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Ip Man 2 4K 2010 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p

Ip Man 2 4K 2010 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: Hong Kong | China
Time: 108 min
IMDB: 7.5
Director: Wilson Yip
Actors: Donnie Yen, Xiaoming Huang, Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Lynn Xiong, Kent Cheng, Darren Shahlavi, Yu-Hang To, Charles Mayer, Ka-nin Ngo, Calvin Ka-Sing Cheng, Siu-Wong Fan, Simon Yam, Christian 'Kang' Bachini, Brian Thomas Burrell, Li Chak.

Story Movie

Ip Man 2 4K 2010 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p
World War II is over, but China is still weak and poor. Ip Man opens a martial arts school, but winning a place in the sun is not easy - in order to avoid problems, Ip Man must first win the respect of representatives of other kung fu schools, and the chairman of the association, Hong Ip Man, did not like it at first sight. Meanwhile, the presence of the British in Hong Kong is increasing, and some of them did not care about Chinese traditions and customs.

Review 4K Movie

The sequel "Ip Man" caught my eye by pure chance. Do you also miss the times when such a wonderful invention as the Internet was available, alas, not to everyone? Me not. My “comrades in misfortune” and I were always scouring in search of something worthy of our hundred (and a little later and fifty) rubles. And then one day I noticed a familiar fighting stance on the back of the case (where there were a dozen more kung fu freight trains) and a red badge, on top of which were white Chinese characters. I apologize for such a "fascinating" excursion into the history of my youth, nevertheless, I bought this DVD, just for the sake of the continuation of "Ip Man", in order to watch it to the holes and after almost 8 years tell what an indelible impression the next the work of Wilson Yip. Let's go in order:

Characters:

Yip Man and Hong Chun Nam:

The film begins in 1950 in Hong Kong. Escaped from the war, Ip Man, together with his family, huddles in a small apartment and the once famous master in the whole of Foshan, in Hong Kong, in fact, is nobody. And so Ip Man decides to open a school. There are not many students, and not everyone pays for training, but the main character is doing well, until one day he meets the local authority Hong Chun Nam. He greases the British, paying them tribute, has more than two hundred students and is an important lump in the council of craftsmen, who hold in their hands all the military ins and outs of Hong Kong. Ip Man is now obliged to accept the challenge from the representatives of this association, and then pay monthly membership fees (Ip Man, of course, refuses the latter) in order to calmly distribute Wing Chun. Avoiding further details, Hong Chun Nam constantly interferes with Yip Man, and their enmity in the "arena" develops into personal hostility. Further, the British, who are only increasing their influence on China, are organizing a demonstration boxing tournament, in which a tragedy occurs (no context!). In my opinion, the authors managed to reveal the new character from the best side. Again, despite all the idealistic underpinnings of the script and the creators' ode to Chinese traditions and customs (in which I see nothing reprehensible), the relationship of these two (plus, given the excellent performance of Sammo Hung, which you probably know thanks to Project A (1983 ) and "My Lucky Stars" (1985)) are given a relatively sufficient amount of timekeeping, therefore both the hatred and friendship between Ip Man and Master Hun are written as interestingly as the hasty narration here allows (unfortunately, this is a problem of the whole quadrology!).

Taylor "Twister" Mylos:

I confess that after watching this tape already at a conscious age, I find "Twister" a banal and cardboard bad guy with delusions of grandeur. Take for comparison General Miura from the original. The threat emanating from him was combined with certain moral principles and the influence that Ip Man had on him, and how Miura acted on Ip Man, i.e., they complemented and took each other out of the comfort zone (so to speak) - Ip Man demonstrates his skills, and Miura military power. In all fairness, "Twister" hurts Ip Man, however, Mr. Taylor doesn't care much about Ip Man himself. What do we even know about Twister? Absolutely nothing! We see him mainly in the ring, and what he is outside the ring, we are not told. Taylor is a faceless obstacle in the path of the protagonist, physically superior to all his previous opponents. Speaking of the villain, this sequel steps on the same rake as most sequels - the director takes a good idea of ​​the first part and elevates it to the absolute, forgetting that Miura's hallmark was character, not deadly fists!

Atmosphere:

Chinese action films have never been realistic, and I have always admired Stephen Chow's talent and the highest degree of self-deprecation reflected in his action comedies like Killer Football (2001) and Kung Fu Showdown (2004). Wilson Ip can also be praised for his style and attention to detail (one cannot fail to mention Sammo Hoon's stunning production), but Ip Man 2 is perhaps the only exception in this regard (at least from all that I was able to appreciate in the work of Wilson Ip). All these ridiculous jumps, flights, movements knock down the general tone of the picture, set in the original. I used to think that it was cheap computer graphics, it turned out that the cables are involved and the actors are just thrown up - it looks rather pathetic. Well, though, this only lasts for two or three episodes, then we again return to the good old "ground" scuffle in chic scenery under the magnificent soundtrack of Kenji Kawaii.

Bottom line: "Ip Man 2" came out not without flaws. There are tons of things to scold this movie for. However, I don’t want to close our eyes to the positive aspects of the adventures of on-screen Ip Man (reading negative reviews ten years ago, you understand how important it was for people to follow the vivid biography of the late master, because inaccuracy is the main complaint about the franchise), I still don’t want to, because the spectacle turned out to be extremely rare exciting!

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
Cantonese: Dolby Atmos
Cantonese: Dolby TrueHD 7.1
Cantonese: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
Mandarin: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Spanish: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

Subtitles
English, Spanish
movie BDRip Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
Cantonese: Dolby Atmos
Cantonese: Dolby TrueHD 7.1
Cantonese: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, German.

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