The Master

The Master

Gao Jian is a lazy and arrogant student of the martial arts school ran by vain Si Fu Shi Chen-chung. One night after his punishment in his school a wounded man reaches his house. He is Jin Tien-yun, a legendary warrior fleeing from a fight in which he was stabbed in a sneak attack and now has to hide from his pursuers, the Three Devils. Gao helps him and in return, Jin decides to teach him some serious kicks. Gao has to live alone for a year after Shi believes that he is traitor of his school. Then he tries to kill him but Jin interferes in order to save Gao and as his wounds are not fixed yet, he gets into a final battle with the three Devils. So it is Gao's turn to seek for revenge.

Gao Jian is a lazy and arrogant student of the martial arts school ran by vain Si Fu Shi Chen-chung. One night after his punishment in his school a wounded man reaches his house. He is Jin Tien-yun, a legendary warrior fleeing from a fight in which he was stabbed in a sneak attack and now has to hide from his pursuers, the Three Devils. Gao helps him and in return, Jin decides to teach him some serious kicks. Gao has to live alone for a year after Shi believes that he is traitor of his school. Then he tries to kill him but Jin interferes in order to save Gao and as his wounds are not fixed yet, he gets into a final battle with the three Devils. So it is Gao's turn to seek for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike M (au) wrote: This movie is full of so many military inaccuracies that it was laughable. They really should have hired ANYONE with prior military experience to be a consultant. The combat scenes were a joke especially the scene of the French girl and the soldier having target practice in the middle of a war zone and giving away their positions. The last straw were the assault on the Panzer tank and the German officer left to walk away without being taken as a POW. So many court martial offenses that it would make a good training film for the JAG corps. What a waste of my time. Can I have the one hour of my life back? (I couldn't finish it.)

Alfin N (ag) wrote: An uptight unmarried guy at a going nowhere job as highway toll clerk finds himself in verge of a total mental breakdown.

Brad S (ru) wrote: Such a great film, though I've seen it several times, it had been a while and I got a chance to see it in a theatre again. The story is epic, the fight scenes truly amazing, the soundtrack killer, and then magnificent acting. The movie holds up over 15 years later. A true masterpiece!

Jordan T (fr) wrote: One of the longest opening credit sequences ever that showed a silhouetted fight between Chuck and some Asian in front of bright neon red lights WTF? This fight would later resurface to be part of the movie and once again made you say WTF? As always, Chuck is doing what he does best in this flick: speaking softly, getting laid, losing loved ones, and ultimately triumphing over his enemy and their henchman. For some reason they did a lot of random voice overs to showcase Chuck's inner thoughts...weird. The giant Asian guy was a train wreck, but such an awesome addition to the movie as Chuck's main foe. Usually Chuck is able to save his loved ones, but for a change he really doesn't in here and is forced to deal with some great loss including his mentor, close friend, fighting crime partner, and his sexy lady. Overall, as a fan of Chuck Norris and his exploits in cinema, this is an enjoyable watch.

Jessi W (au) wrote: Weird and very depressing. I love Frank Sinatra, but this movie was too much of a let down.

Anthony I (jp) wrote: It's a fun, creative, nostalgic blast to the past for the VHS generation. It takes old technology and turns it on it's head. The recreations of some of the movies are so funny, you wish there were more of them. To me, it highlights the anything-goes nature of guerrilla style filmmaking. Yet, it gets kind of sentimental, and it turns into a "save the neighborhood" movie. Michel Gondry should know better than to turn to those conventions. It could've been funnier and quirkier than it ended up to be, and a lot of chances were missed here.

MariePier D (gb) wrote: Would I be ready to let everything in the hands of Destiny ? That is a good question ! But it is SO romantic...

bill b (kr) wrote: Interesting but nothing so great to be a feature