There are some movies the moment we hear their titles it brings back memories from the past, In the late 90’s movies where shown shown at movie houses where people had to pay money to go and watch them. Televisions were not common like today and it wasn’t easy to get access to these films to watch.
One of the movies which really has been watched by almost all movie lovers is Shaolin Soccer. The movie which tells the story of a combination of Kunfu and football, won the hearts of people from how the story was told. The movie has won several awards after it was release in the year 2001.
There were many myths and lies that we were told as children. The most notable was the Ghana vs. India match, in which we were allegedly told that Ghana had been defeated by India by a score of 99:1. We were told during that game that the ball could turn into fire, lion, or even a cauldron in Twi, which means "dadesen," making it difficult for our keeper to keep the ball from going into the net.
There are some movies no matter how many times you have watched it, when it’s being showed today you will still sit and watch every bit of it. In the early 90s and 200s foreign movies were very common in Ghana. Those were the eras we pay to go watch a movie at movie centers.
Shaolin Soccer, is a Chinese sports comedy film which was released in 2001, directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead role. Stephen Chow, a form Shaolin monk who reunites his five brothers, years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play football and bring Shaolin Kung Fu to it rise. Stephen Chow, (Might Steel Leg) a Shaolin Kung Fu monk. He is the team's striker and uses his extremely powerful kicks to make unstoppable shots. Ng Man-tat, (Golden Leg) a player
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His name is Stephen Chow(born 22 June 1962) and you may not believe what you are about to read. Throwback to 2001 when the high grossing film "Shaolin Soccer" was released, to everyone who watched that film, there are always lovely moments to pull out of it, sad story for the modern kids who never had the chance to see that film, but I recommend you watch it and Crack your ribs a little bit. But the most interesting part of the film was not revealed, and you may not believe what you are about to read!!! Did
Ng Man-tat, the star Shaolin Soccer and regular associate of Kung Fu Hustle producer Stephen Chow, has kicked the bucket.The famous Hong Kong entertainer, joined by his better half and kids, passed on calmly on Saturday of liver disease.He was 70.