Shaolin
Xin shao lin si
China, Hong Kong, 2011, 131 minutes, SD
In a land torn by strife, the righteous monks of Shaolin stand as a beacon of hope for the oppressed masses.
Shaolin Synopsis

Experience the incomparable martial arts of Shaolin in this blockbuster motion picture event from legendary producer, Benny Chan.


China's last imperial Dynasty has fallen and a ruthless warlord (Andy Lau, House of the Flying Daggers) amasses a vast fortune through the violent subjugation of his people. Faced with a brutal betrayal, he runs for his life, seeking redemption in the fabled Shaolin Temple. When his enemies discover his location, he must stand with his new brothers and fight his life s greatest battle...


With breathtaking action from the martial arts director of The Transporter 1&2 and an all-star cast of Kung Fu superstars, Shaolin sets a new benchmark for Asian Action Cinema!

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Reviewed by conradriggs
A perfect 5 star rating for this riveting martial arts film that will linger with you for a long time.  Viewers get to know the ways of the monks at... more
A perfect 5 star rating for this riveting martial arts film that will linger with you for a long time.  Viewers get to know the ways of the monks at the Shaolin Temple and this movie is teeming with moral lessons, too. Genuinely surprised with the special participation of Jackie Chan in this film.  Kudos to the director and the whole crew for a very extraordinary movie!
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Reviewed by marygracedimala
Shaolin left me breathless with the extraordinary martial arts fight scenes. The cinematography was brilliant, crisp and clear. Historically speaking, the Shaolin monks were credited for saving the Chinese empire... more
Shaolin left me breathless with the extraordinary martial arts fight scenes. The cinematography was brilliant, crisp and clear. Historically speaking, the Shaolin monks were credited for saving the Chinese empire from insurgents during the reign of Tang Taizong. In a crucial battle between the empire’s forces and the insurgents, Shaolin monks joined the ranks and helped in defeating the enemy. Although the film’s story was different, there’s a historical background to the monks’ abilities and bravery. This is a must see movie for action buffs
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  • buena pelicula gracias por el aporte

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