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Yip Man 3 is a movie starring Donnie Yen, Lynn Xiong, and Jin Zhang. When a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a play to take over a local school, Master Ip is forced to take a stand.

Genres
Biography, Action, History, Drama
Director
Wilson Yip
Starring
Jin Zhang, Lynn Xiong, Mike Tyson, Donnie Yen

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Product details

Genres Biography, Action, History, Drama
Director Wilson Yip
Writer Edmond Wong, Tai-lee Chan, Lai-Yin Leung
Stars Jin Zhang, Lynn Xiong, Mike Tyson, Donnie Yen
Country China, Hong Kong
Also Known As O Grande Mestre 3, Ip Man: A védelmező, Diệp Vấn 3, Ip Man: Keishou, Γιπ Μαν 3, Ip Man 5, Ip Man III, Ip Man 3D, Ip Man 3, 葉問3, イップ・マン 継承, 叶问3, Dragon Master, Priča o Ip Manu 3
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a play to take over a local school, Master Ip is forced to take a stand.

Top reviews

Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 17:02

I was fortunate enough to get a sneak preview of The Legend of Zuandu ,and while it is better than the 2 previous films,it is by no means a great film. The screenplay for this film had the chance to be really great.But the filmmakers have done a lot wrong with the material.The main problem is that the screenplay is so cliched that it falls flat.The film is only a vehicle for Hong Kong actors (most of whom are not even that good in the first place). The main problem is that the actors do not really impress the viewers.The Chinese cast is just as one-dimensional as in the previous films.The villain is like a henchman and a love interest.Just not scary at all.The plot is really weak in my opinion,like how it is made clear that the film is not really about some order but about Zuandu's revenge against his murderer,it is obvious that this was a cop out.The ending is very predictable,however if the movie was a little more explosive then it could have been a lot better.Overall ,a lot of what I liked about the previous films has been ignored by the makers and the sequel is just a big disappointment.The only thing that made me smile was a scene with an old hunchback playing with the sleeping baby.The baby in this film was not adorable and it would have been more better if they had taken out the scenes with him.If you are looking for a fast-paced action movie with lots of explosions,cliches,macho looking villains, and aliens ,the Legend of Zuandu is not for you. This movie is just a really good movie that fails to reach any heights.While the first film was a masterpiece in the martial arts genre ,it just lacked substance.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 04:25

I'm not a big fan of martial arts films. I've never really cared much for them. But I was riveted in the first half hour of this movie. The action scenes are intense. The fight scenes are spectacular. The fight scenes were astonishing. But there was one thing that I really couldn't believe. The young Chinese guy who was supposed to be one of the main characters of the film. I mean the boy's name is Wei Yang. But in the film he is one of the main characters. Why? There is no explanation for it. I guess he got special treatment from the studio. The kid has really beautiful features, but his face is not much to write home about. The bad guy is a total wimp. He is not at all the tough guy in the first film, and his fighting skills are really not that good either. He is weak. I thought the kid would have been a lot more interesting in the film. But instead of being a strong fighter Wei Yang seems to be more like a cute little guy. It looks like he doesn't really have much of a personality at all. The film was really long, and I really don't understand why the director wanted to go for such a long duration. I can't really believe he spent so much time on the fights. It seems like he spent a lot of time on the fight scenes, and less time on character development. In the first film he didn't develop much of anything at all, except for the fact that he is a wimp. But in this film he develops into a decent character. The way the film is structured, one can't really argue with the choice of length. It is very intense, and I really can't understand why the director wanted to go for a long duration. It seems like it was forced. I like Kung Fu films, but this is not one of them.


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