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True LegendSu Qi-Er retired from his life as a renowned Qing dynasty general in order to pursue his dream of a family and his own martial arts school. But peaceful days can't last long when his vengeful adopted brother kidnaps his son and leaves him for dead...
Actors of "True Legend"
Characters of "True Legend"
Directors of "True Legend"Woo-Ping YuenBirthdate: 1 January 1945, Guangzhou, China
Creators of "True Legend"Chi-long To
Critic Reviews of "True Legend"Hollywood ReporterJune 17, 2011
Diverting but unmemorable martial arts feature unlikely to become a classic.Globe and MailJune 17, 2011
Somewhere between masterful and messy, Yuen Woo-ping offers lots of kinetic kicks, but his CGI work deserves a kick in the pants.Newark Star-LedgerMay 13, 2011
A silly and yet often enjoyable action film, the movie isn't so much a winking homage to those late-'70s Hong Kong exports as another entry...New York PostMay 13, 2011
Fans don't go to martial-arts movies for the story. They want action -- and Yuen doesn't disappoint.New York Daily NewsMay 13, 2011
Fans who've been waiting 15 years for the director of "Drunken Master" to helm a new movie definitely won't be disappointed.Los Angeles TimesMay 12, 2011
A hodgepodge of styles, "True Legend" works best as a freewheeling showcase for Yuen's dazzling fight sequences above any sort of cogent storytelling.We Got This CoveredMarch 25, 2013
Great fight scenes and diverse martial arts make for a very entertaining film.Cinema WriterJanuary 27, 2012
suffers from an erratic narrative pace, shoddy characters and an overuse of digital gimmickry, all of which create the impression of an ersatz epic spectacleJam! MoviesJune 17, 2011
Serious to the point of silliness, True Legend offers nothing new, but it steals adroitly.Las Vegas WeeklyJune 09, 2011
Comes off less like the work of an old master and more like the mediocre imitation of one.Reel ReviewsMay 30, 2011
This gnarly beast -- written by To Chi-long -- is epic in scopeSlant MagazineMay 21, 2011
Opting for craziness over coherence, True Legend at least expends its energy in the right place.
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