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From director Herman Yau comes his sequel to The Legend is Born: Ip Man starring Anthony Wong (White Vengeance), Eric Tsang (Infernal Affairs), Jordan Chan (White Vengeance), Gillian Chung (The Midas Touch), Anita Yuen (Thunderbolt), Xiong Xin-xin (Tai Chi Zero), Wong Cho-lam (Beauty and the Seven Beasts), and newcomer Marvel Chow.
Ip Man: The Final Fight tells the story of the Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man’s later life in postwar Hong Kong. It delves into his pursuit for romance with a young singer after his wife’s death despite the consternation of his disciples, his relationship with his eldest son, and his thoughts about his most celebrated student – Bruce Lee.
At the same time when »
- Eric Wood
We knew it was coming, and now we know the date we can all finally see it. Herman Yau’s version of the life story of Ip Man (Bruce Lees martial arts master) debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD November 12th. The film depicts a realistic account of Ip Man’s later life in Hong Kong as he struggles against the vicissitudes of life: his pursuit of a romance with a young singer after his wife’s death (against the wishes of his disciples); his relationship with his elder son; and his thoughts on Bruce Lee, who would become his most celebrated student. Directed by Herman Yau (The Legend Is Born: Ip Man), IP Man: The Final Fight stars Anthony Wong (White Vengeance, Infernal Affairs), Eric Tsang (Infernal Affairs), Jordan Chan (White Vengeance), Gillian Chung (The Midas Touch), newcomer Marvel Chow, Anita Yuen (Thunderbolt), Xiong Xin-xin (Shaolin, Tai Chi Zero) and »
The racing movie has been a staple of Hollywood filmmaking for years. From classics such as Le Mans to the modern-day Fast & Furious franchise, there have always been racing movies and there have always been racing movie fans… The latest entry into the racing film genre is Death Race 3: Inferno, which continues the fight to the death Car-nage that the series is famous for. In honour of that films release of, we decided to take a look at the Top 10 Best Racing Films.
10) Initial D: Drift Racer
18-year-old Takumi (Jay Chou) delivers tofu for his hard-drinking dad, and works part time at his best friend’s garage. When he is unexpectedly asked to drive in an upcoming race, Takumi’s shock victory opens up a whole new world of possibilities, and his overnight fame is soon leading him to even more hellraising and dangerous races. But as Takumi pushes »
Looking back at 2012 on what films moved and impressed us, it is clear that watching old films is a crucial part of making new films meaningful. Thus, the annual tradition of our end of year poll, which calls upon our writers to pick both a new and an old film: they were challenged to choose a new film they saw in 2012—in theaters or at a festival—and creatively pair it with an old film they also saw in 2012 to create a unique double feature.
All the contributors were asked to write a paragraph explaining their 2012 fantasy double feature. What's more, each writer was given the option to list more pairings, with or without explanation, as further imaginative film programming we'd be lucky to catch in that perfect world we know doesn't exist but can keep dreaming of every time we go to the movies.
How would you program some »
- Daniel Kasman
4 items from 2013
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