Ip Man: The Final Fight - A Review
Ip Man: The Final Fight is a 2013 Hong Kong biographical martial arts film directed by Herman Yau, starring Anthony Wong, Anita Yuen, Jordan Chan, Eric Tsang and Gillian Chung. It is based on the life of the Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man. This film is the sequel of The Legend Is Born: Ip Man but has no connection to the earlier Ip Man films, such as Wilson Yip's Ip Man and Ip Man 2, and Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster.
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The film covers the later years of Ip Man's life in Hong Kong, from his arrival in 1949 to his death in 1972. It depicts his struggles with chronic gastric pain, his relationship with his wife and son, his friendship with a White Crane master, his challenges from rival kung fu schools, and his involvement with the Triads. The film also features a brief cameo of Bruce Lee, one of Ip Man's most famous students.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its realistic portrayal of Ip Man's personality and martial arts skills, as well as Anthony Wong's performance. Others criticized the film for its lack of focus, historical accuracy, and emotional depth. The film also suffered from comparisons with the previous Ip Man films, which were more popular and successful.
Ip Man: The Final Fight is available in 1080p resolution on various online platforms. You can watch the trailer [here]. If you are a fan of Ip Man or martial arts films in general, you might enjoy this film as a tribute to the legendary master. However, if you are looking for a more engaging and thrilling story, you might be disappointed by this film.
: Ip Man: The Final Fight - Wikipedia
: Ip Man: The Final Fight (2013) - IMDb
: Ip Man: The Final Fight - Rotten Tomatoes