History Creator / StephenChow

14th Oct '16 3:57:54 PM KingClark
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* RuleOfFunny: Widely considered the TropeCodifier for Hongkong cinema.

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* RuleOfFunny: Widely considered the TropeCodifier for Hongkong cinema.

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Hong Kong cinema.
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24th Sep '16 10:22:05 AM nombretomado
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* ''New Fist of Fury'' (an AffectionateParody of BruceLee's Film/FistOfFury, of course. There's even an ActingForTwo moment in an IntercontinuityCrossover with ''All for the Winner''.)

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* ''New Fist of Fury'' (an AffectionateParody of BruceLee's Film/FistOfFury, Creator/BruceLee's ''Film/FistOfFury'', of course. There's even an ActingForTwo moment in an IntercontinuityCrossover with ''All for the Winner''.)
31st Jul '15 11:39:24 AM Frankie
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* EnlightenmentSuperpowers: Multiple of his films involve a Buddhist powerup to finish the climactic battle.
22nd Jun '15 12:05:27 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* MoodWhiplash: Chow's films are known to veer from slapstick comedy to melodramatic tragedy on a dime.

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* MoodWhiplash: Chow's films are known to suddenly veer from slapstick comedy to melodramatic tragedy on a dime.and back.
22nd Jun '15 12:04:38 AM CaptainCrawdad
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!!Creator/StephenChow provides examples of:

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!!Creator/StephenChow !!Creator/StephenChow's work provides examples of:



* DarkAndTroubledPast: Stephen Chow had it '''hard''' as a kid growing up in Kowloon's ghettoes, which rarely had running water and barely any electricity or sanitation. He had to learn Jeet Kune Do from television (when he could watch it) because he could not afford the lessons as a boy, and was lucky to even be educated. The resultant bitterness towards life is evident in the extremely cynical and sardonic sense of humor that is prevalent in all his film, wherein almost nothing ''ever'' goes right for honest and hard working people.



* MoodWhiplash: Chow's films are known to veer from slapstick comedy to melodramatic tragedy on a dime.



* SadClown: Chow is best known for his comedic roles and films, but behind the scenes he doesn't seem to be very happy.

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* SadClown: Chow is best known for his comedic roles and films, but behind the scenes he doesn't seem to be very happy.
15th Jun '15 5:34:07 PM nombretomado
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His [[Film/JourneyToTheWestConqueringTheDemons take]] on ''JourneyToTheWest'' has him changing things up a bit by sticking to the directorship.

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His [[Film/JourneyToTheWestConqueringTheDemons take]] on ''JourneyToTheWest'' ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'' has him changing things up a bit by sticking to the directorship.



* ''Film/AChineseOdyssey'' (based off ''JourneyToTheWest'')

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* ''Film/AChineseOdyssey'' (based off ''JourneyToTheWest'')''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'')
9th May '15 5:30:35 PM Tuckerscreator
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An influential Hong Kong comedian, actor and film director, best known in the west for ''{{Shaolin Soccer}}'' and ''Film/KungFuHustle'', Stephen Chow Sing-Chi is famous for his slap stick martial arts movies. He also has something of a reputation for taking unknowns as his romantic lead, collectively called "Sing girls", all of whom go on to have successful careers in their own right.

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An influential Hong Kong comedian, actor and film director, best known in the west for ''{{Shaolin Soccer}}'' ''Film/ShaolinSoccer'' and ''Film/KungFuHustle'', Stephen Chow Sing-Chi is famous for his slap stick martial arts movies. He also has something of a reputation for taking unknowns as his romantic lead, collectively called "Sing girls", all of whom go on to have successful careers in their own right.
28th Apr '15 8:26:50 AM Morgenthaler
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As an actor he has been known to be the lead actor in all of his movies as well as some lead roles in films such as the ''GodOfGamblers'' sequels and ''A Chinese Odyssey''.

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As an actor he has been known to be the lead actor in all of his movies as well as some lead roles in films such as the ''GodOfGamblers'' ''Film/GodOfGamblers'' sequels and ''A Chinese Odyssey''.
28th Apr '15 8:07:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''All for the Winner'' (originally a ''God of Gamblers'' parody, later gets [[CanonImmigrant promoted to canon]] when he appears in ''God of Gamblers III'')
* ''New Fist of Fury'' (an AffectionateParody of BruceLee's FistOfFury, of course. There's even an ActingForTwo moment in an IntercontinuityCrossover with ''All for the Winner''.)

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* ''All for the Winner'' (originally a ''God of Gamblers'' ''Film/GodOfGamblers'' parody, later gets [[CanonImmigrant promoted to canon]] when he appears in ''God of Gamblers III'')
* ''New Fist of Fury'' (an AffectionateParody of BruceLee's FistOfFury, Film/FistOfFury, of course. There's even an ActingForTwo moment in an IntercontinuityCrossover with ''All for the Winner''.)
7th Aug '14 4:32:47 PM Quag15
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