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Damian Campo almost 2 years ago
Better film than the first one. It includes combats between kung fu and boxing.
Davis Keck 2 years ago
So THIS is what it's like to have the bad guys be a really racist representation of you.
Max Perdon over 4 years ago
When you thought he couldn't get any more badass.
Kalel almost 6 years ago
Not as good as the first one but some great fight scenes and good story. Worth a watch!
Dylan F.M. almost 6 years ago
Like Ip Man, but with more fighting and less meaning.
Kakra 6 years ago
9.7/10
David Anthony over 6 years ago
Excellent sequel action-semi-documentary about the life of the legendary Yip Man.
Ramachandran Guna over 6 years ago
for country
Sean LaFleur over 1 year ago
Allison over 1 year ago
Türkü almost 2 years ago
Nicholas Fong Zheng Wei almost 2 years ago
EGORAL 2 years ago
Mtt J over 2 years ago
Nagoku over 2 years ago
Matt Campbell almost 3 years ago
Kevin Claudio almost 3 years ago
Tasnim Saiduzzaman almost 3 years ago
Christophe Cheval over 3 years ago
Daniel Lozano over 3 years ago
Ip Man 2 is a 2010 Hong Kong biographical martial arts film loosely based on the life of Ip Man, a grandmaster of the martial art Wing Chun. A sequel to the 2008 film Ip Man, the film was directed by Wilson Yip, and stars Donnie Yen, who reprises the leading role. Continuing after the events of the earlier film, the sequel centers on Ip's movements in Hong Kong, which is under British colonial rule. He attempts to propagate his discipline of Wing Chun, but faces rivalry from other practitioners, including the local master of Hung Ga martial arts. Producer Raymond Wong first announced a sequel before Ip Man's theatrical release in December 2008. For Ip Man 2, the filmmakers intended to focus on the relationship between Ip and his most famed disciple, Bruce Lee. However, they were unable to finalize film rights with Lee's descendants and decided to briefly portray Lee as a child. Principal photography for Ip Man 2 began in August 2009 and concluded in November; filming took place inside...
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