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Shaolin Soccer Navigation menu VideoShaolin Soccer (2001) Tournament matches - Movie Scene HD Shaolin Soccer. 87 minutes. Action & adventure. Add to Wishlist. $ Rent. $ Buy. With tons of action, eye-popping special effects and nonstop laughs, here's a hilarious martial arts comedy about a team of misfits who take their best shot at winning a championship! Sing is a skilled Shaolin kung fu devotee whose amazing "leg of.
Together they assemble a squad of Sing's former Shaolin brothers inspired by the big-money prize in a national soccer competition. Using an unlikely mix of martial arts and newfound soccer skills, it seems an unbeatable combination Young fighter Sing explains to Fung how knowing kung fu can impact every aspect of your life.
After a humiliating defeat, the team's kung fu power returns to them in a glorious display of speed and agility. If you've already rewatched your old holiday favorites, here are three new films to keep the cheer going all season long.
Get some picks. After a fateful mistake costing his career, an ex-soccer player bum meets a shaolin kung fu student trying to spread the word of kung fu.
The ex-soccer player helps reconcile with his five brothers, and teaches them soccer, adding shaolin kung fu as a twist. Written by ravedragon.
Stephen Chow writes, directs and stars in probably his funniest and most accessible to Western audiences, at least film to date.
Sing Chow is trying to find a way to encourage his countrymen to re-embrace their Shaolin kung fu heritage.
When he meets down-at-heel ex-soccer coach Fung Ng , the pair hatch a plan to form a soccer team with Sing's Shaolin brothers. Unfortunately, these guys have lost their kung fu skills.
Sing resolves to help his brothers regain their dignity, then lead them into a championship showdown with the seemingly unstoppable Evil Team.
He also finds time to fall in love with Tai-Chi baker Mui the usually lovely Vicki Zhao , who gets some of the funniest scenes in the movie.
As a non-Chinese speaker, my experience with Chow's previous films is patchy, his wordplay humour rarely making a decent transition to subtitles.
The comedy here though is mostly physical, possibly even deliberately geared more towards a Western market.
Even the CG is impressive and well used. It's the most entertaining movie I've seen in ages. I was watching the Universe DVD.
Subs are decent enough, without too many typos, and the 'making of' and other extras have English subs also. No need to waste time endlessly browsing—here's the entire lineup of new movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix this month.
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But it was only possible with pen and ink back then, now with the advent of CGI, it can really be done Chow had intended for this film to appeal to a global audience, stating, "I can't rely on the local market, because it's too small, so since Shaolin Soccer it's always my ambition to go international".
Apart from several veteran actors, Chow stated in an interview with Premiere magazine that he cast several people in his entourage who had no prior acting experience before Shaolin Soccer.
Chow comments he made Chan wear Bruce Lee 's yellow-and-black tracksuit because only the goalkeeper "can wear a special uniform. Chow defends his decision to hire non-actors, saying, "In terms of finding talent, I try to bring out the funniest thing I notice about them during casting, if it made us laugh at the casting, it will also do on the big screen.
Zhao Wei, who played the Mandarin-speaking Mui, said it was a different step for her to star in a Hong Kong production.
However, Zhao admitted that she was not impressed with her look with less makeup because she is easily recognisable for her beautiful appearance.
The scenes deleted from the DVD version are the dance sequence in front of Mui's bakery, much of the conversation over Mui's makeover and the blooper reel before the end credits.
Viewers can also access the making of key special effects scenes as well. This version features an English dub with Chow dubbing his own voice and Bai Ling as the voice of Mui.
The site's critical consensus reads: "The plot is utterly ridiculous, and the soccer in the movie is unlike any ever played anywhere on Earth, but watching Shaolin Soccer , you will probably find it impossible to care.
The first of a four volume Shaolin Soccer manhua was published in Hong Kong roughly nine months after the film originally premiered in The characters were drawn with large manga -like eyes and cartoonish bodies, but the artists were careful to retain the likenesses of each actor who portrayed them.
ComicsOne approached noted comic book artist Andy Seto with the idea of creating a two volume manhua -style graphic novel adaptation of the feature film.
Seto attached himself to the project because the film was very popular and, therefore, had "a certain level of marketing value".
Their suggested reading level was age 13 and above. Seto worked to make the novel as faithful to the film as possible but he admits that Stephen Chow's brand of Mo lei tau comedy does not translate well into illustrations.
For example, in the film a group of bar thugs beat up Sing and Iron Head after listening to their lounge -style tribute to Shaolin kung fu.
The following day, Sing seeks out the group and uses his Shaolin skills to beat the thugs using a soccer ball. Fung sees the brawl and comes up with the idea of fusing kung fu and soccer.
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May 5, Rating: B Full Review…. June 3, Full Review…. June 21, Rating: A- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 12, Chow's comedic creativity knows no bounds.
From a soccer field under attack, turned into a war movie sketch, to the gongfu moves on the soccer field where turf and clothes equally go flying--everything is so delightfully kua zhang exaggerated.
The only reason I'm not rating 5 stars is for the lower production value and some unconvincingly awkward chemistry between characters. Letitia L Super Reviewer.
Jun 04, The work of Stephen Chow seems to be both of respect and innovation through comedy. The fact that his films of the past decade introduced Kung Fu as a discipline capable of unrealistic physical and spiritual wonders confirms his vision to be that of comedy rather than spoof, because the essence of martial arts remains there.
Incorporating that to modern settings is an idea beyond ridiculous that few studios with any sanity remnant would accept consciously, including the cheap CGI aspects which suckness is compensated almost completely by the creativity involved in something seemingly superficial, yet actually humble.
Still, the film delivers what it originally set out to do, with a no-holds-barred energy and enthusiasm that so many movies are lacking today. The argument that the film pays homage through comedy can be confirmed with the prolonged version, and not the chopped U.
But it would take three more years for Chow, a name who I miss in the industry, to perfect his vision and bring his trademark amalgamation of genres to complete cohesion.
Edgar C Super Reviewer. Feb 02, Perhaps I need to give that film a second chance. And the thing is, other than the soccer, the formula is pretty much exactly the same as it was in Kung Fu Hustle.
I think part of the problem was, while the film was very much a comedy, there was also parts of it where it took itself too seriously and it just didn't fit with the rest of the film being a Looney tunes kung fu movie.
This movie has its more serious moments but they never detract from the overall quality of the film. This film is simply concerned with being one thing, and that's fun.
It definitely has a low budget feel but that doesn't really matter in the long run, as long as the film entertains. And this film did, in spades.
I don't think it's great, but it is silly and over the top. And that's great, it's always fun to see a movie not take itself too seriously and this might be the ultimate example of a film not taking itself too seriously.
The plot is practically non-existent. It's basically just a showcase for some great slapstick and some cool action scenes mixed with the soccer stuff.
You can certainly check your brain at the door, this film won't require you to do much thinking. You're there to be entertained and hopefully the film can do just that.
I really enjoyed it a lot. Much more than I was expecting, really. Of course if you're a film snob who worships Lars Von Trier and Andrei Tarkovsky, not that there's nothing wrong with admiring these two great filmmakers, then this film won't be your cup of tea.
You've been warned. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Feb 07, After a fatal sports mistake, an ex-soccer player encounters a shaolin kung fu master who is trying to spread the word about kung fu.
Now, the ex-soccer player helps reunite the shaolin master with his five brothers-teaching them the game of soccer.
But this time, kung fu is added to the game. The film starts off in Black and White, allowing us to know why Golden Leg is no longer living in the world of soccer.