Ip Man: The Final Fight
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Watch Ip Man: The Final Fight before it hits theaters! In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more. What began as simple challenges from rival kung fu schools soon finds him drawn into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads. Now, to defend life and honor, Ip Man has no choice but to fight one last time.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 17
- Fresh: 11
- Rotten: 6
- Average Rating: 5.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Seriously, if not always elegantly, the film portrays the great Ip Man as someone trying to survive, which is to say just as often a victim as a victor.
Fresh: What the pic lacks in stylistic sparks compared with other renditions by Wong Kar Wai and Wilson Yip, it makes up for in sinewy action and traditional values.
Rotten: The overall sense is of a rushed, simplistic installment in a well-worn biography franchise.
Fresh: Enjoyable enough, this colorfully local, nostalgia-tinged tale focuses on the Hong Kong years of an older, gentlemanly kung fu master.
No movie is worth 10 dollars to rent.
Not worth the price!
I suspected when I rented this movie it would not be worth the money, but there's only one way to be sure. I believe this movie gives us insight into the life of Ip Man, and the relationships he had, but not the relationships we want to see. There's nothing about how he learned Wing Chun. There's next to nothing about his relationship with Bruce Lee. The worst part for me was that there was no insight into the intricacies of Wing Chun. The acting was reasonable, and the star is somewhat interesting. The display of Wing Chun is boring, and the story is anti-climatic, and $9.99 to rent is $5.00 too much.
A cheap (albeit not the price) rip off of the two Ip Man movies, starring Donnie Yen, that came before it. Thumbs down!
$9.99 to rent?
It's insane! I don't understand how iTunes acts like a monopoly when it isn't. I constantly pay more here than anywhere else and twice have paid twice due to glitches...and when I complain, they hide behind their policies. Just another nail in the coffin, I guess.