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Genres: Sport , Comedy , Action
Actors: Shi Zi Yun , Pu Ye Dong , Ming Ming Zhang , Mei Lin Mo , Kwok-Kwan Chan , Chi Chung Lam , Kai Man Tin , Vincent Kok , Karen Mok , Cecilia Cheung , Hui Li , Yin Tse , Wei Zhao , Man Tat Ng , Stephen Chow
Director: Stephen Chow
Country: China, Hong Kong
Year: 2001
IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 (36160 votes)

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 A shaolin kung-fu practitioner is seeking a way to spread the word about his chosen art. He meets a down-on-his-luck lame ex-football player who trains him and his five brothers to play football. They form a team, and are soon entered in a prestigious tournament with a 1 million dollar prize. Written by Niz Sing is a skilled Shaolin kung fu devotee whose amazing “leg of steel” catches the eye of a soccer coach. Together they assemble a squad of Sing’s former Shaolin brothers inspired by the big-money prize in a national soccer competition. Using an unlikely mix of martial arts and newfound soccer skills, it seems an unbeatable combination until they must face the dreaded Team Evil in the ultimate battle for the title.

Film Review

This has to be one of the goofiest, dumbest, strangest – and funniest – films ever made! It made sound like a cliché, but you truly have to see this movie to believe it. 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…..but so stupid, it's comical! 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 v…

This is one of the best soccer movies ever made. It has violence,romance and comedy all in one amazing movie. This is movie for all ages to watch also some great acting from many Asian characters.It is about a young brother of 6 who is a shoalin kung fu master. At of all his brothers he i the only one that still uses his useful powers. While performing on the streets a former Chinese international named as 'the golden foot' asks him about his kung fu and tells him that he would be a useful soccer player. So he asks his brothers to join his shoalin soccer team. After weeks of training the team enters the Chinese super cup. And after all the rounds they reach the final. Just to find out there opposition is drugged.CAN THEY WIN IT

Shaolin Soccer is another odd movie we've watched recently and it was like some foreign food you try for the first time in your life: you don't know what is it made of but the taste is awesome and keeps you wondering what the hell was that.To help you understand what I mean I'll show you the ingredients:Take 1 young kung fu master with an idee fixe to let the world know about the benefits of studying kung fu and using it in everyday life. Add 1 down-on-his-luck soccer trainer who used to be a legendary player but ended up with broken leg and tarnished honor. Mix. Then add 5 shaolin monks: Iron Head – an unlucky janitor at night club, Hooking Leg – a grumpy dishwasher and excrement transporter, Iron Shirt – not-too-successful businessman, Empty Hand – unemployed guy who wears an infamous yellow suit of Bruce Lee, and Light Weight – an obese grocery store clerk. Also add a team of local thugs. Finally add a baker of sweet buns – a girl with severe acne whose face is only …

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