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Grayson Baker
Grayson Baker

Kung Fu Yoga (2017)


Kung Fu Yoga (2017) doesn't match the fun of last years Skiptrace (2016), but as long as you love Jackie Chan you'll get something out of this. It's main failure is that it tries to be too international mixing Chinese and Indian culture in a lame way. What it does bring is Jackie Chan dancing as if he was in a Bollywood movie!!! Not sold, huh? Well, I enjoyed that.




Kung Fu Yoga (2017)



Team Jackie goes down through the ice and discovers the remains of Wang Xuance and his soldiers, along with a trove of gold and other artifacts. Team Randall shows up and a fight ensues. Ashmita tries to salvage a huge pink gem from a headrest that gets knocked around throughout the fight, but Jones grabs it, escapes to the surface and disappears. Randall takes the gold (I think) and leaves Team Jackie to freeze to death. (Evil Overlord mistake! He should have slit their throats.) Ashmita and Jackie use an ancient yoga breathing technique and some other technique, respectively, to hold their breath and swim out of the ice cave. (The swimming scene is pretty, but that kind of thing makes me disproportionately anxious.)


Jack, a world-renowned archaeology professor, and his team are on a grand quest to locate a lost ancient Indian treasure when they are ambushed by a team of mercenaries and left for dead. Using his vast knowledge of history and kung fu, Jack leads his team on a race around the world to beat the mercenaries to the treasure and save an ancient culture.Metrics Movie DetailsSouth Korea Releases:March 29th, 2017 (Wide), released as Kung Fu YogaVideo Release:June 20th, 2017 by Well Go USA VideoMPAA Rating:Not RatedRunning Time:107 minutesKeywords:Archaeology, College Professor, Treasure Hunters, Set in India, Set in Tibet, Set in DubaiSource:Original ScreenplayGenre:ActionProduction Method:Live ActionCreative Type:Contemporary FictionProduction Countries:China, IndiaLanguages:English, Hindi, MandarinHome Market Releases for August 8th, 2017August 8th, 2017


Influenced by the movies of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, Glen began training in martial arts and gymnastics in 1995. He made his first of many visits to Malaysia and Singapore in 1998 to learn Chin Woo kung fu under the supervision of Master Teng Wie Yoo. Glen is the author of "The Art of Coaching" and "Fearless The Story of Chin Woo Kung Fu", and runs a kung fu & kickboxing school in Hertfordshire, England. 041b061a72


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