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Jump (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Stephen Fung (Director) | Stephen Chow (Producer) | Kitty Zhang (Actor) | Yuen Cheung Yan (Actor, Action Director)
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Produced by Stephen Chow and helmed by Stephen Fung (House of Fury), zero-to-hero dance comedy Jump is famous for being the movie that got shelved and then reshot after original lead actor Edison Chen's fall from grace. What it should be remembered for though is the luminous performance by leading lady Kitty Zhang (CJ7). In the vein of all great rom-com heroines, Zhang is awkward, funny, and thoroughly lovable as a country mouse who travels to the big city to pursue her dancing dreams. Singapore stud Leon Jay Williams (La Robe De Mariee Des Cieux) brings his idol-drama image to the silver screen as the Prince Charming of the story, while Samuel Pang, Fama, and Daniel Wu pitch in supporting and cameo appearances. From the colorful side characters to the inspirational dancing, Jump often recalls the earnest humor and goofy charm of Stephen Chow's underdog comedies, making the film a fun and crowd-pleasing watch from start to finish.

Happy-go-lucky kung-fu-savvy aspiring dancer Phoenix (Kitty Zhang) lives in the countryside with her father, but she's got her eyes set on farther places. Jumping at the chance to move to shiny Shanghai, she makes ends and dreams meet by working as a janitor at an elite dance studio where she picks up dance moves on the sly. Even with her unfailing spirit, things aren't easy for Phoenix working two jobs and putting up with the mockery from city folks. Enter her knight in shining armor, CEO and studio owner Ron (Leon Jay Williams), who sweeps her off her feet and gives her a spot on the dance team. But is simple-hearted Phoenix ready for the complicated turns of big city love and professional dancing?

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Product Title: Jump (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 跳出去 (DVD) (台灣版) 跳出去 (DVD) (台湾版) 跳出去 (台湾版) Jump (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
Artist Name(s): Kitty Zhang (Actor) | Yuen Cheung Yan (Actor) | Leon Jay Williams (Actor) | Daniel Wu | Samuel Pang (Actor) | Yao Wen Xue (Actor) 張 雨綺 (Actor) | 袁祥仁 (Actor) | 立威廉 (Actor) | 吳彥祖 | 彭敬慈 (Actor) | 姚文雪 (Actor) 张 雨绮 (Actor) | 袁祥仁 (Actor) | 立威廉 (Actor) | 吴彦祖 | 彭敬慈 (Actor) | 姚文雪 (Actor) 張雨綺 (キティ・チャン) (Actor) | 袁祥仁(ユエン・チョンヤン) (Actor) | 立威廉 (レオン・ジェイ・ウィリアムス) (Actor) | 呉彦祖 (ダニエル・ウー)  | 彭敬慈 (サミュエル・パン) (Actor) | Yao Wen Xue (Actor) Kitty Zhang (Actor) | Yuen Cheung Yan (Actor) | Leon Jay Williams (Actor) | Daniel Wu | Samuel Pang (Actor) | Yao Wen Xue (Actor)
Director: Stephen Fung 馮德倫 冯德伦 馮徳倫(スティーブン・フォン) Stephen Fung
Action Director: Yuen Cheung Yan 袁祥仁 袁祥仁 袁祥仁(ユエン・チョンヤン) Yuen Cheung Yan
Producer: Stephen Chow 周 星馳 周 星驰 周星馳(チャウ・シンチー) 주성치
Release Date: 2010-04-09
Language: Mandarin, Thai
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Thai
Place of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1, Widescreen
Closed Captioning: Yes
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 87 (mins)
Publisher: Deltamac (Taiwan) Co. Ltd (TW)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1022360160

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Director: Stephen Fung

JUMP is a film about courage and passion. Full of humor and exciting dance sequences the film features a young village girl from a sheltered background named Phoenix who loves dancing. Brought up by her father, a Kung Fu Master, after the death of her mother, Phoenix has been trained in martial arts but her real dream is to be a dancer. When Phoenix is offered the chance to work in a big city, she jumps at it, and leaves her father and hometown for Shanghai. While working in a garment factory by day, Phoenix still retains her dream of one day dancing on stage. She takes a part time job at night at a local dance school in order to secretly learn the techniques. Seen as an unsophisticated country girl in the big city, Phoenix puts up with a lot of teasing but she perseveres.

When Phoenix meets Ron, a rich and handsome playboy, and the owner of the dance school, Ron recognizes her talent and passion for dance and offers Phoenix a chance to study for free. She is also invited to join the dance competition that the school is participating in. Despite his reputation, Phoenix becomes romantically involved with Ron, but right before the competition; she has second thoughts about him, and makes a decision that may change her future forever. Only her father can make her realize what her next step must be…
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Editor's Pick of "Jump (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

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March 15, 2010

Stephen Chow Lite
Edison Chen stole the thunder by getting cut from the movie, but Jump is really Kitty Zhang's show and she rises to the occasion with an infectious ear-to-ear grin. At the risk of sounding cliche, I have to say that Kitty Zhang positively shines in Jump, and all the more so because the movie itself is not the most promising vehicle.

Jump has its share of shortcomings, the first being the negative-presence leading men. The second is that the story is pretty much as predictable as they come. Kitty Zhang is the homely country girl who's actually gorgeous. She goes to the city to become a dancer, and experiences many hardships along the way. She meets a rich and handsome guy who makes her dreams come true. Things fall apart over a contrived misunderstanding, and then right themselves in time for a rousing dance-off! Yes, I just revealed the whole movie, but I'm sure you could have guessed as much based on the genre. As a zero-to-hero dancing romantic comedy, Jump does what it's expected to do, and then Kitty Zhang goes the extra smiling mile to make it better. Her lively and charming performance, even opposite Leon Jay Williams's paper-thin acting, makes the movie worth watching.

Jump also marks the great teaming of the two Hong Kong actor-turned-directors named Stephen: Stephen Fung as director and Stephen Chow as producer. The latter is obviously far greater than the former, but Stephen Fung has shown himself to be a competent commercial director with his previous efforts. Fung pretty much stays in amusing, sentimental crowd-pleaser territory again with this one, though Jump is a tougher sell overall than Enter the Phoenix and House of Fury.

The Stephen Chow influence is clear in the movie's underdog themes, offbeat humor, throw-in kung-fu, and oddball characters, so much so that Jump often feels like a Stephen Chow Lite production. There's a big gap between a Stephen Chow movie and a Stephen Chow-style movie, but considering Chow himself seems to be moving away from Stephen Chow-style productions, we may have to take what we can get. And if what we can get happens to star the lovely Kitty Zhang, all the better.
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Customer Review of "Jump (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (1)

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September 18, 2010

This customer review refers to Jump (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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So entertaining Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I love this story. There is a moral lesson too.

This is a story of a country girl of dream of going to the city and explore her chance of a good life. And he met a business tycoon who sponsors a dance competition. I love everything in it. Its a light love story.
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