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Two armies clash in ancient war-torn China; none survive but a young general from a royal house and a farmer foot soldier who binds the fallen leader to take him home and claim a reward. Many stand in their way: an abandoned songstress, the noble's own murderous younger brother, desperate beggars, rough slavers, and the pair's own differing agendas. Through it all, a bond forms between the two, and what will happen at journey's end becomes anyone's guess. Written by
When he could not take the role of the young general, Jackie Chan originally considered Daniel Wu to play the part of the young general, but Chan disregarded the thought after realizing that he had already filmed two movies earlier with Wu. Chan's wife, Joan Lin, suggested their son Jaycee Chan, but Chan objected to it. Lin later suggested Leehom Wang, whom Chan agreed to immediately. See more »
[to his bound captive]
You know, when I was little, I caught a wild boar. My father set it free. Do you know why? It was pregnant. Are you pregnant?
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Outtakes from the film play during the end credits. See more »
I would recommend this film to any one who is after a comedy for the night, Before i saw this film i was wary of it because of films I've seen with shabby Chinese - English conversion, or just terrible Chinese matrix styled martial art films, and i am glad I've been proved wrong. From the start to the end it is pact with Action and Humor. Jackie Chan is a sleek as ever with his strange ability to use the environment to his advantage in brawls and his strange antiques are as fine tuned as ever, ontop of this, his comedy is a fine as it ever has been, he pulled this off well and truly. I also though how the film ended was brilliant, i don't want to spoil it, so take my word, the ending couldn't be any better. In my opinion i would say this is in the top 10 films I've seen this year.
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