Ip Man 4: The Finale (2019) - Action, Biography, Drama

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The Kung Fu master travels to the U.S. where his student has upset the local martial arts community by opening a Wing Chun school.

IMDB: 7.5
Director: Wilson Yip
Stars: Donnie Yen, Scott Adkins
Length: 105 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 12 out of 83 found boring (14.45%)

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We have been fed American propaganda for decades through American movies, and been socially groomed for years, so now a little taste of point of views from other nations is not agreeing with some dull minded and may i say biased people.

Too much Chinese Propaganda .

Boring boring boring........

It's fairly cheap that the Ip Man films have become vehicles for nationalist Chinese propaganda, this level of otp melodramatic patriotism went out in the west in the 50s, and with good reason.

Obvious Propaganda is obvious .

For me the movie was good and enjoyable even though by no means in the same class as the first 3.

They've stuck to the more grounded fight scenes from "Ip Man 3", so none of that flying table fight in "Ip Man 2" and they just seem more practical, save for one particularly ridiculous, but nonetheless entertaining confrontation early on in the movie.

The dialogues were so simple and so boring.

Amazing and adrenaline rushing watching the fight scenes.

This movie is not good as the former ones, because the boring screenplay is just too weak, blend, cliched and contrived, the supporting actors are either too mediocre or overly exaggerated; especially Vanness Wu, who played a role as low level US Marine, a very poor actor without any talent.

I am giving it a 10/10 because the film delivers a strong message against prejudice but also because it was a thrilling and touching movie as well.

Entire film full of touching and intense martial art scene!

This movie exists solely to spread nationalist propaganda and white-man hate.

There's some real emotion here too, and the fights all have a lot of meaning behind them (which made the movie far more compelling).

Full of cliché and highly predictable .

Gripping story and great action scenes!

Overall, the movie was very touching and thrilling at the same time, so I am giving it a 8/10.

The story is bland.

One day, when the modern Chinese Empire is dust, I imagine people will look back on this film in the same way they do at the ludicrous pro-American propaganda of the 50s

Predictable weak story, everything set up with a purpose to fight.

The trilogy of Ip Man was so enjoyable up to this fourth installment.

So exciting so real.

It's a surprise to me how entertaining this genre can be.

The scenario and all the conversations are stupid and boring.

The intense focus on racism, oppression, and the evil United States is truly sad and is incredibly damaging to this otherwise great tetralogy.

The plot was so predictable.

It has no plot, no acting skills, and no moral.

The martial art in this scene also quite intense and watchable!

some viewers are saying this is propaganda.

From the over-the-top caricatures to the slow clap in the final scene ...

There's an incredibly visceral and intense feel to every confrontation.

I enjoyed it-I'm a big martial arts fan-and I would buy it on DVD.

honestly it was boring and without anything new to offer .

This movie was BORING.

Also I really liked addition of Scott Adkins to cast and he played very straight cliche villain and he was both acting and performing action.