Wing Chun

Wing Chun

Martial arts expert Wing Chun battles bandits in this magical film that provides as many laughs as it does wallops. Besides horse thieves, Wing Chun must deal with the men around her who simply can't handle a strong, independent woman. Ultimately, she must dish out "lessons" again and again and again until the respect for her remarkable skills is finally won.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:battle,   fight,   sword,  

Wing Chun, a woman living in a remote village often pillaged by robbers. When Wing Chun finally loses her cool and defeats them, her heroic actions stir up even more trouble in this ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Wendy M (ca) wrote: I like a little *bad* humor so this was right up my ally!

Per Gunnar J (fr) wrote: Last evening I decided to play a bit of Russian roulette again watch one one Steven Seagal's direct to DVD movies that was given on W9. Again there was nothing else worth watching and I did think the last one that I watched, The Keeper, was too bad (for a direct to DVD by Steven Seagal that is) so I thought let's watch it.This was not one of the better movies that I have watched to say the least. The movie starts off with a series of rapid cuts from a fire-fight and it pretty much continues in that manner. The entire movie is cut in a very choppy manner which I personally am not too thrilled about. The plot is forgettable to say the least and the entire movie is just a copy-paste job of standard scenes and actions sequences from start to finish.The action scenes are not too bad and what makes the movie not be a total waste. Do not try to find any logic in people's actions though. There is none. When Seagal felt he wanted some tough talk then he plopped it in and so on. I guess he likes scantily clad ladies as well since the movie is liberally sprinkled with them. Too bad only the bad guys seems to have the hard hitting chicks working for them though.Someone said that this was a "guy movie" and I would say that is a correct statement. It is filled with elements that would appeal to the stereotype of some "beer belching" male person doing most of his thinking using the reptile parts of his brain. I do not mind action, though talk and scantily clad ladies in the movies but I do prefer when there is a script worth talking about to string everything together instead if just throwing them into a blender and serve the slop that comes out.Not a total waste of an evening but close.

Facebook U (es) wrote: This is once rare time that I disagree negatively with both critics and audience. I didn't like the music and it was a large part of it. The story is slim but realistic and also a downer. Because the music was not so good and the people rather ordinary, we feel stuck in the doldrums.

Rick B (ca) wrote: Cool concept that I don't think was fully utilized. Maybe with the title Nightmare Detective I expected Ryuhei Matsuda's character to do more in the film. Even so, the stylish cinematography and refreshing horror elements make up for that. As much as I like asian horror, it was nice finding one that is more original than the rest.

Alice (kr) wrote: When it comes to love, sometimes she just can't think straight.

Ronan F (kr) wrote: A great movie in itself, but Emily Watson's performance takes it to a whole new level. I'm a bit disappointed that it took nearly 20 years for me to get around to watching this.

Petros S (ag) wrote: In parts a bit overlong and repetitive, but beautiful visually and the scenario is moving to some clear direction after the entrance of the extraordinary little Alice in the plot. One of Wenders's best

Derek D (nl) wrote: No need to even look inside the bag.

Stevie S (jp) wrote: WHAT A FUCKING MASTERPIECE.

Ivan N (es) wrote: A fabulous mockumentary about a man who can transform himself into anybody he comes in contact with. Directed by Woody Allen and released in 1983, Zelig is a love letter to the Hollywood of the 20's and 30's.