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Wushu, 1 DVD, 99 minutes


Yi et Er, âgés de 10 ans, arrivent dans une école d'élite des arts martiaux , formés par leur père Li Lui, ils s'entraînent avec 3 autres jeunes et deviennent la meilleure équipe de combattants de l'école. 10 ans plus tard, confrontés à un gang dangereux, ils vont devoir utiliser leurs compétences athlétiques pour les transformer en armes de combat...

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I thoroughly enjoyed this film 10 de agosto de 2016
Por SquirrelCutter - Publicado en
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It is silly/campy in parts but for the most part the action is top-shelf and the storyline isn't a total loss by any stretch. It is stylized like most Chinese films and you have to kinda have a clue about how those people live over there to fully appreciate what the characters are talking about and why they feel the way they do. (I'm from Texas, btw, so I'm not exactly an expert on this stuff)

I like the characters, especially how they are introduced as children and then reappear as young adults. Fun watch, truly amazing action, not a waste of my money at all. Sammo Hung could stand to lose a few kilograms :)

Will watch again.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Jackie Chan presents, but dose not star in, Wushu 6 de marzo de 2010
Por S. Gordon - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Ok, first thing I should get out of the way is that Jackie Chan's name is all over this DVD, but aside from a brief appearance at the Cannes film festival found in the special features, Jackie is nowhere to be seen. I know undoubtably people will buy this and gripe that Jackie's not in, don't be one of them. Jackie's "big brother" Sammo Hung is the top billed star, here he plays a wushu teacher and widow raising his two sons at a martial arts academy. The first part of the movie is a kid's story about Sammo's boys and three other children (two boys, one girl) they meet at the academy, they train together and become BFFs after rescueing a helpless puppy. Then the movie kicks into high gear as the kids become adults in training for a wushu competition, rivalries and romances blossom, and just when you say I've seen this all before, a gang of human traffickers enter the picture. The baddies are fronted by a former disciple of Sammo's, so you know their's gonna be a student-teacher smack down, who kidnapes twin boys from his academy. All this must be taken care of before the final tournament can be judged.

Yup, you probably have seen most of this before in other martial arts films, but don't get me wrong, Wushu has plenty of charms of it's own. First, just about any movie starring the great Sammo Hung is worth seeing, even though he is getting older and fatter, he still is one of the best and his fight scene towards the end is a must see. Really, as expected with a title like Wushu, there are a lot of excepental kung fu fight scenes, most of which look quite realistic. The actors are all pleasant and give likable performances, the only drawback other than the familarity of the story, is that it kinda drags a little bit in the middle.

One final note, as with a number of other Lionsgate DVD realses Wushu comes with it's original language track with subtitles, which is great and I would recommend seeing this one, but the dubbed track is a nightmare. It's like the worst dubbed kung fu movie dialogue ever, flatly written and badly performed. Just a head's up.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It's a kung fu movie for kids but it's not worth the money 6 de marzo de 2010
Por Cestmoi - Publicado en
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- It's a kung fu movie for kids.
- The acting is stiff, forced, and exactly like kiddy stuff.
- The editing is terrible. There are a lot of scenes where they're so poorly cut and pasted that I can clearly see they are two separate scenes combined together.
- The film is not funny.
- Jackie Chan is one of the producers but he did not act here.
- Most of the fighting scenes look amateurish. This is understandable because most of the fighters are kids and teens. However, even the main fighting scene at the last 15 minutes is not good either. Samo Hung's fighting is much better in other movies.
- In short, even on the standard of family movies, this is not worth the money.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 28 de octubre de 2014
Por Yasunori Yamamoto - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Ok, I wish it was in Blu-ray
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good movie don't want to go into to much detail ... 28 de febrero de 2015
Por Cornelius - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Good movie don't want to go into to much detail but Jackie Chan is the producer and Sammo Hung is in the movie also and you have some new faces as well.

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