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When legendary Kung-fu master, Law Sun (Teddy Robin), awakes from a 30 year coma he discovers that his once celebrated martial arts school has become a teahouse. With the aid of his now middle-aged apprentices, Dragon (Chan Koon Tai) and Tiger (Leung Siu Lung) and new-kid-on- the-block, geeky office worker, Cheung (Wong You Nam), Master Law trains his motley crew of gallant fighters for the battle of their lives – one they must win to safeguard all their futures.
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This is good film for Martial Arts film fans who want to watch a movie with heart and a fantastic tribute to Veteran Actors/Martial Artists (from the industry).
The writers and director definitely, took care with the story and characters.
I would recommend this.
Any hong kong kung fu fans should give Gallants a watch it is most likely the best small budget martial arts film to come out of hong kong in a while. The film features relatively unknown actors to the mojority of the western audiences, the only names that maybe recognisable to western territories is the likes of MC Jin and maybe Bruce Leung (kung fu hustle). Veteran HK martial artists/actors carry the film and they excel in their respective roles and given ample opportunities to show their martial prowess.
Martial art wise it features some excellent choreography from HK master Yuen Tak, Bruce Leung demonstrates that he is still capable of delivering amazing foot work, Kuan Tai Chen shows amazing fist fighting and Lo Meng gives the two a brief throwdown. Shaw Brother fans will be delighted to see these veteran actors back on the big screen and they do not dissapoint. The camera gives lots of opportunity for the audience to witness the fights with little of the quick cuts apparent in todays cinema. Also wire work is used sparingly which is a fresh air to the ever present wire work in modern films.
When legend Kung-fu master, Law Sun [Teddy Robin], awakes from 30 year coma he discovers that his once celebrated martial arts school has become a teahouse.
Tiger [Leung Siu Lung] and new-kid-on-the-block, geeky offce worker, Cheung [Wong You Nam]. Master Law tains his motley crew of gallant fighters for the battle of theil lives - one they must win to safeguard all their futures.
Great fight scenes, funny humour and a lot of nostalgia, highly recommended.
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This is a fun little movie. I recommend it highly, at the same time i should mention that it is no blockbuster/ big budget affair. This is all about characters. Read morePublished on 3 Jun. 2012 by Vandal
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