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Michael Cole over 2 years ago
By far my favorite Stephen Chow film
Megan Lee almost 5 years ago
the humor is so broad. i love it tbh
Kevin Barrett 5 years ago
An amateurish movie which some manages to be entertaining.
Kakra almost 7 years ago
Jibran Khan almost 7 years ago
Meryovi 7 years ago
I definitely loved this movie! A must-see!
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Pretty freaking funny. A lot like Kung Pow but with soccer. Go watch it.
Lowfill Tarmak over 7 years ago
Simply hilarious
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
Abriel Jenshus 10 months ago
Daniel Rouco over 1 year ago
Dee T. over 1 year ago
Güner Durmaz over 2 years ago
Chris Majchrzak over 2 years ago
Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Shana Beale over 2 years ago
Kevin Claudio over 2 years ago
Shaolin Soccer is a 2001 Hong Kong comedy film co-written, directed by and starring Stephen Chow. A former Shaolin monk reunites his five brothers, years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play soccer and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses. In 2008 a sequel, produced by, but not starring Stephen Chow, was released entitled Shaolin Girl. Very few of the cast from the original film made an appearance. Sing (Stephen Chow) is a master of Shaolin kung fu, whose goal in life is to promote the spiritual and practical benefits of the art to modern society. He experiments with various methods to inform the modern world about shaolin kung fu, some of which include comedic song and dance routines, but all bear no positive results. He then meets "Golden Leg" Fung (Ng Man Tat), a legendary Hong Kong soccer star in his day, who is now walking with a limp, following the treachery of a former teammate Hung, now a rich businessman. Sing explains his desires...
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