not sure what the motivation for this film was unless it's some sort of political reform agenda and lord knows politicians need something more stringent than reform.. there's nothing worse for a soldier than ennui and lack of confidence in your weapon.. the bottom line is: either let's go out there and kill some folks or let's go home.. osborne russell, the mountain man, wrote in his journal, "the thought of danger is more hideous than the sight of it".
Tai Chi 0 or Tai Chi Zero is a 2012 Chinese 3D martial arts film directed by Stephen Fung. It is a fictitious retelling of how the Chen style of the martial art t'ai chi ch'uan, that for generations was kept within the Chen family of Chenjiagou, was taught to the first outsider, Yang Luchan, by Chen Changxing. This is the first film to be produced by Stephen Fung's and Daniel Wu's new production company, Diversion Pictures and also marks the acting debut of Jayden Yuan, who plays the lead role. This film was shot back-to-back with its sequel, Tai Chi Hero. They are to be followed by a third as-of-yet undeveloped movie named Tai Chi Summit.
Tai Chi Hero is a 2012 Hong Kong-Chinese 3D martial arts film directed by Stephen Fung, written and produced by Kuo-fu Chen. It is the sequel to Fung's 2012 film Tai Chi Zero. It is to be followed by a third undeveloped movie named Tai Chi Summit. It was released in Hong Kong on October 25, 2012.