Small-time con man, Jiro (Shunsuke Matsuoka), makes his living tricking small businesses out of large sums of money. In the process he acquires a helpmate Kumiko, a refugee from her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Small-time con man, Jiro (Shunsuke Matsuoka), makes his living tricking small businesses out of large sums of money. In the process he acquires a helpmate Kumiko, a refugee from her ...
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Caesar M (ru) wrote: Now I've the other two Donnie Yen Ip Man movies and decided to checkout what often's called Ip Man 0. If you've seen the other two Donnie Yen movies everything here will seem like downgrade. The Legend Is Born: Ip Man is about Yip Man's resistance against invading foreigners, along with his romantic relations while under the tutelage of three Wing Chun masters. Everything in this movie never felt effective nor was interesting. The plot is all over place and tries to handle to much plot with no success. It attempts to tell something significance of the early years of Yip Man life, except the movie will leave little impact on you when it's over. The characters never developed, there is plenty of weak plot points, and there's even Ninjas in the mix. The subtitles also keep messing up Ip Man name, you spell it Ip Man not Lp Man. The cast do a decent job in their roles, except Dennis To who tried to hard to look like Donnie Yen. The fight scenes are nice to watch, but they're pretty standard stuff. The fight scenes are also more over the top and none of them really stand out in any way. So overall everything feels downgraded and inferior to the Donnie Yen Ip Man films. The Legend Is Born: Ip Man is a forgettable Martial Art film that's not worth your time. It's not a good Ip Man movie and you won't miss anything if you don't watch it.
darryl c (fr) wrote: how brilliant was this film when i first saw it! the cast, including anthony mackie, dainel sunjata, percy boutte and anjonue ellis, is an embarassment of riches. evans' visual style is like jazz for the eyes. i hope he is shooting his follow-up to this very successful feature.
Rick L (gb) wrote: This should have been a difficult adaptation of Graham Swift's novel - full of unfilmable inner-monologues but Schepisidoes a brilliant job of opening up the book for the film. It's a poignant road -cum-buddy movie, with brilliant performances from Caine, Hemming, Courtenay, Hoskins and a very moving performance from Helen Mirren.
Marc (de) wrote: Been trying to get to this forever now.
HungYa L (gb) wrote: Watched Cry Freedom years ago and it was also my first movie about Apartheid of South Africa. Absolutely love Denzel Washington's portrayal of the famous Steven Biko and Kevin Kline Donald Woods. One gets encouraged by Steven Biko's brevity, intelligence and daring to dream. A most fabulous film directed by Sir Richard Attenborough. Would like to see it again and again and again...
arjane x (ca) wrote: I saw this when I was about 4 and the scene in the church basement still makes me cry every damn time.. It's about the failed assassination of Himmler and though I can't seem to find a copy anywhere, the impact of this story will be forever etched in my cranium.
Muhammad K (fr) wrote: Great movie, just like a Alfred Hitchcock's movie
Jeremy H (fr) wrote: An excellent film that tugs at your heart strings from different angles. Very close to the book.