Shaolin Soccer (Chinese: 少林足球) is a 2001 Hong Kong sports comedy film directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead role. A former Shaolin monk reunites his five brothers, [note 1] years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play football and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses.
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Shaolin Soccer is a 2001 Hong Kong comedy movie. It was co-written and directed by Stephen Chow. He also stars in the lead role. The movie is about a former Shaolin monk. He reunites his five brothers, years after their master's death. They apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play soccer and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses.
With a gross of slightly over HK$60M, Shaolin Soccer became the highest grossing local film in Hong Kong history, to be surpassed by Stephen Chow's next film, Kung Fu Hustle. Miramax released an edited version of Shaolin Soccer in the US market on April 2, 2004. Missing over 20 minutes of footage, and featuring English dubbing, the Miramax ...
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Shaolin Soccer adalah film Hongkong yang dirilis pada tahun 2001. Film ini disutradarai dan juga diperankan oleh Stephen Chow.Film yang mengisahkan seorang gelandangan yang ingin mengubah nasib dengan cara menerapkan ilmu bela diri shaolin yang dia miliki, dan berusaha mengumpulkan saudara-saudara seperguruannya untuk menjadi pemain sepak bola.
As you would expect from the title and director. This movie plays out like a comedy-Wuxia sports movie. Sing is a young Shaolin master who wants to spread the benefits of kung fu to the modern world -- with little success (even on a song-and-dance routine). Then he meets a disgraced and crippled former soccer star, "Golden Leg" Fung, who is now working as an errand boy for Hung, his ex ...
Shaolin Soccer: 各種情報; 監督: チャウ・シンチー: 脚本: チャウ・シンチー ツァン・カンチョン: 製作: チャウ・シンチー イェング・クウォクファイ: 出演者: チャウ・シンチー: 音楽: レイモンド・ウォン: 撮影: 鄺庭和 関柏煊: 製作会社: 星輝海外有限公司 寰宇 ...
Siu lam juk kau (Brasil: Kung-Fu Futebol Clube /Portugal: Shaolin Soccer - O Ás da Bola) é um filme honconguês do género comédia, escrito e dirigido por Stephen Chow. Foi orçado em dez milhões de dólares.
Shaolin Girl. Shaolin Girl (少林少女, shōrin shōjo) is a 2008 Japanese sports action comedy film inspired by the Stephen Chow 's film Shaolin Soccer (2001). Unlike the original film, the movie focuses on women's lacrosse. It starred Japanese actress Ko Shibasaki and Hong Kong actors Lam Chi Chung and Tin Kai Man return from the original film.