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A young Shaolin follower reunites with his discouraged brothers to form a soccer team using their martial art skills to their advantage.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Stephen Chow A former Shaolin monk reunites his five brothers, [note 1] years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play football and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses.
Sing 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, but none bear positive results. He then meets "Golden Foot" Fung, a legendary Hong Kong soccer star in his day, who is now walking with a limp, following the betrayal of a former teammate Hung, now a rich businessman.
Sing explains his desires to Fung who offers his services to coach Sing in soccer. Sing is compelled by the idea of promoting kung fu through soccer and agrees to enlist his former Shaolin brothers to form a team under Fung's management.
Sing and Fung attempt to put together an unbeatable soccer team. Fung invites a vicious team to play against them and the thugs proceed to give the Shaolin team a brutal beating.
When all seems lost, the Shaolin disciples reawaken and utilise their special powers, dismantling the other team's rough play easily.
The thugs then give up and ask to join Sing's team. Sing meets Mui Zhao Wei , a baker with severe acne who uses Tai chi to bake mantou , and even takes her to look at very expensive dresses at a high-end department store after hours.
She soon forms an attachment to Sing and even gets a makeover in an attempt to impress Sing. However, this backfires and when Mui reveals her feelings to him, he tells her he only wants to be her friend.
This revelation, coupled with the constant bullying from her overbearing boss, leads Mui to disappear.
Team Shaolin enters the open cup competition in Hong Kong, where they chalk up successive and often ridiculous one-sided victories.
They end up meeting Team Evil in the final, owned by none other than Hung. Team Evil had been injected with an American drug , granting them superhuman strength and speed, making them practically invincible, and they bring Team Shaolin back to reality when Team Evil's amazing capabilities prove more than a match for them.
After Team Evil takes out Team Shaolin's goalkeepers, Mui, who has shaved her hair and improved her face, reappears to keep goal for Team Shaolin.
In their final attack, Team Evil's striker leaps into the sky and kick the ball with enormous force towards Mui; she uses her martial art to divert and stop it, thus preventing a goal.
Mui and Sing combine their martial skills and rocket the ball downfield. The ball plows through Team Evil's goal post, thereby scoring the winning goal.
Pic preemed in Hong Kong in a minute version, which Chow replaced with a much more satisfying minute cut some three weeks later.
Both versions — long available on imported videodiscs — were reviewed in Variety, Oct. No major scenes are lost in this minute version, which starts with fresh credit titles and seamlessly snips and tucks as it goes along.
Overall result is a smooth, pacey pic with no downtime but shorn of many small, telling details: For example, the film originally opened with a quiet, atmospheric scene in a locker room, whereas it now opens mid-action on the soccer field.
If Chow had made the film with U. Orientalists no doubt will be appalled at the mock-Chinglish dubbing but Miramax has cannily headed them off at the pass.
Chow in fact does his own dubbing, with a characteristic Hong Kong accent, and China-born actress Bai Ling dubs Zhao, with a distinctive Mainland accent, thus ensuring a kind of linguistic purity.
Contempo story is set in China. Other dubbers, largely Westerners, mimic accents between the two. Home Film Reviews.
Well this story comes as a bit of a surprise. It turns out that there is a Shaolin sequel in the works, although Chow himself will not be directing.
He has handed over the reins to Katsuyuki Motohiro Udon , Bayside Shakedown , but will remain on board as producer.
None of the other characters from the first movie will be involved, although frequent Chow collaborators Lam Tze Chung and Kai Man Tin are expected to have roles.
Instead of soccer, this time around the central sport will be the fine Canadian summer pastime of lacrosse! Thanks for the posts.