Ip Man 4: The Finale

Ip Man 4: The Finale

Ip Man 4: The Finale

Fourth and final film in the biographical martial arts series from director Wilson Yip, based on the life of Wing Chun. The grandmaster (Donnie Yen) travels to the U.S. where his student, Bruce Lee (Kwok-Kwan Chan), has upset the local fighting community by opening a Wing Chun school.

2019Rating: M, Violence, cruelty, offensive language & content that may offend105 minsHong Kong, ChinaCantonese and Mandarin with English subtitles
ActionTrue Story & BiographyMartial ArtsWorld Cinema
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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Closes out the series with body flips, head punches, smashed furniture and heart.

South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

press

While hardly a necessary sequel, Ip Man 4 again shows how the role fits Yen in both dramatic and physical terms.

3.0
Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

press

The film is overstuffed with characters and subplots that ultimately have little to do with Ip Man and his legacy.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Playing typically fast and loose with history, regular director Wilson Yip again balances a respectful representation of Ip Man's teachings with breathlessly kinetic fight scenes that will surely satisfy the series' legion of fans.

The New Paper

The New Paper

press

As usual, the fight scenes are impressive, but it is Ip Man's unconditional love for his son that is truly touching.

4.0
The Straits Times

The Straits Times

press

As hero exits go, it is hard to think of a more dignified or relevant way to say goodbye.

4.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

In this final, faintly solemn episode, Ip is a widower, growing old and has been given a diagnosis of cancer.

2.0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Closes out the series with body flips, head punches, smashed furniture and heart.

South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

press

While hardly a necessary sequel, Ip Man 4 again shows how the role fits Yen in both dramatic and physical terms.

3.0
Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

press

The film is overstuffed with characters and subplots that ultimately have little to do with Ip Man and his legacy.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Playing typically fast and loose with history, regular director Wilson Yip again balances a respectful representation of Ip Man's teachings with breathlessly kinetic fight scenes that will surely satisfy the series' legion of fans.

The New Paper

The New Paper

press

As usual, the fight scenes are impressive, but it is Ip Man's unconditional love for his son that is truly touching.

4.0
The Straits Times

The Straits Times

press

As hero exits go, it is hard to think of a more dignified or relevant way to say goodbye.

4.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

In this final, faintly solemn episode, Ip is a widower, growing old and has been given a diagnosis of cancer.

2.0

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