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Shaolin Soccer DVD

Hong Kong Movie

Action Comedy

112 Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shaolin Soccer DVD for sale!!

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Sale Price: US$12.95

Extended DTS Version

112 Minutes - Original uncut version

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Director:  Stephen Chow Sing-Chi

Starring: Stephen Chow Sing-Chi, Vicky Zhao Wei, Ng Man Tat

Awards: Best Film, Best Director, 2002 Hong Kong Film Critics Association; Best Film, Best Director, Best Young Director, Best Actor (Chow), Best Supporting Actor (Wong Yut Fei), Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Design, 2002 Hong Kong Film Awards
 

In a fight against the gangster, Sing who is watched by a previous soccer star Fung fights his way out showing his powerful martial arts kicking skills.  Sing is persuaded to form a soccer team together with his Shaolin comrades for the National Soccer and his teammates talents for kung fu are unleashed in the soccer field ....

Utterly, would have to be his funniest movie-to-date in my book. Even more so than God Of Cookery. Not much to say except: watch and laugh.

More of the story ....

In the wicked game of "Shaolin Soccer," players will stop at nothing to score a laugh. It fuses ancient martial arts with hard-hitting physical comedy and the high-flying energy of competitive sports. Champion player Fung (Ng Man-tat) is so good that they call him "Golden Leg." However, when he loses the Chinese national championship game by missing a goal, enraged fans break his legs. Twenty years later, Fung is hauling equipment for his former teammate Hung's (Patrick Tse) "Team Evil." When Fung is fired, he comes across Sing (Stephen Chow), a monk from the legendary Shaolin Temple with superlative martial arts skills and a "Mighty Iron Leg."

Unfortunately, in modern-day China, there is little money to be made as a monk, so Sing ekes out a meager living collecting garbage. Sing dreams of "a world gone Shaolin," where Kung Fu is used to solve even the smallest problems. When Fung sees Sing take on a bunch of thugs with nothing but a soccer ball, he hatches the brilliant idea of forming a Shaolin soccer team. They set out to recruit Sing's former Shaolin classmates‹all are down and out‹but each has a special power adding to the team's limitless potential. One has a head of iron, another bears stomach muscles able to propel the ball at warp speed, a third weighs 300 pounds but possesses the ability to walk on air, and finally the goalie who can stop any shot. Well, almost any shot.

"Shaolin Soccer" shows the game of soccer in "bullet time", so the eye follows the action at the velocity of the ball itself. A kicked ball morphs into a fiery comet and then a flaming tiger as it races across the field. Another ball creates a vortex as it flies through the air, chewing up the field and everything in its path. Players constantly defy the laws of physics by leaping several stories and doing impossible back-flips. At one point, the impact of supersonic soccer balls blows the unlucky goalie away.

On his climb to the top, Sing meets Mui (Vicki Zhao), a homely martial arts mistress who has been reduced to making sweet buns. Her skin is so bad that flies buzz around her but her Kung Fu skills exert a powerful pull on Sing. Sing, however, is too focused on his team's success to properly return Mui's affection. When the Shaolin team makes it to the finals, they must battle the ferocious Team Evil. The showdown proves to be much more than the team expected. One by one, the Shaolin players fall to Team Evil's deceitful tactics. Just when all seems lost, the Shaolin players even the score.

DVD: List Price: US $22.95

Sale Price: US$12.95

Language: Cantonese / Mandarin

Subtitle: English / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese

All Regions (can be played on any DVD players in the world)

Wide Screen, DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1 surround

Publisher: Universe Laser
 

Rating: IIB - "Adult Material; Parental Guidance Recommended" (roughly equal to an MPPA rating of "R") Films rated Category IIB contain large amounts of violence and/or nudity and sexual situations in addition to possible explicit language and adult situations.

Extended DTS Version

112 Minutes - Original uncut version

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