I do not watch many martial arts movies, to be honest. I used to, a long time ago, but I don't find much in them. Little substance, much special effects.
I prefer to watch the videos of my teachers doing their forms. Si Kung Wu Tai Sin has a video of his broadsword form that is absolutely superb. When I watch that, and many other such videos by other teachers, I see true martial arts at the highest level with the added bonus that I learn different aspects of my art whenever I watch them. Each time I watch Si Kung do his form breakdowns I catch one more thing I never saw before and can correct myself on my form.
Fictional martial arts don't hold any appeal for me anymore.
That's not to say I haven't seen this movie, my brother used to subject me to hours and hours of these kinds of movies when we were younger. So if the movie is more than about fifteen years old I may have seen it.
I wouldn't remember it for any reason among the hundreds I used to watch, they all ran together for me, same plot different martial arts style was how I saw them, but I may have seen it.
Good luck with the fish.
One bit of advice I'll give you for free:
Don't try to do a form in a small rowboat unless you know how to swim.