IP Man 3Set in 1959, the movie follows Ip Man as he is settling into his low-profile life in Hong Kong. However, when a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a play to take over the city, he is forced to make a stand.
Actors of "IP Man 3"
Characters of "IP Man 3"
Directors of "IP Man 3"Wilson Yip
Creators of "IP Man 3"Tai-lee ChanLai-yin Leung
Critic Reviews of "IP Man 3"VarietyJanuary 29, 2016
Less offensively nationalistic than the second installment but falling short of the glowing humanity, genial Cantonese humor and visual flair of the first, the pic is somewhat tarnished by its pedestrian plot and limp characterization.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 28, 2016
Yen is appealing, the story moves right along, and the martial arts sequences are (to my untrained eye) impressive. In short, a good enough conclusion to the Ip Man saga.RogerEbert.comJanuary 22, 2016
"Ip Man 3" is pretty much what you'd expect, but there's something extra special about an action movie that ends not on a moment of triumph but one of introspection.Globe and MailJanuary 22, 2016
The plot of the film is pretty silly, but it functions largely as a fight-delivery system, and on that level it's relatively successful.Detroit NewsJanuary 22, 2016
Early in "Ip Man 3," Yip is visited by a young Bruce Lee, and Yip decides he's not ready for training. But if it led to an "Ip Man 4," who'd complain?Philadelphia InquirerJanuary 22, 2016
The only real spark in the film is provided by Yen's costar Zhang Jin as Cheung Tin-chi, an upstart devotee of the wing chun school intent on knocking Ip off his hallowed throne atop Hong Kong's martial-arts pantheon.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 08, 2016
Anyone with the most glancing interest in action movies, especially martial arts movies, has really no choice but to see it.MovieFreak.comAugust 16, 2016
[Yen's] performance is glorious, the actor embodying this martial arts legend with grace, dignity, passion and charisma to burn.Seanax.comJune 26, 2016
... a handsome production and busy film with plenty of activity around a simple plot that stitches together familiar martial arts movie clichés.Epoch TimesMay 05, 2016
'Why am I crying at the awesomeness of this fight?' Because it's art. Martial arts produce the same response as that 'Marriage of Figaro' aria in 'The Shawshank Redemption.'The Straits Times (Singapore)May 05, 2016
This swinging between extreme silliness and the poker-faced hero worship of Ip Man the character makes this more an exercise in pastiche than a movie.
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