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29 November 2011 (China) See more »
White Vengeance tells the story of two brothers contending for supremacy during the fall of the Qin Dynasty... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Shaofeng Feng ... Xiang Yu

Leon Lai ... Liu Bang

Hanyu Zhang ... Zhang Liang

Anthony Wong Chau-Sang ... Fan Zeng

Yifei Liu ... Yu Ji
Jordan Chan ... Fan Kuai

Andy On ... Han Xin
Qing Xiu ... Xiao He
Haifeng Ding ... Xiang Zhuang
Xiang Dong Xu ... Xiang Bo
Chen Zhi Hui ... Xiahou Ying
Kuan Tai Chen ... Bearded warrior
Huinan Zhao ... King Huai II of Chu
Qing Jia ... Female assassin
Wen-Ting Sun ... One of the Nangong Sisters
Tong-di Meng ... One of the Nangong Sisters
Zi-qi Huang ... One of the Nangong Sisters
Ma Wu ... Grand Tutor
John Do ... Assassin
Zhao Wen Hao ... Student Bofu
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Directed by
Daniel Lee 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Daniel Lee 

Produced by
Susanna Tsang .... producer
Original Music by
Henry Lai 
Cinematography by
Tony Cheung (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Man To Tang 
Production Design by
Daniel Lee 
Art Direction by
Henry Fong 
Costume Design by
Kwan Kit Mok 
Ming-ha Wong 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chi-leung Chan .... executive director
Art Department
Henry Fong .... concept artist
Sound Department
Phyllis Cheng .... sound designer
Siu Yu Lam .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Tae-hun Kim .... visual effects supervisor
Hee Jung Ryu .... visual effects executive producer
Siu-Hung Leung .... action choreographer (as Tony Leung Siu-hung)
Music Department
Mark Lui .... composer: theme music

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135 min
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8 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
awful screenplay, directing and acting, 27 April 2012
Author: rightwingisevil from United States

i partially agree with joe sun's review, but disagree that movies if borrowed from historical incidents had to match the facts correctly. but using historical stuff and making into movies indeed is not an easy task to avoid comparison judgment. this movie, inevitably would be judged critically like other Chinese movies with the similar historical I.O.U. facts. but it's not the problem that i consider this movie is another immediate failure when Chinese movie investors and producers tried to make a movie out of the ancient Chinese history. because the screenplay is simply so bad. it not only twisted the historical incident to serve the storyline conveniently but also failed to give all the characters enough background to develop. the whole plot only started from in the middle of the incident and then tried so hard to mix romance, fatal love, fatal decisions in battles. it neither sowed enough seeds to allow characters to develop into full-grown roles, nor sowed too less to narrow a straight storyline. furthermore, since it's about a war and battles between too civil militia forces, they had to use lot of fighting scenes to accommodate the background, so they had to use lot of meaningless footage to portray such highly CGI effect boring scenes and at the same time wasted a lot of production budget to furnish the scenes. actors cast for this movie are the popular ones but not all on the same level, the actor who played Liu Bang, is a rare species by always acting so rigidly like mummy but could still become a movie icon level figure. the story of the triangle romance also failed miserably, even laughable. fighting scenes are so formulaic, so boring to the extreme. every ingredient in this movie were wrongly and mistakenly used and put in, there's nothing right about this movie. my final verdict about this movie:

screenplay: 0/10 directing: 3/10 acting: 5/10 boring meter: 10/10

even with English or any other language subtitle, without the help of the basic knowledge of Chinese history, this movie would only fall into a big screen war movie produced from china. nothing else. viewers would only get a vague impression as another formulaic Chinese war movie mixed with some Chinese kung fu fighting scenes, lot of armors, swords, spears.... lot of beard and mustaches and, unavoidably with a sprinkle of pointless romance.

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