Kung Fu Dunk [2-Disc Edition]

Kung Fu Dunk [2-Disc Edition]

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Original Name  功夫灌籃 [雙碟版]
Official Release Date Mar 28, 2008
Starring Jay Chou, Charlene Choi, Eric Tsang, Chan Pak Lam
Director Zhu Yanping
Screen Format Anamorphic Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby Digital 5.1
Language Mandarin, Cantonese
Subtitles Chinese, English
Year 2008
Running Time 98 minutes
Genre Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIA
Not suitable for children.
PAX-Code PAX0002112641
Catalog No.  DVD88342
Item Code  4717415883420


Jay Chou is the martial artist Fang Shijie in this stunning slam-dunk film. His talent in shooting hoops from practically any angle is applauded by a small time hustler Zhen-li (Eric Tsang). Li sees Shijie¡'s potential and becomes his agent. Under the guise of helping Shijie, who was abandoned in the woods some 20 years ago, to find his parents, Li makes Shijie the star of a university team in playing varsity basketball. The initial hostility and objection from team captain Ting-wei (Chen Bo-Lin) and power forward Xiao-lan (Baron Chen) is soon gone when they know only with their combined strengths can they take on adversaries on the basketball court against their evil rival team.


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kobe78 (325) on 09, Aug. 2010 10:37 (HKT)
Jay Chou fans, buy this!
For Jay Chou fans, this would be a movie not to be missed. The rest of us may find the movie a bit unrealistic and Jay's character maybe even a bit annoying. Charlene Choi is under-used in this movie. Pity!
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alwc37 (4) on 01, Oct. 2008 23:12 (HKT)
Very little Kung Fu but Great film non the less
I didn't expect much from this when I bought it but I liked the kid in Initial D so I figured what the heck. The movie was fantastic, I was shocked.

There is actually very little kung fu in it and the one fight scene was very well done, but the majority of the movie is about basketball and all the cool moves these kids can do. Think the Globetrotters with out the corny ass music.

Only drawback was one scene near the end with his teachers, I wont spoil it but you'll know it when you see it. This is why it got a 4 instead of a 5. That scene was so out of place it was like watching another movie all together. I have just skipped it every other time I have watched it. Other then that though, movie was Fantastic. Highly recomend
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