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Shaolin Soccer Shaolin Soccer Video少林足球 Shaolin Soccer 2001 (Full movie) - Stephen Chow - Comedy - Hong Kong - 720p - Indo Subtitles After a fateful mistake costing his career, an ex-soccer player bum meets a shaolin kung fu student trying to spread the word of kung fu. The ex-soccer player helps reconcile with his five brothers, and teaches them soccer, adding shaolin kung fu as a twist. Together they assemble a squad of Sing's former Shaolin brothers inspired by the big- money prize in a national soccer competition! Using an unlikely mix of martial arts and newfound soccer skills. Kung Fu Hustle Shaolin Soccer Dvd Lot. Condition is "Like New". Shipped with USPS First Class. We usually ship within 3 business days. Shaolin Soccer () is available on Netflix United States. A young Shaolin follower reunites with his discouraged brothers to form a soccer team using their martial art skills to their advantage. A down-and-out ex-soccer player joins forces with a former monk to assemble an unlikely team of players to win the China Super Cup soccer tournament. Shaolin Soccer (Chinese: 少林足球) is a sports comedy film directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead role. A former Shaolin monk reunites his five brothers, years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play football and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses. Shaolin Soccer. 87 minutes. Action & adventure. Add to Wishlist. $ Rent. $ Buy. With tons of action, eye-popping special effects and nonstop laughs, here's a hilarious martial arts comedy about a team of misfits who take their best shot at winning a championship! Sing is a skilled Shaolin kung fu devotee whose amazing "leg of.
Wei Zhao Mui. Cecilia Cheung Team Moustache Player 1. Karen Mok Team Moustache Player 2. Vincent Kok Team Puma Leader. Li Hui Banana Peel Girl.
Zhang Mingming Little Hung. Stephen Chow Director. Lee Lik-Chi Director. Stephen Chow Writer. Kan-Cheung Tsang Writer. Lee Lik-Chi Screenwriter.
Kwok-fai Yeung Producer. Min Hun Fung Writer. Stephen Chow Executive Producer. Daniel Lam Executive Producer. Top Critic. March 26, Full Review….
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View All Critic Reviews Mar 12, Chow's comedic creativity knows no bounds. From a soccer field under attack, turned into a war movie sketch, to the gongfu moves on the soccer field where turf and clothes equally go flying--everything is so delightfully kua zhang exaggerated.
The only reason I'm not rating 5 stars is for the lower production value and some unconvincingly awkward chemistry between characters.
Letitia L Super Reviewer. Jun 04, The work of Stephen Chow seems to be both of respect and innovation through comedy. The fact that his films of the past decade introduced Kung Fu as a discipline capable of unrealistic physical and spiritual wonders confirms his vision to be that of comedy rather than spoof, because the essence of martial arts remains there.
Incorporating that to modern settings is an idea beyond ridiculous that few studios with any sanity remnant would accept consciously, including the cheap CGI aspects which suckness is compensated almost completely by the creativity involved in something seemingly superficial, yet actually humble.
Still, the film delivers what it originally set out to do, with a no-holds-barred energy and enthusiasm that so many movies are lacking today.
The argument that the film pays homage through comedy can be confirmed with the prolonged version, and not the chopped U. But it would take three more years for Chow, a name who I miss in the industry, to perfect his vision and bring his trademark amalgamation of genres to complete cohesion.
Edgar C Super Reviewer. Feb 02, Perhaps I need to give that film a second chance. And the thing is, other than the soccer, the formula is pretty much exactly the same as it was in Kung Fu Hustle.
I think part of the problem was, while the film was very much a comedy, there was also parts of it where it took itself too seriously and it just didn't fit with the rest of the film being a Looney tunes kung fu movie.
This movie has its more serious moments but they never detract from the overall quality of the film.
This film is simply concerned with being one thing, and that's fun. It definitely has a low budget feel but that doesn't really matter in the long run, as long as the film entertains.
And this film did, in spades. Lingua Estrangeira. Share this Rating Title: Shaolin Soccer 7. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.
User Polls When you hear the word 'football' Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Stephen Chow Mui as Vicki Zhao Yin Tse Banana Peel Girl Cecilia Cheung Team Moustache Player 1 Karen Mok Team Moustache Player 2 Vincent Kok Little Hung Pu Ye Dong Edit Storyline After a fateful mistake costing his career, an ex-soccer player bum meets a shaolin kung fu student trying to spread the word of kung fu.
Taglines: Kick some grass! Edit Did You Know? Trivia Stephen Chow said he was inspired by the animated series Olive et Tom, Champions de foot Goofs In the English dub the team "mo gui dui" is translated into "Team Evil", even though that has nothing to do with the original name, a better translation is "Devils" or "Demons".
Quotes Sing : [ to an enraged Hooking Leg ] Please calm down. Anger destroys the soul. Hooking Leg Second Brother : Calm down? If I didn't calm down, I would have killed you guys sooner!
Crazy Credits Outtakes are shown before the credits. Watch Now. Featured Clips. Now Playing: Shaolin Soccer - Fusion. Related Titles. This revelation, coupled with the constant bullying from her overbearing boss, leads Mui to disappear.
Team Shaolin enters the open cup competition in Hong Kong, where they chalk up successive and often ridiculous one-sided victories. They end up meeting Team Evil in the final, owned by none other than Hung.
Team Evil had been injected with an American drug , granting them superhuman strength and speed, making them practically invincible, and they bring Team Shaolin back to reality when Team Evil's amazing capabilities prove more than a match for them.
After Team Evil takes out Team Shaolin's goalkeepers, Mui, who has shaved her hair and improved her face, reappears to keep goal for Team Shaolin.
In their final attack, Team Evil's striker leaps into the sky and kick the ball with enormous force towards Mui; she uses her martial art to divert and stop it, thus preventing a goal.
Mui and Sing combine their martial skills and rocket the ball downfield. The ball plows through Team Evil's goal post, thereby scoring the winning goal.
Sing is then thrown into the air in celebration as the trophy is presented to him and his team. A newspaper article then shows Hung being stripped of his title of soccer chairman and sent to jail for five years, while Team Evil players are permanently banned from playing soccer professionally.
Sing goes out for a morning walk and feels happy to see people practicing Kung Fu. The camera pans to the poster of Sing and Mui who have married and become famous, for winning a world championship in bowling among other things.
The inspiration for Shaolin Soccer came from Chow wanting a unique premise for a martial arts action film. Actually the 'over the top' CG and kinetic soccer moves were an inspiration that came from the classic Japanese manga series Captain Tsubasa.
The animation was very big in Hong Kong over ten years ago when it swept kids of all ages and even adults loved it.
It has a cult following in Europe as well. But it was only possible with pen and ink back then, now with the advent of CGI, it can really be done Chow had intended for this film to appeal to a global audience, stating, "I can't rely on the local market, because it's too small, so since Shaolin Soccer it's always my ambition to go international".
Apart from several veteran actors, Chow stated in an interview with Premiere magazine that he cast several people in his entourage who had no prior acting experience before Shaolin Soccer.
Chow comments he made Chan wear Bruce Lee 's yellow-and-black tracksuit because only the goalkeeper "can wear a special uniform. Chow defends his decision to hire non-actors, saying, "In terms of finding talent, I try to bring out the funniest thing I notice about them during casting, if it made us laugh at the casting, it will also do on the big screen.