The camera pans to the poster of Sing and Mui who have married and become famous. Light Weight Small Brother as Lam Tze Chung. Sing goes out for a morning walk and feels happy to see people practicing Kung Fu. . Dialog is often without the meaning the original version contained. A newspaper article then shows Hung being stripped of his title of soccer chairman and sent to jail for five years, while Team Evil players are permanently banned from playing soccer professionally.
This revelation, coupled with the constant bullying from her overbearing boss, leads Mui to disappear. Sing and Fung attempt to put together an unbeatable soccer team. 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. She soon forms an attachment to Sing and even gets a makeover in an attempt to impress Sing. Story: Shaolin Soccer 2001 , Sing is a master of Shaolin Kung Fu, whose goal in life is to promote the spiritual and practical benefits of the art to modern society. Sing meets Mui Zhao Wei , a baker with severe acne who uses Tai chi to bake mantou, and even takes her to look at very expensive dresses at a high-end department store after hours.
Sing explains his desires to Fung who offers his services to coach Sing in soccer. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. Team Shaolin enters the open cup competition in Hong Kong, where they chalk up successive and often ridiculous one-sided victories. They end up meeting Team Evil in the final, owned by none other than Hung. Sing is then thrown into the air in celebration as the trophy is presented to him and his team. The final goal reminds me of Hot-Shot Hamish, for those that read the comics.
In a word, a brilliantly scripted and often funny film. Fung invites a vicious team to play against them and the thugs proceed to give the Shaolin team a brutal beating. Mui and Sing combine their martial skills and rocket the ball downfield. However, this backfires and when Mui reveals her feelings to him, he tells her he only wants to be her friend. He experiments with various methods, but none bear positive results.
He then meets Golden Foot Fung, a legendary Hong Kong soccer star in his day, who is now walking with a limp, following the betrayal of a former teammate Hung, now a rich businessman. . . . .
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