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Below average action film
All I can say is Mission: Impossible II has 6.1 rating and this film has 6.3 ????!!! Really?
Acting and script are poor. Guy is recognized as intoxicated with alcohol, then suddenly he is sober as a judge!!!
Action sequences were far below average. Not worth watching.
Inherit the Wind (1960)
God against Sciene
A masterpiece. A battle between science and religion. In the end, the science wins.
12 Angry Men (1957)
A perfect movie
Why this movie didn't win Oscdgement.ar? Watch and you make your own judgment.
Olympus Has Fallen (2013)
Typical American senario. Predictable, unrealistic and totally waste. Don't bother watching this.
Baai ga jai (1981)
A Wing Chun Movie which Outclasses all Wing Chun Movies
Recent Wing Chun movies are based on a story on Yip Man and use numerous filmography techniques. The Prodigal Son is based on simplicity. It is funny, has its serious side, and applies simple yet effective wing chun moves. I have seen nearly all wing chun movies, but I have watched Prodigal Son many times. You won't be disappointed unless you prefer fights based on one against million people using wires to fly around and over exaggerations. 10/10.
Yip Man 3 (2015)
Ip Man 4? I doubt it. But Great fight scenes in this one.
Although I expected Tyson to be more involved in the script, but overall the movie is highly entertaining with great fight scenes.
Half way through the movie I had the urge to go to the bathroom, but the movie was so action packed that I had to wait until the end.
One criticism is if the story introduced Bruce Lee, then he had so little part in the story. His introduction was mainly based on him teaching Yip Man dance.
Ip man 1 and 2 were great. Ip Man 3, which is perhaps the last of the series, failed to offer a meaningful ending. Hence one may be puzzled.
I know Wing Chun is an efficient technique, but somehow, it has been highly exaggerated in the movie industry going back to the time of Sammo Hung's movie "Prodigal Son". However, it is not really the technique itself, but who is behind any technique in a combat.
Neither of Ip Man movies depict the true life of him but the scripts and fights are well done.
By the way, based on IP Man 2, he had two kids. In this one there is only one!!!