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Tai Chi II (1996)
"Tai ji quan" (original title)

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A young Tai Chi master fights Opium smugglers with the aid of his powerful braid while wooing a girl.


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Credited cast:
Hawkman / Jackie
Christy Chung ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Cheng ...
Lam Wing
Chuen-Hua Chi ...
Da Bu Liang (Bald Villian)
Billy Chow ...
Wong, Great Kick of the North
Sibelle Hu ...
Jackie's Mother
Te-mao Jin
Shun Lau ...
Officer Tsao
Qiao Tan ...
Hai Yu ...
Yeung Shan-Wu


A young Tai Chi master fights Opium smugglers with the aid of his powerful braid while wooing a girl.

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tai chi | opium | wire fu | martial arts | hair | See more »


Action | Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

14 March 1996 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Tai ji quan  »

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The final fight between Jacky Wu and Darren Shahlavi took sixteen days to film. See more »


In the All Region DVD version, wires are visible in the final fight scene. See more »


Follows Tai-Chi Master (1993) See more »

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Excellent Kung Fu Movie
13 December 2000 | by (Stockton, California) – See all my reviews

Once again, Yuen Woo-Ping has directed another highly entertaining period kung fu movie. He seems to be very good at that. The story is fairly typical, revolutionaries and opium smugglers in turn-of-the-century China. The action is what counts. There is a lot of martial arts in this movie. Jackie Wu, who I believe studied at the Beijing wushu institute, is impressive. He does a lot of good wushu and tai chi. Yu Hai and Billy Chow also show up and do some impressive moves. The bad guy from Fong Sai Yuk 2 and New Legend of Shaolin makes an appearance and copies "Iron Head Rat" from the original Drunken Master film. There are a lot of wires as well as authentic wushu and tai chi so be warned. I also liked the fact that there is actually a relationship in this movie that goes somewhere, something I rarely see in a kung fu movie. Sibelle Hu and Christy Chung are also pretty. Overall an entertaining kung fu flick.

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