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Jackie Chan Presents: Wushu -- Upon arrival to an elite martial arts conservatory, a group of young boys swear an allegiance to each other and form a gang. A decade later at graduation, they unexpectedly cross paths with an evil martial arts master and foil his kidnapping plan. Now, they must put their combat skills to the test in order to defeat this enemy and save their brotherhood.
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Dennis Chan (screenplay)
Ho Leung Lau (writer)
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23 October 2008 (Hong Kong) See more »
The art of combat has a new generation.
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. | Add synopsis »
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Fun enough, not much of a movie, more like a sideshow of wushu See more (5 total) »


  (in credits order)

Sammo Kam-Bo Hung ... Li Hui
Fengchao Liu ... Yang Yauwu

Wenjie Wang ... 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
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cheung-Tak Hung ... Ah-De
Wai Cheung Mak ... The Bookkeeper
Dave Mallow ... Li Hui (English version)
Thomas Nguyen ... Thomas

Directed by
Antony Szeto 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dennis Chan  screenplay
Ho Leung Lau  writer

Produced by
Dennis Chan .... co-producer
Jackie Chan .... executive producer
Colette Koo .... producer
Bin Liu .... line producer: China
John Sham .... executive producer
Carrie Wong .... associate producer
Shirley Yung .... line producer
Original Music by
Jerald Chan 
Allan Lau 
Cinematography by
Ricky Lau 
Gigo Lee 
Film Editing by
Chi-Leung Kwong 
Art Direction by
Andrew Cheuk 
Costume Design by
Connie Au-Yeung 
Makeup Department
Justinpaul Chambers .... hair stylist
Production Management
Tao Jia .... production manager
Ge Yang .... assistant production manager
Changliang Zhong .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dennis Chan .... co-director
Wai Hung Chan .... first assistant director
Di Huang .... second assistant director
Art Department
Tin-Yuet Chan .... props
Hang-Kwan Chiu .... props
Jan-Kwok Chiu .... props
Man Chung .... prop set decorator
Ho-jeung Hau .... props
Dang-Loi Hung .... props
Wai-Yung Jeunng .... props
Kwan-Leung Kot .... props
Sing-Min Lee .... props
Kei-Cheung Mun .... props
Gwan-Ting Yau .... props
Ban Yeung .... property master
Fung-Keung Yeung .... main stage props
Shing-Cheung Yeung .... props
Kwong-Ping Yuen .... property master
Sound Department
Heidi Chan .... foley artist
Heidi Chan .... foley editor
Martin Richard Chappell .... sound (as Martin Chappell)
Sin-kwok Lee .... sound recordist
Mango Mok .... foley artist
Mango Mok .... foley editor
Visual Effects by
Ken Law .... visual effects supervisor
Patrick Tasse .... digital compositor
Hau Chee Cheung .... assistant stunt coordinator (as George Cheung)
Hailong Hu .... stunts
Cheung-Tak Hung .... stunt coordinator (as Douglas Hung)
Zuoqiang Liang .... stunts
Wai Cheung Mak .... assistant stunt coordinator
Peng Ren .... stunts
Antony Szeto .... fight director
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Chan .... camera operator
Kim Wing Kok .... gaffer
Chee Seong Lai .... first assistant camera
Kee Wing Yau .... gaffer
Casting Department
Chuan He .... casting
Editorial Department
Kwok-Wing Leung .... assistant editor
Location Management
Hong Zhang .... location manager
Transportation Department
Zheng Wang .... driver
Yuan Yuan .... driver
Yuan Yuan .... transportation captain
Other crew
Bob Buchholz .... english language director
Yudan Guo .... script supervisor
Wang-Bok Lau .... documentary footage
Crystal Li .... production assistant
Guiwei Liu .... documentary footage
Ran Liu .... production assistant
Xu Liu .... production accountant
Agnès Seelinger .... child acting coach
Zhongren Yang .... documentary footage

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Also Known As:
"Wushu" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Wushu: The Young Generation" - Hong Kong (English title)
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Rated PG-13 for some violence
104 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

In March 2007 the 'Wushu' feature film proposal was officially endorsed by Mr. Zhang Haifeng, Director General of the State General Administration of Sport - China's top governing body of all competitive sports and national competitors in the country.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Making of 'Wushu' (2008) (TV)See more »


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Fun enough, not much of a movie, more like a sideshow of wushu, 23 December 2015

A group of children arrive to a martial art schools and decide to make a team to fight for good and to defeat bad. Travel ten years into the future and they are all grown up and taking part in some sort of competition.

"Jackie Chan Presents: Wushu" has little in terms of plot or good dialogue. But you are not watching these movies for that (anything is a good excuse to have cool fights), even if it helps. But here the fights are not so important either, as the actors showing their skills in the competition (little fighting, more demonstration type) comes over the pure and unadulterated action. It is good enough, but nothing you haven't seen in countless of other movies. Sometimes it even feels a little bit documentary-type. And even if the actors do a good enough job, the material is too thin (like non- existent) to do much with it.

The movie basic message is about how we can and have to fight for our future and how important family and hard-work is, a little bit naive but OK enough.

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