Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen is a 2010 Chinese martial arts action movie directed by Andrew Lau (the Infernal Affairs series) starring Donnie Yen, Shu Qi, Anthony Wong Chau-Sang and Ryu Kohata. (Director Andrew Lau should not be confused with Infernal Affairs star Andy Lau.) Although described as a sequel to Fist of Legend, which was directed by co-writer Gordon Chan, this film shares little with Fist of Legend other than the character of Chen Zhen (played by Jet Li in Fist of Legend) and actor Yasuaki Kurata, who plays a different role. Legend of the Fist actually is set about a decade before Fist of Legend, and is more like a convergence point between Fist of Legend, Bruce Lee's Fist of Fury (which Fist of Legend was a remake of) and Donnie Yen's own 1995 Fist of Fury television series based on the Bruce Lee film. While Fist of Legend offers a message of tolerance and understanding in terms of Sino-Japanese relations, Legend of the Fist is filled with clumsy ham-fisted Chinese nationalism that is now commonplace in Chinese films.
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It is the crowning achievement for Argentina legend Lionel Messi, who said this would be the last World Cup game of his remarkable career. Messi, who is widely considered to be one of the sport's all-time greatest players, scored two goals in the final and was awarded the Golden Ball. 2b1af7f3a8