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Jackie Chan Presents: Wushu (2008)
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Ten years ago, five students joined a martial arts school and learned the disciplines of Wushu and the bonds of friendship. Today, both will be put to the test after they and a former student stumble into a child kidnapping ring.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Li Hui
Fengchao Liu ...
Yang Yauwu
Li Yi
Phoebe Wang ...
Fong Fong (as Wang Fei)
Yongchen Liu ...
Xiao Zhang
Yachao Wang ...
Li Er
Junjie Mao ...
Xiao Yi
Dong Wei ...
Young Li Yi
Zhicheng Liang ...
Young Yang Yauwu
Xin Liu ...
Young Fang Fang
Yao Shi ...
Young Xiao Zhang
Dezhou Wu ...
Young Li Er
Jin Zhang ...
Guo Nan
Nan Tie ...
Ke Le
Jing He ...
Zhang Ting


Ten years ago, five students joined a martial arts school and learned the disciplines of Wushu and the bonds of friendship. Today, both will be put to the test after they and a former student stumble into a child kidnapping ring.

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The art of combat has a new generation.


Action | Drama | Family

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

23 October 2008 (Hong Kong)  »

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Jackie Chan Presents: Wushu  »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Yongchen Liu, the actor who played Xiao Zhang, was sent to hospital twice during the shoot - once when he took a badly timed punch to his temple region from actress Junjie Mao, and a second time when he took a strong kick to his head by actor Yachao Wang during the shooting of their kick boxing tournament scene. See more »


Referenced in Wushu Cannes 2008 (2008) See more »

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22 March 2009 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

There's been a lot of hype about this film, and as a fan of kung fu films I've been looking forward to seeing it. The other thing that made me interested is the director, Antony Szeto, cause I saw his first film Dragon Blade in the theaters. Dragon Blade was a kid's computer animated film but the martial arts action in it is far more superior to the jumping around camera shots used for the fights in Kung Fu Panda. And Dragon Blade had a well thought out story to it, unlike the run of the mill production-line senseless stories that have been coming out of Hong Kong over the last ten/fifteen years. In Wushu, the director again gives us something unexpected, and again a well thought out story. As a family film it has something for everyone and I enjoyed myself throughout it. The story of the kids growing up in a poor single parent family is both touching and current, and I thought the way wushu as a sport was presented was very smart. Sammo Hung's performance as the father and teacher was surprisingly good... he should have got an award for it! Though the fight scenes in it don't number enough to satisfy the die hard action over all else fans, the main fight scene where Sammo comes up against the main bad guy is fantastic edge of the seat stuff. All in all, I laughed at the fun parts, was touched by the father-son relationship, was excited by the action, and amazed by the skills. This film was all out good entertainment... and in the end isn't that what we all pay to watch a film for?

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