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Shaolin Kickers jetzt legal online anschauen. Der Film ist aktuell bei maxdome verfügbar. Einst war „Golden Leg“ Fung (Man Tat Ng) ein heller Stern am. In Stephen Chows Shaolin Kickers führen Superkräfte und Kung-Fu-​Geheimtricks zu den wahrscheinlich lustigsten Fußballspielen aller Zeiten. 3. Da kommt den beiden der rettende Gedanke: Shaolin Soccer. VideoMarkt. Sing ist Shaolin-Mönch und Müllsammler. Eines Tages wird er vom ehemaligen Fußball. Shaolin Kickers stream online anschauen - Der abgewrackte Kung-Fu-Crack Sing fristet ein trostloses Dasein als Straßenkehrer. Fung hat das Schicksal nicht​. Gemeinsam haben Fung und Sing den rettenden Einfall: Shaolin Soccer - eine furiose Mischung aus Fußball und Kung-Fu. Mit neu entfachtem Kampfgeist und.

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Shaolin Kickers Einst war „Golden Leg“ Fung (Man Tat Ng) ein heller Stern am Fußballhimmel, bis er sich der Korruption hat hingeben lassen und damit. war seine Karriere schlagartig beendet. Ganz unten in der Gesellschaft angekommen lernt er den ehemaligen Shaolin und Kung Fu Meister Sing kennen. () HD Stream» StreamKiste tvYour browser indicates if you've visited this linkhttps streamkiste tv/movie/shaolin-kickersEs kommt wie es.

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Shaolin Soccer - 'To the Finals' (HD) - A Stephen Chow Film - 2001

Using an unlikely mix of martial arts and newfound soccer skills, it seems an unbeatable combination Young fighter Sing explains to Fung how knowing kung fu can impact every aspect of your life.

After a humiliating defeat, the team's kung fu power returns to them in a glorious display of speed and agility.

Using their supreme kung fu soccer skills, the team quickly advances up the ranks. The team may have finally met its match, but the true source of Team Evil's power is yet to be revealed.

When Sing sees Mui's beautiful kung fu technique on the street, he is overcome and can't help but sing for her.

Sing and Fung try to piece together a soccer team from Sing's old kung fu brothers, but none of them seem too keen on the idea.

Sing demands an apology from a group of local thugs and gets it in his own way. Chow is a master of slapstick, yet seldom overdoes the silliness, choosing carefully timed gags and meticulously mounted visual construction over slapdash comedy.

The film is also no stranger to the bizarre, with Chow's multiple homages to Steven Spielberg, and a weird egg gag that I'm honestly shocked still remains the American cut of the picture.

Overall, Siu lam juk kau is a amazing combination of comedy, action, romance, and dazzling soccer footage, forming an irresistible package to those looking for something they haven't seen before.

We see that it is a personal story that everyone is having fun being a part of. The dubbing which seemed off a couple times only added delight to this film.

Chow's Siu lam juk kau, is and will always be breathtaking. This has to be one of the goofiest, dumbest, strangest - and funniest - films ever made!

It's that outrageous, far-out: a slapstick film containing martial arts, supernatural power and the sport of soccer. We get the usual misfits-make good story, which is nothing new, but how it happens in unlike anything I've ever seen.

I can't recall how man times I literally laughed out loud watching these ludicrous scenes. The climactic soccer game at the nd got carried away, of course, but it was still fun to watch.

Earlier in the story, the bizarre dialog, odd encounters with different characters and the humor is stupid many times I just shook my head in amazement at what I was seeing and hearing.

Be prepared, as I said, for some incredible dumb things, but also for much weird but definitely entertaining stuff.

Note: I watched the short "English theatrical version" which runs 89 minutes. You can also view the minute Chinese version.

From what I've heard, read, and witnessed, the minute is sufficient. Any more of this insanity would be too much.

This movie contains the traditional Chineese fundamentals for a comedy; Pain, humiliation, cheap effects and serious over acting.

Regardless of these facts it held me enthralled all the way to the End. A truly funny and original film! This film was seen as something of a surprise.

Having only heard of Shaolin Soccer on the net, and seen a teaser for the film, I thought nothing more of it until given the opportunity to go and watch the UK release.

My initial disappointment with the dubbing I am a subtitle die-hard was soon overcome with admiration of how far HK cinema has come.

Imagine the FX expertise of the Matrix with the comedy of Jackie Chan fused into a somewhat generic football film.

In a word, a brilliantly scripted and often funny film. It feels as if there is more to the love story in the original cut of the film, as the story occasionally skipped in places, like a bad DVD.

But the overall story is not affected, it moves sedately at first, which is good, as the excessive use of Kung-fu and Football are shown in increasingly ridiculous stages.

The final goal reminds me of Hot-Shot Hamish, for those that read the comics. Worth seeing, and I can't wait for the DVD - providing it has the original cut, and subtitles.

After watching the deadly dull and self important road to perdition, my friend and I needed a movie to cleanse our system.

Shoalin Soccer is the perfect movie for that purpose. I dare anyone to actually hate this movie.

The special effects are great, all the performances are great, and the movie doesn't take itself at all seriously. I think the horrible translated subtitles actually improved the experience.

Stephen Chow is definitely a talent to watch. Miramax, please don't mess with this movie too much if you ever release this in america. A Gem that glows in the dark Possible spoilers herein potoko 25 November Foreign movies are frowned upon by many American audiences.

Whether it is because they are afraid of new ways of cinema, xenophobia, or the simple reason of not wanting to read the subtitles are among the reasons that seem to haunt them.

Nonetheless, there are some movies that overcome these obstacles and are widely acclaimed by all of the people alike.

I believe this is one of them. Despite its disparity with western comedy, Shaolin Soccer still does its job of conveying laughter to its viewers.

The story is original as well, something that Hollywood has not been able to come up in a very long time except for a few.

The story is not funny per se, but what is wonderful about this movie is that each one of the characters is fully embraced by its respective actors.

For example, the goalkeeper alluding the ever great Bruce Lee. His facial expression and actions bring, for a moment, the late Bruce Lee to an audience that has been longing for his presence in the big screen Bruce Lee fans remember, I am not saying that he is as great as Bruce Lee is, but that his actions are reminiscent of him.

I applaud this funny, yet intelligent movie with the hope that in the near future American audiences can widely appreciate other foreign movies more.

Thank you very much for taking your time reading my review. Although he's not exactly from brilliant yet, the direction has improved vastly.

And the new CG scenes are often amusing and visually interesting demanding repetitive viewings. While the film is fun and generally smart, it falls prey to a bit of an obvious story, of course this is one of those little-plot high-laugh comedies, One can't help be feel bogged down by some of the love plot, which unlike a lot of the soccer field action, it's totally predictable and at times is a bore.

If you must see Shaolin Soccer, be sure to watch it with it's original language and subtitles.

The American English version had many of the films funniest scenes cut to make the film more PG rating.

Watch it in it's uncut version to see one of the funniest and most enjoyable Sports-Martial Arts-Comedy of the 's.

A friend recommended this to me and unfortunately that's still the only way people in europe know about this movie: from mouth to mouth.

Absolutely one of the most brilliant comedies i've ever seen. Must see. Won't tell anything else. I don't remember who recommended this movie to me, but I'm glad I watched it.

There were some things I didn't understand, though, specifically how Miu became gorgeous which she was, even with a bald head and how Miu got into the final game.

So the next night I watched the Original version hoping there might be some explanations. There weren't. The only explanation I can think of how Miu became gorgeous is that someone told her she is beautiful so she became beautiful.

But how she got into the final game is still a mystery. But it is just a mere detail. Anyway, the reasons I liked the Miramax cut better were that it cut out stuff that was not integral to the movie.

Miramax also cut the scenes of Miu being friendly with the team and the scene in which Miu stands up to her boss.

Miu standing up to her boss was a great scene and let us see more of Miu's mastery. However, the boss not firing her after that was the most unbelievable thing in this movie of fantasy.

I think Miramax did good to cut the scene so the movie would make a little more sense as to why Miu still had a job before being fired for making salty and bitter buns.

The Miramax cut also added special touches such as the signs being in English. Another addition to the Miramax cut that I found to be a funny moment moreso than in the Original version was the cell-phone call Iron Shirt made during the final game.

In the original version he just called a girl to tell her he loved her. In the Miramax version, he poured out his heart saying I love you only to find out he was talking to a man.

He then said something like, "Please tell your wife what I just told you. Anyway, all in all, they were both very good versions.

So whichever one you get to see, please see it. Discussing the plot would be as silly as the film itself, but I will say a couple of things to give you an idea.

The soccer competition is in the hand of one man named Hung Yin Tse. He leads a team called Team Evil, winning the competition every year.

There is also a girl involved, of course. What you can expect is a lot of fun and funny moments. To give you an example, Sing can kick the ball so hard he can disable four opponents with one shot.

Other can defy gravity the way the characters did it in 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'. From time to time the ball changes into a ball of fire, causes strong winds or the earth to tremble.

Of course the Shaolin team will face Team Evil in the final game and of course it is a big surprise who will win. What does it matter?

By then you have laughed a lot, you have seen some pretty images, you are really entertained. The only reason I watched this film was my flatmate had had it recommended to him, he spotted a copy in Chinatown, I was bored this evening.

The title 'Shaolin Soccer', the synopsis, the box art etc were not promising, I was expecting the usual cliched B-movie: Fallen star brings together rag-tag gang of outsiders, trains them up allowing them to bond and then usual finish beating the evil favourites.

Right, that's enough of the bad preconceptions. Although the story is technically pretty cliched it is executed flawlessly and as other reviewers have mentioned - this is a comedy and a very funny one at that.

It's not deep, it's not going to win an Oscar - but I just sat through it with a great big grin slapped on my face laughing my arse off.

I'd somehow got the idea that China was somehow going to produce crappy blue-screen special effects, not at all true. Film is crammed with some very nice effects which are completely OTT, but add enormously to the overall impact of the film.

Enough of my pointless rambling anyway. Please get a group of your mates round, crack open a few beers and watch this film - I promise you you won't regret it.

A Shaolin martial artist applies kung fu to soccer, setting up a team of old friends under the tutelage of a crippled coach who is seeking revenge on the man who ruined his career as a player.

I love the idea of combining extraordinary martial arts skills with football, but nothing illustrates my failure to understand Asian humour more than this zany 'comedy' from Stephen Chow.

While many clearly find Shaolin Soccer absolutely hilarious, the film made me laugh about as much as the time my appendix almost ruptured.

In addition to the dreadful slapstick and silly impromptu dance routines that pass for humour in this perplexingly popular kung fu comedy sports film, I also found myself cringing at the horribly dated and totally unconvincing CGI that it relies so heavily upon: you would think they could at least make the football look real This is a ride, more than a movie.

And well, if it is a movie, it could be many more movies also. It has a story about a soccer tournament, like in a sports movie.

It has a story about love, a really good one, like in a romantic movie; and it has a story about friendship, like in many kinds of movies.

It surely has some other stories which I won't tell. Here, Stephen Chow took the amazing work of creating a story involving real characters in not so real, but agreeable situations.

He has given each character a personality of its own; just to create comedy, with a humor that is sometimes honest and others rough. It has some great comedy moments although, coming from the characters, very peculiar ones.

It basically all comes from the characters. You have different persons, united by one thing: Shaolin Kung-Fu. And then you have one man, with one passion: Soccer.

This premise helps to create human emotions in the characters. They all have a past that, for some reason, want to forget.

Except one of them, who could be living in the past, and still thinks in the goodness of Shaolin Kung-Fu.

He believes in it so much, that he gives speeches to people about the qualities of his culture, and the improvement it could do in society.

He is right, and sooner or later, she will remind these things to some people, and they will all remember. They will all be prepared to get together again.

What a good-hearted film this is, and how it is filmed, it's beyond imagination. You will find special effects from other world.

In occasions, these will seem slow for you, and you will think they are not well managed or handled; but then you will watch. Watching will make you connect all the elements of the story, to make it one.

In elements I include special effects, and say again: they couldn't be done better, especially in a movie like this one.

The actors do a great job, the entire cast. They give their characters, the personal development they need.

They are not playing the most complex people in the world, but they still know what characters they're playing. You will probably find something you've seen before, I can't deny that.

You will find the ending you expect, the situations you imagine, the resolutions you anticipate, or not.

You'll have the old coach, the person with the dreams and the heart, the girl; it's just that you'll have them differently you'll realize what I mean.

A very different one. I just recently saw this movie with my father and brother, and we couldnt stop laughing!

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Shaolin Soccer - 'To the Finals' (HD) - A Stephen Chow Film - 2001

The twelve bronze heads of the animals from the Chinese zodiac. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two reunite.

On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love. Thongs and Octopus accept a job from their landlord: kidnap a baby.

Soon, the baby awakens strong paternal feelings in the two crooks, leading to complications when it comes to handing him over to his possibly crazy gang boss grandfather.

A group of astronauts gain superpowers after a cosmic radiation exposure and must use them to oppose the plans of their enemy, Doctor Victor Von Doom.

The Little family adopt a charming young mouse named Stuart, but the family cat wants rid of him. A newly recruited night security guard at the Museum of Natural History discovers that an ancient curse causes the animals and exhibits on display to come to life and wreak havoc.

An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.

The Fantastic Four learn that they aren't the only super-powered beings in the universe when they square off against the powerful Silver Surfer and the planet-eating Galactus.

After a fateful mistake costing his career, an ex-soccer player bum meets a shaolin kung fu student trying to spread the word of kung fu.

The ex-soccer player helps reconcile with his five brothers, and teaches them soccer, adding shaolin kung fu as a twist. Written by ravedragon.

I just recently saw this movie with my father and brother, and we couldnt stop laughing! This one, in special, has great FX, a good sense of humor and the actors are great.

I recommend this movie if you like soccer or if you wish to spend a very good time with your friends.

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Please help us to describe the issue so we can fix it asap. Send Cancel. Must see. Won't tell anything else. I don't remember who recommended this movie to me, but I'm glad I watched it.

There were some things I didn't understand, though, specifically how Miu became gorgeous which she was, even with a bald head and how Miu got into the final game.

So the next night I watched the Original version hoping there might be some explanations. There weren't. The only explanation I can think of how Miu became gorgeous is that someone told her she is beautiful so she became beautiful.

But how she got into the final game is still a mystery. But it is just a mere detail. Anyway, the reasons I liked the Miramax cut better were that it cut out stuff that was not integral to the movie.

Miramax also cut the scenes of Miu being friendly with the team and the scene in which Miu stands up to her boss. Miu standing up to her boss was a great scene and let us see more of Miu's mastery.

However, the boss not firing her after that was the most unbelievable thing in this movie of fantasy. I think Miramax did good to cut the scene so the movie would make a little more sense as to why Miu still had a job before being fired for making salty and bitter buns.

The Miramax cut also added special touches such as the signs being in English. Another addition to the Miramax cut that I found to be a funny moment moreso than in the Original version was the cell-phone call Iron Shirt made during the final game.

In the original version he just called a girl to tell her he loved her. In the Miramax version, he poured out his heart saying I love you only to find out he was talking to a man.

He then said something like, "Please tell your wife what I just told you. Anyway, all in all, they were both very good versions.

So whichever one you get to see, please see it. Discussing the plot would be as silly as the film itself, but I will say a couple of things to give you an idea.

The soccer competition is in the hand of one man named Hung Yin Tse. He leads a team called Team Evil, winning the competition every year.

There is also a girl involved, of course. What you can expect is a lot of fun and funny moments. To give you an example, Sing can kick the ball so hard he can disable four opponents with one shot.

Other can defy gravity the way the characters did it in 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'. From time to time the ball changes into a ball of fire, causes strong winds or the earth to tremble.

Of course the Shaolin team will face Team Evil in the final game and of course it is a big surprise who will win.

What does it matter? By then you have laughed a lot, you have seen some pretty images, you are really entertained. The only reason I watched this film was my flatmate had had it recommended to him, he spotted a copy in Chinatown, I was bored this evening.

The title 'Shaolin Soccer', the synopsis, the box art etc were not promising, I was expecting the usual cliched B-movie: Fallen star brings together rag-tag gang of outsiders, trains them up allowing them to bond and then usual finish beating the evil favourites.

Right, that's enough of the bad preconceptions. Although the story is technically pretty cliched it is executed flawlessly and as other reviewers have mentioned - this is a comedy and a very funny one at that.

It's not deep, it's not going to win an Oscar - but I just sat through it with a great big grin slapped on my face laughing my arse off.

I'd somehow got the idea that China was somehow going to produce crappy blue-screen special effects, not at all true.

Film is crammed with some very nice effects which are completely OTT, but add enormously to the overall impact of the film. Enough of my pointless rambling anyway.

Please get a group of your mates round, crack open a few beers and watch this film - I promise you you won't regret it. A Shaolin martial artist applies kung fu to soccer, setting up a team of old friends under the tutelage of a crippled coach who is seeking revenge on the man who ruined his career as a player.

I love the idea of combining extraordinary martial arts skills with football, but nothing illustrates my failure to understand Asian humour more than this zany 'comedy' from Stephen Chow.

While many clearly find Shaolin Soccer absolutely hilarious, the film made me laugh about as much as the time my appendix almost ruptured.

In addition to the dreadful slapstick and silly impromptu dance routines that pass for humour in this perplexingly popular kung fu comedy sports film, I also found myself cringing at the horribly dated and totally unconvincing CGI that it relies so heavily upon: you would think they could at least make the football look real This is a ride, more than a movie.

And well, if it is a movie, it could be many more movies also. It has a story about a soccer tournament, like in a sports movie.

It has a story about love, a really good one, like in a romantic movie; and it has a story about friendship, like in many kinds of movies.

It surely has some other stories which I won't tell. Here, Stephen Chow took the amazing work of creating a story involving real characters in not so real, but agreeable situations.

He has given each character a personality of its own; just to create comedy, with a humor that is sometimes honest and others rough.

It has some great comedy moments although, coming from the characters, very peculiar ones. It basically all comes from the characters.

You have different persons, united by one thing: Shaolin Kung-Fu. And then you have one man, with one passion: Soccer.

This premise helps to create human emotions in the characters. They all have a past that, for some reason, want to forget. Except one of them, who could be living in the past, and still thinks in the goodness of Shaolin Kung-Fu.

He believes in it so much, that he gives speeches to people about the qualities of his culture, and the improvement it could do in society.

He is right, and sooner or later, she will remind these things to some people, and they will all remember. They will all be prepared to get together again.

What a good-hearted film this is, and how it is filmed, it's beyond imagination. You will find special effects from other world.

In occasions, these will seem slow for you, and you will think they are not well managed or handled; but then you will watch.

Watching will make you connect all the elements of the story, to make it one. In elements I include special effects, and say again: they couldn't be done better, especially in a movie like this one.

The actors do a great job, the entire cast. They give their characters, the personal development they need.

They are not playing the most complex people in the world, but they still know what characters they're playing. You will probably find something you've seen before, I can't deny that.

You will find the ending you expect, the situations you imagine, the resolutions you anticipate, or not.

You'll have the old coach, the person with the dreams and the heart, the girl; it's just that you'll have them differently you'll realize what I mean.

A very different one. I just recently saw this movie with my father and brother, and we couldnt stop laughing!

This one, in special, has great FX, a good sense of humor and the actors are great. I recommend this movie if you like soccer or if you wish to spend a very good time with your friends.

Congratulations to chinese movie makers for this great and amazing film! I watched this movie expecting it to be a cute little movie, which is what it looked like from the trailer, but it was absolutely brilliant.

Some of the scenes, such as the first time we see Mui making bread, are absolute genius; so funny that you are screaming with laughter.

The idea itself is very ingenious, using the style of extravagant martial arts films in a soccer movie, and is done beautifully.

It's all very funny in an incredibly silly way. While the film is mainly inventive sight gags, it also does a good job sketching out its characters in quieter moments.

I felt Mui seemed like she should have been in more of the film, and I've read that a lot of her part got cut out of the American release, which is a shame.

A number of people are saying the original is vastly superior to the edited U. I had never heard of this movie at all before I walked into Suncoast that fateful day that it was playing on the TV in there.

This movie was so great that I actually stayed and watched the whole thing and then bought the movie.

Since, I have watched this movie at least ten times and would gladly watch it again right now.

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