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In 1935 in Foshan, south China, there are martial arts schools on every street corner. Ip Man is the undisputed martial arts champion, yet he has not devoted himself to teaching. Despite this, it seems that all the kung fu masters of the city are eager to fight him to improve their reputation.
During the Japanese invasion of 1937, when a wealthy martial artist is forced to leave his home and work to support his family, he reluctantly agrees to train others in the art of Wing Chun for self-defense.
This film deserves a 10/10 rating for it's realistic portrayal of the Japanese occupation of China. The mood and setting is exactly as it was during the 1930's in Foshan. Yip Man is seen in his home with his wife and son when patriarch of the Liu Fist Sect comes to visit him seeking a challenge. He says to Yip man that whatever the outcome of the contest between them, it would be a secret as to who won. Yip Man replies that he was just having lunch and asks his guest if he had dined. His guest replies no and so Yip Man invites him to lunch, after which they begin.<br/><br/>Yip Man takes his opponent apart and exposes his errors in defence. In the end the grateful master acknowledges his defeat to the highly skilled Yip Man. However unknown to them both someone has seen the match and blabs the result to the townsfolk.<br/><br/>Ip's reputation is further enhanced when he defeats an aggressive, rude, highly skilled Northern Chinese martial arts master, Jin Shanzhao, thus upholding the regional pride of fellow Southern stylists and others in Foshan.<br/><br/>The Japanese invasion in 1937 adversely affects the life of everyone in Foshan. Ip's house is claimed by the Japanese and used as their Foshan headquarters. Ip and his family lose their wealth and are forced to move into a decrepit house. Desperate to support his family, Ip accepts work as a coolie at a coal mine.<br/><br/>The Japanese General Miura, who is a Karate master, establishes an arena where Chinese martial artists compete with his military trainees. The Chinese earn a bag of rice for every match they win. Li Zhao, a former police officer and Ip's acquaintance, is now working as a translator for the Japanese and is making the offer to the martial artists working as coolies. Ip at first declines to participate in the matches. However, when his friend Lin goes missing, he agrees to take part in order to investigate. He is enraged when he sees a fellow Foshan master (Master Liu) mercilessly executed for picking up a bag of rice from a prior victory after giving up in a second match against three karatekas. He also comes to understand that Lin was killed in an earlier fight. Barely able to contain his rage, Ip demands a match with ten Karatekas at once. Despite having not practiced Wing Chun since the invasion began (in order to conserve what little food his family had to survive), he proceeds to mercilessly crush each of them with a brutal yet efficient barrage of his martial art mastery, showing barely any of the restraint he exhibited in previous engagements. His skill arouses the interest of Miura, who seeks to learn more about Ip and see him fight again.<br/><br/>Ip visits his friend Chow Ching-chuen, who owns and runs a cotton mill in Foshan. Chow tells Ip that a highway robbery gang led by Jin Shanzhao is harassing his workers and extorting money from them. Ip trains the workers in Wing Chun for self defence. Meanwhile, Miura grows impatient when Ip does not return to the arena and sends men to find Ip. These men harass Ip's family, and Ip incapacitates them. Ip and his family then go into hiding at Li Zhao's house. Meanwhile, the robbers return to the cotton mill to demand money. The workers fight back using the techniques that Ip taught them. Just then, Ip appears and defeats Jin Shanzhao, warning him never to harass the workers again.<br/><br/>The Japanese soldiers eventually find Ip at the cotton mill. Miura tells Ip that his life will be spared if agrees to instruct the Japanese soldiers in martial arts. Ip refuses and challenges Miura to a match, which Miura accepts, both because of his love for martial arts and because refusing the challenge would be a humiliation to the Japanese. The match between Ip and Miura is held in public in Foshan's square. At first, the two fighters seem equally matched, but Miura becomes overwhelmed and is unable to fend off Ip's attacks as he effortlessly uses him as a Wooden Dummy, inflicting a severe beating on him and clearly winning.<br/><br/>As the beaten general lies down after his defeat, Ip looks over to the crowd and hears the Chinese cheering him; within the crowd, he spots his wife and child with Chow. Just then, Miura's deputy Sato shoots Ip. This sparks a scuffle between the Chinese audience and the Japanese soldiers. During the scuffle, Li Zhao kills Sato with Sato's own gun. Ip is taken away amidst the chaos. It is revealed that he survives and escapes to Hong Kong with his family. There, Ip establishes a Wing Chun school, where his students come to include Bruce Lee.<br/><br/>Donnie Yen is superb in his portrayal as Ip Man. The rest of the cast puts in superb performances. Sammo Hung directs the excellent fight choreography. All in all director Wilson Yip does a great job.
I was not expecting anything too special from "Ip Man" (2008). After watching countless martial arts movies with Steven Seagal and JCVD, I was convinced that this genre could not offer anything new except a worn out formula plot and some special effects-generated martial arts sequences. After all, Steven Seagal movies are not creating the same kind of buzz that they did when "Under Siege" was in theatres.<br/><br/>Yet what a difference good acting, a fine script, and a great soundtrack makes. Donnie Yen (who plays the martial arts master Ip Man) is not only very good at martial arts, but he is also a brilliant actor. Yen delivers a completely believable performance as the martial arts master who loves his family and lives his life according to Confucian principles, but then becomes so enraged by Japan's wartime atrocities in the late 1930s that he takes revenge against the Japanese. In addition, Yen is joined by other actors who are just as talented, such as Hiroyuki Ikeuchi as the malevolent Japanese general Miura (who grudgingly admires Ip Man) and Tenma Shibuya as his sadistic, cowardly sidekick Colonel Sato (who, in my opinion, is an even nastier villain than the general).<br/><br/>The plot in many ways resembles past martial arts movies, but also contains several fresh elements. To begin, "Ip Man" focuses considerable attention on human nature, including Ip Man's close relationship with his family and friends. As a result, the characters in "Ip Man" come across as multidimensional and authentic human beings rather than as cardboard personalities. We even end up caring for the characters in "Ip Man," which is why we understand Ip Man's feelings of rage against the Japanese (for killing a few of his friends). This movie also features a big fight right at the end. I have big fights before in the Rocky movies, the Karate Kid trilogy, and the Bloodsport films, but this one is more exciting than all them. I think part of the reason why is because this movie achieves the rare effect of making us understand why the big fight at the end matters so much to Ip Man and his arch nemesis General Miura. <br/><br/>Lastly "Ip Man," in addition to being great entertainment, is also a nationalist picture and arguably anti-Japanese. The first scenes with the Japanese are deliberately manipulative. The Japanese soldiers' faces are not shown as they shoot down unarmed Chinese civilians. Yet crucially the faces of the victims are in full view. Scenes like these are designed to make the audience sympathize with the Chinese, while viewing the Japanese soldiers as less than human. Another scene with strong nationalist connotations shows Ip Man telling General Miura defiantly, "I'm just a Chinese man." A loud drum beat is heard in the background to emphasize this reply as simultaneously an act of defiance and national affirmation. Yet although Chinese nationalism and anti-Japanese bias are fully exploited here, these elements do not undercut the film. Only right at the end, when the narrator's words are beamed on the screen, does the nationalist propaganda truly get silly -- though fortunately those sequences are in the last two minutes of the film.
Like his narrative, Yip's aesthetics are more muted and traditional than those of well-known florid imports "Hero" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." Yet such modesty is in tune with his soft-spoken protagonist, and also provides clean, sharp views of Yen's awe-inspiring skills, which, in choreographer Sammo Hung's thrilling one-against-many skirmishes, make literal the term "fists of fury."
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