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Credited cast:
 Yang (as Jacky Wu)
Billy Chow ...
 Tun (as Billy Chow Bei-Lei)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yik-Man Fan ...
(as Amy Fan Yik-Meng)
Chan Hoi
(as Ying-Hung Kara Hui)
Ng Jing
Wong Kwun
Hey-Tai Man
Lan Shun ...
(as Lau Shun)
Tak-Mau Sun
Qiao Tan ...
 Master wind chasing kicks
Heung-Tung Tsui
Sun Wong
Kit-Mui Yeung
Hai Yu


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Release Date:

27 September 2003 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

The Tai Chi Master  »

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1.33 : 1
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Great inspiration to all practicing and good mood to everyone else
25 February 2006 | by (Odessa, Ukraine) – See all my reviews

Well, this movie looks like low-budget and also quite old, so I had some trouble to resolve the puzzle with names (against 1993 movie with Jet Li aka "Twin Warriors") but Yuen Wu Ping is also there among directors and this movie is a must for anyone practicing Tai Chi or other martial arts. There's a light comic and lyrical storyline telling us about the founder of the famous Yang Tai Chi style Yang Lu Chan - how he got into Cheng family and took Tai Chi out of ancestral family protection to the wide world. What is real great in this movie is the amount and quality of fight scenes, it's 2 hours of superb martial arts work. I bet fight choreographers put in this film more job than anyone else in the movie. And the level of performers is also very high. Besides group scenes with general plans we have a number of one-on-one fights where much of moves are shown in slowed details. It's a very good inspiration for all practicing people. I watched it twice in two weeks since I have it at home and already 4 in two month, and it doesn't get me tired, only gives taste for more practice. Not to speak about the wonderful character of Yang Lu Chan, whom everybody calls "kid" and his ever-smiling eager or serene face shining with purity of heart, along with charismatic Cheng Chang Xing teacher and other bright characters like master Tan Han Ching (bagua master) and lots of others (kinda hard to remember all their names) should be able to make this movie enjoyable not only for fight scene reasons and bring good cheerful mood to everyone!

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