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Wong Kar-Wai's The Grandmaster spars with the legend of Ip Man

3 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
The Weinstein Company's 108-minute cut of The Grandmaster may not be the epic Wong Kar-Wai originally intended, but it's fleet and silvery in its own right. In the late 1930s, an aging martial-arts master from Northern China, Gong Yutian (Wang Qingxiang), treks to the South to find its best fighter...
Film

As Tears Go By (Wong gok ka moon)

NR
Drama
Film

In the Mood for Love (Fa yeung nin wa)

PG
Drama, Romance
Film

The First Monday in May

PG-13
Documentary
At one hectic point in Andrew Rossi's The First Monday in May, a documentary outlining the production of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's hugely popular "China: Through the Looking Glass" exhibition, Chinese film director Wong Kar-wai declares, "Seeing too much is seeing nothing." Wong is one of many creative consultants on this exhibition, and...
Film

Days of Being Wild (A Fei zheng chuan)

NR
Drama
Film

Chungking Express (Chung Hing sam lam)

PG-13
Drama, Romance
Film

Fallen Angels (Duoluo Tianshi)

NR
Comedy, Drama
Film

The Grandmaster (Yi dai zong shi)

PG-13
Action/Adventure, Drama
The Weinstein Company's 108-minute cut of The Grandmaster may not be the epic Wong Kar-wai originally intended, but it's fleet and silvery in its own right. In the late 1930s, an aging martial arts master from Northern China, Gong Yutian (Wang Qingxiang), treks to the South to find the best fighter. He's already heard about one standout: Ip Man...
Article

Flick Pick: The Grandmaster

3 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
The Weinstein Company’s 108-minute cut of The Grandmaster may not be the epic Wong Kar-Wai originally intended, but it’s fleet and silvery in its own right. In the late 1930s, an aging martial-arts master from Northern China, Gong Yutian (Wang Qingxiang), treks to the South to find its best fighter...

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