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- At the end of Ip Man 2, I was annoyed that Ip didn't beat Twister to death the way Twister did Master Hung. I thought Twister got off lightly by still having his life whereas his victim didn't. Some time later I realised: It's Cruel Mercy! Being the horrible racist that he is, if Twister had died fighting in the ring he would probably have deluded himself into thinking that he would be feted as a hero by the British for going down a fighter. On the contrary, to have Ip spare him, and then to witness the British in attendance applaud the speech made by Ip about learning tolerance, is something that shatters his worldview. He will never be the same for realising that not everyone shares his hateful mindset. -- User:Gentlemens Dame 883
- Still not good enough: The fact Ip Man did not cripple the bastard means he is going to go back to England to CONTINUE having a successful boxing career and die peacefully of old age with loved ones around his deathbed. Reducing him to a gibbering vegetable that has to beg for its bread and water, not to mention even walking to the toilet, is the ONLY justice fit for destroying a Lineage of Chinese Warriors (which is what he did by murdering Master Hung before he can complete his teachings to his successors). Twister got LESS than his just deserts.
- If Ip Man's young son is a child in 1937, how is he the same age in 1950 in the sequel, exactly?
- It is possible that the child in the first film is Ip Chun, Ip Man's eldest son; and the one in the second film is Ip Ching, the youngest; and they are played by the same actor.
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