Ip Man (pronounced YEEP-mun in Cantonese) is a legendary Wing Chun kung fu grandmaster. He trained a number of notable martial artists, including his most famous student, Bruce Lee. Now he is the subject of a slick new film by Wong Kar-wai based on his life. The film has the Martin Scorsese stamp of approval, so our expectations are high.
- Despite what Nameless has told him, the King presumes his score with the assasins was not settled with Flying Snow. In this scene: Nameless (Jet Li), Broken Sword (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), Flying Snow (Maggie Cheung)
Fight choreography in The Grandmaster is staged by Yuen Woo-Ping, also known for his work on Kill Bill, The Matrix and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Watch three Woo-Ping fight scenes below and keep an eye out for his moves in The Grandmaster.
- A beautiful, snow-white garden serves as the backdrop for the final bloody showdown. In this scene: The Bride (Uma Thurman), O'Ren (Lucy Liu)
- The Bride pays Vernita an expected visit. In this scene: The Bride (Uma Thurman), Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox)
Bruce Lee Clip Gallery
- After Dragon fights back, he and the waiters kick the Boss and his crew out of the restaurant. In this scene: Dragon (Bruce Lee), Chen Ching Hua (Nora Miao), Ho (Ping Ou Wei), Boss (Jon T. Benn)
- Dragon meets a group of waiters learning to fight to ward of local thugs. In this scene: Dragon (Bruce Lee), Tony (Tony Liu)
- Billy and Pasqual face off—their weapon of choice: nunchucks. In this scene: Billy-Lo (Bruce Lee), Pasqual (Dan Inosanto)
- As violence in town escalates, Cheng is forced to break his promise of no fighting in order to defend it. In this scene: Hsiu Chien (James Tien), Cheng Chao-an (Bruce Lee)