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Tai Chi Zero [Blu-ray]
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Product Description As an uncommonly gifted child, Yang Luchanhas a fleshy abnormality that holds tremendous power growing on his forehead.However, being teased as the town fool, Yang s mother spurs him to practice martial arts. Following her wishes, Yang travels across the land, finally arriving at Chen Village in hopes of learning Tai Chi. In this legendary community and center of power, everyone practices Tai Chi - using it in every aspect of their lives.However, it is forbidden for the villagers to share these secrets with an outsider. Yang learns this the hard way. Once he arrives, everyone challenges him to fights. From the strongest men to the women and children, he is engaged - and cruelly defeated by their masterful moves. After a particularly tough battle against Master Chen s beautiful daughter Yuniang, Yang is more determined than ever to master the art of Tai Chi...but he needs the Master's permission first. Little does Yang know, the poor strange man he befriended when he arrived at Chen Village is Master Chen - who recognizes Yang s genius but hides behind a disguise to secretly guide Yang to his own realization of Tai Chi. Soon after, a frightening steam-powered machine arrives at Chen Village, powered by Fang Zijing, a childhood friend of Yuniang. Fang has bribed and conspired with government officials to permit him to build a railway - one that runs right through the center of the village. Yang decides to join forces with Yuniang to defeat Fang and destroy the monstrous machine - a brave and dangerous act that might just win the hearts of the villagers...and the girl... DVD EXTRASBehind the ZenesMuZic VideoZTrailerZ Yasu, Chris Sabats version, and Teaser English DubEnglish Subtitles Review A masterpiece --io9 Playful, exciting, and hugely entertaining --Twitch A non-stop action epic with a fresh take on the genre --Toronto Film Scene Playful, exciting, and hugely entertaining --Twitch A non-stop action epic with a fresh take on the genre --Toronto Film Scene About the Actor Angela Yeung Wing, also known by her stage name Angelababy, has made a career in Hong Kong as an actress and a model. Born in Shangai to her half- Chinese/German father and Chinese mother, she moved to Hong Kong at age 13 and took her stage name Angelababy as a composition of her legal given name Angela and her family given nickname "Baby". About the Director Stephen Fung Tak-Lun was born in Hong Kong. Stephen made his acting debut in Forbidden Nights(1990), playing the childhood version of the male lead. By 1998, Stephen was voted by the Hong Kong press as "Upcoming Actor of the Year." In 2004, Stephen wrote/directed/starred in his feature film directorial debut "Enter the Phoenix" for Jackie Chan's newly formed company JCE Movies; it became an instant hit. His second directing/starring feature "House of Fury" marks Stephen's first collaboration with legendary action director Yuen Wo Ping (Matrix, Kill Bill) proves also to be a success. "House of Fury" was the opening film for the Hong Kong International Film Festival 2005, official selection for the 18TH Tokyo International Film Festival, and at home, the highest grossing Hong Kong film for the first half of 2005. Besides continuing with his acting career, Stephen has wrapped promotions for his latest movie "Jump" which he directed for Sony Columbia Pictures Asia and written and produced by Stephen Chow.