In general, martial arts films tend to be ignored or blown up by specialist critics due to the lack of script depth or the cast’s performance.
However, the recent “ The Paper Tigers ” garnered 100% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, which caught the public’s attention.
One of the main comments says that:
“The Paper Tigers” was made with a sense of passion that can only come from a filmmaker eager to express his inner creativity. “- Film survey.
The Own League review strengthens:
“The Paper Tigers” brings a charming and heartfelt look to martial arts films that were more about the spirit of this art and not just internal combat; with great fight scenes, genius comedy, nostalgic old school and a radical message.
Directed by Tran Quoc Bao, the film is an action comedy that follows three kung fu prodigies, Danny (Alain Uy), Hing (Ron Yuan) and Jim (Mykel Shannon Jenkins), who spend a few decades without practicing their talents. .
When their master dies under mysterious circumstances, they decide it’s time to show that they can still fight – except that almost 30 years without practicing hasn’t worked out very well for any of them.
Still not scheduled to debut in Brazil, “The Paper Tigers” will be released on May 7 in North American theaters.
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The cast also includes Matthew Page (‘Enter the Dojo – Master Ken’), Andy Le (‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’) and Yuji Okumoto (‘Cobra Kai’, ‘Karate Kid II’).
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