Summary: The fights are spectacular - Tiger Chen doesn't need wires - the camera work is cool, the music sizzling. Watch this movie here http://www.watchfree.to/watch-29d10d-Man-of-Tai-Chi-movie-online-free-putlocker.html
Summary: A lot of sweet fight scenes and great martial arts performances. The story isn't that great and the characters and acting are mediocre at best, but Tiger Chen's progression over the course of the film is pretty neat.
Summary: Directional debut for Keanu Reeves which was partially based on stuntman Tiger Chen's life story. Since the story was inspired by a Chinese character, the movie was co-produced by Hollywood and China in Cantonese and Mandarin languages with a little English.
Summary: While other reviews would suggest that the film's story is quite generic it manages to put a 3rd act twist in the makes you re evaluate the film taking it in a different and more personal direction to similar martial arts tournament films.
Summary: Very generic story with Ok fight scenes, Nothing groundbreaking nor is it top tier when it comes to other martial arts films. The acting is ok, Hate to say it but Reeves was rather disappointing in this one. Overall, Man of Tai Chi is a fine enough directing debut from Reeves but it's far from good.
Summary: I thought this was a brilliant directorial debut from Keanu. It's very well put together, with tons of brutal action, a banging soundtrack, a great concept for the story and just all round entertainment.
Summary: The film is very good but I wanted it to be great. The martial arts in this film are amazing and shot quite well not from up close (Hollywood trick that I hate to make seem action seem more intense) but from a wider angle to show case the amazing choreography.
Summary: Nice movie, amazing fight choreography, a bit of a cliche` story but quite nice and appropriate music soundtrack. Script leaves something to be desired at times and Keanu Reeves' acting is below par in certain scenes but overall nice.
Summary: It may not be groundbreaking, but Man of Tai Chi represents an agreeably old-fashioned picture for martial arts fans and a solid debut for first-time director Keanu Reeves. The music is sizzling and Tiger Chen doesn't need wires, it's spectacular.
Summary: I believe this film best represents the themes behind Roald Dahl's rather subversive children's literature. It follows the continuity of both "The Witches" and "James and the Giant Peach," casting repulsive Trunchbull into the roles of Grand High Witch and repulsive evil aunt, with a bit of the ogre...