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Master Z is an one time watch movie with good action sequences though the same can't be said to its storyline. Acting is okayish but not good. Dave Batista does his part pretty fine. If you are expecting it to be like Donnie Yen's Ip Man, you will be utterly disappointed. Nowhere close to his Ip Man trilogy. See it with less expectations you will be entertained if not amazed. Thumbs up for Action.
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