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Ip Man: The Final Fight (2013) More at IMDbPro »Yip Man: Jung gik yat jin (original title)

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Ip Man: The Final Fight -- Legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man finds himself drawn into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads. In order to defend life and honor, he has no choice but to fight one last time.
Ip Man: The Final Fight -- In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more.  What began as simple challenges from rival kung fu schools soon finds him drawn into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads.  Now, to defend life and honor, Ip Man has no choice but to fight - one last time.
Ip Man: The Final Fight --  In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more, when what begin as simple challenges from rival kung fu styles soon draw him into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads. Now, to defend li


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Release Date:
28 March 2013 (Hong Kong) See more »
In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more... See more » | Add synopsis »
2 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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Satisfying but Flawed See more (18 total) »


  (in credits order)

Anthony Chau-Sang Wong ... Yip Man
Gillian Chung ... Chan Sei-mui
Jordan Chan ... Tang Shing

Eric Tsang ... Ng Chung
Marvel Chow ... Wang Dong
Zhou Chuchu ... Jenny
Timmy Hung ... Leung Sheung
Luxia Jiang ... Le King
Xin Xin Xiong ... Local Dragon
Ip Chun ... Stall owner with phone
Anita Yuen ... Cheung Wing-Sing

Kai Chi Liu ... Lee Yiu-wah
Cho-Lam Wong ... Blind Chan
Jonathan Wong ... Ngai Tong
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leo Au-Yeung ... Fat Choi
Aki Chan ... Worker
Cho Kwai Chee ... Queen Mary Hospital Doctor
Queenie Chu ... Sophie
Hark-On Fung ... Chess Onlooker

Ash Gordey ... Superintendent of Police
Junlica ... Worker
Lam Chi Kit ... Dentist
Yiu Kin Kong ... Disciple of Pak Hok Pai
Koon-Lan Law ... Madame Lee Yiu Wah
Ken Lo ... Ngai Pa Tin
Joe Luk ... Luk Fu
Au Tsui Yea Maggie ... Queen Mary Hospital Nurse
Hoi Mang ... Chess Onlooker
Mulhall ... Disciple
Donny Ng ... Ng Chan
Wang Qinxi ... Daughter of Lee Yiu-wah
Sebastian ... Disciple
Kasey Tang ... Worker
Chalie Wong ... Worker
Jia Hui Wu ... Loan-shark
Ding Xiaolong ... Monkey
Liang Xinwen ... Daughter of Lee Yiu-wah
Huangli Xu ... Daughter of Lee Yiu-wah
Lu Yangyang ... Daughter of Lee Yiu-wah
Chen Yanxi ... Son of Lee Yiu-wah
Junjie Zhang ... Disciple of Ip Man
Songwen Zhang ... Ip Chun
Lv Ziying ... Son of Chan Sei Mai

Directed by
Herman Yau 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Erica Lee  screenplay

Produced by
Chi-Wai Fung .... line producer (as Fung Chi Wai)
Catherine Hun .... co-producer
Cherry Law .... co-producer
Albert Lee .... producer
Kwok Lam Sin .... executive producer
Kwok Lam Sin .... producer
Albert Yeung .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jan Hung Mak  (as Brother Hung)
Cinematography by
Kwong-Hung Chan (director of photography) (as Joe Chan)
Film Editing by
Wai Chiu Chung  (as Azrael Chung)
Production Design by
Raymond Chan 
Costume Design by
Thomas Chong 
Makeup Department
Ling Mei .... assistant makeup artist
Pingjie Peng .... makeup artist
Production Management
King Chu Chan .... assistant production manager (as Chan King Chu)
Kewen Chen .... production manager (as Chen Kewen)
Chun Kenug Cheung .... unit manager (as Cheung Chun Kenug)
Chungui Huang .... assistant production manager (as Huang Chungui)
Kin Yi Leung .... assistant production manager (as Leung Kin Yi)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gang Cao .... second assistant director (as Cao Gang)
Jianya Hung .... on set assistant director (as Hung Jianya)
Tsz Pun Ko .... assistant director (as Ko Tsz Pun)
Art Department
Kung Chan .... propsman (as Chan Kung)
Guoxia Chen .... propsman: PRC (as Chen Guoxia)
Hongling Chen .... propsman: PRC (as Chen Hongling)
Haifeng Guo .... propsman: PRC (as Guo Haifeng)
Haizhen Guo .... propsman: PRC (as Guo Haizhen)
Qingzheng Guo .... propsman: PRC (as Guo Qingzheng)
He Jiang .... propsman: PRC (as Jiang He)
Youli Jin .... propsman: PRC (as Jin Youli)
Cheuk Lam Ko .... assistant art director (as Ko Cheuk Lam)
Wai Ming Lam .... props master (as Lam Wai Ming)
Hailin Lv .... propsman: PRC (as Lv Hailin)
Yidon Lv .... propsman: PRC (as Lv Yidon)
Hexin Sun .... propsman: PRC (as Sun Hexin)
Hiu Ting Tsang .... assistant art director (as Tsang Hiu Ting)
Chen Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Chen)
Cheng Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Cheng)
Futao Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Futao)
Hongsheng Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Hongsheng)
Hui Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Hui)
Xiaodong Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Xiaodong)
Xingkun Wang .... propsman: PRC (as Wang Xingkun)
Guoshun Wu .... propsman: PRC (as Wu Guoshun)
Lixin Xu .... propsman: PRC (as Xu Lixin)
Chi Man Yang .... propsman (as Yang Chi Man)
Renqiu Yu .... propsman: PRC (as Yu Renqiu)
Yuntao Zhao .... assistant art director (as Zhao Yuntao)
Di Hui Zhou .... propsman: PRC (as Zhou Di Hui)
Guoming Zhu .... props master: PRC (as Zhu Guoming)
Meili Zhu .... propsman: PRC
Sound Department
Gerald Leung .... a.d.r. recordist
Leo Au-Yeung .... wing chun consultant
Marvel Chow .... wing chun consultant
Chung Chi Li .... action choreographer
Kwok Lam Sin .... action choreographer
Camera and Electrical Department
Kin Man Ng .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Yuangang Bi .... tailor (as Bi Yuangang)
Ching Man Chan .... assistant costume designer (as Chan Ching Man)
Bingrong Dai .... tailor
Yinzhang Gu .... tailor (as Gu Yinzhang)
Yangzi Han .... assistant costume designer (as Han Yangzi)
Mei Hong .... wardrobe assistant (as Hong Wei)
Weigen Ju .... tailor (as Ju Weigen)
Siu Mei Lee .... assistant costume designer (as Lee Siu Mei)
Hongxia Li .... tailor (as Li Hongxia)
Jiqing Li .... wardrobe assistant head (as Li Jiqing)
Chunyan Tan .... wardrobe assistant (as Tan Chunyan)
Deqin Tang .... wardrobe assistant (as Tang Deqin)
Jun Hui Wang .... assistant costume designer (as Wang Jun Hui)
Xiulin Wang .... tailor (as Wang Xiulin)
Yunsheng Wu .... wardrobe assistant (as Wu Yunsheng)
Changcui Yan .... tailor (as Yan Changcui)
Shidong You .... wardrobe assistant (as You Shidong)
Yuanyuan Zeng .... wardrobe assistant
Suqin Zhang .... tailor (as Zhang Suqin)
Yimin Zhang .... tailor (as Zhang Yimin)
Ming Zhu .... wardrobe assistant head (as Zhu Ming)
Other crew
Yanli Cao .... tea maker (as Cao Yanli)
Bingqiang Chen .... tea maker (as Chen Bingqiang)
Chunhua Chen .... on set production assistant (as Chen Chunhua)
Houbin Chen .... on set production assistant (as Chen Houbin)
Yuanhan Chen .... on set production assistant (as Chen Yuanhan)
Zhi Chen .... continuity (as Chen Zhi)
Tsun Man Chow .... assistant director assistant (as Chow Tsun Man)
Ip Chun .... advisor and consultant
Yin Dong .... on-set manager
Cheng Jun Guo .... location manager (as Guo Chengjun)
Xuwei Huang .... production accountant assistant (as Huang Xuwei)
Sam Kwan .... script researcher
Eric Lee .... script researcher
Jiaxing Li .... on set production assistant (as Li Jiaxing)
Yi Chun Li .... assistant director assistant (as Li Yiu Chu)
Shan Liu .... production accountant (as Liu Shan)
Lingchao Meng .... on set production assistant (as Meng Lingchao)
Dashun Tao .... on set production assistant (as Tao Dashun)
Chunqi Wang .... traffic coordinator (as Wang Chunqi)
Fei Wang .... on set production assistant (as Wang Fei)
Jin Wang .... on set production assistant (as Wang Jin)
Piao Wang .... on set production assistant (as Wang Piao)
Yoncai Wang .... on set production assistant (as Wang Yoncai)
Zhonghan Wang .... on set production assistant (as Wang Zhonghan)
Biao Xu .... on set production assistant (as Xu Biao)
Jie Yang .... on set production assistant (as Yang Jie)
Yanpeng Yang .... on set production assistant (as Yang Yanpeng)
Liduan Zhao .... accommodation (as Zhao Liduan)
Pingan Zhao .... on set production assistant (as Zhao Pingan)
Yuelin Zhao .... assistant: Herman Yao (as Zhao Yuelin)
Qingjian Zhu .... on set production assistant (as Zhu Qingjian)

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Also Known As:
"Yip Man: Jung gik yat jin" - Hong Kong (original title)
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Rated PG-13 for martial arts violence and some drug material
100 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Opening film for the 37th Hong Kong International Film Festival.See more »
Anachronisms: When Ip Man arrives in Hong Kong in 1949, he is nearly struck by a Volkswagen Type 2 (aka Camper or Minibus). The first Type 2's were not produced until mid-November 1949 and the vehicle was not available for sale until 1950.See more »
Movie Connections:
Seven Lonely DaysSee more »


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2 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Satisfying but Flawed, 9 August 2013
Author: mrrockey from Canada

Ip Man: The Final Fight is another knockoff of Wilson Yip's Ip Man films once again directed by Herman Yau. It shows the final years of Ip Man's life and has a more somber tone to it compared to the previous films. But is that a good or bad thing, let's take a look!

Firstly, I want to talk about our new Ip Man, Anthony Wong. When I first heard that he's our new Ip Man, I wasn't pleased. I thought that Wong looked too tough and hard-edged to play a guy who's supposed to be humble and peaceful. But when I saw this film, he won me over. The difference between Anthony Wong's Ip Man and Donnie Yen's Ip Man is that Yen is supposed to be the kinda guy who's always had the perfect life. He was always sitting at home, drinking tea, practicing Wing Chun, and having meals with his family. Anthony Wong's Ip Man has some of those traits as well but he's also a man who's gained a lot of wisdom from his experiences. His version of Ip Man, while still humble, is a little more aware of his abilities and isn't afraid to show it off here and there. Both portrayals are great but you can't really say one is better because they're playing different ages at Ip Man's life.

Secondly, the story. While the earlier films are essentially action movies, this one is more of a historical drama which I actually kinda like! After the first film, the Ip Man series had problems trying to incorporate action into the plot but there's a lot less of that here. It focuses more on Ip Man's later life in Hong Kong being told in a somewhat somber tone and it's actually pretty compelling. So the story for me gets a thumbs up!

The problems with this movie is the continuity, the villain, and the lack of Bruce Lee. I'm still not completely sure about this movie's continuity. I think it's supposed to be an alternate continuation of the first Ip Man movie with Ip Man first being introduced to Hong Kong and mentioning he fought the Japanese before but then I thought, didn't he also do that in The Legend is Born: Ip Man? So I have no fricking idea whether or not the first Ip Man movie is canon with this film. There's also a really forced villain in this movie. He's so over-the-top and comic-book like, it doesn't quite fit with the tone of this movie. I really wish one day, someone will make an Ip Man movie that has action but doesn't have a villain. I'm also surprised by the lack of Bruce Lee in this film. He's probably the reason Ip Man is famous in the first place so I was really disappointed with his lack of screen-time in this film.

Overall, it's not perfect but I certainly prefer it over the previous two Ip Man films so I say check it out! 6/10.

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