Chinese filmmaker Stephen Chow pulled triple duty on this 2001 film, which he wrote, directed, and starred in. As the title implies, it's a blend of sports movie and martial arts flick, with heaps of comedy thrown in to make the unlikely mix more palatable. In Shaolin Soccer, Chow plays a monk struggling to spread the word of Shaolin's benefits to modern society. After he meets a former soccer champ "Golden Leg" Fung, who was injured by an evil competitor, the pair sets out to create a soccer team made up of Shaolin monks and win the China Super Cup. Before that happens, though, they'll have to defeat Team Evil, led by the man who ended Fung's career. Shaolin Soccer is a wild, wonderful tale that samples the best aspects of all its genre ingredients.