It is 1959, where Ip Man lives in Hong Kong with his significant other and his more youthful child. Inconvenience emerges when a degenerate property designer and his hooligans threaten the school where Ip Man’s child goes to. Ip Man and his devotees need to enable the police to monitor the school day and night. Then again, Ip Man needs to manage his better half’s terminal infection, and in the meantime faces a test from another Wing Chun contender who yearningly looks to guarantee the Wing Chun Grandmaster title.
I don’t watch kung fu motion pictures much however when I do watch one I hope to see a great deal of activity. With “Ip Man 3” I wasn’t baffled. Like with most kung fu movies I’ve seen, the plot and story-line is basic. This one was actually the same. A kung fu Master, Master Ip , must battle a pack driven by a screwy property engineer name Frank, that is attempting to assume control over a nearby school, a basic story-line yet an extraordinary activity film.