[2014 Movie Review]- Kungfu Jungle Starring Donnie Yen

We were very privileged to have been extended an invitation by Clover Films Singapore to attend the movie premiere of Kungfu Jungle and here’s our take on the movie that is directed by Teddy Chan, starring Donnie Yen, Wang Baoqiang, and Charlie Yeung. Image Credits to Clover Films Singapore

Our Personal Review/Opinion of Kungfu Jungle

With a running duration of 100 minutes, Kungfu Jungle is a fast-paced action movie that promises lots of bone cracking and nerve wrecking martial arts moves that will send chills up your spine. There were many intense moments during the fight scenes and in all honesty, we were quite surprised to learn that the movie was given a PG-13 rating as we felt that the movie is a tad too violent.

The storyline is average and we felt that it could have been more creative. The ending of the movie did not disappoint us at all and we were glad that there was a proper closure instead of abrupt endings that leave people hanging.

If you are into kungfu action films with real kungfu chops and kicks, this is definitely the best movie for you! For more information, do like Clover Films Singapore Facebook Page!

Fans of Donnie Yen will be delighted to know that Kungfu Jungle will be showing island wide in Singapore today, 30 October 2014 at Golden Village, Cathay Cineplex, Shaw Theaters and Filmgarde. If you want to give yourself a good treat, do book your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Movie Synopsis of Kungfu Jungle

A martial arts instructor [Donnie Yen] working at a police academy gets imprisoned after killing a man by accident. But when a vicious killer [Wang Baoqiang] starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help the police in return for his freedom.

Movie Trailer of Kungfu Jungle