Ip Man 3 3D

Ip Man 3 3D

Ip Man 3 3D

Donnie Yen returns once again to the Ip Man series as Wing Chun grandmaster Yip Man for this semi-biographical martial arts film. Also stars Mike Tyson - yes, the boxer. Set in 1959 when the titular grandmaster is settling into his low-profile life in Hong Kong after  decades of struggle against feuding rivals and then Japanese oppressors during World War II (as seen in parts one and two)...

2015Rating: M, Violence & offensive language104 minsHong KongCantonese & Mandarin with English & Chinese subtitles
ActionDramaTrue Story & BiographyMartial ArtsHistorical3DWorld Cinema
Director:
Wilson Yip ('Ip Man', 'Ip Man 2', 'SPL')
Writer:
Edmond Wong
Cast:
Donnie YenLynn HungZhang JinPatrick Tam
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Reviews & comments

Village Voice

Village Voice

press

Stone-faced martial-arts star Donnie Yen does a lot with a little in wuxia weepy Ip Man 3, the rare kung fu film whose sentimental dialogue scenes are just as good as its stripped-down action sequences.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Unassuming, likable entertainment.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Typically nippy fight choreography by Yuen Woo-ping adds spice, while a punch-up which begins in a lift proves a slick highlight to an otherwise uneven film.

2.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Veering away from the series' breast-beating jingoism, Ip Man 3 trades the crowd-pleasing intensity of its predecessors for a more introspective portrait of its central character.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yen and Yip have managed to wring a serviceable film out of a pedestrian plot riddled with erroneous period details.

Village Voice

Village Voice

press

Stone-faced martial-arts star Donnie Yen does a lot with a little in wuxia weepy Ip Man 3, the rare kung fu film whose sentimental dialogue scenes are just as good as its stripped-down action sequences.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Unassuming, likable entertainment.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Typically nippy fight choreography by Yuen Woo-ping adds spice, while a punch-up which begins in a lift proves a slick highlight to an otherwise uneven film.

2.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Veering away from the series' breast-beating jingoism, Ip Man 3 trades the crowd-pleasing intensity of its predecessors for a more introspective portrait of its central character.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yen and Yip have managed to wring a serviceable film out of a pedestrian plot riddled with erroneous period details.