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Shaolin Soccer: A Kung Fu Comedy That Scores

Shaolin Soccer is a 2001 Hong Kong comedy film written and directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars as the main character. The film tells the story of a young Shaolin monk who reunites with his discouraged brothers to form a soccer team using their martial art skills to their advantage. The film is a parody of sports and kung fu movies, and features a lot of humor, action, and special effects.

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The film was a huge success in Hong Kong and China, breaking box office records and winning several awards. It also received positive reviews from critics and audiences around the world, and became one of the most popular Hong Kong films of all time. The film was released in different versions in different countries, with some scenes added or removed depending on the market. The film was also dubbed in various languages, including English, French, Spanish, Hindi, and Japanese.

The Plot

The film begins with a flashback of a young Sing (Stephen Chow) witnessing his idol, Golden Leg Fung (Ng Man-tat), a legendary soccer star, being crippled by his teammate Hung (Patrick Tse), who was bribed by a rival team. Sing vows to bring glory back to Fung and soccer by learning Shaolin kung fu.

Years later, Sing is a poor and unsuccessful Shaolin monk who tries to spread the word of kung fu to the modern society, but is often ridiculed and rejected. He meets Fung, who is now a homeless alcoholic, and convinces him to be his soccer coach. Sing then recruits his five brothers, who have abandoned their Shaolin training and taken up various low-paying jobs, to join his team. They are Iron Head (Wong Yat-fei), Hooking Leg (Mo Mei-lin), Iron Shirt (Tin Kai-man), Light Weight (Lam Tze-chung), and Empty Hand (Danny Chan). Sing also falls in love with Mui (Zhao Wei), a shy and insecure baker who has extraordinary kung fu skills.

The team enters a local tournament, where they face various opponents with different styles and abilities. They use their kung fu skills to overcome the challenges and win the matches, gaining popularity and fame along the way. However, they also attract the attention of Hung, who is now the coach of Team Evil, the reigning champion of the national tournament. Hung hires Team Puma, a group of skilled foreign players, to injure Sing's team before the final match. He also kidnaps Mui and forces her to join Team Evil.

In the final match, Sing's team is severely outnumbered and outmatched by Team Evil, who use drugs to enhance their performance. Sing's brothers are injured one by one, leaving only Sing and Mui on the field. Sing encourages Mui to unleash her true potential and use her kung fu skills to score a goal. Sing then uses his ultimate technique, the Buddhist Palm, to shoot a powerful ball that breaks through Team Evil's defense and scores the winning goal. Sing's team celebrates their victory, while Hung is arrested for his crimes. The film ends with Sing and Mui getting married and becoming famous soccer stars.

The Cast



Stephen Chow


Zhao Wei


Ng Man-tat


Patrick Tse


Wong Yat-fei

Iron Head

Mo Mei-lin

Hooking Leg

Tin Kai-man

Iron Shirt

Lam Tze-chung

Light Weight

Danny Chan

Empty Hand

Cecilia Cheung

Dragon Twin

Karen Mok

Dragon Twin

Vincent Kok

Team Puma Leader

The Reception

Shaolin Soccer was a critical and commercial success, earning rave reviews and breaking box office records. The film won several awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards, and the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film also received a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globe Awards.

The film was praised for its originality, creativity, humor, action, and special effects. Critics and audiences also appreciated the film's message of teamwork, friendship, love, and self-confidence. The film was also noted for its homage and parody of various genres and films, such as The Matrix, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Bruce Lee movies, and soccer movies.

The film has a cult following among fans of Hong Kong cinema and kung fu comedy. The film has also influenced other films and media, such as Kung Fu Hustle, Kung Fu Panda, Shaolin Girl, and Kung Fu Dunk.

The Sources

The information in this article was obtained from the following sources:

  • [IMDb]

  • [JustWatch]

  • [JustWatch]


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