Ip Man: The Final FightThe 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?Keywords:
Actors of "Ip Man: The Final Fight"
Characters of "Ip Man: The Final Fight"
Directors of "Ip Man: The Final Fight"Herman YauBirthdate: 1961, Guangzhou, China
Creators of "Ip Man: The Final Fight"Erica Lee
Critic Reviews of "Ip Man: The Final Fight"RogerEbert.comSeptember 20, 2013
This is a rare case where, if a film had been livelier and less traditional and "respectful," its lead performance might have seemed less special.New York TimesSeptember 19, 2013
Seriously, if not always elegantly, the film portrays the great Ip Man as someone trying to survive, which is to say just as often a victim as a victor.Seattle TimesSeptember 19, 2013
Soap opera, set-bound and unexceptionally written and directed.Washington PostSeptember 19, 2013
The naturalism of Wong's performance is undercut ... by Yau's use of phony-looking sets, sterile CGI and flashy aerial shots.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 19, 2013
The overall sense is of a rushed, simplistic installment in a well-worn biography franchise.AV ClubSeptember 19, 2013
The Final Fight plays out like a collection of greatest-hits vignettes barely connected to one another.Examiner.comNovember 14, 2013
It's admirable that Ip Man: The Final Fight takes a different approach to the character than the other Ip Man films out there, but it lacks the excitement that made Ip Man and Ip Man 2 so entertaining.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)October 29, 2013
More a frequently elegant drama than an outright action movie.UR Chicago MagazineSeptember 19, 2013
Ip Man was a notable martial arts instructor, he was not a saint. Perhaps someday, somebody will make an accurate film about the man. Meanwhile, we have these kung fu pseudo-biopics to entertain us.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 19, 2013
Cut off from his home and family in China, martial-arts teacher Ip Man tries to adapt to life in Hong Kong. Intriguing if reverential account of an icon's final years.OregonianSeptember 19, 2013
The action choreography eschews the slow-motion, wire-assisted grace of Yuen Woo Ping's in "The Grandmaster," but does a solid job of crisply and clearly showcasing a few epic brawls.Screen InternationalSeptember 16, 2013
The soul of this movie is really in its tireless references to the historical and social conditions of 1950s and 60s Hong Kong, whose street views are recreated in vibrant, saturated colours.
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