True Legend
True Legend (2011)

Yuen Woo Ping (The Matrix trilogy, Kill Bill Volumes I and II, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero) brings you True Legend, a heart pounding epic about the timeless battle between good and evil. Su Can's (Vincent Zhao) respectable… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: September 13, 2011
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63%
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54%



Critic Score: 63% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Justin Lowe
Hollywood Reporter

Diverting but unmemorable martial arts feature unlikely to become a classic.

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V.A. Musetto
New York Post

Fans don't go to martial-arts movies for the story. They want action -- and Yuen doesn't disappoint.

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Amy Curtis
We Got This Covered

Great fight scenes and diverse martial arts make for a very entertaining film.

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Liam Lacey
Globe and Mail

Somewhere between masterful and messy, Yuen Woo-ping offers lots of kinetic kicks, but his CGI work deserves a kick in the pants.

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Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

Fans who've been waiting 15 years for the director of "Drunken Master" to helm a new movie definitely won't be disappointed.

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Jay Antani
Cinema Writer

suffers from an erratic narrative pace, shoddy characters and an overuse of digital gimmickry, all of which create the impression of an ersatz epic spectacle

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Stephen Whitty
Newark Star-Ledger

A silly and yet often enjoyable action film, the movie isn't so much a winking homage to those late-'70s Hong Kong exports as another entry...

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Mark Olsen
Los Angeles Times

A hodgepodge of styles, "True Legend" works best as a freewheeling showcase for Yuen's dazzling fight sequences above any sort of cogent storytelling.

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Jim Slotek
Jam! Movies

Serious to the point of silliness, True Legend offers nothing new, but it steals adroitly.

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Flixster Audience Score: 54% Flixster User Reviews
Steve K
Above average martial arts silliness elevated immensely by the amazing Woo-ping Yuen. As always, the choreography is beautiful to watch.
Ginny  X
Legend of the Drunken Fist. As usual, Michelle Yeoh rocks.
Dean McKenna
What an absolutely superb story of an awesome hero, Su Chan (Man Cheuk Chiu), a leading authority of the touching thoughts and feelings in martial arts journey.… More
JY Skacto
After a break from the director's chair, Yuen Woo Ping jumps back into it with <i>True Legend</i>.<p>This picture runs a few minutes… More
danny d
a film with a good although dishevled story, it really stands on the astonishing action sequences. the fighting is top shelf, and although the narrative could… More
Caesar Mendez
Yuen Woo Ping, quite possibly the greatest choreographer who ever live bringing us so many memorable action sequences. True Legend retains the fantastic… More