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(5329) 6.5 107 min 2018

Yip Man ngoi zyun: Cheung Tin Chi is a movie starring Jin Zhang, Dave Bautista, and Michelle Yeoh. While keeping a low profile after his defeat by Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi gets into trouble after getting in a fight with a powerful...

Starring
Michelle Yeoh, Tony Jaa, Dave Bautista, Jin Zhang
Genres
Crime, Drama, Action, Biography
Director
Woo-Ping Yuen

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama, Action, Biography
Director Woo-Ping Yuen
Writer Tai-lee Chan, Edmond Wong
Stars Michelle Yeoh, Tony Jaa, Dave Bautista, Jin Zhang
Country China, Hong Kong
Also Known As IP Man Side Story: Cheung Tin Chi, Ip Manovo nasleđe: Učitelj Čeng Tin Či, 叶问外传:张天志, イップ・マン外伝 マスターZ, Ip Man: Cheung Tin Chi, Diệp Vấn Ngoại Truyện: Trương Thiên Chí, Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy, Master Z: Ip Man Legacy, 葉問外傳:張天志, Ip Man Gaiden: Master Z, Master Z: The IP Man Legacy
Runtime 1H 47M
Description While keeping a low profile after his defeat by Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi gets into trouble after getting in a fight with a powerful foreigner.

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Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 18:16

Yip Man (Bobby Shih) is a legendary assassin for an elite unit of the infamous, deadly HK police force. It was rumored that Yip killed more than 20,000 people, so his killer reputation was enough to make Yip a wanted man, even though he never once carried a weapon and always wore an elegant jacket, a fedora and a shawl. With his high-speed assassin skills he was even considered to be the world's deadliest. Then, a team of HK police officers went to an island in the South China Sea and stole the image of Yip, which is how they gained his trust. Yip soon became their agent, taking the job with great pleasure, and using his skills to hunt down the men who took the photo of him. With the assistance of the Chinese mafia, the police officers soon caught Yip's supposed associates in the area. It was only when the police apprehended Yip that he was finally able to face a judge. He had been trying to escape from the police for years, but he eventually came to the realization that he had committed a crime. When he was sentenced to death, Yip was given the chance to make a case for his innocence. One of the officers who assisted Yip at the trial was Yip's former chief, a former cop who was sent to the prison to handle Yip, but when Yip managed to escape and escape to China, Yip knew that he could not pursue his former partner. The police officers, the judge, and the gangster who was supposed to be Yip's accomplice all faced their deaths when Yip made a last-minute change in his whereabouts, and it was Yip who found the old officer's car. Yip now knew that he could not fight back against the police, but he could only accept his fate and go on with his life. Animated by Chung-Dong Lee, the movie was an amazing achievement that I can not recommend enough. From its first scene, the movie perfectly conveys its message of karma, through the men who ruined the life of Yip and the friendship that Yip established with the police officers. I found myself cheering for Yip, wanting to be a part of his life, and would cheer with him if he ever became a fugitive. The movie also has great music, very subtle and fit to the mood of the moment. The only minor disappointment is that the movie is so long, which would have been better if it were only about one hour, but the story is moving and gripping as I mentioned earlier, and the final part is one of the most touching endings I have ever seen in a movie. This movie really shows that you don't need fancy special effects and good acting to make a good movie. This movie shows that you don't need guns and huge explosions to make a great movie. I was very impressed with this movie and recommend it to everybody. Highly recommended.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 03:39

Director Chow Hock Yip's 'Leung Tin Chi' is the name of an elusive, mythic figure on the periphery of society, the spirit of chaos and uncertainty that permeates every aspect of Chinese society. The tradition of these films is to have great cinematography in each and every scene, and the most outstanding cinematography of all is the 360 degree shot of Chi Tsingtung leaping into the air and shooting down every shooting star that strikes the earth in the sky, the last shot of a shot of the moon, the sunrise, or sunset. The camera seems to be hovering over Chi Tsingtung's face as he moves into the final scene. The two prior films also contain great cinematography, in that shots are panoramic, in that the camera is focused on the sky or the camera is floating over the ground, and in that there are numerous shots where Chi Tsingtung's body is in the foreground. The unique thing about 'Leung Tin Chi' is that it is the first film in which we see Chi Tsingtung's face, and it is completely self-contained, unlike the previous two. This gives it a self-contained feel, and it is the most intimate film that Chow has done for the viewer, as all of the other films are focused on characters. In 'Leung Tin Chi' we see a man with no purpose, no identity, no purpose in the world, just drifting through life. It is a tragedy. Many have called him an "empty soul", but no, that's not the case. Chi Tsingtung is not an empty soul, he's the emptiness within. He's a lost man, with no one to talk to, no one to help, no one to believe in. He's a prisoner of his own mind, his own body, a man who was once an architect, but now is confined to a wheelchair. I don't think the director was trying to say that he was a philosopher, because that's not what he is. This man is empty. This man is an empty soul. In the film we see Chi Tsingtung's addiction to coffee, we see him using the newspaper as a bed frame, we see him holding a bullet through his head. We see him use an American dollar as a bed frame, and we see him eat Chinese food. We see him empty his pockets, use his liquor, use his cigarettes. We see him use his gun as a bed frame. We see him search for women, and we see him fighting amongst them, in the end we see him fighting with no one. He fights with himself, and only with himself. This is not a movie about ideas, or a film about how one man tries to understand what it means to be a human being, but rather an empty film that begs the viewer to reach out and touch the emptiness in his own heart. I could have had no idea of Chi Tsingtung, but this film made me see him. His face, his face, his face. He is empty, he is empty, he is empty.
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:55

To be honest I wasn't expecting much from this movie, having just seen it the previous night. I had high expectations because I am a big fan of Jackie Chan and a fan of Bucky O'Hare (King of the Apes). But I was pleasantly surprised. I'm not going to go into detail but I did think the movie was very good. It was fun and thrilling. It does have some very small flaws, but those are small quibbles compared to the amazing action and special effects in the film. The film stars Chris Tucker as Jake LaMotta, a tough cop with a major drinking problem. His wife has just died and the shock has made LaMotta lose his motivation and drive. He still has his family, his job and his job is getting worse. The film is very tongue-in-cheek and humorous and very gory and brutal. The plot is not complex at all, but the film does have the plot to hold your attention, it just doesn't have the emotional range to pull you in as strongly as other Jackie Chan films. The action sequences are very good and very exciting. The stunt work and special effects are very good. The problem that I have is the script. The plot is very well thought out and well executed, but the dialogue was very weak. I think this may be the weak point of the film. It wasn't a bad script, it just lacked the strength to carry the film. For me, the film is better than average, it had lots of action and some very cool special effects but it needed some decent and strong storytelling to carry the film. I'll give this 8/10. Watch it!
Monday, 11 May 2020 22:46

It is an interesting movie to watch for most of the characters that don't appear in the movie but are just important characters. One of the most interesting things is the relationship between the protagonist and the policeman. The protagonist is a young boy who is studying for his secondary school entrance exams. He is a good kid, he is very strong, he thinks he is the best at his school. When he has a cup of tea with the police officer, the policeman takes him to a room of the academy where he is studying. There he is getting a master's degree in criminal science. He is not always interested in the problem of law and order because he is a very independent young boy. When he shows up to court he shows up with his lawyer and is not able to get a ruling. He looks at the policeman and asks him a question "What does the policeman say to you when you ask a question?" The policeman says "I say that the truth is not always what you think it is" and that is why he has such a hard time deciding what to say in court. The protagonist decides to ask the policeman's questions during the court hearing and that gives him the opportunity to leave the academy. He asks the policeman to teach him the reason for the different laws that exist in the country. The policeman says that every one is to find out what is the meaning of law and order in this country and if they don't understand the law they are to ask the officer. He says the police officers are good and that he wants to be like one of them. The policeman says that the policeman is wrong and he never do anything wrong and that he has done everything he can to help his students, to fight crime and to keep the peace. He also says that when he is on his motorcycle he is not worried about hurting other people and he has done so many things, he is very calm, no matter what happens. The protagonist does not know what to do or how to handle the situation because he has no reason to change the status quo. He is afraid to lose the young policeman who is so much like him in his ability and how he feels. This movie is a little too long and in a few places the dialogue was a bit cheesy but other than that the movie is a very good movie.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 10:39

Kung Fu Action is a Hong Kong gangster flick that ran in English theaters, and it's still very much relevant now. Do you remember when gangsters ruled Hong Kong movies, the traditional gangster movies that starred Johnny Tai Chi-Siu? Well, Kung Fu Action is the first of its kind, and it stars Jimmy Tsang, whom you may have seen as the young agent from the X-Men: The Last Stand. Jimmy Tsang plays Raiden, an ex-head of the Shao Kahn's hit-man gang and he has a backstory as the leader of a terrorist group called the Skywolves. He and his crew murdered one of Tai Chi-Siu's men, and he was sent to prison. When Raiden escapes from prison, he returns to Hong Kong to find out the truth behind the death of his fellow gang member. One of the things I liked about this movie is that it had a Hong Kong feel to it, despite it being set in America. And that was definitely one of the strengths. I liked how it had the real Hong Kong feel, I liked how the cinematography was different and it had a different feel to it. It was very intense and violent. This movie is action packed and definitely has that Hong Kong feel. The characters were all strong, and the antagonists were very memorable, like Tai Chi-Siu. He's one of the most famous gangsters in Hong Kong and he did a great job at showing his emotions. However, I think Johnny Tai Chi-Siu's character was a bit underdeveloped. He was a lot more powerful and meaner than Raiden. In the second movie, he was more involved in the story and he was a character I was more familiar with. I think this movie is very entertaining and it will keep you entertained for a while. Like the first movie, this one is about a character with a tragic background. But, this movie is much more personal. It tells the story of a character who has a tragic past and who wants to change it. And I think this movie will keep you interested. The action in this movie was incredible and the fight scenes were epic. They were bloody, and graphic. The pacing of the movie was perfect and I loved it. It was a very different movie from the previous one. Overall, Kung Fu Action is a great movie and I highly recommend it. It was very entertaining, had very well-written characters, and it had a beautiful Hong Kong feel to it. This was a very entertaining movie, and I would recommend it to anyone.


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