Ip Man has to travel to San Francisco to find a new school for his son who just gets expelled. When he attempts to get a recommendation letter from the Chinese Benevolent Association, he finds that the martial arts masters are furious with one of Ip Man's students who teaches Kung Fu to Americans. Meanwhile, discrimination against Chinese is making things even more tense as Ip Man has to stand up for his fellow countrymen as well.Written by
Donnie Yen and Mark Strange previously worked together on the movie TWINS EFFECT, where Strange played a vampire. See more »
On the wall of Bruce Lee's gym, there is a poster advertising a boxing match between Cassius Clay and Archie Moore at Miami Beach Auditorium. This is a fight that never happened. Moore and Clay -- better known later in his career as Muhammad Ali -- only fought once, in Los Angeles. Miami Beach Auditorium instead played host to Ali's first fight with Sonny Liston. See more »
Uncle Ip is a martial artist. In the face of injustice, I must stand up and fight. That was why we took up martial arts. This is something I very much want to do. Just as you want to cheer leading.
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The fighting scenes were good but the acting was terrible from most of the actors, actually almost all the actors. The scenario and all the conversations are stupid and boring. No twist in the movie, from the first minute i could be able to know what will happen however i still enjoyed the fighting.
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