Wing Chun
Wing Chun (1994)

Wing Chun is a martial-arts film with an unusual feminist bent, inspired by a true historical figure. In 19th-century China, a pack of bandits attacks a remote village, attempting to kidnap a beautiful young widow named Charmy. However,… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1994
DVD Release Date: February 6, 2001
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Michael Dequina

Funny, entertaining stuff thanks to some great fight scenes and wire stunts and the force of nature that is Michelle Yeoh.

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Fred Topel

Wonderful fight choreography, full of wire moves.

Luke Y. Thompson
New Times

The tofu fight ranks among Yuen's finest work -- and that includes The Matrix and Crouching Tiger.

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Tsubaki Sanjuro
This should have been a lot better, Yuen Woo Ping's comedy timing certain lacks more balance. This type of material is more fit for someone like Lau Kar… More
Dean McKenna
Michelle Yeoh was superb as the heroine of this epic martial-arts and little comedy film.
Steven Vincent Gee
Wing Chun surprises with its fast pace and excellent physical comedy. Fight scenes are also convincing. The entire setting is not very original, but amusing and… More