Jun Ma (Donnie Yen) is a detective with anger issues and his partner Wilson (Louis Koo) is undercover infiltrating a group of young Vietnamese brothers who are attempting to replace the current Triads in Hong Kong. When one of the brothers is arrested Tony (Collin Chou) smells a rat and becomes determined to kill Wilson to free his brother.…
The tactical unit is coming on a regular turn over, and with promotions being issued to unit members and leaders alike, the competition has has bred division between Sam (Simon Yam) and May's (Maggie Sui) respective units. Meanwhile the events of the last film see Fat Tong (Suet Lam) demoted to a driver, and he is beginning to question his place on the force.… Continue
Added by kingofsnake on November 22, 2010 at 10:13am —
During the Taiping Rebellion, Qing General Pang (Jet Li) feins death in order to survive a brutal battle where they were supposed to be supported by the Ho Army, but were abandoned as the battle began. He falls in with some bandits led by Zhao Er-Hu (Andy Lau) and Zhang Wen-Xiang (Takeshi Kaneshiro.) Pang convinces them to join the Qing army to quell the Taiping… Continue
Sun Yu Ting (Alexander Lo) is a powerful streetfighter in search of a master. He befriends a young Shaolin monk and hopes to train with the grandmaster, who refuses to take students because his last student turned out to be a Tibetan Lama who just wanted to steal the Shaolin secret kung-fu. Now he has returned it hopes to destroy the Shaolin for having killed… Continue
Added by kingofsnake on November 15, 2010 at 9:54am —
Hwang Jeong-hak is a blind swordsman and accupunturist who helped form the Grand Alliance in hopes to help protect Korea from the invading Japanese, and the inneffectual beuracracy of the government. The East and West cabinet are constantly at odds, distracting the kind from protecting his country. Lee Mong-hwak sees the opportunity to use the Grand Alliance to… Continue
Added by kingofsnake on November 12, 2010 at 8:30am —
Bumbling loserly rookie traffic cop Sang Hwan (Ryu Sueng-beom) is trained by five chi masters to unlock his potential, just as a sixth master awakes from an extended imprisonment and seeks out the key to Arahan, enlightenment and ultimate power.
This movie sort of reminds me of a kung-fu… Continue
Added by kingofsnake on November 8, 2010 at 10:30am —
CID Officer 'Fat' Tong (Suet Lam) has racked up an impressive debt to a local loan shark Hung (Gordon Lam.) With his job already on the line, he's sunk to stealing money from a crime scene. Sam (Simon Yam) can't protect him for long, no matter how much he wants to, and Fat Tong will have to battle his conscience as well as his debt…
Following the events of the first film Ip Man travels to Hong Kong to open a Wing Chung school, only to find that between the rival masters and the British occupancy, simply being skilled in kung-fu may not be enough.
'Ip Man 2' isn't really on the same level as the first film. 'Ip Man' was… Continue