Kung Fu Wing Chun

Kung Fu Wing Chun

Losing her mother at a tender age, Yim Wing Chun (Bai Jing) grew up under the wing of Master Ng Mui (Kara Hui), a fugitive in the end of the Qing dynasty. Inspired by Ng Mui's Shaolin kung fu, the boyish Wing Chun develops a kind of martial arts that would one day be named after her, while she strikes up a romance with righteous businessman Liang Baochou (Yu Shaoqun). When the minions of the Qing government draw near, Wing Chun must break out of their ambush to join Ng Mui in the showdown with Kam Ying (Collin Chou), the evil master who helps the Qing empire hunt down its enemies with his formidable Eagle Claws kung fu!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Mandarin,Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:village,   training,   tomboy,  

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Sophan P (fr) wrote: I was blind-sided by this movie. I expected just another slapdashes pseudo-documentary about crime and life in a slum in a far off part of the world ala a lesser City of God. But after seeing this, I was eager to seek out the director's and actora' other works because this movie is simply brilliant. I was pleasantly surprised - this is awell-acted, often poignant and almost always beautifully rendered story about what it means to be a man forced to reckon the choice of his family's dignity or its prosperity. Well-done.

Robert B (de) wrote: Apart (Aaron Rottinghaus, 2011)Sitting not terribly far beneath the surface of Apart is the best young adult movie you've ever seen. There are times-more than a few of them-that movie almost managed to come bubbling to the surface. Rottinghaus, normally an assistant editor (he has recently had a steady gig on the hit TV show Big Love), went very, very ambitious with his directorial debut. He almost succeeded. The story, which he co-wrote with male lead Josh Danziger, could have probably used another rewrite or two to help knock some of the less coherent bits into line; that would have made this into something that would have had a very, very good chance of landing pretty high up on my thousand-best list. Yes, the movie under the surface here is that good. Unfortunately, it has a nasty habit of shooting itself in the foot. That doesn't mean you shouldn't watch it-in fact, I think you probably should, and sooner rather than later-but you may well end up as frustrated as I was at getting the movie we got given how often you can see the movie we should have had.Noah (Danziger, whose only other big-screen appearance to date came in 2006's The Lonely Ones) has been Away, in the sense that one is Away in movies, for some time. He has recently returned to his childhood hometown, of which he has no memory whatever. High school is just as much fun as it is anywhere, else, but soon he encounters Emily (High School Musical's Olesya Rulin), and suddenly he has a reason to go to high school. She, on the other hand, seems to want nothing to do with him, and Noah assumes it's just a case of unrequited infatuation. Until, that is, Emily lets slip during an emotional outburst that she knew Noah Before, in the sense that one has Before in movies. Suddenly, Noah has a link to his mysterious past, and he sets about trying to unlock a mystery he had given up on ever understanding.A lot of good ideas here, but the script stumbles in a number of places. It occurred to me more than once while I was watching that the co-writers should have had a solid, underrated YA author-Mara Purnhagen or Pete Hautman or someone comparable-go over the script before they finalized it to check plot and pacing. Some of the more questionable scenes could have been streamlined, a few unanswered questions would have been wrapped up, etc. What's here will likely be more appealing to those who can recognize and appreciate the potential in a script, but what's here is not bad at all. ** 1/2

Ulrika S (ca) wrote: Haha, den va rtt kul.... & fnig

Stefan L (ca) wrote: Que final mas polqueria!!!!! Increible

Hady M (jp) wrote: Simplicity In It's Best Form ... Another Underrated Picture ... Another Great Director ... About Love, Freedom & Youth We Talking Here .

Charles C (jp) wrote: This programs sucks terribly for business purposes at least have the right trailer for a motion picture.

Jacob B (it) wrote: Possibly the most awesome horror film in years.

Sylvester E (fr) wrote: Every1 luvs....Uncle Buck.

Phil S (nl) wrote: If this movie had a point, I didn't catch it.

Sarah H (ru) wrote: Pretty good even with random bursting into song. Angela Lansbury was HILARIOUS! But then again most righ biggots are always good for a laugh. This one had some more familiar songs from Elivs too.