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Man Of Tai Chi

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The content of film will follow a young grandmaster who is crashed into an illegal mortal tournament in Beijing that is operated by an American tycoon. The tycoon character Reeves have the only goal that is to make a Taiji person with a pure heart become a ruthless murderer.
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Movie Mezzanine
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February 05, 2014

While Reeves exhibits natural talent behind the camera, his debut carries an austere coldness that shuts out any semblance of diverting pleasure.
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The Film Stage
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June 23, 2016

Yes, it's irreverent at times, but Man Of Tai Chi exudes confidence in its silliness, too, never actually treating the subject of martial arts as light or inconsequential.
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Orange County Register
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November 01, 2013

Keanu Reeves makes his directorial debut in a cartoonish kung fu movie with splashy fight scenes and an underdeveloped wit.
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Metro

November 14, 2013

[Director Keanu Reeves] cuts too much, but he respects the fighters' abilities - and the viewers' desire to see them.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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November 01, 2013

Don't get too hopeful for greatness, but the damned thing works.
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ScreenCrush
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March 16, 2017

As a martial arts action film, Man of Tai Chi is fun enough -- the fights are engaging, Chen's moves are breathtaking, and Keanu Reeves goes full Keanu Reeves.
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Los Angeles Times
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November 04, 2013

The brutally efficient shooting style Reeves employs to film master choreographer Yuen Woo Ping's breathtaking fights is refreshingly grounded and old-school kinetic.
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Bullz-Eye.com
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March 04, 2015

Man of Tai Chi is probably one of the best martial arts films this side of The Raid.
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Globe and Mail
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November 01, 2013

[An] ambitious but generic martial-arts movie.
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Newcity
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April 07, 2014

Pro forma, sure, but briskly paced. For the most part, the fight scenes are grounded in physical potential, but there are shots and edits that have simple physical magic to them.
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NPR
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November 01, 2013

Reeves has clearly seen many Hong Kong films, and with the help of two veterans, Hollywood cinematographer Elliot Davis and HK editor Derek Hui, he's replicated one.
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RogerEbert.com
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November 01, 2013

Cinematographer Elliot Davis films the fight scenes with thrilling immediacy: lots of long takes, so you realize you are actually seeing these guys actually do this, as opposed to watching something pieced together later in the editing room.
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