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    The Grandmaster

    The movie is inspired by the life and times of the legendary kung fu master, Ip Man. The story spans the tumultuous Republican era that followed the fall of China';s last dynasty, a time of chaos, division and war that was also the golden age of Chinese martial arts.
    Duration: 130 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2013
    IMDb: 6.6
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  • Actors of "The Grandmaster"

  • Characters of "The Grandmaster"

    Ip Man. Character of The Grandmaster
    Iron Shoes. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Cung Le
    Master Gong Yutian. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Qingxiang Wang
    Mr. Hung. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Elvis Tsui
    Zhang Yongcheng. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Hye-kyo Song
    Master Yong. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Kar-Yung Lau
    Shorty. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Chau Yee Tsang
    Uncle Deng. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Hoi-Pang Lo
    Master Rui. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Shun Lau
    Gong Er. Character of The Grandmaster
    Played by: Ziyi Zhang
  • Directors of "The Grandmaster"

    Kar-Wai Wong. Director of The Grandmaster
    Kar-Wai Wong
    Birthdate: 17 July 1956, Shanghai, China
  • Creators of "The Grandmaster"

    Kar-Wai Wong. Director of The Grandmaster
    Kar-Wai Wong
    Birthdate: 17 July 1956, Shanghai, China
  • Critic Reviews of "The Grandmaster"

    January 03, 2014

    The movie's problems are, in part, those of a great artist trying something new. It's a fine mess.

    Miami Herald
    August 31, 2013

    The Grandmaster blends right in with Wong's body of work, a gorgeous meditation on the importance of sorrow and lament. This one just happens to have kung fu, too.

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    August 30, 2013

    It ranks with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Hero and House of Flying Daggers as one of the most elegant and beautiful martial-arts films to play American screens.

    Rolling Stone
    August 30, 2013

    You leave this deeply flawed, deeply beautiful film with no doubt that you've seen an indisputable cinematic grandmaster in action.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    August 30, 2013

    Wong Kar Wai is an expressionist master. A master of character - deep, rich, truthful character - especially in The Grandmaster, he is not.

    Detroit News
    August 30, 2013

    "The Grandmaster" can feel stiff at times, and something is doubtlessly lost in translation. But the precision and magic of Wong Kar Wai's camera is so captivating it doesn't matter.

    Washington Free Beacon
    July 14, 2016

    Wong Kar Wai's latest film is by turns elegant and frustrating, beautiful and hard to track, sumptuous and spartan.

    The Film Stage
    June 28, 2016

    The Grandmaster thrives on the raw talent of its author.

    Epoch Times
    June 18, 2016

    Kung fu masters kick dents in iron railings. These 'magical' things are artist renditions of the super-normal abilities that can be developed through years of practice.

    Bangkok Post
    May 10, 2016

    Wong's touch remains deft, his whims trustworthy, and his indulgence is still carried over from the screen and becomes our own.

    Independent Online (South Africa)
    March 02, 2016

    Eventually, the story becomes as much an atmospheric lament about what has been lost, as it is a kinetic celebration of how kung fu adapted to the changing times.

    Fan The Fire
    April 09, 2015

    The narrative structure is a little shaky at times, and it perhaps inhabits too many genres to be fully successful in any of them, but my goodness it's compelling.

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