I Watched Shang-Chi in 0.25x Speed and Here's What I Found

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  • "Hey everyone, I'm The Canadian Lad" was so fast I thought I'm watching this video at 1.25x speed

    • Hey its you

    • I missed the part where that's my problem

    • that's a cute account name, did your husband type it for you?

    • Gonna cry?

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯

  • I noticed that Shang-Chi and Xu Wenwu have different fighting styles with the rings. Wenwu always retracts the rings immediately if he tosses it while Shang-chi always let it float around. 9:45 is a perfect example of this as Shang-chi has the ring off when hes kicking him while Wenwu has it on when blocking it.

    • @Sagar Kashyap Well considering Wenwu was over 1000 years old, even at a 1% acceleration rate that's 10 years for every year he has them off...so in the 6-7 years he had them off before his wife died he would of aged 60-70 years according to your theory...I think it's more of it just stops the aging process but then it's at a normal rate when not wearing them else he would of died of old age well before or around the time his wife was killed...

    • Wenwu retracts the rings to keep his immortality as he was alive for thousands of years and when he takes it off for a long time it will accelerate his age by how much years he was alive. Note this is just a theory

    • @umaroymakmak yes finally someone who knows what they're talking about, people keep saying that anyone can wear the rings, well yes but actually no anyone can control or use the rings just like Shang chi and his mother, but they can't wear it in their arms if someone still owns the rings

    • This is a common trope used in martial arts films. The open palmed styles like wushu and wing chun based around fighting in a circle are used to counter closed fisted styles typically used to attack with brute force in a straight line.

    • I think the rings has ownership. Shang-chi and his mother can control them (using their "air bender" fighting style) but cannot wear them because Wenwu still own them. Until Wenwu give it to Shang-chi at the end so he become the owner of the rings hence he can now wear them. Sorry for my bad english.

  • Apart from clearing space for him to land, I think Wenwu striking the ground before landing is also a way for him to ease his landing as he is mortal and can bruise or probably die doing a landing from such height. Notice when he went to free the Dweller in Darkness, he still struck the rings before landing, when he could have easily landed without clearing the ground because no one was there.

    • Mortal? Dude, watch it again. And hear carefully

    • Yeah, but he's also falling from like 50 feet and immediately getting up. He's not *that* mortal.

    • The rings gave him immortality

    • But he isn't mortal... he's been alive for centuries

    • @Varun Nayyar It's both, yes mainly to absorb momentum, and also to clear space in that war situation.

  • 5:56 this is representation at its finest. When Wenwu addresses Katie, he calls her “American Girl”. This is slightly more polite than most interactions but to say the least amazingly accurate. In America, she’s just called an Asian girl but in Asia she’s technically called a banana. Their lives are a balance between two worlds. Katie represents the first generation born immigrant who may or may not possess the knowledge of their parents origins. She can only slightly understand and/or speak the language and it’s customs, while Shang who grew up in another place but moved to America at a young age follows and respects the customs. Often times the conversation later in the movie about Shawn “hiding” his real name Shang, with Katie, is also very common and accurate because… it’s just easier.

    • @DonutKing yup

    • im assuming she would be called a banana because she’s yellow on the outside and white on the inside right?

  • Dude ! I watched this movie like 5 times in theaters, and you still managed to find out so much I haven't noticed... Thanks, Lad ! I was looking forward to your breakdown, and you definitely didn't disappoint. As a person from Chinese descent myself but who was born and raised in Europe, this movie hit so many points that resonate with me : - Shang Chi is the young 1st gen Asian migrant who, pretty much like Simu, came to America (Canada for Simu) from China when he was a kid, and had to adapt to a Whole new world (probably why Aladdin's song is his favorite Karaoke song in the movie), - Katy is the already comfortably American 3rd gen who starts the movie by being proudly carefree American in front of her friend and her mother, but later, gets her views on life challenged when she's faced with actual stakes and "authentic" traditional chinese elders wisdom (even though the movie could have delved a bit deeper on that), - Xialin is the one who's always lived under authoritarian and mysoginistic China (metaphored by her father), and couldn't escape to a Western country, so she escaped to neighbouring Macau, which, even if it's still technically part of China, still enjoys more freedom than China (I suspect originally, that part was supposed to be in HK, which would have made much more sense, given the amount of legendary HK actors in the movie, but then... being in 2019, the massive protests and police brutality happened in HK, which didn't make production there possible anymore... thanks, China ! So Macau it is), where she could be the badass she ever wanted to be. You could trade Macau for either HK or Taiwan, and it would have worked the same, but I guess Macau is the most visually impressive, with it's majestic skyline and its gambling environment. Putting her in a city like Shanghai was : 1 probably off-limits for Disney, and 2 thematically not compatible, since it's still very much integral part of China, - Wen Wu is everything that represents one side of modern (and in some ways, traditional China) : Has the ultimate power (the 10 rings in the movie) and is millenia old, can't change and stuck in his old ways (he even says it himself after his wife died), greedy (he conquered everything in the world for a 1000 years), authoritative, does whatever he wants, control freak, patriarchy, doesn't give any space for arguments (and that's not really giving a bad rap to china, it really is how it is in real life, right now). He's very much the Yin (down to how his compound look, that is almost entirely black, with only one bright colored part in all of it : the wooden dragon sculpture, that seemingly comes from Ta Lo), - Ta Lo and its people, especially the mother and the aunt, represents the "real" traditional side of China : spiritualism, altruism, family, martial arts (especially Taiji), nature, keeping in touch with their roots and their mystical side (including the mythical creatures, like the Fu dogs, phoenixs, kirins, Hulijins, and of course, the dragon)... They're basically the Yang side of China (when we first arrive in the village, it is sunny, vibrantly colored, grandiose... with the only dark spot of the village being of course the Sealed Gate). And when Wen Wu's arrives, it corrupts everything and toned the whole village in dark gray. So everything, every character, and even every set has meaning in this movie. The more I watch it (I've watched it 3 times, already), the more I can see it. Intentionally or not, it is a very well crafted universe, if anything a bit rushed because of its feature film format (I actually think it would have benefitted to have the luxury of a Disney+ series treatment, so we could explore and dive more deeply into all its themes and characters).

    • I love your analysis. Thank you for it. This is by far my favorite MCU movie, and Wenwu being my favorite character. SO much depth.

  • After seeing this movie, the 10 rings are easily my favorite MCU weapon because of all the creative ways they can be used :)

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯

    • Now if only Tony was alive his first thought would've been " Can I counter that? Or better yet, reverse engineer them?"

    • @ItsCubeX its a really good way to reboot some comic stories that were at their core unresearched and racist. This is wonderfully done and full of culture!

    • And remember, that's just one or two of the 10 rings abilities.

    • FACCCTSSSSSS

  • Also, you missed one huge detail. Right from the bus fight scene, you can see that Shang was fighting with 'closed fist' fighting style, meaning he was channeling his anger through his fighting style, as he was yet to accept his mother's death and let go of the guilt. But as we go towards the end of the film, we see that his fighting style changes to 'open hand' fighting style, because he has then accepted that his mother is not going to come back (also because his Aunt taught him the Ta Loan style of Kung fu). And in the last fight, we can see that Wenwu's facial expressions showed anger and agony, whereas Shang was looking much more calm. His character arc changed throughout the film. Also, during the fight scene between Wenwu and Shang, we can see that Shang used the gray shockwave technique.

  • Incredible level of analysis as always. Thank you for your consistent quality of this channel. Happy Holidays!

  • I don't know if this has been said in the comments, but, when Shang- Chi uses the rings they rarely ever even touch his body as if he is in a connection or is just sort of teaming up with them, meanwhile when wenwu uses them he will always call them back almost immediately as if he is controlling them instead of teaming up with the rings.

  • My personal favorite aspect of the movie were the dragons. The guardian was a longer and looked like a Chinese dragon-- usually depicted without wings and more snakelike in form. However the opposing "dragon" looked more like a traditional Western dragon with leathery wings!

  • I think the Eternals wasn't a bad film, but it was so hyped. Shang Chi I think it wasn't so hyped but it was so an amazing film, that we expected more from Eternals

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯

    • Shang-chi was bad, wasn't that interesting

    • @Introvert same

    • Eternals was better than shang chi imo

    • @TranceEternality yeah this is valid

  • I love how connected the MCU is. Seeing all these details like captain America getting the Medal of Honor is proof that while we’re watching them do one thing, other stuff is going on around the world at the same time. It’s not just a movie. It’s literally a whole universe that is living while we’re not seeing it

  • Can’t wait for your Hawkeye breakdowns! I’m absolutely loving it so far and it’s refreshing to see someone that makes my favorite movie franchise come to life for me pointing things out and explaining things

  • Excellent work yet again. I love your breakdown's and the way they help me appreciate the movies even more.

  • 11:38 and it also showcases that Shang Chi had in fact killed before and had no problems with doing the deed again. Vengeance really was indeed on his mind. Which definitely makes sense leading up to when he confessed to Katy that he had killed the one responsible for killing his mother.

  • You missed one. The woman fighting the Extremis soldier was a Black Widow. It’s even the same stunt actress and everything, if you watch the movies back to back you can pick her out of the group. She even has the belt buckle like Natasha and everything, she’s still wearing her full Red Room gear. I guess some of the girls just couldn’t move on and fighting is all they know. It’s nice that they’re all amicable and friendly fights though! I didn’t notice them in the locker room fixing each other up, I was too busy trying to see where Wong and Abomination were going.

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯.

    • Thank you. I was hoping at least one person noticed she was a Widow. I noticed at the theater. Lol

    • @Rohith Potana Yeah, I agree! The reason I assumed it was A Bomb is because it’s not like an actor recast or slight alteration like Thanos or Hulk… Abomination has an entire new design, a whole different silhouette, new features and everything! I think it would be easy enough to explain it with a simple line of dialogue, like perhaps his serum wasn’t fully done changing his body and settled on his final form, or perhaps they continued to test on him to balance him out… something like that. I’m pretty excited about She Hulk actually and I hope we finally get a decent Hulk film! I’d love to see more of the Gamma gang and some more Hulk villains aside from Ross…

    • I noticed the Widow also and was very surprised she wasn't part of the list.

    • @danteelite this new abomination looks so much cooler than whatever the previous version was going for. The vfx was a bit janky on him, but it's a huge improvement. I hope they explain abominations design change in she hulk.

  • Did you notice how after Xialing, Shang Chi's sister, cleared the dragon's eye of the small monsters the dragon looked at her? Soon after she's riding the dragon! Not everyone could ride the dragon, I think it's a special honour reserved for those of dragon's blood, making Shang Chi and Xialing equals in that regard. I think she could wield the rings and control them as her mother, father and brother all have. And with her taking over the family business, I think that's a real possibility moving forward.

  • This movie was incredible. Hopefully more of the next phase can keep up with this level.

  • When shang chi was fighting the dweller of darkness, after he launches the ring in the creatures stomach, while in the air, he breifly rotates in the air and following the rotation of his body/arms, the rings too rotate in the creature's stomach. This means that shang chi was literally disembowling the dweller from inside before his final move.

  • One great detail I found was when Shang chi was fighting the bad guys on the bus and he strikes a pose as they were entering the tunnel, the shape of the tunnel and the lights inside the tunnel made it look like he already has his ten rings behind him. Leave a like if you guys noticed that too or found this detail interesting. Thanks.

  • During the fight choreography between Wenwu and Shang-Chi, Wenwu tends to wear the rings whereas Shang-Chi fights with the rings floating around him. Wenwu usually has the rings return to him because his character has a harder time letting things go, and so his fighting style reflects that. Shang-Chi, on the other hand, has the rings float around him for the majority of the fight and they become multiple extensions to his own flow based fighting style. Shang-Chi tends to fight using his environment (established during the movies previous fights), so it makes sense for the rings to float around him so he can adapt and use them in a non-direct fashion.

    • @Paul Eblin it complements both their characters

    • It goes even further for me. Wenwu "commands" the rings. He is strictly using them to meet his ends. Shang Chi however, attempts to "harmonize", and cooperate with them in his fighting style. It indicates each of their own perspective and headspace. Wenwu is willing to use anything and everything to achieve his goals. Shang Chi uses them to accentuate his fighting style. Wenwu is much more visceral with them.

    • Nice man, it also shows that Wenwu is traditional whereas Shang used a lot of creative ways to use the rings. Wenwu used multiple similar moves which he uses throughout the movie

    • I like this analysis a lot

    • Nice

  • This is a nice video, really like how you observe small details that make the movie even better to watch.

  • 11:05 And also, let us remember that this scene also references/reminds us of a line that Michelle Yeoh as Auntie Nan says in the trailer which doesn't actually get used in the movie but we know what she's implying when she tells Shang-Chi to let go of the past and to accept who he is: Her trailer line: (Part of it is used in the movie but not the last part) "You are a product of all who came before you. The legacy of your family... You are your mother... and whether you like it or not... you're also your father." Her movie line: "Your mother knew who she was... do you? You are a product of all who came before you. The legacy of your family, the good and the bad, it is all a part of who you are. Stop hiding nephew. It only prolongs the pain." Definitely fits with the theme that even though Xialing and Shang Chi despised Wenwu, they still understood that he was still their dad. It took both their mom and dad's skills and abilities together that they were taught to defeat the Dweller in Darkness. And as brother and sister, it took both of them to build up to finishing the fight.

  • I like how Shang-Chi's mother relies with the blessing of the dragon to release the energy impact of the ten rings into the nature as if she had a magical vibranium field. Shang-Chi was so lucky that he didn't die when his father punched him twice at his gut because he had that buff from his magical suit that is made out of dragon scales. The dragon powers is a great defense against magical attacks and fatal against magical creatures especially on dark monsters 😁😁😁

  • We already appreciate all the awesome works Marvel has put before us, but after videos like this it just increases significantly. 💪💪

  • I love how at the end of the movie, shangchi is mixing his mother and father's fighting techniques. Compared to when he was using the rings against his father he was fighting like his mother. And he fought the huge soul sucker, he was using it like his father but with grace of his mother. Indeed a product of thos who came before him.

  • Impressive how the SFX crew pays so much attention to details as if this kind of stuff are actually real science.

  • Man, I'm so impressed you caught all of this. So much attention to details here.

  • Can we all just appreciate how this guy always watches like 2 hour movies on 0.25x speed I wonder where he found the time to do that not counting make it the vid.

  • love how you were only able to make a 12 minute video out of a 3 hour movie and a 20 minutes video from a trailer i love your dedication to find details in trailers and props to marvel and sony for attention to detail.

  • A detail I found was that according to Xialing, Wenwu didn't look at her because she reminded him of Ying Li but Ying Nan told Shang Chi that he was more like their mother. This shows that Wenwu looked at the outer apperance because Shang Chi was more like their mother from heart but Xialing was like him as she wanted to rule and her own kingdom. This is also the reason why Wenwu was fooled by the voice of the Dweller because didn't look deep enough.

    • That's why her clothes where silver and not red like the others

    • Yea .I also noticed that .girl was more like her father than him.

    • YO...thats an amazing detail.....hope canadian lad sees this

    • No wonder you're the Dr Strange supreme. 🤝

    • Brother you are actually right

  • That Shang Chi fight scene with his dad was sick!!! So good to see martial arts like that in the MCU

  • Also noticed the difference when Wenwu and Shang-Chi both had the rings... The energy channeled by Shang-Chi through the rings is more calm and flowing whereas with Wenwu, it's distorted and aggressive, like thunder...

  • In a movie about a dragon, magical rings, Wong, some Chinese mythos and lots of cool action... Wen Wu turned out to be my favourite part. His slow descent into madness and delusion, his love for his wife, the ghosts of his past not leaving him alone and his morally grey final arc where he's not an all out villain but someone who lost his whole world. How did the father turn out to be the best part of the movie seriously.

  • "without making it look like it was forced " -adds the scene everyone thinks about immediately. 10/10

  • Actually, for number 8, Katy's grandma is not delusional, it's just her belief 😂 Chinese people do believe that ancestor's spirits might come to the family's house and eat together. My grandma does the same. For more than 20 years now, after my grandpa passed away, she always puts food on our family shrine every morning for him. There's even this tradition of putting food on shrine or altar, then we'll wait for a while and throw something like dice and if the dice come out in a formation that indicates the ancestors are done eating, we may eat. But if it doesn't, we'll have to wait and throw again, and so on until the ancestors "say" they're full lol kind of an old tradition, I don't think people these days do this anymore though

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯.

    • @MOHAMMAD BADRUL AMIN ISMAIL Religion is not a delusion.

    • @Suriati Bt Md Razali i talking about belief or religion is a kinda delusion too.. and this video not really wrong by using that term to refer what Katy's grandma doing..

    • The way he called the grandmother deluded wtf

    • that's pretty delusional. At best, it's a theory.

  • Bless you man. You have allowed me to appreciate the marvel movies on a really higher level for quite a while now. You are the best❤❤

  • After seeing this movie, the 10 rings are easily my favorite MCU weapon because of all the creative ways they can be used :)

  • Shang-Chi's jumping with the rings also reminds me of Karl Mordo's Vaulting Boots of Valtorr in "Doctor Strange." I guess you can say that the rings are relics that hold power like in Doctor Strange. Which is a good tie in with the two movies. I noticed how Shang-Chi and his father are alike in benign ways too: * When Wenwu gave up his old life, he wore a jersey cut shirt. Once his wife died, he put on a sweater to cover it. Shang-Chi wears jersey cut jacket and shirts often in this movie. It shows - at least to me - that he carries the best of his father in him. * Both of them use a friendly shrug: Wenwu after seeing the water map, Shang-Chi in the middle of his sparing lesson with his aunt. * Both of them used a question as an argument response: "So why did your mother give you these?" "So why would you send me that postcard?" (I'm not sure I got the quote exact but you know what part of the movie I'm talking about.) * Shang-Chi used the same movement with his arms as his dad when commanding the "kill" move with the rings: Shang-Chi did it when he gave the final blow to the Mega Soul-Sucker (lol), Wenwu did it when he attempted to attack Ying Li in the forest, and Wenwu did it on his son when they were at the Dark Gate. At this point, I think Shang-Chi just learned it from his dad.

  • You do an amazing job. Please don't ever stop doing it.

  • Honestly, this movie was a lot better then I thought it was going to be.

    • Same here!

    • @U NO WHO j

    • Couldn't agree more, I thought it would be some insignificant detour from the usual MCU movies... Which it kinda was, but in a good way. And I also found Wan Woo, more badass than Shang Chi...

    • Has probably one of the best villains

    • @U NO WHO BATMAM!?!?!

  • I really like the part where wenwu put all the rings in just one hand to increase the power while hes punching the gate

  • Hi @The Canadian Lad I noticed a detail in Shang Chi : The Legend of the Ten Rings which I think might interest you. When Wenwu pushes Shang Chi into the water he drowns but just before the dragon appears some bubbles appear near by him. Those bubbles were ring shaped foreshadowing that he(Shang Chi) will be the bearer of the rings from now on... Please give me your thoughts on this.

  • Towards the end of the film, while doing his Mother's Taichi move and his father rings move as he did earlier, Shang-chi is actually trying to create Friction (a type of force) to drill the ten rings from the inside of the freaking Dweller, he later changes his mind and just bursts the rings out instead of digging a hole on its body. This dude an Asian and he has a friend who has an honor degree. So, there could have been a slim chance he was trying to do so

  • Missed the part where Xialing sits like his dad on the throne and is just as good as his dad (maybe even better) in establishing secret organizations.

  • This series just never gets old

  • Dude this guy spends hours for us.. Hats off

  • At first, I was a bit skeptical when Marvel ditched the Ten Rings as actual rings for fingers idea, because it was a big part of what makes the Mandarin a powerful adversary. Each ring posseses a specific cosmic power, which I won't elaborate further, go google it. But now, seeing it in action, first in the trailers and now in the movie, I'm pretty much convinced the Ten Rings as Kung Fu Iron Rings are a more badass choice for Wenwu, not for its cosmic abilities, but a formidable weapon that becomes more powerful when the user is a skilled fighter. It's not about the rings, it's about the one who's wearing them.

    • They can still explore its cosmic possibilities in the coming films because in the end they bring it to Wong and Bruce to analyze that it's not from earth.

    • They're way more cinematic this way.

  • I may be overthinking this a bit but there was a scene where katy was mocking shang chi for changing his name to shawn which is extremely similar to shang. During the dinner scene his father told katy that names are important maybe thats why shang chi "changed" it to shawn.

  • I do believe the fighter that was fighting the extremist was a Widow.

  • The fact that this movie is Tony Leung’s first ever Hollywood debut blows my mind, great villain and he nailed the role as Wenwu/Mandarin

    • @Varun Nayyar she was already popular in Hollywood

    • Shang aunt was in the Mummy 3

    • He was the biggest actor in Mavel after robert Redford of course. They used lot of stars but this level actors rarely come. Tony Leung should have come earlier but holywood may not show him that respect . De Caprio actualy done remakes of both Redford and Tony Leung films. But I don't think he matched them.

    • First hollywood movie but hes probably top 10 actors in asia

    • Wenwu still alive

  • TCL you missed one awesome continuity detail. In All Hail The King Jackson Norris says that 'the Ten Rings were officially dormant but evidence suggests that they are growing more active'. That's what exactly happened. The ten rings were dorment for a few years when Wenwu settled with his family but again became active after his wife died. Marvel never fails in continuity

  • Let's just say that this became easily our favourite movie.

  • Something that i realized (might be wrong) but when Shang-Chi is killing the monster the soundtrack is mix of both his mother and his father. His aunt says to him before the fight that he's a product of those who came before him. So he takes what he learned from both of his parents and creates something new (in this case, the magic from Ta-Lo and the Ten Rings together).

  • I notice a new details when his father hit him until he fell into the grass by the lake, his father attacked him with a ring but deliberately missed the attack, he did this because he did not want to hurt shangci

  • Wenwu also could've easily defeated the dweller, because the rings gave him immortality. But once he realized that his wife was not really coming back, he had nothing left to live for. He passed the powers to Shang chi, because he realizes he is now strong enough to carry them. (strong by accepting his mother's death)

    • @SonLip absolutely realistic, cringe nonetheless

    • No you'r wrong the reall reason wenwu gave shang chi the ten ring is because he know the dweller target him to suck hes soul and since hes imortal the dweller will suck all the amount of souls he need to be unstoppable so the reall reason he gave shang chi the ten ring is stop the dweller from being unstoppable, and yeah thats why the dweller who coudn't target wenwu, it targeted the dragon so the dweller want to get enought soul to be unstoppable

    • @nattoboya He was a khan, as in kağan, not the Genghis Khan.

    • @Gilvin Zalsos 6:30 "Master Khan" doesn't mean he was Genghis Khan. Khan was not a surname but a title. Khan / Han / Kağan was the leader of his nation.

    • Immortal means unlimited life span. Immortal doesn't mean invulnerability. It is amazing that this wrong comment got so many likes.

  • imagine how patient this guy is

  • It's actually pretty common in a lot of cultures for them to leave food and drinks around for people who have passed. My wife's family is Macedonian (Yugoslavian) and after someone passes they leave their favorite foods and drinks at there graveside all year long. Her grandmother wouldnt even approve of pictures being posted of her on social media after her husband died because she felt it was disrespectful to him

  • Another one, is that when Shang's mother was fighting with Wenwu, when she gets the rings for a moment the rings turn orange, the same way when Shang chi get the rings. With them the rings are orange and with Wenwu are purple ¿why? Maybe for the connection with the Dragon spirit or power. So it make sense that look like a breath of fire in the Clip you show. Shang's mother get the rings orange and turn back to Wenwu but like a punch, but she could use the rings for her self, but she didn't want power. Ah, and the intention in the fight between the parents was a romantic dance, because there is were they fall in love, and martial arts is supposed to be a dance too.

  • This was such a great movie and can’t wait for the sequel

  • Shang, Katy and Wong singing Hotel California has to be one of the funniest things I’ve seen in phase 4

    • That whole thing was lame as shit

    • @RANDAM his name is the "backflip guy"

    • NGL It was funniest 💯

    • For me it was the guy vlogging over the bus fight

    • That was my fave scene lol

  • I just watched Shang-Chi and expected it to be decent but I was wrong and after seeing it I immediately loved Shang-Chi

  • When Wenwu put all ten rings on one arm, then punched the gate, how hard would you say that punch is? Like, using Thanos with the stones as a reference.

  • Man... I am back after a while, I am so glad you have reached 1.4 M subscriber. I knew your channel when you had only few thousand subscribers, I tell my friends of how great your videos are. 😁 I am so happy for you.

  • Katy's mom isn't delusional. It's an (mostly East and SEA) Asian custom to leave a seat at the table or food for a loved one that passed away. In most E. And SEA cultures, it is a form of disrespect when you leave the table without finishing your meal that's why Shang-Chi hurriedly finished his. This shows the part of his Asian upbringing and that he still have those values taught to him. Also shows the contrast between him and Katy who has already been influenced by Western life. About the chopsticks, lol, Katy was just checking out the food piece and most likely wondering what the food was.

  • This guy spends a lot of time tk make this vids he's insane he's a hard worker he deserves much more from us ❤

    • @Liam Duchene lmao no

    • @Liam Duchene tell us the false/bs one, then we'll see

    • naah half these 'details' are just straight up not true or bs, only 5 we're actually somewhat important

    • Yeah you have to really think about the pathology of something like this? He’s a fucking nut bag

    • Yea he got money from the videos

  • This is the best breakdown i watch on CS-tv thanks kevin you are really amazing

  • A small detail, wenwu’s ring was blue in color and when he fights with the Leiko wu in while fighting scene rings becomes yellow and it was the same colour of rings which shang-chi had. This show resemblance of her mother.

  • Also you can see that Shang chi's rings are more calm while his father's ring is more aggressive. So the rings is also showing their personalities. Also shang's mom is the same as Shang chi

  • Here's a detail that was missed. In the flashback scene to Spiderman: Homecoming when Canadian Lad was referring to the the dude blogging on the bus in Shang Chi, at 4:57 time stamp of this video, there is a older, bearded dude with an old school boombox standing next to the guy as he asks Spiderman to do a flip. That bearded guy is Kirk Thatcher who was the punk on the bus in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. You may recall during that scene James Kirk asked him to turn the music down but the punk flips him off and cranks the music. That's when Spock neck pinches him, silencing the boombox. Not only is that the same guy in Spiderman Homecoming, referenced in this Shang Chi breakdown, but he's holding the same boombox from 1986's Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Now that's a cool detail/reference. Source: IMDB for Shang Chi.

  • 10.23 I think Wenwu also realised there was no way his wife could be alive when he was caught by the dweller. He accepted it and had nothing to live for, he was really done living. Such a complex character which i really appreciate.

  • You provide amazing value, love your content!!

  • You always have the best breakdowns

  • The look on the father's face after he sees that she can not use chopsticks had me laughing in the theater 😆

  • The best movie breakdown ever seen!! Like many other CS-tvrs did not even noticed the details in this movie like how u do!! Keep it up and can't wait eo see your hawkeye breakdowns!!!

  • Nice video! While were watching the movie where Shang-Chi get into stance and pulled all rings together to form kind of fireball it reminded me the end fight scene in Kung Fu Panda 2 where Po defended from cannons :)

  • A new detail: The further we go in the movie, the lightning in the rings gets more and more dense

  • tbh the vfx department absolutely killed it with the cinematics they were just so beautyfull

  • You missed one Kiddo: Did you notice that the pendants started to glow gold when Wen Wu put them on the dragon statue? The eyes of yhe Spirit Dragon also glows gold when Shang Chi and Xialing are riding it's head during the fight against the Dweller!

  • Another detail, when Wenwu puched Shang chi with the three rings, you can see how the dragon scales absorbed the impact just like how vibranium does showing how strong it is. Perhaps the future avengers may use this armor with the help of Shang chi.

    • Lol u know there’s a whole mountain of vibranium right? Even if wakanda has used them they still have spares and can prob mix with other materials

    • @Ricecake It’s still a detail most people missed the first time they saw it.

    • “Not as rare as vibranium”??😂

    • Vibranium isn't really that rare tho

    • @LostMySauce I'm guessing they would, considering dragon scales remain dragon scales

  • Thank you the Canadian lad for giving us some knowledge about Shang chi

  • Despite using the rings at 9:12 the blow did not kill shang chi because of the suit he was wearing(given as a gift from his aunt), was made up of dragon skin which was also used to creat their armors🤗

  • The fight of Chi vs his father is the same movements his wife used to disarm him. Chi used his mothers fighting movements to connect with his father and remind him that there is still good and it lives through his son instead. Something like that.

  • Have you notice that in the fight between the villagers and the ten rings wen wu never really wanted to hurt the villagers. Juz to subdue them and stop them from interfering with his plans. Because the ten rings army all uses non lethal weapons against them. Non of the villagers are killed by the ten rings. He even suppress his angry and let his men do the job maybe because if he done it they might not survive lol

  • One detail in slow speed I appreciate is the rapid yet graceful movement of the rings. Every frame is spent ensuring every ring is doing precisely what it needs to be doing. Very cool weapon/ effect combo. Also, now I’m excited for that upgraded flashing dragon punch you pointed out on Shang Chi 2. (Would love a name from the comics if there is one)

    • That was him using his father's style I think

    • Kamehame ha

  • Notice that when shung chi controls the rings he lets them flow freely around him while his dad holds them dearly

  • I noticed most of these details but the ones I did not notice were so good. Love your videos

  • We all can admit Shang chi had some amazing cgi

  • I believe when Shang Chi and his sister gaze upon each other, after the sister realizes that their father died....Xialing looks hurt but sees that her brother is not mourning the loss of their father as she is and Shang rather has a look of relief. Throughout the movie, Xialing wanted her father's approval because she inherited his personality, whereas Shang Chi inherited the mother's personality. That's why in the end of the movie, instead of dismantling the 10 rings, she starts a new version of it, now with female warriors. Xialing is ambitious just like her father, but because of their culture, she was left behind, hidden in the shadows; and wanted to show her father that he was betting on the wrong horse.

  • The fact that the souls of everyone didn't come back after the battle is actually rlly cool, just a sign that marvel's starting to break away from your cliché stereotypical super hero movie

    • Not really. Ending feels like they ditched all the build up between Shang Chi and his dad and their relationship with the dead mom in favor of the interdimentional dragon fight. And after watching his dad get soul sucked, he's hanging out with friends the next week talking about it like it was a kickass dnd session.

    • Yeah there is even a deleted scene where razor fists soul gets sucked. But with it being deleted he is now alive working for Shang chi’s sister.

    • To be fair they started that in phase 2 and phase 3

    • I was expecting the souls to go back but honestly it works better if they didn’t.

  • My compliments to you, I couldn't even manage to watch the first 10 minutes of the film due to how boring I found it, and you watched it in 0.25!

  • great video, but I wouldn't say Waipo is deluded about Waigong. Traditionally and especially during Tomb Sweeping Festival, (which was translated in the movie to Day of the Dead for some reason) Chinese and generally South Asians would set aside food for dead loved ones as if they still live on, as the bulk of old Asian beliefs are centered around ancestor worship. source: im from singapore

  • The movie is just so amazing and it became one of my favorite movies....also congratulations to them for winning The Action Movie of 2021

  • 2:55 The choreographers and the producers also worked on the Matrix films. That's why the camera work and the scene had a couple of epic flying shots during Wenwu and Yiling's duel.

  • Canadian Lad: 20 min Breakdown for 3 min trailer Also Canadian Lad: 12 min breakdown for 2 hour movie

  • You missed one detail that the pendant which shang chi had its string was made up of thread means he didn't even looked at it and the pendant which xialang had its string was made up of steel. I shows over these years shang chi didn't cared that much about her mother xialang cared about her mother and kept her last present neetly

  • Yoo you need so many more subs for what you are doing. Good work man 🤙

  • Small detail: At the scene when shang chi prepares for the final blow if you noticed, shang chi starts with an open palm (his mother's fighting style) then end's the dweller's whole career with a closed palm (his father's way of combat).

  • i watched shang chi twice in the past 2 days im so ready for this episode

  • Katy's grandmother isn't delusion, it's a thing in Asian culture where we give to the dead ancestors food and money and give them a spot at the table, usually mainly during chinese new year for my family, though we usually keep the items and food after so the joke is Katy's Grandmother got items she likes that she'll keep after. The writers of the film definitely know and lived through these experiences to write such accurate and comedic scenes from a younger asian perspective. I understand the misinterpretation as this is very nuanced, I could tell the majority of audiences wouldn't get the full meaning, makes Shang Chi a very realistic and relatable film for some asian audiences.

    • @dlyq10 Agree except that this doesn’t necessarily apply as a guest or many cultures interpret it to mean eating every last morsel. I watched someone hit this head-on when he “politely” cleared his plate and every time the hosts interpreted this as him being not yet satiated and produced more food. I finally leaned over and told him to leave some rice on his plate and dinner finally came to an end!

    • I’ve uploaded a Top 5 Moments in Spider-Man: No Way Home video (with footage) & it would be cool if other Huge Spider-Man & Marvel fans would give their opinion on where they would rank their favourite moments from the movie & let me know if you agree or disagree with mine🤘🏽Thanks for your time if you choose to do so! 👊🏽💯

    • I agree with this. I'm an asian. I grow up in a asian household. I must that older gen i grew up with did this thing and especially in the day of the dead. Sometimes at the table sometimes we put foods on the cemetary. And i heard that the director live in hawaii if not mistaken and he grew up with a lot of asians neighborhood..

    • FINALLY! I'm glad someone mentioned it

    • i was about to say that, ty