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Wushu Warrior (2010)

PG-13 | | Action | 2 March 2010 (USA)
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China, 1862: Lord Lindsey rules the opium trade and enslaves the innocent. The only hope for the oppressed nation is a covert group of trained Wushu Warriors - The Red Lotus Society - who will fight to restore justice to its people.

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Lord Edward Lindsey
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Jonathan Elders
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Priscilla Lindsey (as Amber Mullin)
Gang Zhao ...
Uncle Pei
Lok-Tung Po ...
Qian Hua (as Pu Pu)
Yuan Fang ...
Tian
Luke Zhi Gang Liu ...
Chen
Peng Zhen Zhong ...
Wang
Eddy Yihua Lin ...
Chow Fung
Xiao Lung Ding ...
Master Li (as Din Xiao Long)
Cui Yue Ming ...
Lai (as Cue Yue Ming)
Matthew Bloomfield ...
Reverend Elders
Hai Bin ...
Ding Lan
Joseph Cannell ...
Young Jonathan (age 10)
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Captain Reynolds (as Karl Dominik Ignaczak)
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China, 1862: Lord Lindsey rules the opium trade and enslaves the innocent. The only hope for the oppressed nation is a covert group of trained Wushu Warriors - The Red Lotus Society - who will fight to restore justice to its people.

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He was the one they feared the most!

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and drug content | See all certifications »
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In a scene that alternates back and forth between the girl locked in a room and the hero working out by himself, in one of his spin kicks towards the end of the routine, you can see that his foot strikes some kind of curtain that contains the background image. See more »

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Entirely boring, cable TV quality martial arts film
25 February 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It seems that the way to go for Alain Desrochers is to direct the most cliché-ridden scripts available to him.

His take on "The Fast and The Furious" was the forgettable "Nitro". Now, he goes "Crouching Tiger/Onk-Bak" with this boring martial arts adventure, even more forgettable.

This tale of revenge, while well shot, will make you lose interest once you see Matt Frewer as the bad guy, delivering the kind of dialogue a 10 year old kid uses when playing with his action figures.

The combat scenes are as best as they can afford, meaning they're pretty lame. Everybody fights kinda slowly, going through the steps of the choreography like grade schoolgirls doing an unrehearsed Swan Lake.

Sure, today's technology allows the post production team to easily erase the wires during the less than spectacular acrobatics, but you can still feel those wires supporting the fighters in many of the confrontations. Embarrassing.

Other digital effects are on par with today's video games. Not tody's movies.

Yeah, I realize I don't spend a lot of time talking about the plot: it's just not worth my time. Nor yours.

You'd be better off seeing a Uwe Boll film if you want to be entertained: at least, he's decent at sucking and his movies are laughable. Alain Desrocher's Wushu Warrior won't event make you laugh at it. It's just a boring, unremarkable waste of your time.


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