Ip Man 2

Ip Man 2

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Original Name  葉問 2
Official Release Date Jun 25, 2010
Starring Donnie Yen, Sammo Hung, Huang Xiao Ming, Xiong Dai Lynn, Simon Yam, Calvin Cheng, Fan Sui Wong, To Yue Hong, Kent Cheng, Pierre Ngo, Darren Shahlavi
Director Wilson Yip Wai Shun
Screen Format Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby Digital
Language Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles English, Chinese
Year 2010
Running Time 109 Minutes
Genre Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIB
Not suitable for young persons and children.
PAX-Code PAX0003242070
Catalog No.  BRD1009
Item Code  4895024953595


  • This is a used item. If not otherwise mentioned below, spine card is included for titles that originally came with spine cards.
  • 1080p / Interactive menu
  • Capacity: 50GB Dual Layer


During the Sino-Japanese War, Ip Man (Donnie Yen) protected the dignity of Chinese by his wushu (Martial art). As he had beaten the Japanese army and mode them mad, he had to escape. After the war, the family lived in Foshan and experienced hardship. Ip therefore went to Hong Kong to start a new page with his family in 1949.

Ip's family arrived Hong Kong. Fortunate enough to have Leung Kan (Pierre Ngo), the chief editor of a newspaper, lending his roof to him for leaching Wing Chun there. A young man Wong Leung (Huang Xiao Ming) gathered a few of his boxing friends and asked Ip to be their master. Ip then had his first group of pupil.


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Total votes:5

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ronal_tda (65) on 30, Jul. 2012 14:35 (HKT)
great legend
im a fan of donnie Yen, and this movies proof why
great sequel
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roycck (273) on 12, Sep. 2011 22:37 (HKT)
Best Martial Arts Film Since...
Donnie Yen reprise his role as Ip Man in this much anticipated part 2 of the series. I bought the 2dvd version and now i own the 1 dvd version as well!
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anthonywijaya78 (286) on 15, Apr. 2011 11:54 (HKT)
Deserves SIX stars! Superb film!
As much as I liked the first Ip Man release, #2 is even better! Ip Man 2 rivals other great films like "Rocky", with a stand-up-and-cheer boxing match at the end of both films.
The only problem I had with this film is that Donnie Yen smokes several times in the film. A true martial arts master would NEVER put tobacco drug poisons into his body
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Doctor Forbidden (26) on 12, Sep. 2010 14:58 (HKT)
A worthy follow-up to a good film
Not much remains to be said of Donnie Yen’s second outing as Wing Chun Grandmaster Ip Man. A competently-lensed and thoroughly enjoyable action film, the film recreate 1950s Hong Kong complete with grimy alleys and corrupt cops. Having arrived in Hong Kong not long ago and expecting a second child by his wife (Xiong Dailin), Grandmaster Ip takes to giving Wing Chun lessons to eke out a living. This plan runs into trouble when Master Hung (Sammo Hung), a Hung Gar sifu who is also head of the coalition of martial arts schools in Hong Kong, intervenes. This results in a violent rivalry that is only contained when Twister, a British Boxer (assayed by British Iranian martial artist Darren Shahlavi) kills unbending Master Hung in an impromptu match. Determined to restore the dignity of the Chinese Hong Kongers, Grandmaster Ip accepts a challenge to meet Twister in the ring.

The production quality of Ip Man 2 is every bit as high as its predecessor, and the writing equally solid. When the action choreography relies on the considerable skills of Yen, Hung, and Shahlavi, the film is absolutely fantastic. However, when obvious wire-fu is called upon to facilitate the action in more than one scene, the action disappoints more than impresses. Sammo Hung, who was also the action choreographer and director for this film as he was in the previous, delivered the goods, but the attempts to augment the performers’ talents with wires and/or CG were not good ones.

In conclusion, Ip Man 2 is an excellent but not perfect film. Nuanced performances from Donnie Yen, Sammo Hung, and Darren Shahlavi, as well as the use of genuine Wing Chun in the fight scenes, make the film memorable and even allow it to shine. A worthy follow-up to a good film.
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megami1 (4) on 05, Aug. 2010 20:10 (HKT)
best film i never seen with Donnie...
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