Andy was a guy in a nameless place, presumable future. He knew anyone who got the ice on a mountain would get the money from the king. He and his friends (his master and a kid) went to the ... See full summary »
Andy was a guy in a nameless place, presumable future. He knew anyone who got the ice on a mountain would get the money from the king. He and his friends (his master and a kid) went to the hotel before the mountain. The hotel was linked with the mountain while they delivered the peolple that showed up there. That's why they never get out of the hotel. The owner of the hotel ( a woman) loved Andy. The king of mountain loves Andy. Andy got the ice. He found a woman in there which happens to be his dream lover since his childhood. She got a breath which can cure any disease. The king wants it and Andy died in a battle. The girl gave him the breath. Later Andy found out and he fought the king. The battle leads to the fate of the couple. Written by
Han Kin Hung <email@example.com>
Unwatchable "sequel" that's a cuss to the original
Okay, so you saw Silver Fox with his shaky sword and enjoyed the surreal, over-the-top fantasy action of Saviour of the Soul so felt your heart skip a beat on discovering a sequel. Worse: you rent/download/buy/borrow/steal/whatever a copy and sit down in a good mood to kick back and watch some sword-play kung fu in which men jump over mountains and trap each other inside of mirrors and whatnot.
Seriously, eject that disc and use it as a frisbee or something - it really is all that thing is good for.
This film should have come with a warning sign: watching this crap seriously damages your mental health - it's that bad. I managed ten minutes on my third attempt but had to turn this pile of festering dog turd off when some middle-aged dude pulled out a giant frying pan and started coshing the Batman and Robin wannabes about with it as if it was perfectly normal breakfast etiquette.
Avoid this like the plague or it'll blight your memory of the bona fide Saviour of the Soul forever.
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