Kung Fu Dunk
Gong fu guan lan
Hong Kong (HK), 2008, 100 minutes, SD
Kung Fu Dunk Synopsis

Shi-Jie is a brilliant martial artist from the Kung Fu School. One day, he encounters a group of youths playing basketball and shows off how easy it is for him, with his martial arts training, to do a Slam Dunk. Watching him was Chen-Li, a shrewd businessman, who recruits him to play varsity basketball at the local university.

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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Found this quite unconventional but I was nevertheless engrossed. The film basically revolves around an orphan boy Shi-Jie (Jay Chou) who grew up in a kung fu academy. An extraordinary... more
Found this quite unconventional but I was nevertheless engrossed. The film basically revolves around an orphan boy Shi-Jie (Jay Chou) who grew up in a kung fu academy. An extraordinary talent with dunking led him to become part of a university varsity team and the ball starts rolling, so to say. There are impressive basketball stunts that are well-choreographed and wire-work was quite flawless, not surprising as this film is said to have a USD 10M budget. Jay Chou, singer and actor who's known for films like Curse of the Golden Flower has got great martial arts skills. Eric Tsang as the shrewd businessman Chen-Li brings a comic charm onscreen and Charlene Choi as Lily, Shin-Jie's love interest adds spice to the movie. If you're into martial arts who also fancy ball games like basketball then this should be a must-watch.
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Reviewed by jeteli
I was super amazed with the basketball games done with great stunts and kung fu! Along with Jay Chou's charismatic acting portrayal, this film was able to hold its own... more
I was super amazed with the basketball games done with great stunts and kung fu! Along with Jay Chou's charismatic acting portrayal, this film was able to hold its own and while viewers can easily relate this to Stephen Chow's movies that mix martial arts and ball games, this is generally an engaging film to watch. Impressive on-court action that will endear to anyone, basketball or non-basketball buffs alike! 
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