lame plot and filming was bad too.

Nancy R (jp) wrote: Really liked it. It doesn't matter what religion...the Mothers will always be thorny.

Emily L (br) wrote: It sucks, but Chase from House sings "Sheets of Egyptian Cotton."

Michael Y (kr) wrote: Quite well done, beautifully shot, although the story does drag in a few spotes.

Robert H (nl) wrote: While it does a good job of portraying the camaraderie among firefighters and delivers some thrilling action setpieces, BACKDRAFT is still hampered by an unwieldy and unfocused narrative.

Linda M (jp) wrote: Lighthearted and whimsical farce from an era of innocence, features beautiful Francoise Dorleac (sister of Catherine Deneve) and Jean-Paul Belmondo in his best comic role. The world is a beautiful and happy place in this spoof of machismo and daring-do.