Tai Chi II (1996)

Tai Chi II


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This Hong Kong martial arts thriller stars Jacky Wu as a Tai Chi master who is waging war against both police and outlaws who are allowing China to be flooded with opium. Meanwhile, he's also vying to win the heart of a revolutionary who possesses both beauty and brains (Christy Chung). ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Art House & International
Directed By: ,
On DVD: Sep 1, 1998



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Awesome sequel of Jet Li's kung-fu epic film, but this is plenty of comedy with Jackie Wu who looks like a young Li as his martial arts are fast, crisp and smooth. His character is a bit of a smartass, but it works well within the story. Its a cute story and every five minutes of so...boom great martial arts sequences!
Yuen Woo-Ping has directed another highly entertaining period kung-fu movie and the story is fairly typical, revolutionaries and opium smugglers in turn-of-the-century China.
Yu Hai and Billy Chow also show up and do some impressive moves. There are a lot of wires as well as authentic wushu and tai chi so be warned. I also liked the fact that there is actually a relationship in this movie that goes somewhere, something I rarely see in a kung fu movie. Sibelle Hu and Christy Chung are also pretty.

Dean McKenna

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