Master Z: Ip Man Legacy (2018) - Action, Biography, Crime

Hohum Score

18

Watchable

While keeping a low profile after his defeat by Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi gets into trouble after getting in a fight with a powerful foreigner.

IMDB: 6.5
Director: Woo-Ping Yuen
Stars: Jin Zhang, Dave Bautista
Length: 107 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 55 found boring (14.54%)

One-line Reviews (33)

But it's enjoyable for a watch.

Quite entertaining...

There are many intense fighting scenes.

Entertaining with Flaws .

Working from a script by the team that penned the trilogy, produced by Yen and blessed with Zhang Jin reprising his role as loser Cheung Tin-chi, all the elements for a swift, creative wuxia entertainment are present and accounted for, among them exciting fights, luscious 1960s costume design and So.

Furthermore, the make-up works and the costumes also looked so fake and pretentious.

And also, it's sort of predictable.

And luckily so, because this turned out to be a rather good and entertaining movie.

too much fighting and lack of storyline .

) Regardless of whether you've seen the Ip Man movies or not, those who are into Asian action movies should find this enjoyable enough.

Action scenes are pretty much perfect to accompany a daily basic but still compelling storyline.

I thought it was a good film at first but I found myself often falling asleep on several scenes, which proved the entire film pointless and it's only a quick grab of cash.

Not only that, the story is stretched out to a considerable length, leading to some dull patches and long sections where characters disappear for a long time (such as the hero's son.

Very dramatic and action packed with elaborate set pieces and destructive fight scenes.

Apart from that, all of this film is still worth watching

The final fight between Zhang and Bautista was very well-choreographed and fully entertaining.

In my opinion, this movie would not outshine its prequels (Ip Man 1 & 2) due to the simplism in storyline, nevertheless it is still an action-packed, fun and entertaining movie.

The fluidity of the fight sequences is stunning.

Visually Stunning & Just Plain Funny .

Thank you so much Woo-Ping Yuen (the director), Edmond Wong and Tai-lee Chan (the writers), Jin Zhang, Dave Bautista, Michelle Yeoh for allowing us all to experience this action packed story.

The acting is good, although the characters are a bit cliché, but overall, it's an entertaining and enjoyable martial arts film.

Instead ended with something that left you feeling empty and wanting more.

Great movie, definitely worth watching .

Acting acceptable; outcomes predictable.

It's predictable when you only like watching films from a certain country or continent.

If you enjoy martial arts movies, then you should watch "Master Z: Ip Man Legacy" because it is both entertaining and also have an abundance of nicely choreographed and executed martial art scenes and sequences.

Working from a script by the team that penned the trilogy, produced by Yen and blessed with Zhang Jin reprising his role as loser Cheung Tin-chi, all the elements for a swift, creative wuxia entertainment are present and accounted for, among them exciting fights, luscious 1960s costume design and So.

two guys will stand and posture and look intensely/admiringly at each other for far too long before a fight resumes (Sigh...

I think it has the right balance of fight scenes and drama and the story is engaging enough.

Entertaining if formulaic tale of Wing Chun Master Cheung Tin-chi, basically following up the events of 2015's "Ip Man 3", with Jin Zhang reprising his role from the earlier movie.

Mildly entertaining, only comes alive during the last 10 minutes.

Outdated ,repetitive formula that stuck in the 2000s .

Great movie, definitely worth watching - Mites comes to director Woo-ping Yuan, Best performance by Jin Zhang, and Michelle Yeho.