Wong Fei Hung Bewertungen
Wong Fei Hung, auch bekannt als Huang Xixiang alias Dayun, war ein chinesischer Arzt und Kampfkünstler. In China wird er als Volksheld betrachtet. Er war der Sohn von Wong Kei Ying, auch beschrieben als Huang Qiying, einem legendären Kung. Wong Fei Hung (chinesisch: 黃飛鴻, Kurzzeichen: 黄飞鸿, Huáng Fēihóng), auch bekannt als Huang Xixiang alias Dayun (* 9. Juli in Xiludan, Xiqiaoling. Ur-Großmeister Wong Fei Hung ist sicher der berühmteste und bekannteste Hung Gar Kung Fu Meister. Zahlreiche Geschichten ranken sich um diese. Huang Feihong wurde im Dorf Luzhou am Fuße des Bergs Xiqiao geboren. Viele Filme wurden über sein Leben und seine Kung Fu Studenten gemacht. In. Wong Fei Hung chi neung: Lung shing chim ang [VHS]: Wenzhuo Zhao, Rosamund Kwan, Siu Chung Mok, Kent Cheng, Roger Kwok, Xin Xin Xiong, Jean Wang.
Wong Fei-hung: Actionfilm von Raymond Chow mit Yuen Biao/Rosamund Kwan/Jacky Cheung. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Ur-Großmeister Wong Fei Hung ist sicher der berühmteste und bekannteste Hung Gar Kung Fu Meister. Zahlreiche Geschichten ranken sich um diese. In China ist er der größte Volksheld. Es gibt hunderte Filme und mehrere Fernsehserien, aber hier kennt kaum jemand Wong Fei-Hung. Wer war das wirklich? Fei-Hung starb und war, als Mao Tse-Tung in China die Regierungsgeschäfte übernahm, bereits so populär, dass die Kader auch während der Kulturrevolution lieber nicht an sein Image rührten. Es gibt alleine drei verschiedene Fernsehserien, die im Westen niemand kennt. Dies ist in den Konfuzius Tempel gefunden. Dies endete in einer blutigen Schlacht, bei der viele Menschen starben. Diese Beispiele können umgangssprachliche Wörter, Beste Spielothek in HГ¶lzling finden auf der Grundlage Ihrer Suchergebnis enthalten. Dieses Museum ist im Gelände. Weitere Infos. Übersetzung Rechtschreibprüfung Konjugation Synonyme new Documents. Diese Bewertungen wurden maschinell aus dem Englischen übersetzt. Der berühmteste der 10 Tiger ist Wong Fei Hung. Historisch wissen wir, dass er am 9. Erkunden Sie die Umgebung. War das nicht gerade Meister Wong? Dieser 21nova mit den Revolutionären, welche es sich zum Ziel gesetzt hatten, die Ching Dynastie zu stürzen und eine eigene unabhängige Republik zu gründen. Erlebnisdatum: Juni Übersetzung bewerten. Ihr Beste Spielothek in Lohfelden finden illegale Geschäfte, wiegelt die Bürgerschaft auf, brecht Gesetze, aber jetzt rächen sich Eure Feinde. Historisch wissen wir, dass er am 9. Wong Fei-Hungich verhafte Euch wegen Verrats! Was bedeutete, dass er vielen Patienten unentgeltlich behandelte.
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Chinese martial arts Hung Ga. Jet Lee plays Wong Fei Hung, a popular Chinese folk hero, although I gather he was doubled a fair bit due to an injury.
Regardless, the set-piece fights are impressive and memorable, with imaginative wire work and use of scenery. This is not to underplay the plot of the movie, which is a poignant view of China's cultural identity being chipped away by western invaders.
As always, a lot appears to be lost for those like myself who don't speak Chinese, but the subtitles are clear and well produced.
On DVD the option is there to play the movie dubbed, but please resist. Very few kung-fu movies aren't ruined by terrible dubbing, and this is no exception.
It's certainly worth updating your old VHS copy of this classic movie. Krusty-9 1 April But when one looks at it deeper, it is one of the most triumphant films of all time.
Rarely is the histoical splendour of the Late Qing Dynasty decipted as tragically beautiful as in this movie. The acting and the characters are achingly humane, as are the interaction between the characters.
To say that the action in this movie is awesome is to commit the gross crime of severe understatement.
The final confrontation between Wong Fei Hong and Yen Zhe Don in the forrest of ladders within the American Fort is arguably most electrifying and intense action narrative in cinema history.
Painstakingly detailed and tightly paced, it is Martial Arts Action at its finest, thanks to the incredible talents of Choreographer Yuen Woo Ping.
Most of all, "Wong Fei Hong" is one of the rare films these made these days that is truly about honour and caring about people. Master Wong represents the courage, nobility, honour, compssion and the sorely lacking justice that our world desperately needs.
Wong Fei Hong is possibly the best role model for our children, whose souls are constantly rotted by selfish, nasty, so-called heroes like Blade and Spawn.
The theme music of this film, "Be a hero", truly brings out the spirit of this nobility, and is one of the most moving tunes ever composed.
Tsui hark is truly a great man for making this film, and deserves better than to have his talent wasted on Van Damme. Einsiedeln 10 February Although the fu is powerful in this Jet Li vehicle, the plotline is slow as molasses and easier to read than your average elevated-train map.
Wait, you say my cousin is in danger? Wong Fei-hung to the rescue! Additionally, the acting was shallow even for a kung fu movie. I've seen porn films that emoted more effectively than the actors found here.
Anyone who claims "this is the best kung fu movie ever! All three are vastly superior to this, even though the kung fu was quite solid. Luke-Walker 26 July This film left me utterly utterly speechless.
It completely blew my mind, played with it, threw it around, kicked it, beat it into submission and then completely destroyed my perception of all martial arts movies ever.
Let me explain. When someone mentions a martial arts film, most think of crap movies with nothing but fight scene after fight scene with no regard for plot or characters.
Even if you hear about a 'really good' martial arts film, it generally meant it was only as good as its fight scenes. And sometimes that was OK.
Sometimes that was all you wanted. You weren't looking for Shakespeare, just the stunts. But it also meant that they could never be made into legendary movies.
Just immature little diversions. It became legendary. This became the greatest martial arts movie of all time, not just because of the martial arts, but because of the fact that it is a genuine MOVIE.
The characters are real people, with real ambitions, and real hopes and dreams. None are stereotypes presented just to be beaten up.
The story is perfectly set to the characters. With China being slowly lost to Western culture as the backdrop, it provides an amazingly epic and deep well of thought for a type of movie which you would expect to be as mature as an average Pokemon episode.
The romance between Jet Li and Rosamund Kwan is also well handled, thanks to a strong script, and the capability of the actors involved. The music too is excellent, mixing a traditional chinese mix with some adrenalin pumping beats to really help you get into the movie.
But let us not forget the fight scenes, as boy does this move have 'em! There are stunts and moves in this movie that you have never seen before, and will never be seen again.
How it was accomplished without the modern advent of computer manipulation defies belief, but somehow they achieved it, and what you see are the greatest martial arts scenes ever put to film.
And i'm saying this post-Matrix. Never have I seen choreography so perfect, seen one brutally efficient, swift and elegant move follow one one after the other for so long while I watched captivated, drooling, forgetting to breathe, forgetting to think.
They are that good. And lets not even begin to say what they can do with the ladders. It has to be seen to be believed - no really.
Every living human being. Watch this film. You'll wish they were all made this way. Hard fist, soft eye chaos-rampant 8 November I think this is both troubling as a film and revealing of Chinese character.
As a standalone, it is I suppose fairly enjoyable, the cinematography is nice, the story long but intimate in spots, the fights some of them amazing.
But, this is not just a standalone, it has a rich context - the protagonist is a popular folk hero, the times of foreign oppression and inept administration it depicts were real and left punishing scars in the Chinese soul.
Something else bothers though. As a student of the Chinese model, I encounter this elsewhere, I believe it does a lot of bad, and turns away as many people as it brings in.
What they Chinese do usually has both hard and soft aspects, Confucius and Tao would be on opposite ends of this, kung fu and meditation.
When Western people are exposed to it, say with a film like this, unwittingly we register it as one picture. It endears, it's a scented romance.
What isn't so easy to appreciate though is that to get that single harmonious picture the Chinese obsessively flatten their multifaceted experience, this is evident in the continuous reinvention, passionately undertaken, of both their political and martial arts narratives, and of course their penchant for opera.
Naturally, corners have to be cut in the name of a tidy narrative. And this carries over in cinematically packaging these things in ways that eliminate subtler levels in what they do.
Because the harmonizing effort is forcible, it can't help but take out of these things their soft wind, which is their real power in both the Taoist and creative sense.
If you accept as I do that wisdom is tolerance and capacity for cognitive dissonance, this artificial harmony wherever encountered dumbs us down.
In the film, you have the good sifu vs evil sifu, the good-natured but bumbling disciples, the evil street gang, the cruel army bureaucrat and foreign officials - all of them 'hard' stereotypes from the Boxer era, acted in a hard external manner.
And I believe the point at some stage was to contrast soft 'chi' based awareness in the Jet Li character with hard 'iron body' kung fu in the rival master as the difference in karmas they set in motion.
This has been flattened in favor of more or less the same kung fu. So hard politics, hard acting mirrored in the opera stage and two 'fake' actors , hard martial arts in the service of mythmaking.
Is there anything soft here, internal? The woman. She has come back from the West, straddles both worlds. She has come back with a camera, which she uses to snap pictures.
Her eye is 'soft', stills motion, caresses the shadow of the one she loves. Too bad they didn't make more room for this, using it to cultivate dissonance, reflection, innate capacities for clarity and beauty, which could then transfer over to the fights.
The music is marvelous though. And the camera glides as though on wires of its own. When most people thinks of martial arts movies, the immediate thought will be either a Bruce Lee film, or one of his countless imitations that filled the screen through the 70s and part of the 80s.
And while it's true that some great films were made in those years, it's also sadly true that most were of average quality, due not only to their low-budget, but also to the fact that most were cut and awfully dubbed when shipped overseas.
Being a patriot and a nostalgic, Hong Kong's legendary director Hark Tsui decided to resurrect the martial arts genre in the 90s, using one of the most respected Chinese national heroes: Wong Fei Hung.
Hark's retelling of the life and times of the legendary healer and martial artist became one of the best epic stories ever filmed, the series of films known in America as "Once Upon a Time in China".
In this first chapter of the saga, we are introduced to Wong Fei Hung Jet Li and his China, a land who by the late 19th Century is discovering the Western civilizations and is forced to open to the world.
Made leader of a team of militia warriors, Wong Fei Hung discovers that a group of Americans are kidnapping women to send to America as prostitutes.
Soon the skilled warrior Wong Fei hung will experience first hand the pros and the cons of the clash of cultures his people and the newly arrived Westerners.
Written by Hark himself and his usual team of collaborators, the movie is at first sight an overtly nationalistic story of patriotism and Chinese pride, however, "Wong Fei Hung" is not only about China, as it's more about changes and adaptation than about traditionalism.
Through the character of Wong Fei Hung, we see a man that is at the same time intrigued and repulsed by changes, but that has to make up his mind about if he wants to be the leader and the hero his people needs.
Sure, at its core it is a tale of the adventures of China's most representative hero, but the way the story is written make the story a more complex and interesting one.
Literally, a story that transcends its own film genre. Hark delivers a film that can not only be seen as another martial arts film, but also as the epic journey of a hero facing his most difficult challenge: an inner battle with himself.
With amazingly choreographed scenes and a great vision for cinematography by a great team lead by Arthur Wong and David Chung , Hark creates an epic film on the level of Sergio Leone or John Ford.
Jet Li excels at playing Wong Fei Hung one of the most portrayed character in movie history , in a performance that captures the essence of the film without making it over the top.
While not exactly faithful to the real Wong Fei Hung's fighting style, Jet Li's skills showcase his enormous talent and ability as a fighter and choreographer and every move of his is perfect.
Rosamund Kwan plays Siu Qun, a young woman who falls in love with Wong Fei Hung, but only creates more confusion as while not blood-related, she is technically her Aunt he calls her Aunt 13th.
She adds good humor to the film, and makes a great supporting actress to Jet Li. Humor is indeed an important characteristic of the movie, and Biao Yuen who surprisingly, has little chance to show his fighting skills , Jacky Cheung and Kent Cheng make great comedic performances.
While not exactly a perfect cast, it's safe to say that overall they give a good job, although the dubbing for the Westerners is remarkably bad.
Sure, it may feel overlong at times, but the film takes advantage of its runtime as almost every detail is of importance and very few scenes feel unnecessary.
The way it transcends its own genre has proved to be influential now after the releases of "Wo Hun Cang Long" "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "Ying Xiong" "Hero" , two films that reinvigorated the old Wu Xia genre in the same way this movie did for the martial arts genre.
After this, Hark found a difficult time in the U. This is a phenomenal marital arts film, with some incredible fights, and a powerful story!. The setting was awesome, and some of the stunt work was just absolutely incredible, i couldn't believe my eyes, plus Jet Li was simply amazing in this!.
All the characters are fantastic, and the dialog really shocked me at times, plus the finale is absolutely incredible. It's never boring not 1 minute of it, and the character development is awesome, plus the score is brilliant!.
The fight choreography is amazing, and it really gives you a strong message, plus Jet Li and Yee Kwan Yan had some incredible fights together!.
The plot is awesome, and the set pieces were absolutely stunning, plus after it was over it left me wanting even more!. It's long but never overlong, and Jet Li really really got a chance to showcase his incredible martial art skills here, plus it was quite original.
This is a phenomenal Martial arts film, with some incredible fights, and a powerful story! The Direction is incredible.
Hark Tsui does an incredible job here, with amazing camera work, some incredible shots during the fight scenes, great angles, and lots of other fantastic stuff, plus he kept the film at an incredibly fast pace!.
There is quite a bit of blood and violence. We get TONS of extremely bloody gunshot wounds,knives in the chest,impaling's,stabbings,gory wounds,gunshot wound to the head and more.
The Acting is fantastic!. Jet Li is AMAZING as always, and is amazing here, he is extremely likable, kicks that ass, was excellent in the acting department, had some cool lines, had great chemistry with Rosamund Kwan and was tons of fun to watch!
Jet Rules! Biao Yuen is excellent as Foon, i really liked him a lot! Rosamund Kwan is great as Aunt Yee, she was very classy and had great chemistry with jet i loved her.
Jacky Cheung is amusing with what he had to do.