Lord Conquer is a great and mighty warlord who wants to take over the world. To do so, he must defeat another warrior named Saintly Edge; but the battle is prophesized to take place in ten ...
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Episodic saga from the first half of the 20th century follows Hero Hua from an ill-omened June day in his youth to a showdown 17 years later with a disaffected member of his martial-arts ... See full summary »
Legendary Chinese anti-hero Zhong Kui, a young man endowed with mysterious powers who is forced into a battle among the realms of Heaven, Earth and Hell in the course of his attempt to save his countrymen and the woman he loves.
Lord Conquer is a great and mighty warlord who wants to take over the world. To do so, he must defeat another warrior named Saintly Edge; but the battle is prophesized to take place in ten years. Lord Conquer's servant, Buddah of Mud, says that he can make himself invincible by then if he can make two certain children into his disciples. Those children are Wind and Cloud. This show tracks down their journeys, their past and what happens when they face the truth about Lord Conquer. Written by
All I can say without giving too much away is that Storm Riders is what The Last Airbender could have been... In fact, much of what the characters do is what is seen in the Airbender cartoon series. One character can even manipulate water and use it like a weapon. The movie starts out like many other kung-fu vengeance/justice flicks, but it takes a crazy turn with two characters engaging in a midair sword fight which ultimately involves the villain firing a hail of energy bolts from his weapon. I liked the movie despite the fact that too many plot threads were left hanging in the end. Still, Storm Riders is goofy fun so long as you don't take it too seriously...
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