This film is an obvious love letter to all of that, and you should know going into it that it's meant to introduce Western audiences to the characters of Chinese legends. Knowing that this film had a 7-minute brawl between these two icons, I was prepared to pay full admission for that one scene alone, even if the rest of the movie were total crap. High and low ends are reproduced perfectly. About the movie, I don't think its for everyone but its on my top favs. But for what it is, I still think it makes for a great kind of escapism compared to another particular movie.
If downloading is available, you can to two locations. A must see movie in my opinion. The subtlety of the story and a few of the themes managed to get a little more empathy out of me. Rather than a few lessons to learn Kung Fu, it was more like spending a lifetime in a way of learning about life and also of course the actual art of Kung Fu. All in all, a great job by the crew, and kudos to Lionsgate for the excellent transfer.
I personally really like the film alot. One of my favorite movies so I wanted to own a physical copy so I can play it anytime. The second time I saw it, I liked it a little more. If you watch it with the wrong mindset, these characters might seem silly; however, if you watch it the same way you'd watch a film like The Wizard of Oz, the characters are great fun. What a treat to see Jackie Chan and Jet Li, both of them in double roles, work together onscreen, once more demonstrating their skill in their respective versions of martial arts! With the lost relic in hand, the teenager unexpectedly finds himself traveling back to ancient China to join a crew of warriors from martial arts lore on a dangerous quest to free the imprisoned Monkey King. Great purchase, It arrived on time and mint condition. It was intentionally campy and over the top and I loved it.
A discovery made by a kung fu obsessed American teen sends him on an adventure to China, where he joins up with a band of martial arts warriors in order to free the imprisoned Monkey King. The fights in this movie are definitely in Wo-Ping's style; sorry Chan-fans, there's not a lot of comedic prop-fighting, wall climbs, or death- defying stunts here. Normally I'm opposed to any type of wirework in a movie with Jackie Chan. Setelah melewati Transylvania dan melintasi Pegunungan Carpathian, ia menemukan dirinya di sebuah desa kecil yang tersesat di jalan buntu hutan. The sound design on the fights is wonderful, with some meaty punches. In the latter half of the twentieth century, films focused more on kung fu fighting skills, as demonstrated by Bruce Lee, Jet Li, Jackie Chan, and others. With the lost relic in hand, the teenager unexpectedly finds himself traveling back to ancient China to join a crew of warriors from martial arts lore on a dangerous quest to free the imprisoned Monkey King.
I don't want to gush on and on about what is, after all, nothing but a fluffy popcorn movie. Highly recommended for martial arts and fantasy fans. Para penduduk desa, setelah menggali parit yang dalam untuk menangkis diri dari seluruh dunia, berbagi keyakinan naif bahwa mereka bisa menyelamatkan diri dari kejahatan, gagal untuk memahami kejahatan yang telah membuat sarangnya dalam jiwa mereka dan menunggu kesempatan untuk membesut keluar atas dunia. An American teenager who is obsessed with Hong Kong cinema and kung-fu classics makes an extraordinary discovery in a Chinatown pawnshop: the legendary stick weapon of the Chinese sage and warrior, the Monkey King. As usual Jackie was a little goofy, but it wasn't over the top goofy. The story was well done and the choreography was very well done.
Tidak ada tapi kesempatan dan kabut tebal bisa membawa dia ke tempat terkutuk ini. A mystical form of Daoist magic allowed them to fly short distances and perform other skills that go beyond any natural abilities. It was a little like the Karate Kid but so much deeper. Some of the dialogue is laughable. This movie reminded me of the movies that I loved as a kid and still love today.
Not high art, but enjoyable Movie - 4. An absorbing adventure, based on Chinese mythology, that keeps you glued to the scene for its entire length. Pay especially close attention during any of the big battle sequences either one-on-one or group-versus-group. That discovery sends him on an adventure to China, where he joins up with a band of martial arts warriors in order to free the imprisoned Monkey King. If applicable, we will notify you about this before processing your order. You can Watch Now or Download the video to a , except for Pay-Per-View videos.
Relative newcomer at the time of filming, Liu Yifei, as the Golden Sparrow, fulfills all of our expectation in a demanding role covering a range of subtle emotions as well as a smooth agility in martial arts. Having Jet Li and Jackie Chan in the same screen fighting each other and then becoming friends to fight evil is enough for me to give this film a straight 10 out of 10 sure it has a lot of magic and legends alongside fairy tails but it's a very enjoyable adventure and i was surprised by how both actors do multiple things for example we have an old Jackie Chan and a young Jackie chan playing the same character and then Jet Li plays The Monkey King and The Silent Monk also Michael Angarano did a pretty good job as well you won't be disappointed. An American teenager who is obsessed with Hong Kong cinema and kung-fu classics makes an extraordinary discovery in a Chinatown pawnshop: the legendary stick weapon of the Chinese sage and warrior, the Monkey King. Early Chinese martial arts films followed the style of wu xia, in which the leading characters not only were experts at fighting, but also had magical skills. With some of the top of the top in production crew and cast, the film is a wonderful experience in discovery and movie-watching and is presented with excellence in another great effort by Lionsgate. I find this movie delightful.
Outstanding effort by the people at Lionsgate. What matters, though, is that it always picks itself up. But my favorite scene is the fight between Jackie and Jet. There are also many other instances within the movie when a lot of body hits make for a nice bassy oomph as well. For more information, go to the.