Master Z: Ip Man Legacy

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Synopsis

While keeping a low profile after his defeat from Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi gets into trouble after getting in a fight with a powerful foreigner.

Cast

  • Jin Zhang
  • Dave Bautista
  • Michelle Yeoh
  • Tony Jaa
  • Brian Thomas Burrell
  • Chrissie Chau
  • Kevin Cheng
  • Mathieu Jaquet
  • Yan Liu
  • Adel Ali Mohamed

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Trivia

  • Both Brian Thomas Burrell and Xing Yu played a different role in previous Ip Man movies. Xing Yu as Lin in Ip Man 1 & Brian as Emcee in Ip Man 2.
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Metacritic

71
Apr 15, 2019

Frankly, big chunks of Master Z: The Legacy of Ip Man are so broad they’re almost goofy. The fights make up for it, and the great ensemble makes this broad world semi-believable. It’s a step down for the “Ip Man” series, but it’s still within punching distance, so don’t take your eyes off it. It’ll get you.

Metacritic review by William Bibbiani
William Bibbiani
TheWrap
80
Apr 12, 2019

Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy is a big story with big action along the lines of Carlito’s Way. You can easily jump in on this story without needing to see the previous Ip Man films.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
80
Apr 7, 2019

The lush production design by Raymond Chan, Joyce Chan’s swanky ’60s costuming and some astoundingly clever set pieces — a duel between Tin-chi and one of Kit’s thugs atop of a strip of neon signs, a brilliantly old-school four-way fight at Cheung Kok’s offices, a whiskey glass tango with Yeoh — more than make up for any plot flaws, with the exception of the shameful underuse of Tony Jaa as a mysterious assassin.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Kerr
Elizabeth Kerr
The Hollywood Reporter