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I was one of the few people whom loved the first movies with its action and fantasy driven story. The Warrior of Virtues was a staple of my childhood so, when I heard about a sequel I couldn't wait to return to the nostalgic feel of the past with the sequel. However, I was disappointed beyond measures. Everything that made the first movie great was completely and utterly took out back and shot to death. The costumes, writing, weapons and acting were the worst in a long line of bad movies. Trust me when I say bad movies because I make a habit of watching bad movies. The sequel should have never been made and the score for this movies should be lower than the original and in the bottom 100 on IMDb. I wish to whatever God is out there that I could unwatched this forsaken movie.
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