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This is the best Chinese animation movie I've seen. I watch what is coming out of the mainland and in animation it has been bad. Same with live action, but sometimes we get movies like Kung Fu Hustle which was amazing. Where are all the great HK movies? Why don't the mainland movie makers watch more international films and understand that good plot is essential to a good movie. But Dragon Nest might be the movie that proves the mainland can make movies now. This movie feels like it came from a game, but Song Yuefeng, the director, took his skills to add feelings and fun to the action. This is a director to watch out of China. I now want to see the sequel.
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