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83
For the love of all things sensual and mysterious, see this one on a big screen.
80
Village Voice
Wittily, earnestly, gorgeously sets up the paradox he has returned to throughout his career--that of romantic memory as both scourge and succor.
80
"Ashes" is glorious and ultimately wrenching, but it's a tough journey.
80
Washington Post
Deliriously beautiful movie.
75
The A.V. Club
Yet for all Ashes' frustrations, it's still a gorgeous piece of filmmaking.
75
The film has all the visual flourishes we expect of Doyle and Wong, and they're reason enough to see Ashes of Time Redux. Just don't expect to make sense of the plot.
75
Elliptical, sweeping, lovely and thoroughly confusing.
60
Only in its final scenes do the usual WKW themes emerge in full bloom, but purists shouldn't miss it.
50
Martial-arts lovers may find it too arty, and art-film lovers, Wong's international fan base, may find it too generic and too violent.
50
Variety
The temptation of artists to fiddle with their earlier works brings predictably mixed results in Ashes of Time: Redux.

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